Thanksgiving in Vegas in 2022

Last Updated on November 10, 2022

Thanksgiving is almost here, and that means it’s time to start making plans for Thanksgiving in Vegas! From the perfect Thanksgiving feast and a great place to watch the Thanksgiving Day games to the holiday events and great deals on Black Friday shopping, Las Vegas is an exciting and fun place to be on Turkey Day!

Thanksgiving Dinner in Vegas

One of the highlights of spending Thanksgiving in Las Vegas is all the open restaurants for a delicious holiday feast. Of course, there are restaurants that offer a traditional turkey dinner, but this is Las Vegas, so you can expect that many are going to go over the top with their Thanksgiving menu.

Not every restaurant is open on Thanksgiving in Las Vegas, but we’ve done some yummy research on the restaurants that are open and the incredible special menus they offer. These are a few favorites but check the chart below for a complete list.

Bazaar Meat by Jose Andreas

For an elegant Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas, Bazaar Meat by celebrity chef Jose Andreas offers an incredible fine dining menu. The main course is a choice between Sous Vide Niman Ranch Turkey with traditional gravy or Josper Roasted Monkfish.

Accompaniments include Croquetas de Pavo, which are these wonderful turkey bechamel fritters, Endive Caesar Salad, green beans in a casserole with wild mushrooms, spiced cranberries, and of course — the stuffing! Dessert is also on the menu, and the atmosphere is perfect for lingering over a sweet treat or after-dinner drink.

Joe’s Seafood

Another favorite restaurant for Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas is Joe’s Seafood, located at the Forum Shops of Caesars Palace. This menu is just what you’re looking for if it’s a traditional Thanksgiving dinner meal you’re after.

The Thanksgiving menu features favorites like sliced turkey with pan gravy, classic stuffing, citrus cranberry relish, and butternut squash topped with toasted marshmallows. Dessert is a chiffon pumpkin pie.

If a turkey dinner isn’t your thing, they will also serve its regular menu on Thanksgiving Day.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

For a more romantic meal on Thanksgiving Day, the Eiffel Tower is a wonderful choice. You can enjoy wonderful views of the Las Vegas Strip and an elegant, three-course Thanksgiving meal created by Chef J Joho.

Start with a creamy butternut squash soup or red wine-poached pears, then move on to the herb-roasted turkey (other options are available), with sides that include potato gratin, Brussel sprouts, chestnut dressing, and cranberry compote. Share a dessert of traditional pumpkin or pecan pie and enjoy the Las Vegas skyline on Thanksgiving Day.







Hard Rock Cafe

11am - 10pm

Adults: $39.58
Kids: $14.01

Slow-roasted turkey breast, roasted fresh vegetables, home-style classic stuffing, creamy sweet potato mash, and cranberry sauce finished with traditional turkey gravy. Price includes gratuity and tax.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

2pm - 9:30pm

Adults: $98
Guaranteed Window Table: $148
Iconic Table 56: $248

A multi-course menu with choices will be offered. Selections will be made when seated.


4pm - 9pm

Adults: $50.00


Lunch: 11am - 4pm
Dinner: 4pm - 10pm

Lunch Adults: $34.99
Lunch Kids: $17.50
Dinner Adults: $62.99
Dinner Kids: $31.50

All the delicious Pampas meats, with a holiday spin! We'll be serving up all you can eat holiday favorites like roasted ham, turkey, and holiday sides for one day only.

Mon Ami Gabi

11am - 10pm

Adults: $59.95

Indulge in Executive Chef Vincent Pouessel’s exquisite Thanksgiving Dinner that includes everyone’s holiday favorites with our quintessential French touch. 

Joe's Seafood

11:30am - 9pm

Adults: $69.95
Kids 5-12: $34.95

Guests can enjoy Sliced Turkey Breast with leg and thigh confit and pan gravy, alongside all the fixings including Classic Stuffing, Jennie’s Mashed Potatoes, Citrus Cranberry Relish, Green Beans, and Butternut Squash with Toasted Marshmallow. And to top it all off – a slice of Pumpkin Chiffon Pie for dessert.

RPM Italian

11am - 8pm

Adults: $98

Three-course dinner with an Italian twist with turkey breast, butternut squash tortellini, and accompaniments including imported burrata, aged parmesan risotto, delicata squash, and preserved fruit stuffing.


1pm - 10:30pm

$295 (Feeds 6-8 People)

Carmine's Family Feast includes One 18 lb. Roasted Turkey with Sausage & Sage Stuffing served with Homemade Cranberry Sauce, Caramelized Brussels Sprouts with Applewood Smoked Bacon, Sauteed String Beans with Julienned Red Peppers & Toasted Hazelnuts, Baby Carrots with Fresh Dill, Sweet Potatoes topped with Marshmallows, Mashed Potatoes with Giblet Gravy

Buffets Open

Buffets are a great place to feast on Thanksgiving in Las Vegas, especially if you’re dining with the family. You get all the traditional fixings plus a few surprises, and nobody has to worry about eating the mystery dish that someone brought to the Thanksgiving table.

