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It seems as though there has been more Las Vegas show news in the past month than there’s been all year. New shows have been introduced to Las Vegas while some existing shows have been extended. This week we look at a some shows that have been in Las Vegas that will have a new or extended future.
Their residency at The Mirage only started in 2013 but Boyz II Men has quickly become one of the favorite shows on the Vegas Strip. The mix of their classic R & B pop hits, new original songs and covers have turned heads in a short time. Boyz II Men recently announced that they have extended their residency at The Mirage through December 2018. The first batch of new dates for their shows in 2016 were just released. Expect more to follow in the next few months.
February: 26 – 28
April: 1 – 3, 15 – 17, 29 – 30
May: 1, 13 – 15
June: 3 – 5, 10 – 12
We recently looked at news for upcoming headliner shows at Caesars Entertainment hotels in Las Vegas. Since that time, Caesars Entertainment has made news by extending another of their popular Las Vegas headliners, Donny & Marie. Their show at the Flamingo has been extended through 2016. The new performance dates are below:
February: 9 – 13, 16 – 20
March: 22 – 26, 29 – 31
April: 1 – 2, 5 – 9, 19 – 23, 26 – 30
May: 2 – 3, 5 – 7, 10 – 14 **(Donny & Marie will perform Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday instead of their regular Tuesday – Saturday schedule)
June: 14 – 18, 21 – 25, 28 – 30
July: 1 – 2, 19 – 23, 26 – 30
August: 2 – 6, 30 – 31
September: 1 – 3, 6 – 10, 13 – 17, 27 – 30
October: 1, 4 – 8, 11 – 15
November: 1 – 5, 8 – 12, 15 – 19
World-famous dance crew Jabbawockeez has bounced around different MGM Resorts hotels since landing in Las Vegas. They recently returned to their original home on the Las Vegas Strip at the MGM Grand. Not only did Jabbawockeez move but they just debuted a new show called JREAMZ. The new show takes place inside the recently renovated Jabbawockeez Theater at MGM Grand.
Jabbawockeez performs Thursdays through Mondays at 7 p.m., with additional 9:30 p.m. shows on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. A special holiday schedule has been added Friday, Nov. 27, Saturday, Nov. 28 and Friday, Dec. 25 through Saturday, Jan. 2, with performances scheduled at 4 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. The show will be dark Thursday, Dec. 31.
It’s being reported that “Vegas’ Best Party” is coming to an end at The Venetian shortly after the new year. Rock of Ages, the show built around classic rock and glam metal from the 1980’s, has been a crowd favorite since coming to Las Vegas since 2012. Word on the street is that the show will reopen at a new casino after closing. The current location being rumored is the Crown Theater at the Rio. The move to Rio would make sense with the current and future re-shuffling of restaurants. Guy Fieri’s Mexican restaurant El Burro Borracho is the first new restaurant to have been announced while Martorano’s and the Seafood Buffet have been closed.
much has changed that it almost feels like a new hotel and casino under a beautiful hand painted roof. Earlier this year The Venetian completed a year-long renovation of their suites.
This was no small task as there are 3,000 suites at The Venetian.
In that time, and maybe even a little longer, the casino floor was given a facelift with new carpeting, new traffic patterns and a wide variety of games. There was also a change of the guard with many restaurants at The Venetian.
The hotel has always had great dining options but the new options and new menus at old favorites seem to be a hit with many visitors. Restaurants ranging from fine dining to the food court have a new identity. Here’s a look at the current dining options at The Venetian (for the sake of brevity we’ll stick to The Venetian itself, not the Grand Canal Shops or The Palazzo).
Aquaknox – Fresh seafood flown in daily from around the world, including stone crab claws and a superb “raw bar.”
B & B Ristorante – Chef Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich (That’s the B & B) bring their award-winning New York City-based traditional Italian restaurant experience to Las Vegas.
B & B Burger and Beer – The name says it all – burgers and beer from the restaurant team that brings you the Italian restaurant on Restaurant Row.
Bouchon – They play with ideas from chef Hubert Keller’s memories of traveling through France. While its focus on fine French cuisine Bouchon serves some of the best breakfast you’ll find anywhere in Las Vegas.
Café Presse – One of the many coffee options at The Venetian comes in most handy when you’re at the hotel for a convention.
db Brasserie – Chef Daniel Boulud’s new contemporary French restaurant was named “Best New Fine Dining” by Vegas Seven magazine. ‘Nuff said.
Delmonico Steakhouse – World famous chef Emeril Lagasse delivers classic steak alongside dishes from his hometown New Orleans, Louisiana.
Grand Lux Café – The Grand Lux Café, like its sister restaurant, The Cheesecake Factory, fulfills the craving for any hunger. Food varies from the best steak and eggs in Las Vegas to pizza and the always delicious Asian Nachos.
Noodle Asia – The menu at the always crowded restaurant features large portions of noodle dishes, vegetarian specialties, rice and congee dishes and soups.
Public House – This bar and restaurant boasts a nice variety of beer, wine and spirits paired with a delicious menu of all your pub favorites made with gourmet flair.
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar – A restaurant devoted to farm-fresh ingredients featuring classic Southern cooking, culture and hospitality.
If you haven’t been to The Venetian in a few years the dining options at the casino level food court have been totally refreshed. Here’s a look at the quick serve options.
Café Pan – Crepes
Chow Baby! – BBQ
Pizzeria de Enzo – Soups, salads, and Italian cuisine
San Gennaro Burger – Burgers
Tacos N’ Ritas – Fresh Mexican tacos, burritos, and salads
Believe it or not Las Vegas is no longer the mecca for gambling like it used to be. Today there is legal gambling in most states in America. That said, plenty of people still come to Las Vegas and gamble. Fabulous shows and dinners may top the list of priorities today but there’s always time to hit the casino.
We’re always searching for ways to save money in Las Vegas and there are plenty of ways to do that. There are discounts to be found in restaurants and bars, there are websites like Travel Vegas that offer discounted show tickets but one overlooked way to save money, or extend your money and fun, is to play the right games in the casino. Here are a few ways to maximize your money in a Vegas casino.
