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Where to eat on Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by surf87, Nov 10, 2016.

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  1. surf87

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  2. MikeOPensacola

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    Great post Surf, thx. I've got reservations at Mon Ami Gabi and the menu looks tasty. :peace: :beer:
     
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    Its going to be the Aria Buffet as they serve Not only the turkey and stuff but Leg of Lamb and other foods the wife is interested in.
    I hate Buffets but the wife and kids like it.
    that sunday will be a treat
    Have reservations for Old Homestead Steakhouse
    I have a 500 food and beverage credit from Caesars
    I could use it at old faithful AKA Gordon Ramsay Steakhouse or try something we havent before.
     
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    Welcome, I'm happy to oblige. Glad you like it!
     
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    For those considering a buffet - when we were there on T-day - the lines were massive.
     
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    Massive is not exaggerating and might even be too mild a word for it. It's crazy.
     
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    Thanksgiving, Mothers Day and Easter all have huge, huge lines outside the buffets. I can't stress enough, go sit-down and have a reservation
     
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    Thanksgiving is a "feast" holiday , so people consume more food and drink than other time. That makes buffet the top choice. And typically the thanksgiving buffets in Vegas have many special items. Furthermore, local folks always have food credits or discount,. So it is not a big exaggeration to say the entire city goes to buffets on that day.
     
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    We don't do buffets on Thanksgiving, but it is hard to believe they didn't include the Main Street Buffet in that list. That line is usually around the entire bar waiting to get in.
     
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    If I wasnt Platinum at MGM Properties I would skip the Buffets
    the lines are up to 4 hours long.
    Highest tier card or forget it
     
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    Four hour wait at Bellagio buffet. Unless you have a strategy to deal with this make a reservation anywhere else.
     
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    Thanks for the post, we have been looking for a couple of weeks now
    Anyone ever do Thanksgiving at the Peppermill
     
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    Going to do what I did last year, very good early thanksgiving dinner at Magnolia's, then football all day at the Chicago brew pub, ending with trip to the Fremont buffet which by the end of the evening game last year was not busy at all.
     
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    I made a reservation at Texas De Brazil. While it is a chain and not on that list, we go there every visit. They are going to have thanksgiving options as well. I already had my thanksgiving a month ago so I am quite happy with the choice hehe.
     
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    Any place where you can make a reservation.
     
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    I like going to Hokkaido Teppanyaki Steakhouse for thanksgiving and also Christmas it is entertaining for the whole family and never a long wait.
     
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    I am currently at Orleans, Tuesday, 11/22/16, and the buffet lines are getting longer. I purchased the $28 all day pass which entitles the bearer to by-pass the regular line and able to use the Emerald line. I felt a lot of stares burning my back as I went straight to the front of the line. I'm leaving 11/23/16 to fly to Hawaii.
     
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    Oh mAn I love line skipping , I would not wait if I had to line up in the big queue, was going to do the wicked spoon ..but I have no line skipping card for Identity..unless you get to skip the line as a hotel guest?
     
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