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Join Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts for Thanksgiving Feasts and Festivities

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    LAS VEGAS (Nov. 13, 2017) – Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts will celebrate Thanksgiving with 20 restaurants offering holiday inspired menus and specials. Restaurants participating in the holiday festivities include:
    Caesars Palace

    Bacchanal Buffet
    Bacchanal Buffet will transform the buffet experience into an enhanced Thanksgiving feast, offering traditional and non-traditional Thanksgiving selections. Beginning Thanksgiving Day with brunch ($59.99/person) from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., guests can enjoy classic Thanksgiving items along with everyday brunch favorites. Mini-pumpkin pies, Grandma’s Meatloaf and turkey pot pie biscuits are a few of the holiday-inspired brunch items. Starting at 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., the dinner feast will be offered ($79.99/person) with entrees including herb-roasted turkey, pumpkin and truffle soup and corn bread stuffing, and other favorites including New Orleans gumbo and Pacific oysters. Bacchanal Buffet will be extending the holiday with festive brunch ($59.99/person) and dinner ($69.99/person) offerings throughout Thanksgiving weekend.

    Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill
    They might not celebrate Thanksgiving across the pond, but Gordon Ramsay’s Pub & Grill is getting into the Thanksgiving spirit with a three-course, prix fixe menu including all of the holiday favorites. Guests will enjoy pumpkin soup, a turkey dinner served with all the fixings including corn bread stuffing, glazed carrots and green bean casserole and pecan pie with bourbon ice cream. Cranberry sauce and giblet gravy will also be included to make the turkey dinner even tastier.

    Mesa Grill
    Known for its innovative and bold Southwestern fare, Mesa Grill is celebrating Thanksgiving with Bobby Flay’s take on turkey and fixings ($39/person)-- horseradish maple glazed turkey with orange sage butter, creamed kale, sweet potato gratin, wild mushroom and chorizo cornbread stuffing, smoked chile gravy and cranberry tangerine relish. Other festive additions to the menu include jumbo lump crabcake ($24) and a double cut pork chop ($42) with pomegranate whole grain mustard glaze, chile bourbon sauce, blue corn tamale and cranberry butter. Mesa Grill offers some of the highest-quality tequila and a well thought out wine list to perfectly pair with the special Thanksgiving menu.

    Old Homestead Steakhouse
    The traditional East Coast steakhouse is offering a three-course, prix fixe menu ($80/person) with an assortment of holiday favorites for guests to enjoy. “Yvette’s Caesar” and French onion soup are the appetizers guests can choose from, leading into the oven roasted turkey served with apple sausage and giblet gravy and ending with dessert options including pumpkin cheesecake or vanilla bean crème brulee served with Grand Marnier macerated berries and topped with whipped cream.

    Being one of the oldest family-owned restaurants in the country, Rao’s has perfected the art of feasting with loved ones. Offering traditional holiday dishes and delicious Italian cuisine, Rao’s three-course, prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner menu ($58/person) has something to offer for the whole family. The first course gives guests a choice of cream of mushroom soup, stuffed artichokes or a frisee salad. The second course offers a variety of dishes to choose from including oven-roasted turkey served with the traditional sides, pumpkin mascarpone ravioli or prime rib served with mashed potatoes, asparagus and au jus. Dessert options include a choice of pumpkin cheesecake or maple crème brulee. An assortment of a la carte sides include sausage and traditional stuffing, cranberry sauce, caramelized onions and kale greens, candied yams, sautéed asparagus and truffle mac and cheese.

