You'll find pumpkin and squash dishes up and down the menus at Wolfgang Puck's collection of Vegas restaurants this Thanksgiving.
Celebrate Thanksgiving the Vegas way, with an extravagant dinner at one of our favorite celebrity chef-driven restaurants. Or, take your turkey and trimmings to-go and treat your guests to a holiday spread they'll never forget.
The traditional Thanksgiving feast gets a fine dining boost with a three-course prix fixe at Comme Ça inside The Cosmopolitan, where guests can tuck into a trio of goose with optional seared foie gras—because nothing says Happy Holidays like foie gras. Served from 5 to 11 p.m., dinner is $55 per person, $85 with wine pairing.
Don't feel like cooking? Let the catering crew of Mandarin Orientaltake care of the whole meal from start to finish. The decadent Thanksgiving menu comes prepared and ready for you to cart home and share with friends and family. A spread for four is $175 and includes a soup course, turkey and trimmings, two vegetables, two potatoes, and your choice of dessert; we suggest the festive Buche de Noel.
Meanwhile, at Mandarin Oriental's Mozen Bistro, brunch and dinner will be served on Thanksgiving day. Enjoy traditional turkey and trimmings, sautéed foie gras with candied tangerine, sushi, snow crab claws, pumpkin crème brulée, and more. The brunch menu is available from noon to 3 p.m. and dinner from 5 to 10 p.m.
Head to theBacchanal Buffet inside Caesars Palace for a proper five-star Vegas buffet experience, including house-smoked turkey legs, whole leg of lamb, roasted butternut squash soup with duck confit, stuffed sweet potatoes with pecan and marshmallow streusel, and plenty more.
The Michelin-starred Andre's Restaurantis also offering a full Thanksgiving spread to-go. Impress your guests with warm kabocha squash soup, turkey and giblet gravy, cranberry relish, whipped potatoes, roasted vegetables, black walnut raisin bread, and pumpkin or pecan pie. The dinner checks in at $200 for four to six people, or $375 for 10 to 12 people.
Love the movie A Christmas Story? Head to Kumi inside Mandalay Bay for a toothsome miso-cured duck dinner ($35 per person) with roasted kabocha squash, cranberries, and stuffing. The dinner is available Wednesday and Thursday.
Have Thanksgiving dinner with a view at miX on the top floor of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay. Enjoy a three-course modern Thanksgiving menu (think potato gnocchi with pumpkin and roasted turkey) for $60 or chef Alain Ducasse's grand tasting menu for $120.
Seeing as Thanksgiving and the start of Hanukkah fall on the same day, Honey Salt is celebrating Thanksgivukkah with a three-course menu that nods the best of both holidays for $39.99 per person, with a wine pairing for an extra $19.99. Begin with potato latkes with poached apple, pine nuts, and cranberries and end with Hanukkah doughnuts.
Each of Wolfgang Puck's Las Vegas restaurants—including Postrio, Spago, and Lupo—will celebrate the holiday with special prix fixe and à la carte menus. Sample dishes include turkey leg confit, butternut squash soup with bourbon, a pumpkin pie bar, and more.