Las Vegas is great destination for travel, even at this time of year. But everybody is shopping and decorating, and honestly, nobody has time to make dinner. Instead, if you are in Las Vegas, consider making a reservation at any of these great restaurants and use any extra time you have to spend it with people you love. And if you are making a last minute trip to Vegas, there are plenty of flight options to Las Vegas at Airfares Flights to book your fight and make your life easier.
Make it simple with Hash House A Go-Go. They offer take-home turkey through noon on December 22. The spread includes a deep-fried 14-pound turkey with pumpkin mashed potatoes and garlic mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, acorn squash, carrots and green beans, macaroni and cheese, strawberry jam, biscuits, cranberry sauce and pumpkin bread. The meal is designed to serve six to eight people, and it costs $115. Orders must be picked up between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on December 24. 6800 W. Sahara, 702-804-4646
Christmas Eve will be great at Station Casinos’ Feast and Festival Buffets in Las Vegas. Roast turkey, green bean and mushroom casserole, prime rib and ham, plus roasted garlic mashed potatoes and sage stuffing, pecan and butternut squash. Desert options include apple strudel, cheesecake and pumpkin pie. All the information is available on www.sclv.com.
B&B Ristorante is offering traditional Italian “Feast of Seven Fishes” from December 23-27. The menu of this famous Las Vegas dinner includes traditional baccala crochetta, B&B’s renowned octopus, fluke crudo, Taylor Bay scallops and more. Visit Venetian, 702-266-9977.
Christmas Day in Las Vegas could be really special if you decide to visit S7 Buffet at Silver Sevens. They feature sliced turkey, roasted pork loin, braised short ribs, chicken cordon bleu, stuffing, salmon steaks, Maryland-style crab cakes and prime rib carving station, plus a honey-roasted ham and candied yams and great choice of desserts. The December 25 price is $15.99 from 11 a.m.-9 p.m., 4100 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, 702-733-7000.
Mercadito has introduced special menu items for Christmas in Vegas, including herb-marinated turkey, cornbread chorizo, 24-hour brined chipotle-glazed ham and more. A special menu will be available on December 24 and 25, 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. at the restaurant, Red Rock Resort, Las Vegas, 702-979-3609.
Aureole’s chef Vincent Pouessel is offering a five-course dinner with interesting items like roasted New Zealand Cervena rack of venison, caramelized diver scallops or black winter truffles. December 24 and 25, 5:30-10:30 p.m., $85 main dining room, $55 wine pairing, $95 Swan Court, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, 702-632-7401.
Buddy V’s Ristorante is also offering holiday dinner options featuring braised greens and horseradish cream and roasted prime rib with whipped potatoes. Price is $14.95 for kids under 10, and it’s located at Venetian in Las Vegas, 702-607-2355.
Enjoy Christmas in Vegas by visiting La Cave’s. Executive chef Billy DeMarco is offering grilled sea bass dish with baby parsnips accompanied by cream spinach ravioli and topped with tomato vinaigrette. December 24 and 25 price of $24 per person in Wynn, 702-770-7375 Las Vegas.
According to Las Vegas Weekly, these are the best holiday dinning offers in Las Vegas this year. Have a wonderful Christmas and a very Happy New Year!