Blackjack has changed a lot over the years. The traditional payout when you’re dealt blackjack used to be 3:2 everywhere ($3 for every $2 bet). That traditional payout for blackjack is being lowered at many casinos to where you only receive 6:5 ($6 for every $5 bet) when you’re dealt blackjack. This may not seem like a lot of money per wager but it adds up over time. Check the rules of the blackjack table to see what the rules are for the game.
The Wizard of Vegas has a very hand blackjack survey that details which blackjack payouts and rules you’ll find in each casino. The 1.5% difference from 6:5 blackjack to 3:2 blackjack goes a long way over time to keep you a) playing longer or b) hitting a hot streak and having a winning session. More fun and/or winning go a long way to a great time in the casino.
Craps appears to be really complicated but it can be one of the most simple games and one of the best ways to maximize money in the casino. The casino only has a house edge of 1.41% on pass line wagers is among the smallest in the casino. There are other wagers on the craps table with a house edge in the double digits so be careful where you place your money. Keep it simple and make smart wagers. Craps is also a smart way to extend your bankroll because each roll can take a while when you’re at a full table. The game is always fun be it’s also one home to one of the smartest wagers in the casino.
Slot machines are a tricky lot of games. Just because you’re playing a penny slot machine it doesn’t mean that you’re playing a cheap slot machine. Some of the games have minimum wagers that are more than the maximum wager at a quarter slot machine. Similarly some penny slot machines might have a higher maximum wager than some $1 slot machines. You should check the amount of money per spin to make sure you’re risking an amount of money you’re comfortable with.
This is important to note because penny slot machines have the worst return rates of any denomination of slot machine. For example casinos win about 10% of the money played in penny slots but only win 6% of the money played in quarter slot machines and even less when you play $1 and $5 slot machines. If the amount of money spent per spin is the same you’ll be wise to play the higher denomination slot machines. Like playing better rules in blackjack you can playing longer and/or hit a hot streak and having a winning session when playing a slot machine with better returns.
Every year there are questions about why hotel rooms in Las Vegas are so expensive during certain dates that seem randomly expensive. It’s understood that holidays and major events in Las Vegas will make hotel rooms more expensive. Major holidays are on every calendar and major events are easy to find when looking to book hotels rooms but there’s a somewhat hidden (in plain site) factor in higher room prices.
Las Vegas is a top 3 or 4 destination for conventions. Conventions are probably the last thing on anyone’s mind when planning a vacation. Sadly this is often the reason hotel room prices are more money than other times of the year. Conventions sometimes take place during the week causing even more confusion in the price of hotel rooms.
The first major convention of the year is the Consumer Electronics Show (aka CES) which January 6-9, 2016. CES is one of the largest conventions of the year in Las Vegas with well over 100,000 attendees plus expo vendors all in need of hotel rooms. Not only does this make hotel rooms more difficult to find but it raises the price of those hotel rooms.
Higher Hotel Room Prices Explained
We’ve told you before that pricing for Las Vegas hotel rooms is a supply and demand situation. When supply is high the hotel room prices are low and when supply is low the hotel room prices are high. When you have a convention the size of CES you’ll find that hotels all over Las Vegas are more expensive because there are just so many rooms occupied by convention attendees.
Smaller conventions have a similar but micro effect. There can be a convention at a hotel hosting a couple hundred people. Those people need to stay somewhere and they’ll often stay at the host hotel. Since there aren’t as many people attending this smaller convention the host hotel may see a tighter supply of rooms available with higher prices. In fact, the host hotel may have much higher prices than the other hotels in Las Vegas.
The solution avoid these random higher hotel room prices in Las Vegas is simple. You’re probably already avoiding holidays and major events like the Super Bowl if you’re looking to save money on Las Vegas hotel rooms. You might want to start looking to avoid dates when large conventions are in Las Vegas. Here’s one step to saving money on hotel rooms in Las Vegas.
Conventions are big business in Las Vegas. There are conventions taking place throughout the year and they come in all shapes, sizes and locations. There are a handful of Las Vegas convention websites but this chart loads quickly, sorts by month, includes size of the convention and has little clutter.
Look At Other Dates To Save Money
If finding the least expensive hotel rooms in Las Vegas matters most to you then you might want to avoid major holidays like July 4th, major events like the Super Bowl and major conventions like CES. There are plenty of deals to be found in Las Vegas but they’re not usually at times when the city is busy.
The Julius Tower at Caesars Palace Las Vegas will be the new name of the renovated Roman Tower. With its 50th Golden Anniversary nearing, the evolution of Caesars Palace continues with the reimagining of the iconic hotel’s original tower, the Roman Tower. The $75 million hotel tower renovation is part of an ongoing brand transformation of Caesars Palace. The hotel-casino has welcomed millions of visitors from its center Strip vantage point beginning August 5, 1966. Get ready to celebrate in 2016!
Drawing from Roman history, the name of the Julius Tower pays homage to Julius Caesar, the first and perhaps most widely known of all the Caesars. Julius Caesars was a pivotal figure in ancient Rome, credited with laying the foundation for the Roman Empire. Fittingly, the Julius Tower is located at the heart of Caesars Palace, with easy access to the casino floor and all of the resort’s world-class amenities. Unlike the Augustus and Octavius towers the Julius Tower location is best if you really love the being in the middle of everything. Everything from the food court to poker room is right outside of the elevators.
The Julius Tower is expected to welcome its first guests January 1, 2016 with rates starting at $149. The 587-room Julius Tower will feature new design-savvy, modern rooms and suites. Designed by Michael Medeiros of KNA Design, the classically inspired yet modern interiors of the new Julius Tower rooms are made up of a soothing neutral palette with a pop of freesia yellow and a touch of Aegean blue. The all-new rooms in the Julius Tower combine textured and lightly reflective fabrics, creating a calm respite from the excitement of the casino. As you can see from the renderings, the rooms have clean lines and a color palette that’s easy on the eyes.
