LAS VEGAS (
has sought out talented chefs across the country who have designed Thanksgiving menus sure to satisfy every craving, from traditional turkey to unique autumn-inspired selections.
In New York, at
The Breslin Bar & Dining Room
, chef April Bloomfield will prepare dishes such as fairytale pumpkin fondue, roasted turkey and sweet potatoes with maple and mace. At
is hosting an all-day, three-course feast showcasing his modern Iberian touch on holiday favorites, including Ashley Farms turkey with chorizo-brioche stuffing and his signature shrimp alhinho.
is offering a three-course menu with such specials as homemade foie gras terrine, fall fruit chutney and Parisienne brioche and traditional roasted Vermont farm-raised turkey with foie gras and chestnut stuffing.
executive chef Jesse Schenker and pastry chef Christina Lee created a four-course prix fixe menu with such delectable items as turkey roulade, confit leg, chestnut and cranberries and pumpkin custard, candied pecans and pepitas, cinnamon brown sugar ice cream and chocolate ganache.
For the first time in its almost 83-year existence, the iconic
will be open for Thanksgiving! Executive chef John Greeley has put together a menu of classic fare including a foie gras terrine with port poached plums, star anise and mache followed by a chili-rubbed millbrook venison loin with baby Brussels sprouts, corn hominy and blackberry jus.
In Las Vegas,
First Food & Bar
at the Palazzo has its own version of a traditional American Thanksgiving feast in its Leftover-stuffed Thanksgiving Day Sandwich, available after 9 p.m. Until then one can enjoy roasted pumpkin corn bisque, a pilgrim dinner served family-style and a pie bar featuring pumpkin, apple and pecan pies.