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Time to Talk Turkey and Other Fixin’s

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For those of you who haven’t rushed into making your Thanksgiving dining plans, never fear, there are plenty of choices that abound throughout our fair city. But first, for those in the mix who are determined to debut a fine turkey this holiday, join Alex Stratta of Alex and Stratta today from 6 to 8 p.m. for a session on “The Main Attraction: Your Best Thanksgiving Turkey Ever” at Whole Foods Town Square.

Now for the many restaurants who want to share Thanksgiving with you.

DJT, Trump International Hotel Las Vegas’ signature restaurant, will offer guests a spectacular Thanksgiving brunch of classic dishes along with innovative creations including a display of seafood on ice, a carving station featuring Herb Roasted Tom Turkey and Honey and Molasses Glazed Ham as well as a selection of traditional holiday desserts like pumpkin pie and warm apple cobbler. DJT will offer this exclusive brunch from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Cost is $50 per person, $15 for children age 4-11 (exclusive of tax and gratuity). Phone 702-476-7358 for reservations.

Charlie Palmer Steak at the Four Seasons is offering a supplement to their a la carte menu with a prix fixe, five-course menu this Thanksgiving at $48 per person. The first course includes Delicata Squash Soup or Foie Gras Dumplings. Next is Baby Oak Lettuce / Pear And Goat Cheese Tart with Sherry Shallot Vinaigrette. The main course will include Duo of Sonora California Organic Turkey; Herb Roasted Breast / Mushroom Stuffed Braised Thigh with pan gravy. Sides include Sweet Potato Gratin / House Made Marshmallows and Brussels Sprouts / Pearl Onions. Desserts are Traditional Spiced Pumpkin Pie; Vanilla Bean Ice Cream / Butterscotch Sauce; and Tiny Eggnog with Brandy. For dinner reservations, call 702-632-5120.

Simon at Palms Place is offering a Thanksgiving brunch from noon until 7 p.m. that is $38 per person and includes a complimentary glass of Beaujolais or Chablis. Upon seating, guests will enjoy assorted appetizers consisting of crispy sausage stuffed olives, Dungeness crab deviled eggs, rosemary roasted nuts and date and bleu cheese stuffed mushrooms. The gourmet salad station will include the turkey chop; mixed green salad with goat cheese, cranberries and pine nuts, or an endive salad with candied walnuts and Point Reyes blue cheese. Side dishes are sweet potato casserole covered in marshmallow fluff and brandied cherries, traditional cornbread stuffing, cranberry dressing, green bean casserole topped with crunchy onions and the Simon-favorite mac ‘n cheese. Traditional carvings include roasted turkey breast and turkey leg confit, applewood smoked Berkshire pork loin and roasted prime rib. Desserts include the cranberry brown butter tart, pumpkin pie, caramel apple and pumpkin donuts, chocolate pecan pie and much more. Call 702-944-3292 for more information or to make a reservation.

What about a stay-cation this Thanksgiving? Go lakeside at The Village at Lake Las Vegas resort with a delicious Thanksgiving feast at Casino MonteLago’s Portofino Steak House, then retire to watch the football game or simply enjoy the view in the privacy of their beautiful resort condominiums. This holiday package includes overnight stay Thanksgiving night and two adult Thanksgiving dinners prepared by Portofino Steak House. Packages start at $149. For more information or to make reservations, visit www.montelagovillage.com or call 1-888-600-2688.

Society Café Encore at Wynn Las Vegas invites guests to dine for the holiday in one of the “Best New Restaurants in America” as chosen by Esquire magazine. For Thanksgiving, seating begins at noon with a menu available as a special tasting at $36 per person (plus tax and gratuity) or items can be purchased a la carte. Items include Butternut Squash Soup with Spiced Pumpkin Seeds; Slow Roasted Free Range Turkey Breast with Savory Apple and Sage Stuffing, Yukon Mashed Potato, Fall Vegetables and Fresh Cranberry Sauce; and Individual Pumpkin Pie with Sweet Cream. Reservations are encouraged, and can be made by calling (702) 248-DINE (3463) or (888) 352-DINE (3463).

