Where to Eat on the Las Vegas Strip for Thanksgiving

Whether you’re a Las Vegas local or just visiting The Strip from out of town this Thanksgiving weekend, there’s nothing quite like a good turkey dinner to make you feel right at home. Some of the best Las Vegas restaurants will be hosting special Thanksgiving dinners with prix fixe menus and family-sized courses all conveniently located on Las Vegas Blvd. Here are some of the most popular locations serving Thanksgiving dinners on the Strip and the easiest ways to access them using the monorail stations.

Mesa Grill @ Caesars Palace

Mesa Grill Caesars Palace Las VegasThis Thanksgiving, Chef Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace is featuring an exclusive menu that highlights his southwestern cooking style and all our favorite traditional Thanksgiving flavors. This special Thanksgiving Day dinner will be served between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. at the restaurant, with the regular dinner menu also available for those looking to try some of Chef Flay’s signature dishes. To get to Caesars Palace, use the Flamingo/Caesars Palace Monorail Station, then cross over Las Vegas Blvd. and you’re there!

Carmine’s @ The Forum Shops

Carmine's Italian Restaurant in Las Vegas

If you’re looking for a traditional turkey dinner for your family, Carmine’s is the place to be. This year they’re offering their full Carmine’s family-style Thanksgiving feast which includes one 18-pound roasted turkey with stuffing and cranberry sauce, brussel sprouts, string beans, sweet potatoes with marshmallow topping, mashed potatoes and gravy, your choice of pie, and more! This dinner is made to serve a group of 6 to 8 people for $259.95 and should be booked ahead of time. Reserve a table in their dining room at The Forum Shops at Caesars, or pick it up to enjoy with your family at home.

Stack @ The Mirage

Stack Restaurant and Bar in Las Vegas

STACK at The Mirage will be serving a 4-course Thanksgiving dinner this year starting at 4:00 p.m. The prix fixe menu includes classic dishes such as butternut squash soup, kale salad, stuffing, green beans, turkey dinner with mashed potatoes, and dessert for $65 per person. If you’re not interested in the pre-fixe menu, regular menu items can also be ordered a la carte. Be advised that reservations are highly recommended. Use the Harrah’s/The Linq Monorail Station to access The Mirage, which is just north of that exit.

The Capital Grille @ Fashion Show Mall

Capital Grille at Fashion Show Mall Las Vegas

Get your Thanksgiving fix at the more casual Capital Grille at the Fashion Show Mall from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 22nd. Their special Thanksgiving dinner features some of your favorites including slow-roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, and green beans. The special menu is available for $42 per person, with a children’s portion offered at $15 each. You can choose to order from the full dinner menu as well. Access the Fashion Show Mall by exiting the Harrah’s/The Linq Monorail Station, then heading north towards Treasure Island.

Fix @ Bellagio

Fix Restaurant and Bar at Bellagio Las Vegas

If you’re looking for something a little outside of the traditional Thanksgiving classics, Fix Restaurant & Bar at Bellagio is offering a prix fixe menu with a bit more variety. You can choose between the roasted turkey breast or go for an 8-ounce salmon filet. Likewise, the first-course selection includes sausage stuffing, bacon green beans, and cranberry sauce with sides of cornbread and sweet potato au gratin. If your group is having a hard time deciding on a traditional Thanksgiving meal or a more adventurous dining experience, Fix is a perfect choice. The prix fixe menu is available starting at 4:00 p.m. at $65 per person. Use the Bally’s/Paris Monorail Station to easily access the Bellagio across the street.

STK @ Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

STK at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

STK at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will be open from 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 22nd, serving up specials that will satisfy all your Thanksgiving cravings. Some of the dishes included on the prix fixe menu are herb-roasted turkey breast, confit turkey legs, stuffing, sweet potato purees, giblet gravy with Yukon potatoes, pumpkin pie, and more! The special Thanksgiving menu is available at $65 per person. The Cosmopolitan is just a short walk away from the Bally’s/Paris Monorail Station exit.