Many of the best buffets in Las Vegas are open on Thanksgiving Day and also the entire Thanksgiving weekend, so you can stop and refuel when taking a break from shopping.

At almost every buffet, you’ll find all the traditional holiday favorites like roast turkey with herb gravy or a prime steak carving station. Then all the sides, like mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, brioche stuffing, cranberry sauce, cranberry chutney, and several more types of stuffing, plus fully loaded dessert stations. Save room for a slice of pumpkin tart, maple pumpkin pie, ice cream, and other sweet treats.




Brunch Hours

Brunch Price


Dinner Hours

Dinner Price


8am - 9pm

Adults: $84.99
Kids 6 to 11 - 50% Off

8am - 9pm

Adults: $84.99
Kids 6 to 11 - 50% Off

Caesars Palace



Adults: $62.99
Kids 3 to 9 - 50% Off

1pm - 8pm

Adults: $79.99
Kids 3 to 9 - 50% Off




Circus Circus

MGM Grand

8am - 8pm

8am - 8pm

Buffet at Luxor


8am - 5pm

Adult $34.99
Child $17.99

Excalibur Buffet


8am - 8pm


8am - 8pm


A.Y.C.E Buffet


yes - call for more info

Garden Buffet

South Point

7am - 9pm


7am - 9pm


Fresh Buffet


Main Street Station

8am - 9pm


8am - 9pm


Rampart Casino

10am - 8pm


10am - 8pm


Thanksgiving Takeout

Yardbird at Venetain

Thanksgiving takeout is a great option if you’d prefer to enjoy Thanksgiving festivities at home rather than wait for a table at Las Vegas restaurants. Many restaurants in Las Vegas that are open on Thanksgiving will also offer takeout.

The Yardbird at the Venetian Resort is offering a To-Go option for celebrating Thanksgiving at home. This is a classic meal, with the roast turkey, mashed potato purée, cranberry relish, and just a lot of really good food. They’ll also offer a small a la carte menu.

Order early to make sure you get all of the delicious options.

Stores Open on Thanksgiving

What would Thanksgiving weekend be without some great Black Friday shopping to kick off the holiday season? Many of the major shopping outlets and malls are open on Thanksgiving for holiday shopping. However, Fashion Show Mall and Town Square Mall are expected to be closed.


Thanksgiving Hours

Black Friday Hours

North Premium Outlets


6am - 9pm

South Premium Outlets


6am - 10pm

Forum Shops

10am - 9pm

10am - 10pm

Fashion Show Mall


9am - 9pm

Grand Canal Shoppes

10am - 9pm

10am - 9pm

Shops at Crystals

11am - 9pm

10am - 10pm

Miracle Mile Shops

10am - 9pm

10am - 10pm

Town Square


7am - 10pm

Las Vegas Weather on Thanksgiving

One of the best reasons to spend Thanksgiving in Las Vegas is the weather. By the time November rolls around, the scorching temperatures have subsided, and the weather is just overall very pleasant.

The average high temp in Las Vegas for November tends to hover around 70 degrees, but since Thanksgiving weekend is toward the end of the month, expect the high temperature to be in the low to mid-60s, with lows hovering around the 40s.

You might not need a winter jacket, but a light jacket or warm sweater would be a perfect choice.

Here’s the weather forecast for Thursday, November 24, 2022.

Things To Do in Las Vegas on Thanksgiving

Best Places to Watch the Games

Every sports lover knows Thanksgiving weekend is prime time for sports action. There are some great places in Sin City to watch all the big games, so you don’t have to miss out on a single play.

Admission to Stadium Swim at Circa Las Vegas starts at just $15, but if you want to make an event of it, you can upgrade to a water couch, cabana, poolside box, or day bed. Purchase your tickets here.

If you don’t mind moving off the Las Vegas Strip to watch the games, Palace Station offers Touchdowns & Turkey, which is a load of fun.
Score great deals on pitchers and shots. Plus, if you want something to eat, they’re also offering a Thanksgiving plate that’s filled with food.

Thanksgiving Eve Fremont Street Bar Crawl

Start your Thanksgiving weekend off right with the Fremont Street Bar Crawl. Make your way along some of the most popular bars on Fremont Street, complete with a free cover charge, VIP entry, exclusive drink specials, and an option to ride on the party bus to the Encore Beach Club.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering in Las Vegas is a wonderful, rewarding way to spend your Thanksgiving weekend. It’s also a nice thing for families to do together. There are plenty of opportunities to spread some love on Turkey Day.

The Las Vegas Rescue Mission always puts on a feast and invites the community to dine with them. They’re also hosting a Thanksgiving Meal Drive and are currently accepting donations.

Thanksgiving Heroes provides meals to all families in need on Thanksgiving. They’re currently looking for helpers to donate, volunteer, or sponsor a family in need.

Gobble Gobble Give has been feeding the hungry on Thanksgiving around the country for 25+ years. This year, they’re looking for volunteers in Las Vegas. Help up by showing up to their potluck, family-style dinner, or donate to help the cause.

Whether it’s dining, shopping, volunteering, going to the casino, or seeing a show on the Strip, Las Vegas is one of the best places in the world to spend Thanksgiving.

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