Some of our local players are staying in Vegas over the holidays. Others are visiting. Wherever you hail from, read on to hear our suggestions for a successful Thanksgiving weekend in Vegas.
You’ve got your plane tickets booked, hotel rooms reserved, and a general plan for Thanksgiving in Vegas. But you might still be wondering: where should you eat? What should you do? We took some tips from the website We Go Places and did the work for you.
Housed upstairs in Stratosphere Casino Hotel lies one of our favorites: Top of the World Restaurant. Top of the World wins critical acclaims each year, spanning from Best of Vegas Fine Dining to Wine Spectator’sAward of Excellence. Top of the World is rolling out a special Thanksgiving menu which includes vegetarian options. Check out Top of the World’sThanksgiving Menu.
Several other restaurants in town received honorable mention for their fine dining and Thanksgiving options.
Hash House A Go Go: While it’s known as more of a breakfast place, Hash House will be serving up a great Thanksgiving meal that tourists and locals alike can enjoy. They have 3 locations in the valley, ensuring that those who want a quiet Thanksgiving away from the Strip can still do so. In the meantime, you can view their dinner menu.
Lucille’s BBQ: Many locals love Lucille’s for its tasty BBQ ribs, but few realize they also offer a barbecue-infused Thanksgiving plate in hickory-smoked, Southern style. Lucille’s also has several locations around town, including The District at Green Valley and at Red Rock Casino in Summerlin. Be sure to check out the mouth-watering dinner menu.
Ron’s Steakhouse: If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving dinner to remember on a budget, we recommend visiting AZ Charlie’s Decatur for a trip to Ron’s. You’ll have the option to receive the Turkey Dinner for $30 or the Prime Rib Dinner for $34. They both sound great to us! View the details here.
Stop by Images Lounge at Stratosphere Thursday night through Sunday night for live entertainment. It’s located right on the casino floor, so grab a drink at C Bar and head on over – or listen while you play a nearby slot machine.
Into classic rhythm & blues? Boyz II Men will perform at the Terry Fator Theatre on the 26th at 7:30pm. If Michael Jackson is more your style, you’ll want to see the award-winnning show MJ Live right here at Stratosphere’s theater.
The LINQ is offering a one-night classic auto show all day on Thanksgiving. Tickets are only around $10. Seeing hundreds of beautifully restored collector automobiles is definitely worth it! Take the whole family to this one. Doors open at 10am.
While these are some great options, there are always hundreds of things to do and thousands of places to eat in town on any budget. Got different plans? Traveling? We want to know! Tell us via social what you’re doing this holiday season.