The focal point of the room will be a custom-upholstered headboard incorporating bronzed framed mirror panels adding sparkle and reflection to the space. Highlights of Julius Tower guest room amenities will include 55” TVs, luxurious Beautyrest Bouvet Island Mattresses, a mini bar and the Gilchrist & Soames in-room toiletries and amenities that you’ve come to expect in a Caesars hotel room.
Some hotel room renovations in Las Vegas skip the bathroom but that won’t be the case with the Julius Tower. The entry and bathroom walls will feature a two-toned stone pattern creating an expanded feel to the bathroom and features a double sink floating vanity. A stone shower with glass enclosure features two sides of glass for an open feeling with both handheld shower and shower head. The custom lighted vanity mirrors are designed and inspired by a modern interpretation of an iconic column of Caesars Palace.
The Julius Tower rooms will also feature custom artwork that combines photographs of Roman statues with artistic hand drawn costumes meant to inspire the notion of a Caesars Palace themed Vegas show girl.
Caesars Palace has don’t an excellent job renovating their hotel rooms and refreshing their dining options over the past few years. With Nobu Hotel, the Laurel Collection and the brand new Julius Tower rooms you’ll certainly find top notch rooms when you stay at Caesars Palace.
There’s a surprise after every step you take on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. When you first visit the Fremont Street Experience you’ll probably walk into every door and take in the atmosphere of everything from the larger hotel-casinos to the mom and pop souvenir stores. After your first visit you’ll probably decide which businesses you liked most and return to those specific locations again in the future.
When you walk into Mermaids and La Bayou it’s easy to be overwhelmed. They’re small casinos which may be loud and don’t have much to offer besides slot machines, drinks and some food. That’s part of their charm which I’ll get to that in a minute. You either love or hate the experience after that first visit and may not visit again on future trips to downtown Las Vegas.
It seems as though people visit Mermaids or La Bayou for at least one of three reasons. 1) Play cheap slot machines 2) Get a lot of booze very quickly 3) Eat Fried Twinkies or Fried Oreo’s. Neither of these casinos have sit down restaurants, nightclubs, shows, spas, table games or any amenities besides these three things. Again, that’s part of their charm.
La Bayou isn’t fancy and many people would consider it to be a dive casino. This is one of the few casinos in Las Vegas that still has slot machines that cash out in coins. If you miss the days where you can play nickel slots with real nickels then La Bayou and their 125 slot machines might be the place for you.
When you enter La Bayou you are greeted with beads and when you’re sitting at a slot machine you’re almost badgered by the quick cocktail waitresses to order another drink, honey. You can visit the Daiquiri bar in the back for a huge vessel of frozen booze or just sit and drink the well swill at the slot machines.
No matter what you’re told, sometimes you can tell what a book is about by just looking at the cover. When you look at Mermaids Tumblr you see pictures of fried food, mermaids and booze. That’s a good synopsis of what you’ll find when you visit the small casino on Fremont Street.
Sure you can play slot machines at Mermaids but this is the only casino on Fremont Street that you’re going to buy deep fried Twinkies and Oreo’s for 99 cents. Just to be clear, people come here for cheap booze, snacks and a little slot machine fun on the side. If you’re a germaphobe playing the slots you might want to have some hand sanitizer as the machines can gets a little grimy from the greasy and boozy fun times.
La Bayou and Mermaids are often overlooked casinos in downtown Las Vegas. They’re certainly not casinos for everyone but they can be a blast if you’re into fried foods, low rolling and/or cheap booze. There’s a charm that you won’t find in most other properties – for better or worse.
If you’re a long time visitor to Las Vegas you may want to take a step back to your first time visiting downtown Las Vegas. If you’re a new visitor into the less fine things in like you should definitely check one or both out. Either way there may be an excuse to discover or rediscover La Bayou and Mermaids.
Anything goes in Las Vegas, right?
I’m not talking about what you do in Las Vegas. That’s your business. I’m talking about special events. You’ll find just about any kind of event in Las Vegas from a classic video game expo to a professional rodeo to major concert events.
Between those you’ll find some of the most random and awesome events taking place.
This isn’t to say that things like a million dollar chess tournament or a rally racing are strange but you won’t find them just anywhere in the USA. However, this is just part of the ordinary Las Vegas experience.
There are so many things happening in Las Vegas every single day that it’s difficult to keep track. Some of the events are regularly scheduled while others are the kind of one off events that you won’t come across every day. The Red Bull Global Rallycross at the Village Lot behind The Linq is one of those extraordinary events you’ll come across on a random day in Las Vegas.
It’s not every day that you see auto racing just off the Vegas Strip. The Red Bull Global Rallycross returns to Las Vegas on November 4. The race will once again take place on the Village Lot at The Linq. This will be the fourth year in a row that the Red Bull Global Rallycross has closed out its season in Las Vegas and second in a row at the Village Lot.
Rallycross isn’t the kind of racing you might be used to if you’re an auto racing traditionalist. Red Bull Global Rallycross pits small production-based cars against each other in door-to-door racing featuring dirt, asphalt, and table-top jumps. The goal is to have the fastest and most exciting racing in motorsports. The cars produce 600 horsepower and can accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in less than two seconds, and can also withstand 70-foot jumps and other vehicle contact.
Check out this video to get an idea of what Red Bull Global Rallycross is all about.
While the racing action takes place in the center of the strip SLS Las Vegas is the official hotel for the 2015 season finale. Festivities will kick off the event with an official Red Bull Global Rallycross driver autograph session at SLS Las Vegas at 8PM on Monday, November 2.
Unique experiences are what Las Vegas is all about. This is definitely unique in my eyes. You can find more information and tickets at RedBullGlobalRallycross.com.
There are always shows coming and going in Las Vegas but that’s not quite the case with the big names at Caesars Entertainment hotels in Las Vegas. If you haven’t been paying close attention to the Caesars Entertainment shows in the past couple of months you might have missed out on a slew of pretty big announcements.
