“All the world is water and the stage is all the world.” Welcome to the world of “O.” With a production that has never been attempted or imagined until now, this leading Las Vegas show is sure to amaze you in the same way it has for sold-out audiences since it opened
If cooking is not your thing, chefs in Las Vegas are working on a variety of offerings for Thanksgiving Day dinners. Visitors to Las Vegas or residents who prefer to go out on Thanksgiving instead of slaving away over a hot oven at home can find plenty of places for traditional, or not so traditional, feast.
Vegas Resorts during Thanksgiving week are spreading for the holiday Las Vegas style. The Border Grill at Mandalay Bay will give some Mexican flavor to the American holiday. The Luxor is offering an Asian take on Turkey Day at Rice & Co. The “thankful dumpling” created by Executive Chef Danny Chen’s features duck breast, cornbread stuffing, dried cranberry, onion and celery wrapped in a soy sheet and topped with crispy sweet potato, micro celery and a cranberry-yuzu sauce.
The drums of war sound, as the classic struggle between love and war collide in KÀ™ by Cirque du Soleil® at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. With an engaging narrative, the hand-to-hand combat, pyrotechnics, and puppetry are just a bonus accompaniment to a well choreographed cinematic thrill ride that also includes comedy, romance, and special effects.
Las Vegas is best known for its variety, and it’s Thanksgiving and you’re in Vegas. Maybe you planned a vacation or maybe you’re home for the holiday. Whatever the occasion, Family, Food, and Fellowship is the spirit of the season – And there isn’t another place in the world like Las Vegas for the Holidays.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM US