December 2009
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Oh I wish it could be Christmas dinner every day

Last year, I compiled a list of Christmas Day menus for Las Vegas casinos.

Over the past week, I’ve noticed quite a few hits coming in from people looking for exactly this – and presumably leaving disappointed after finding the 2008 menus.

So below are all the ones I’ve found so far for Christmas Day 2009.  There’s still quite a lot missing though, but I’ll update it as I find more information.

Notably, none of the Harrah’s properties have been updated with their Christmas offerings at the time of writing, with the exception of Guy Savoy and Mon Ami Gabi (which had details on its own web site).  Most of the MGM Mirage properties still have Thanksgiving info showing.  Although Excalibur says it has the same menus for Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day, I’m not sure the others are relevant.

If you did happen to stumble here looking for festive Vegas food, why not subscribe to my RSS feed to get my next delicious trip report, beginning on December 20th, and see which of these I end up going for!

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Last updated: Dec 17th 13:50 GMT

5 comments to Oh I wish it could be Christmas dinner every day

  • No competition. Mon Ami Gabi’s menu looks mouth-watering and for $50 you can’t go wrong.

  • Thank you for the link to — actually all our menus are confirmed directly with the restaurant and we have the lastest from the Palazzo, Wynn, Encore, Venetian, Simon, Nove Italiano, the MGM properties, Rao’s, Andre’s at the Monte Carlo and Alize in addition to a few other items…We update them daily.

    Happy Holidays!

  • Hi Lisa
    Thanks for the comment. Clearly I didn’t mean to imply that you were guessing at the menus! It’s simply that I couldn’t find a link back to those restaurants with the menu itself. I’ll amend this slightly 🙂

  • So… which did you go for in the end?

  • Billy Bob’s @ Sam’s Town. As we had a freebie for it as part of the room offer 🙂 They had a turkey option but I went for a steak anyway…

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