There are show extensions, new residencies and added dates from huge performers at Caesars Palace and Planet Hollywood from Britney to Reba. You can see details on each below.
She is extending her “Piece of Me” residency at Planet Hollywood for another two years. Expect the show to be different from what you’ve already seen. Here is the current schedule for “Piece of Me” at the Axis Theater in 2016:
January: 2, 3
February: 13, 14, 17, 19, 20, 24, 26, 27
April: 6, 8, 9, 13, 15, 16, 20, 22
Celine Dion recently added 23 shows at The Colosseum inside Caesars Palace in the first half of next year. All dates are subject to change so be careful planning a trip to Las Vegas just to see Celine. Here are the newly added dates:
February: 23, 24, 26, 27
March: 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12
May: 17, 18, 20, 21, 24, 27, 28, 31
June: 1, 3, 4
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace welcomes back Elton John and his critically-acclaimed show, “The Million Dollar Piano” in 2016. The centerpiece of “The Million Dollar Piano” is the show’s namesake piano, an engineering marvel featuring more than 68 LED video screens. Here are the new show dates:
January: 19, 20, 22, 23, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31
April: 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26, 27, 29, 30
Jennifer Lopez begins her first Las Vegas residency, “All I Have”, at the Axis Theater inside Planet Hollywood in late January. The show will incorporate funk and hip-hop with a live band and the fierce glamor you should expect from Jenny from the block. Here’s a look at J. Lo’s show dates:
January: 20, 22, 23, 27, 29, 30
February: 3, 5, 6, 9
May: 22, 25, 28, 29
June: 1, 3, 4, 8, 11, 12
Lionel Richie will join Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez with a residency at the Axis Theater inside Planet Hollywood. “Lionel Richie – All the Hits,” begins on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. The show will feature a set list of Lionel’s most popular songs including “All Night Long,” “Hello,” and “Dancing on the Ceiling.” Here are dates that are spread throughout the year.
April: 27, 30
May: 1, 4, 7, 8, 11, 14, 15, 18
September: 21, 24, 25, 28,
October: 1, 2, 5, 8, 9, 12
The combination of Reba, Brooks & Dunn performed numerous shows at The Colosseum inside Caesars Palace and have excited crowds so much that they had to add another show in 2015. Due to high demand, a performance on Monday, Dec. 7 has been added to the upcoming sold-out run. Caesars Entertainment has also announced the batch of shows for 2016. Here are the new show dates for 2016:
May: 3, 6, 7, 10, 13, 14.
Las Vegas probably may not be the first place you think about when you’re planning a Thanksgiving getaway but maybe it should be. Thanksgiving weekend in Las Vegas is the last busy time of the year until the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day. The weekend isn’t just busy, it’s borderline insane.
Thanksgiving is a family oriented holiday and you’ll probably see more adults with their children in Las Vegas than any other time of the year in Las Vegas. This makes sense when you think about it. Thanksgiving is usually spent with a family gathered together eating way too much food. Why not have someone else prepare the feast and enjoy the warm climate and comforts of Las Vegas?
Between locals who don’t want to cook and people on vacation the restaurants are packed all over town. Las Vegas businesses are always looking to capitalize on large crowds and have been offering more special Thanksgiving menus every year. You’ll be able to find a list of many of those dinner menus if you’re planning on visiting Las Vegas for Thanksgiving. We’ll keep updating this post as new Thanksgiving menus are revealed so be sure to bookmark and check back for updates.
Alize (Palms) – 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
$55 per person (excludes drinks, tax and gratuity)
Roasted Chestnut Panna Cotta, Port Wine, Orange Marmalade
Maple Brown Butter, Pumpkin Seeds, Pecans
Chilled Terrine of Foie Gras
Duck Confit, Medjool Date Crepes, Fuji Apple
Green Salad & Cucumber Torchon
Tomatoes, Roquefort Cheese, Herb Dressing
Truffled Potato Purée, Winter Vegetables, Brown Butter Sauce
Braised Leeks, Osetra Caviar, Lemon Buter Sauce
Potato Gnocchi Gratin
Mixed Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Parmesan Coulis
Diestel Ranch Turkey
Sausage, Brioche, Cranberry, Sweet Potato
Marshmallow, Turkey Jus
Mushrooms, Asparagus, Prosciutto, Truffle Veal Jus
Pan Roasted Tempeh
Vegetable Spring Roll, Tofu Espuma, Soy Lacquer
Spice Cake, Pumpkin & White Chocolate Mousse
Cranberry Pecan Tartlet, Candied Ginger Cream
Warm Apple Tart Tatin with Vanilla Anglaise
Andiron Steak & Sea (Downtown Summerlin) – Noon
$55 per person (excludes tax and gratuity); optional beverage pairing $25 per person
Appetizer – Choice of:
Roasted Heirloom Squash Soup, Toasted pumpkin seeds, spiced crème fraiche or
Andiron Caesar, Shaved parmesan, croutons, crispy capers or Old Bay Shrimp Cocktail, Horseradish panna cotta, cocktail sauce
Entrée – Choice of:
Roasted Pumpkin Gnocchi, Sage brown butter, shaved chestnut, pomegranate or Grilled Scottish Salmon, Caper lemon butter or Carved Organic Turkey, Pan gravy or Herb Crusted Prime Rib, Natural jus
Sides served with family style include:
Cranberry Sauce, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Candied Yams, Green Bean “Casserole,” Herbed Brioche Stuffing, Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Bacon
Dessert – Choice of:
Ashley’s Crème Brulée Donuts or Vanilla custard or Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon whipped cream
Andre’s (Monte Carlo)
$90 per person. (Tax, gratutity and beverage not included.)