    Bally’s Las Vegas

    BLT Steak
    American steakhouse, BLT Steak, is offering a prix fixe, four-course menu ($75/person) in honor of Thanksgiving. Guests can choose one of multiple appetizers, entrées, sides and desserts to make a classic Thanksgiving dinner. Celeriac soup and squash salad are offered in the first course, followed by entrees including dry-aged prime rib, roasted turkey and Scottish salmon. To complement the entrees, guests can choose from sides including chestnut-sausage stuffing, Brussel sprouts gratin and sweet potato puree. Pumpkin tart and cranberry spiced bread pudding are offered for dessert. All items can also be ordered a la carte.
    The Cromwell

    Award-winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis is cooking up a tasty Thanksgiving menu that combines holiday favorites with her signature California-inspired Italian cuisine. Starting with an antipasti platter of mushroom ricotta crostini, Berkshire truffle salumi, 24-month-old Parmigiano-Reggiano and wood-roasted wild mushrooms, guests will get a taste of what GIADA has to offer. For the second course, guests can pick between pumpkin and persimmon soup or stuffing Arancini. The main entrée is turkey two ways served with turkey breast porchetta and crispy confit dark meat with Cacio e Pepe baked mashed potatoes, pancetta ciabatta stuffing, green beans almandine and sweet cranberry mostarda. To finish off, guests can choose between an apple walnut tart or pumpkin cranberry cheesecake with Mascarpone swirl gelato.

    Flamingo Las Vegas

    Paradise Garden Buffet
    The only thing better than an all-you-can-eat buffet, is a buffet with a view of the Flamingo Las Vegas’ Wildlife Habitat and a menu featuring all of the traditional Thanksgiving favorites. Paradise Garden Buffet’s Thanksgiving menu will feature a carving board station serving roasted turkey, salt and herb crusted prime rib and pineapple glazed ham. Specialty dishes include squash ravioli, tomato-basil gemelli pasta, pecan shrimp, Korean ribs, beef and chicken tamales and much more. Apple pie, pumpkin cheesecake pops and chocolate peanut butter tarts are a few of the many desserts that will be offered on the holiday inspired menu.

    Center Cut Steakhouse
    Spicing up its delicious steakhouse entrees with traditional, up-scale Turkey Day dishes, Center Cut Steakhouse is offering a three-course, prix fixe menu ($55/person) to celebrate Thanksgiving. With a choice of rainbow swiss chard and kale composition or sweet corn soup to start, oven-roasted turkey breast served with turkey hash, chestnut and cranberry stuffing, green bean almondine and sage gravy as the entree and Mille Feuille or spiced pumpkin cheesecake for dessert, guests will take in the “Old Vegas” ambiance, while gobbling down the festive feast at this classic Las Vegas restaurant.

    Harrah’s Las Vegas

    Flavors Buffet
    This Thanksgiving, Flavors Buffet is pulling out all the stops for a memorable and delicious holiday. Guests can celebrate with the buffet’s lineup of festive dishes including butternut squash soup, whole tom turkey, honey baked ham, cauliflower au gratin and much more. Don’t skip the dessert selection with pumpkin pie, pecan pie, a large sugar-free selection, cream puffs and more.

    Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill
    Celebrate a country Thanksgiving at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill. The three-course dinner ($29/person) includes butternut squash bisque made with bourbon whipped crème fraiche and Applewood bacon bits and Toby’s spiced-rubbed slow roasted turkey dinner with spice-rubbed, white meat turkey, mashed potatoes, cornbread dressing, braised collard greens, sweet potato tart, cranberry sauce and herb-infused turkey gravy. End the meal with a holiday favorite – pumpkin pie!

    Ruth’s Chris Steak House
    In addition to showcasing one of the best views of the Las Vegas Strip, the iconic steakhouse will serve a multi-course Thanksgiving meal, including a starter, entrée, personal side dish and dessert for $77/person. To start guests can choose between lobster bisque, Caesar salad or steak house salad. For the entrée course, guests can pick either the roasted turkey breast dinner with gravy, stuffing and cranberry sauce or a petite filet with shrimp. Mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, sautéed mushrooms and creamed spinach are the side dish options. For dessert, guests will end the meal with pumpkin cheesecake a la mode.

