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Thanksgiving in Vegas

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Any recommendations for Thanksgiving lunch or dinner in Vegas? No need to stay on the strip - would just like a great meal at hopefully not insane prices.

Thank you!

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  1. We like Mimi's Cafe for Thanksgiving. We have done it several times and it is kind of like homemade. All the buffets do Thanksgiving too. A lot of inexpensive choices.

    1. I've made reservations with Rosemary's for Thanksgiving. They're offering a $55 prix fixe menu (which you can view on their website). I can't speak for their Thanksgiving offer specifically, but I dine at Rosemary's every time I'm in Vegas and I've never had a bad meal there.

      Enjoy your trip!

      1. I, too, will be in Vegas for Thanksgiving, but my wife and I will be dining at Craftsteak due to my irrational loathing of (almost) all foods Thanksgiving.

        1. We too will be in LV on T'giving, a tradition for us and friends. This time we will be seeing Mama Mia that evening (last chance, and got a half-price ticket offer from MGM-M by e-mail which was too good to pass up). Was thinking about Noodles either before or after, but still undecided. My preference is to totally avoid a T'giving-type meal this time, because in the past my impression has been that those T'giving specials don't really show off a restaurant in its best light. I did call Panevino and they said they'll be closed. Most memorable past T-giving special for us was at Alize.

          1. My family will be dining at Steiner's-A Nevada Style Pub. They are offering a traditional Thanksgiving meal for $14.95 per person, $7.95 for a children's portion. They have a location that is on the far end of the Strip. You can view other locations by looking at their web site. We went there last year and everybody loved it.

            Have a great trip!