Chestnut Macaroon with Foie Gras Mousse
Aged Madeira Reduction
Kabocha Squash Soup
Crispy Pancetta, Spiced Pine Nuts, Chive Oil
King Crab Croquettes
Trio of Bell Pepper Sauces
Smoked Duck Breast & Baby Spinach Salad
Frisée, Crispy Shallots, L’Orange Dressing
Andre’s Traditional Turkey
Dried Fruit Stuffing, Butter Braised Leg Confit
Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower Flourets
Giblet Gravy and Cranberry Relish
Pan Seared Loch Duart Salmon
Grilled Tiger Shrimp, Cranberry Beans, Spinach
Saffron and Shrimp Velouté
Roasted Berkshire Pork Chop
Baby Pumpkin En Croute, Fall Vegetable Succotash,
Spiced Pork Jus
Butternut Squash Risotto
Roasted Fall Mushrooms, Salsify Chips
Browned Butter & Sage Sauce
Poached Pear, Phyllo Nest
Saint Andre Cheese
Baked Red Apple and Macadamia Nut Strussel, Port Wine Reduction
Spice Cake with Pumpkin & White Chocolate Mousse
Cranberry & Pecan Tartlet with Candied Ginger Cream
Warm Apple Tatin & Vanilla Anglaise
Anthony’s Steakhouse (M Resort)
$48 per person
1st Course: Beet salad or butternut squash soup
Main Course: Tom Turkey dinner with all the fixings
Dessert: Pumpkin pie
Aquaknox (The Venetian)
$39.99 per person
Roasted stuffed turkey breast, duck confit, corn-bread-stuffing waffle, Brussels sprouts and sweet potato cheesecake
Baja Miguel’s (South Point)
$16.95 per person from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m
Appetizers: Salad Fiesta, chopped romaine with corn, tomatoes, black olives, grated cheese and tortilla strips with salsa ranch dressing; or Chicken Tortilla Soup.
Entrées: Herb Roasted Young Turkey with giblet gravy, apple and chestnut dressing, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, maple glazed yams, green beans and cranberry relish; or Carne Asada Baja Miguel’s, marinated skirt steak broiled, topped with chipotle mushrooms and butter sauce served with chilaquiles and tri-colored beans.
Desserts: Pumpkin Pie.
(complimentary house margarita or glass of wine)
Bazaar Meat (SLS Las Vegas)
$85 prix-fixe menu; $75 for locals
Ferran Adrià Olives, Modern & Traditional (Liquid green olives, gordal olives stuffed with piquillo pepper and anchovy)
Croquetas de Pavo (Turkey-béchamel fritters)
Lucia’s Salad (Endive Caesar salad, parmesan, anchovy, air croutons)
Shrimp & Crab Cocktail
Green Bean Casserole (Wild mushrooms, crispy shallots)
Delmonico Potatoes (Cheddar cheese)
Spiced Cranberries (Confit mandarins, Ceylon cinnamon)
Butifarra & Cornbread Stuffing (Confit piquillo peppers)
Josper Roasted Turbot or Mary’s Farm Turkey Sous vide breast, confit leg, traditional gravy
(entrees serve two)
Pecan Pie (Vanilla ice cream)
Pumpkin Tart (Clementine sorbet)
BLT Steak (Bally’s)
$79 per person
First Course: Choice of celery root soup or gem salad
Second Course: Choice of roasted turkey, served with chestnut-sausage stuffing, cranberry-grenadine sauce and rosemary gravy or dry-aged roasted prime rib with confit garlic jus and caramelized onion bread pudding.
Dessert: Choice of pumpkin tart with maple ice cream, cranberry spiced bread pudding with walnuts and cranberry coulis and velvet chocolate rocky road with hazelnuts.
Buddy V’s Ristorante (The Venetian and The Palazzo) – 1 p.m.
$29 per person and $15.95 for kids under 10 (excludes tax and gratuity)
Appetizer: Roasted Butternut Squash Soup (Spiced apples, pepitas, panna dolce)
Entrée: Slow roasted turkey breast, Italian “dark meat” turkey sausage, pancetta-herb stuffing, roasted vegetables, whipped potatoes, cranberry relish and classic gravy
Dessert: Pumpkin Bundt Cake, Maple cream cheese center & roasted pumpkin pecan compote
Carmines (Forum Shops at Caesars Palace)
$239.95, serves up to eight
Main Course and sides: Eighteen-pound roasted turkey, sausage and sage stuffing, cranberry sauce, Brussels sprouts, string beans, carrots, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes and gravy.
Dessert: Pumpkin, apple or pecan pie
Charlie Palmer (Four Seasons/Mandalay Bay) – 2 – 8 pm
$75 per person, $15 supplemental wine pairing
Jalapeño Bacon, Sweet Corn, Creamy Chipotle
BIBB LETTUCE SALAD
Marinated Tomatoes, Crispy Shallots, Buttermilk Dressing
CHEF STEVE’S “CAESAR SALAD”
Prosciutto Wrapped Romaine Hearts, White Anchovies
HONEY ROASTED BUTTERMUT SQUASH SOUP
Caramelized Banana, Sage
DIVER SEA SCALLOPS
Truffled Celery Root, Foie Gras Ravioli
La Segreta Bianco, Planeta, Sicily, Italy
HERB ROASTED TURKEY BREAST
Slow Braised Leg, Candied Cranberries, Pan Gravy
SURF AND TURF
Roasted Maine Lobster / 8oz. Filet Mignon ($15 supplement)
CHARCOAL GRILLED FILET MIGNON
Garlic Potato Purée, Red Wine Natural
CHARRED BONE IN NY STRIP STEAK
Trumpet Royale Mushroom, Bordelaise Sauce
Crab Risotto, Basil Emulsion
Clayhouse Syrah, Paso Robles, California
Served Family Style
SWEET POTATO POMME PURÉE
CIDER GLAZED BRUSSELS SPROUTS
SPICED PUMPKIN BAKED ALASKA
Graham Cracker Cake, Pumpkin Seed Brittle
Brown Sugar Crust, Whipped Cream
VANILLA BEAN CRÈME BRÛLÉE
Seasonal Fruit Salad
CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER BAR
Flourless Chocolate Cake, Salted Caramel
Cabo (Boulder Station, Santa Fe Station and Sunset Station)
$9.99 per person
- Apple roasted turkey breast with turkey gravy and orange cranberry chutney
- Green bean casserole; sausage, sage and pear stuffing; roasted garlic mashed potatoes; and broccoli au gratin
- Choice of pumpkin pie, apple pie or pecan pie for dessert
Charcoal Room (Palace Station) - Opens at 1 p.m.
Thanksgiving Menu includes: Oven-roasted beet salad ($7); pumpkin bisque drizzled with chestnut oil and a cinnamon nutmeg crème fraiche ($7); oven roasted turkey with sage stuffing, giblet gravy and cranberry sauce ($19); salmon wellington with lobster cream sauce and caviar sevruga ($27); and pumpkin pie or apple pie ($7).
Cleo (SLS Las Vegas)
Dinner: $49 prix-fixe menu, $39 for locals
Appetizers: Marinated Moroccan Olives, Hummus with Tahini, Lebaneh with Feta or Babaganoush (Choice of One Dip per Two Guests, Served with Laffa)
Salad: Fall Fattoush Salad (Sumac Crouton, Cauliflower, Sweet Potato, Parsnip, Carrot, Pomegranate- Molasses Vinaigrette) or Chopped Salad (Cucumbers, Freekeh, Tomato, Lemon)
Main Course: Roasted Spice-Rubbed Turkey (Corona Beans, Tomato, Tzatziki, Brussels Sprouts, Apple Puree, Cranberry Red- Wine Gastrique)
Dessert: Chef’s Assorted Cookies or Sticky Toffee Pudding
Center Cut (Flamingo)
$50 per person
Appetizer: Choice of Caesars Salad, Chopped Salad, Butternut Squash Soup
Entree: Herb Rubbed Organic Free Range Turkey (Cornbread, Medjool Date, Chorizo Stuffing, Charred Brussel Sprouts & Shallots, Sweet Potato Gratin, Fresh Cranberry & Golden Pear Chutney)
Dessert: Pumpkin Cheesecake with Bourbon Creme Anglais
Coronado Café (South Point)
$14.95 per person from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m
Appetizers: Fall Harvest Salad, seasonal greens, cherry tomatoes, sweet corn, toasted croutons and a choice of dressing; or Cream of Butternut Squash Soup.
Entrées: Herb Roasted Young Turkey with giblet gravy, apple and chestnut dressing, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, maple glazed yams, green beans and cranberry relish; or Roast Sirloin of Beef topped with Au Jus and creamed horseradish sauce with baked or Yukon Gold baked for mashed potatoes with green beans.
Desserts: Pumpkin Pie.
(complimentary cocktail or glass of wine)
Craftsteak (MGM Grand)
$85 per person
Main Course and sides: Grilled Vermont quail, sautéed foie gras or salad of Fuyu persimmon; turkey with natural jus, cranberry-orange relish, fennel sausage and sage stuffing and roasted baby root vegetables, sweet potato puree and braised cavolo nero
Dessert: Pumpkin tart
d.Vino (Monte Carlo)
$29 per person
1st Course: Roasted butternut squash soup, cranberry-cardamom cream
Main Course: Carved roasted turkey breast and sliced dark meat with Idaho mashed potatoes, pancetta-herb stuffing, baked green beans and wild mushrooms, natural turkey gravy, orange-cranberry chutney
Dessert: Thanksgiving pie duo, pecan pie and pumpkin pie duo, cinnamon whipped cream, bourbon ice cream
db Brasserie (The Venetian)
$55 per person (optional beverage pairing $39 per person)
Appetizer: Choice of Daniel’s Autumn Salad Duck prosciutto, pomegranate, candied pecans and pear vinaigrette or Butternut Squash Velouté Chesnutt puff, pumpkin oil
Main Course: New Hampshire Organic Turkey Herb basted and slow roasted breast, Cranberry Chestnut Stuffing, Caramelized Yams, Bacon Wrapped Haricot Vert, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Giblet Gravy
Dessert: Choice of Pecan Pie Toffee, butterscotch ice cream, cinnamon Chantilly or DB’S Pumpkin Soufflé Pain d’epice crème Anglaise
Don Vito’s (South Point)
$35 per person from 2 to 9 p.m
Appetizers: Ossobuco Ravioli with chive Beurre Blanc; Asparagus Frittes, breaded and baked with pumpkin cream; Butternut Squash Soup with Panchetta Crouton; or Traditional Caesar Salad.
Entrées: Herb Roasted Young Turkey with giblet gravy, apple and chestnut dressing, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, maple glazed yams, green beans and cranberry relish; Scallops Seared Over Sautéed Spinach with orange saffron sauce; Filet Medallions Diane with herb roasted mushrooms and peppers in a red wine demi sauce; or Chicken Carbonara over spinach tagliatelle.
Desserts: Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream; Apple Cranberry Cobbler; or Strawberry Cannoli.
(complimentary cocktail or glass of wine)
Double Barrel Roadhouse (Monte Carlo)
Pre fixed $39 or order a la carte (prices below)
First course: Roasted Butternut Squash soup (Sour Crème, Smoked Applewood Bacon Bits, Green Onions) or Roasted Beet Salad (Smoked Mascarpone Cheese, Candied Walnuts, Arugula, Balsamic Vinaigrette) – $12
Main course: Smoked Turkey Platter (Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Sautéed Brussels Sprouts, Fried Brisket Stuffing, Jalapeno Cranberry Sauce and Roasted Turkey Jus) – $27
Dessert: Pumpkin Cobbler or Old Fashion Pecan Pie (French Vanilla Ice Cream, Chocolate Syrup) – $7
Eiffel Tower (Paris Las Vegas) - Begins at 2 p.m.
$89 per person (wine pairings $49)
1st Course: Cream of butternut squash, duck confit or autumn greens with roasted red, yellow and striped beets
Main Course: Turkey, chestnut dressing, gratin potatoes, braised red cabbage, Brussels sprouts and cranberry compote
Dessert: Pecan pie or pumpkin souffle
$75 per person
First Course: Choice of creamy mushroom soup or panzanella
Entree: Free-range turkey and sides for the table including sweet potato au gratin, green beans with almonds and focaccia bacon sage
Dessert: Choice of pecan or pumpkin pie
Fulton Street Food Hall (Harrah’s) – 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
$15.99 per person
The traditional meal includes butternut squash soup, sliced oven roasted turkey breast with homemade gravy, sausage and herb stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.