    The LINQ Hotel & Casino

    Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar
    Don’t waste time making a homemade dinner this Thanksgiving, because Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar is featuring three entrees right out of Fieri’s “Guy Fieri Family Food” cookbook. Smoked turkey and hatch chili stew, a T-Day chicken fried turkey sandwich ($18.50) and Guy’s Turkey Dinner served with chicken fried turkey breast, smashed potatoes, asparagus, corn bread stuffing, cranberry relish and smothered in turkey and beer gravy are the entrees that will make guests feel right at home with Guy this Thanksgiving.
    Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips
    Foodies looking for a quick and casual Thanksgiving should stop by Gordon Ramsay’s authentic British fish and chips restaurant at The LINQ Promenade. Serving Battered Turkey Wings and Turkey Gravy Dirty Chips made with cheddar cheese, green onions and turkey cracklins, guests will experience a Thanksgiving twist on Ramsay’s street-style cuisine.

    Paris Las Vegas

    Gordon Ramsay Steak
    Exquisite seasonal entrees and menus that highlight limited-time flavors are what make internationally-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay’s steakhouse stand out during the holiday season. This Thanksgiving, the award-winning restaurant is featuring a Turkey Breast Wellington served with foie gras, pistachio stuffing, cranberry sauce, yams, crispy Brussel leaves and turkey jus and a spiced pumpkin tart topped with candied hazelnuts and Chantilly cream.

    Café St. Louis
    Sweet, savory and spiced are a few of the adjectives used to describe the decadent Thanksgiving menu at Café St. Louis. The four-course, pre fixe menu ($45/person) is offering all of the holiday classics along with a few Parisian favorites. For the first course, guests can choose between French onion soup or roasted corn and squash soup. Cranberry walnut salad and roasted beet salad are the choices following the soup, and for the third course, guests can choose from ribeye or turkey and stuffing. To make sure guests leave on a sweet note, pumpkin cheesecake and traditional apple pie are available for dessert.

    Burger Brasserie
    Not only is Thanksgiving rich in history and delicious food, but is also a day for football fans to rejoice. Take in the games at the sports-centric restaurant while enjoying holiday dishes such as roasted root vegetable salad ($12), roasted turkey ($1, pumpkin cheesecake ($ and traditional apple pie ($.

    Le Village Buffet
    From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., the French-style buffet will be serving a bottomless feast ($36.99/person) for Thanksgiving. Honey harissa roasted eggplants, roasted duck with red currant glaze, roasted turkey breast, soy glazed salmon, a selection of sweet and savory crepes made to order and Granny Smith apple cheesecake are some of the dishes that guests can look forward to filling up on this Thanksgiving.

    Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

    Spice Market Buffet
    Spice Market Buffet will have hand-carved specialties and a holiday fare station this Thanksgiving from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Known for featuring unique cuisine from around the world, the holiday inspired buffet ($29.99/person) will give diners a chance to experience globally-inspired dishes while still enjoying their favorite traditional holiday entrees including honey glazed ham, herb crusted tri-tip, roasted turkey, five spiced leg of lamb, green bean casserole, Yukon mashed potatoes, cranberry stuffing, meatloaf with caramelized onion and more.

    Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

    Rio Holiday Feast To-Go
    Enjoy Thanksgiving in the comfort of your own home, without the hassle of cooking an entire feast with the help of Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino’s talented chef team. Guests can choose from a variety of feast options that are hot and ready-to-enjoy, including:
    • Roasted Turkey Rio Holiday Box ($110) - roasted turkey breast & dark meat / Rio chef’s sides
    • Prime Rib Rio Holiday Box ($165) - herb marinated prime rib / cabernet au jus / creamed horseradish / Rio chef’s sides
    • Ham Rio Holiday Box ($120) - quarter ham with honey apricot glaze / Rio chef’s sides
    • Ham & Roasted Turkey Rio Holiday Box ($140) - roasted turkey breast & dark meat / Rio chef’s sides
    • Roasted Turkey & Prime Rib Rio Holiday Box ($175)- roasted turkey breast & dark meat / prime rib / Rio chef’s sides
    • Rio Holiday ‘Ultimate Feast’ ($190) - roasted turkey breast & dark meat / quarter ham / prime rib/ Rio chef’s sides

    Rio’s chef sides include: apple sage stuffing, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, yam casserole, roasted beets, whole apple or pumpkin pie and more. The dinner feasts serve four to six people.
    Guests are asked to pre-order their feast before Thanksgiving by ordering in-person at All-American Bar & Grille or call 702-777-7767.