Searsucker @ Caesars Palace

Searsucker at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

It goes without saying that Thanksgiving is a holiday that revolves around food, so why not embrace it fully? Searsucker at Ceasars is doing just that by offering an epic all-you-can-eat feast this year! Starting from 2:00 p.m. to closing on Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd, you can have all the turkey you can handle, along with other traditional favorites like stuffing, candied carrots, stuffed sweet potatoes, and baked pumpkin crumble for dessert. Prices are $59 per person over the age of 13, and $19 for children ages 4 to 12. Children younger than 4 years old eat for free. Be sure to make your dinner reservation early.

Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres @ SLS

Bazaar Meat at SLS Las Vegas

World-renowned chef, Jose Andres, continues to outdo himself with his special mouthwatering Thanksgiving menu at Bazaar Meat at SLS again this year. The carefully curated prix fixe menu includes turkey-bechamel fritters, green bean casserole with wild mushrooms, Delmonico potatoes, and of course, sous-vide turkey breast with traditional gravy. This special menu is available at $95 per person and table reservations are highly recommended. Bazaar Meat is easily accessible using the SLS Monorail Station exit.

Virgil’s BBQ @ LINQ

Virgil's BBQ in Las Vegas

Stop by Virgil’s Real BBQ at the LINQ Promenade for a special Thanksgiving menu at one of America’s top-rated BBQ restaurants. Virgil’s Thanksgiving feast is available for dine-in or take-out at $249.95 with a meal large enough to feed a group of six to eight people. The feast includes an 18-pound smoked turkey, mashed potatoes, marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, pecan stuffing with sausage and cornbread, homemade cranberry sauce, candied Brussels sprouts, Creole green beans, and buttermilk biscuits. Virgil’s is one of the best restaurants to celebrate Thanksgiving on the Las Vegas strip.

Costa Di Mare @ Wynn Las Vegas

Costa Di Mare at Wynn Las Vegas

All of the signature restaurants at the Encore and Wynn resorts will feature special Thanksgiving meals this year, but Costa Di Mare’s Thanksgiving event is arguably the most anticipated. In addition to its full a la carte menu, Costa Di Mare will offer a festive five-course prix fixe holiday tasting menu. The Thanksgiving event will take place on Thanksgiving Day from 5:30 pm to 10 pm.

Costa Di Mare has been awarded Four Stars by the Forbes Travel Guide with a selection of critically acclaimed seafood dishes. Celebrated chef Mark LoRusso has been voted the Best Chef in Las Vegas with menus created nightly that incorporate Mediterranean seafood, Italian cuisine, and housemade pasta. All shellfish and fish are flown in daily from Italy. Be sure to make reservations in advance.

Aureole @ Mandalay Bay

Aureole at Mandalay Las Vegas

Aureole Las Vegas by Chef Charlie Palmer features local, high-quality ingredients with bold American style. Located in Mandalay Bay’s Restaurant Row, Aureole’s menu focuses on three foundations of food: Ranch, Root, and Surf. The menu features eight dishes in every category ranging from light to robust. Aureole is also recognized as one of the leading wine restaurants in the world with an impressive 3,000-selection wine list. The restaurant has received the Wine Spectator Grand Award every year since 2000.

Aureole will offer a prix fixe Thanksgiving menu on November 22 from 3 pm to 8 pm. The four-course meal is $65 per person and features deviled Scotch quail egg for an appetizer followed by curried kabocha squash bisque, roasted turkey breast, and pecan pie with chocolate souffle for dessert.

If you don’t have plans for Thanksgiving, there’s no need to worry. Dozens of top-rated restaurants along the strip will be serving up special prix fixe holiday menus for all of the fun of Thanksgiving without the hassle of hours in the kitchen. Whether you want a traditional Thanksgiving feast or you’re open to something more adventurous, these restaurants are sure to make the holiday unforgettable.