Grand Cafe (Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock Resort) – 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
$16.99 per person
- Apple roasted turkey breast with turkey gravy and orange cranberry chutney
- Green bean casserole; sausage, sage and pear stuffing; roasted garlic mashed potatoes; and broccoli au gratin
- Choice of pumpkin pie, apple pie or pecan pie for dessert
Grand Cafe (Boulder Station, Palace Station, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station and Texas Station)
$9.99 per person
- Slow roasted turkey breast
- Chestnut stuffing, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, sautéed green beans and candied yams with rich turkey gravy
- Choice of pumpkin pie or apple pie
Giada (The Cromwell)
Thanksgiving tasting menu 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Antipasti platter of:
Brussels Sprout Crostini with toasted pine nuts, goat cheese, gorgonzola, dried cranberry & agrodolce gastrique
Duck Prosciutto with duo of mustards and Seasonal fruit
24 month old Parmigiano Reggiano
Wood Roasted Wild Mushrooms
Butternut Squash Purée with crispy prosciutto, amaretti cookie crumble, “Noble 5” sherry vinegar
Turkey Two ways: Turkey Breast Porchetta and Crispy Confit Dark Meat
served with Cacio e Pepe Baked Mashed Potatoes, Pancetta Ciabatta Stuffing, Green Beans Almandine, Sweet Cranberry Mostarda
Walnut Tart with a Duo of Gelato
Gordon Ramsay Pub (Caesars Palace)
Three courses: $55
Starter: Baked U-5 Shrimp (Parmesan Polenta, Heirloom Tomato Essence)
Entrée: Pub Style Malt-Beer Brined Oven Roasted Turkey (Brioche Sage Stuffing, Confit Pumpkin, Cranberry, Green Beans, Giblet Gravy)
Dessert: Sweet Potato Pecan Torte (Rum Raisin Ice Cream, Pistachio Chantilly Cream)
Hank’s Fine Steaks (Green Valley Ranch) - Opens at 1 p.m.
Thanksgiving menu includes: Sweet potato velouté with crispy sage, black truffle and crème fraiche ($14); baby winter greens with pomegranate, pecans, parmesan crisps and a blood orange vinaigrette ($16); free range turkey with sausage truffle brioche stuffing, mascarpone whipped Yukon potatoes, wild mushroom gravy, haricot vert and blistered cranberry ($42); and pumpkin mascarpone cheesecake with cranberry chutney, pecan crust and cinnamon chantilly ($12).
Hash House A Go Go (The Linq Hotel) – 10 a.m – Close
- Butternut Squash soup ($4.99)
- HH Wedge Salad with hardwood smoked bacon and blue cheese ($7.99)
- Roasted Turkey Breast with homemade mashed potatoes, rosemary gravy, old school dressing, carrots, baby green beans, grilled corn on the cob and cranberry sauce ($16.99)
- Big O’ Turkey Pot Pie with a cracker crust filled with roasted turkey, shaved sweet corn, mushrooms, broccoli, carrots, red potatoes and pan gravy ($16.99)
- Homemade Pumpkin Bread Pudding with vanilla ice cream ($6.99)
Heritage Steakhouse (The Mirage)
$75 per person
1st course: curried apple and maple pork belly soup and a frisee salad with truffle vinaigrette and pancetta.
Main course: Roasted organic turkey with sausage and fennel stuffing, potato puree and cauliflower gratin.
Dessert: pumpkin pie with maple pecan streusel and cranberry ice cream.
Lakeside (Wynn) – 4:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
$68 per person
1st Course: Kabocha squash soup
Main Course: Roasted turkey with sourdough-sausage stuffing, haricot vert, cranberry-orange relish, mashed potatoes and giblet sauce
Dessert: Pumpkin tart
Morels French Steakhouse (The Palazzo)
$72 per person
First Course: Romaine heart salad and roasted butternut squash soup with rosemary and parmesan flan, glazed chestnut
Entree: Oven roasted free range turkey with brioche stuffing, glazed autumn root vegetables, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, giblet gravy and housemade cranberry compote
Dessert: Trio of pies: apple, pumpkin and pecan with freshly whipped cream
Le Cafe St. Louis (Paris)
$40 per person
Course 1: Choose between French onion soup or spiced yam soup
Course 2: Waldorf salad or Caesar salad
Main Course: Choose between roast pork loin served with spaghetti squash and cinnamon scented apples or turkey and stuffing accompanied by bacon Brussels sprouts, cranberry jam and globe carrots.
Dessert: Pumpkin cheesecake or traditional apple pie
Northside Café (SLS Las Vegas)
Three courses: $24.95 or order a la carte (prices below)
Salad: Corn Chowder or Mixed Greens Salad (Candied Walnuts, Red Onion, Cherry Tomatoes, Cranberry Vinaigrette) – $5.95
Main course: Roasted Turkey with Wild-Mushroom Stuffing, Sautéed Green Beans, Mashed Potatoes, Giblet Gravy, Cranberry & Cherry Relish – $16.95
Dessert: Pumpkin Pie or Apple Pie $6.95
Oscar’s Beef, Booze and Broads (The Plaza)
$65 per person
First Course: Roasted beet and carrot salad, butternut squash soup
Entree: Roasted turkey with dressing, baby vegetables, mashed potatoes, creamed onions, cranberry sauce and gravy
Dessert: Pumpkin-white chocolate cheesecake or apple cobbler
Pasta Cucina (Sunset Station and Boulder Station)
Opens at 2 p.m. at Sunset Station and 5 p.m. at Boulder Station.
- Choice of house salad or minestrone soup
- Carved turkey breast with house-made dressing, candied yams, turkey gravy and cranberry glaze
- Pumpkin pie or warm apple pie for dessert
PBR Rock Bar (Planet Hollywood)
Dinner special – $19.99
House-smoked turkey breast with mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, stuffing, cranberry relish and a cornbread muffin.
