Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Thanksgiving Dinner In Las Vegas 2010

Thanksgiving Las VegasThanksgiving 2010 in Las Vegas will be one of the busiest on record.

Many visitors, especially on the West Coast, are already taking advantage of holiday specials offered by hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Bing Travel predicts travel fares to remain flat compared to 2009, helping people find an incentive to take advantage of the four-day weekend in November. And retailers all over Las Vegas are setting deeply discounted holiday prices.

To help travelers and locals, The Stirling Club Courtier is pleased to present its annual top five Las Vegas Thanksgiving 2010 dinner list. Specific to The Stirling Club, non-members are invited to inquire about membership or request a guest pass for Thanksgiving (as space is available).

Five Top Spots For Thanksgiving In Las Vegas.

The Stirling Club. The Stirling Club will have two intimate Thanksgiving grand buffets by Chef Charlie Palmer at noon and 3 p.m. The menu includes favorites like roast organic turkey breast, sauteed turkey thighs, creamy brown gravy, cranberry lemon compote, and candied sweet potato puree. Seating is extremely limited and reservations are required. $49.95 per adult and $19.95 for children under 12. The price reflects the benefits of membership.

Andre's Las Vegas Andre's Las Vegas, which is located inside the Monte Carlo, will serve a traditional oven roasted free range turkey with herb-nut and dried fruit stuffing; Scottish salmon with shrimp and red curry; and prime angus ribeye with a mushroom fricassee. The dinner also includes a variety of sides, soups, sorbets, and four desserts. Service will begin at 4 p.m. and end at 9 p.m. $75 per person.

BOA Steakhouse. BOA Steakhouse inside the The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace is still working on its Thanksgiving menu, but last year offered guests a traditional Thanksgiving feast with turkey, stuffing, and potatoes. As a steakhouse, it is best known for its 21-day dry aged bone–in ribeye and California cuisine, which is infused into this special dinner. Service is currently expected to include normal business hours. $65 per person.

Aureole. Also by Charlie Palmer, Aureole at Mandalay Bay Resort will feature a four-course meal, beginning with smoked salmon and ahi tuna carpaccio. It will be followed by sauteed sea scallops in a creamy clam chowder, followed by a choice of roasted New Hampshire turkey or herb roasted rack of Cervena venison. Dessert includes an autumn spiced pumpkin pie. Service is held from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. $75 per person.

Pinot Brasserie. Set inside the Venetian, Pinot Brasserie will begin service at 3 p.m. with four courses. Guests may choose from pumpkin soup or onion gratinee, followed by variety of optional second courses. Main courses include roasted turkey breast, pan-seared scallops, Atlantic king salmon, or a grilled petit filet. For dessert, there is a choice of warm apple tatin, croissant pudding, or chocolate souffle. $65 per person, children under 12 are $15.95. A three-course variation is $55.

For more Thanksgiving options or assistance with reservations, members may call The Stirling Club concierge. Members visiting from other cities are encouraged to make their Thanksgiving selection as early as possible. Many venues will have limited hours and/or seating. Some choices above may also have a dress code.

If you would like more ideas, you can find last year's list here. Or, if you want to try something completely different, consider a Las Vegas Thai favorite, which is open 365 days a year.
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Vishal said...

Any suggestions for things to do for kids between the ages of 6-12 for Thanksgiving Weeekend?

The Courtier said...

Yes. While it might be harder to book now (as compared to a few weeks ago), Las Vegas is close to dozens of natural wonders. Check out Tour Guy Field Guide for inspiration.

Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving.

The Courtier Team

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