Strip House at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
offers a special pre-fix holiday dinner in addition to its complete menu this Thanksgiving. Strip House’s Thanksgiving dinner ($52) offers a special bufala mozzarella and grilled tomato salad mixed with marinated arugula, red onion and a balsamic glaze starts things off. For the entrée, Strip House’s take on roasted fresh turkey features fresh roasted chestnut and apple stuffing, butternut squash puree, haricots vert, balsamic-cranberry conserve and confit giblet gravy. Pumpkin pie with Tahitian vanilla ice cream offers the ideal ending to the perfect Thanksgiving feast. Strip House is open 5 – 11 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. For more information or to make a reservation, call 702-737-5200.

Executive Chef Barry S. Dakake celebrates Thanksgiving by inviting fine dining enthusiasts to indulge their taste buds with fall-inspired cuisine, available at N9NE Steakhouse inside Palms Casino Resort from 3 – 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 26. The N9NE Steakhouse Thanksgiving Menu will include Florida Stone Crab with mustard dipping sauce; Butternut Squash Soup with lobster ravioli, spiced crème fraiche; Mary’s Farm Turkey Dinner of white and dark natural farm-raised turkey; traditional stuffing; mashed potatoes; gravy; fresh cranberry. Guests will also enjoy Fresh Dover Sole served with sautéed, potato-celery root puree, grilled baby shrimp, lemon beuree blanc as well as “Bone-in” Prime Rib Caveman cut, natural jus, cracked pepper popover. White Sweet Potatoes & Yams with Vermont maple syrup, marshmallow gratin, and Sausage Cornbread Stuffing with Chestnuts and roasted Cipollini onions. For a special treat, N9NE Steakhouse will offers a Pumpkin Spice Martini, which is a perfect combination of herbal Harlem Liquor and pumpkin spices blended with vanilla and creamy pumpkin puree. N9NE Steakhouse will be open from 3 – 7 p.m. on Thanksgiving. For additional information, call 702-933-9900.

T-Bones Chophouse at Red Rock Resort
is offering several Thanksgiving specials in addition to its mouthwatering regular menu. Specials include seared foie gras with savory pumpkin bread pudding for $19; organic free-range roast turkey with cornbread and sausage dressing, fresh cranberry sauce, mashed sweet potato with vanilla bean and green beans almondine for $42; pan roast sturgeon with Granny Smith apples, salsify and cider butter for $40; and the autumn dessert trilogy, including a bourbon pecan tart, sweet potato pie and apple strudel. The restaurant is open from 1 to 8 p.m. Reservations are strongly recommended by calling 702-797-7576.

Green Valley Ranch’s Terra Verde lets diners put an Italian spin on Thanksgiving with the following specials: steamed asparagus served with cheese fondue and white truffles for $10; butternut squash ravioli with brown butter and sage for $10; roasted turkey served with sausage and pine nut stuffing, mashed potatoes, mascarpone and honey glazed yams and traditional turkey gravy for $25; and butternut and apple strudel for dessert for $8. Thanksgiving dinner can be enjoyed from 2 to 9 p.m. and reservations are recommended by calling 702-617-7075.

Pips Cucina & Wine Bar at Aliante Station has a special pre-fixed Thanksgiving menu includes wild mushroom soup, butternut squash gnocchi casserole, porcini and prosciutto-stuffed turkey breast, crispy rosemary polenta, sautéed green beans, cranberry sauce, Italian gravy and a fig and walnut tart. The full feast is available for $24.99 per person and 50% off for children 10 and under. Thanksgiving dinner is served from 4 to 8 p.m. and reservations are recommended by calling 702-692-7477.

And for those looking for a hostess gift this Thursday — Bouchon Bakery in The Venetian has just unveiled an array of sweet treats just in time for Thanksgiving. Now available are:
• Pumpkin Pie – house made pumpkin custard topped with mascarpone cream and pumpkin streusel; $30 (6-8 servings)
• Apple Pie – a homemade classic treat, made with fresh apples and topped with almond streusel; $30 (6-8 servings)
• Bourbon Pecan Torte topped with decadent chocolate ganache; $30 (6-8 servings)
• Cranberry Currant Rolls – Bouchon Bakery’s house made bread fused with fresh cranberries and currants; available by the dozen

Wishing you a truly tasty Thanksgiving!

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