Primarily Prime Rib (South Point)
$29 per person from 2 to 9 p.m
Appetizers: Harvest Salad, romaine and endive lettuce with apple, toasted walnuts and cranberries with a white apple cider vinaigrette; Grilled Crab and Corn Cakes with horseradish cream; or Butternut Squash and Corn Bisque.
Entrées: Herb Roasted Young Turkey with giblet gravy, apple and chestnut dressing, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, maple glazed yams, green beans and cranberry relish; Roast Prime Rib of Beef dry ages and slowly cooked for full flavor; Chicken Gloria wrapped in prosciutto ham and sautéed with apricots flamed with apricot brandy; Oven Roasted Gulf Coast Grouper with pumpkin and sage Beurre Blanc; Maple Glazed Pork Loin, apple and walnut stuffed pork loin with maple demi and white bean casserole; or Dry Aged Sirloin Steak, broiled 10 ounce steak with Cabernet mushroom reduction and served with a choice of Chateau or Yukon Gold creamed potato and green beans.
Desserts: Warm Apple and Pecan Tart with crème anglaise; Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream; or Pumpkin Cheesecake.
(complimentary cocktail or glass of wine)
Silverado Steakhouse (South Point)
$49 per person from 2 to 9 p.m.
Appetizers: Chilled Shrimp Cocktail; or Bacon Rapped Dates with blue cheese and quinoa salad; or Seafood Creole over Buttered Grits.
Soup and Salad: Butternut Squash and Corn Bisque; Fall Harvest Salad, baby kale, arugula, teardrop tomatoes, cranberries and pecans with apple cider vinaigrette; or Silverado Salad Bowl with Champagne Dressing.
Entrées: Herb Roasted Young Turkey with giblet gravy, apple and chestnut dressing, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, maple glazed yams, green beans and cranberry relish; Roast Pheasant with Mushroom and Pancetta Jus with creamed parsnips and braised cabbage; Sable Fish with Potato Crust on sautéed cherry tomatoes and broccoli timbale, orzo and a saffron Beurre Blanc sauce; Medallions of Pork with poached apple, calvados sauce, white and fava beans over a while rice medley; or Twin Medallions of Beef Tenderloin with Béarnaise sauce and merlot reduction over chateau potatoes and asparagus tips.
Desserts: Warm Pecan Tart; Pumpkin Pie; Toasted Almond Pound Cake with pistachio gelato, raspberries and hazelnut cream.
(complimentary cocktail or glass of wine)
Top of the World (Stratosphere) - 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
$79 per person
First Course: Braised beef short ribs or butternut squash ravioli; roasted pumpkin soup or lettuce with spiced apple vinaigrette
Main Course: Roasted turkey with mashed potatoes, haricots verts, cornbread and andouille stuffing and cranberry sauce
Dessert: pumpkin tart
T-Bones Chophouse (Red Rock Resort) – Opens at 1 p.m.
Thanksgiving menu includes: Beets and goat cheese salad with baby mache, slow-roasted assorted beets, aged balsamic and extra virgin olive oil drizzle ($12); creamy butternut squash soup with chestnut oil and a cinnamon nutmeg crème fraiche ($12); traditional roasted turkey with sage stuffing, giblet gravy, house-made cranberry sauce, green beans almandine and whipped potatoes ($52); striped bass with celery root puree, celery leaf salad, chanterelle mushrooms and grilled asparagus ($52); and pumpkin cake with bourbon sauce and homemade salted caramel ice cream ($8).
Ruth’s Chris (Harrah’s)
Thanksgiving Menu is $60 per person available from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Starters: Lobster Bisque or Steak House Salad or Caesar Salad
Entree: Sliced Oven Roasted Turkey Breast With Homemade Gravy, Ruth’s Sausage & Herb Stuffing and Cranberry Relish or 6 ounce Petit Filet and Shrimp
Side: Mashed Potatoes or Sweet Potato Casserole or Sautéed Mushrooms or Creamed Spinach
Dessert: Pumpkin Cheesecake a la mode
South Point Buffet
$16.95 with a Club Card or $19.95 without a Club Card from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The holiday buffet offers an assortment of a la carte options including Spinach Salad, Quinoa and Orange Salad, Cream of Butternut Squash Soup, Traditional Roast Turkey, Roast Prime Rib, Cider Baked Ham, Seared Salmon, Lemon Pepper Roasted Chicken, Golden Fried Shrimp and more. Guests can satisfy the sweet tooth craving with desserts such as Pumpkin Pie, Cheesecake, Fruit Pie, Hot Cranberry Bread Pudding and Hot Apple and Raisin Brown Betty.
(complimentary glass of house wine)
Trevi (Caesars Palace)
$35 per person
First Course: Choice of roasted pumpkin soup or a roasted fall vegetable salad
Second Course: Traditional Thanksgiving plate including a Diestel turkey, mashed potatoes, yams, green beans and gravy giblet
Dessert: Pumpkin and Nutella budino with vanilla gelato
Via Brasil Steakhouse (off strip)
$39.99 – $49.99 per person (children 5-6 are $4.99 and kids 7-12 are $24.99.) open 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for lunch, and 3 to 9 p.m. for dinner.
Rodizio Thanksgiving include all-you-can-eat Thanksgiving feast with all of the traditional fixings. Turkey will be carved tableside (choose from whatever parts you want—white meat, dark meat, etc.)
The restaurant’s gourmet salad bar will be transformed into a buffet for everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving sides. The restaurant’s usual meats, including Picanha (top sirloin), prime rib and BBQ baby back pork ribs, will also be available.
There are two options for lunch—Rodizio Prime (15 different types of meats, four side dishes and gourmet salad bar for $39.99), Rodizio Sterling (21 different types of meat, four side dishes and gourmet salad bar for $49.99). For dinner, guests can enjoy the Rodizio Sterling menu (same pricing as lunch).
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