Last night I experienced the most delightful Thanksgiving feast at Searsucker which is nestled inside Caesers Palace located on the Las Vegas Strip. If you do not feel like cooking this year or are in our sparkly city for a visit, you are in luck! For $49 (only $19 for kids 4 – 12 years old), Searsucker is serving an all-you-can-eat Thanksgiving meal! Chef Brian Malarkey’s creations are delicious; I can attest to that! Thank you Searsucker for our hosted pre-Thanksgiving dinner! I loved it! Here is what’s on the menu for Thursday, November 23:

MAIN COURSE
Slow Roasted Whole Bird

Brine, Dried, Slow Roasted, Pan Sauce

Pumpkin Cheesecake Pudding

Sausage Stuffing
Pork Sausage, Rustic Sourdough, Dried Cherries, Herbs

Mashed Potato
Crème Fruiche, Horseradish, Chive

Green Beans
Mushroom Gravy, Crispy Shallot

Cranberries
Fresh Berries, Orange, Mint

DESSERT
Pumpkin Cheesecake Pudding

Cranberry Granita, Ginger Snap

Make your reservations for the feast at 702.866.1800! Click the photos below for the full gallery of the delicious meal!  Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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22 Replies to “Searsucker’s Thanksgiving Feast”

  1. Currently drooling over those pics! I LOVE stuffing. I’m probably the only person that eats it year round (and sometimes for breakfast ha). I definitely need to find a recipe to imitate Searsucker’s delicious sausage stuffing!

  2. This looks like great fun! Definitely doesn’t beat good ‘ole homemade food surrounded by family though 🙂 Thanksgiving is my fav holiday of the year and I wouldn’t give up the traditional dinner for anything.

  3. Such a delicious meal at $49! This sounds great and I love that they have enough vegetarian options in their menu!

  4. Sounds great! These delicious foods are new to me and would love to try some of them especially the green been, slow roasted bird and cranberries. Thanks for sharing.

  5. This sounds perfect. Those green beans look ah=mazing! I spent the day with family and luckily didn’t have to cook, but I would go here in a heartbeat!

  6. It sounds like a little piece of heaven not to have to cook on Thanksgiving. Sure wish we lived closer to Caesers Palace because the meal sounds delicious. Especially the sausage stuffing (for her) and the pumpkin cheesecake pudding (for him). x

  7. I envy you guys in the states at this time of year! I used to live there and love thanksgiving. This food looks delicious!!

  8. I enjoy cooking but I also love when we go out and try some good food:-) This looks like a delicious Thanksgiving feast.

  9. Awesome, such a sumptuous meal at just $49, definitely it couldn’t be better than having a delicious time for thanksgiving rather than cooking food at home.

  10. All you can eat? I try to avoid these formula as I literally eat all I can and then feel bad about it for days! Ahah! I mean, I don’t like cooking but I love eating and it’s so hard to resist delicious food… Do you know if they had dairy and egg options for dessert?

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