The fourth Thursday in November in America is synonymous with two things: thanks and giving. Each year family and friends gather around tables large and small to share in a delicious feast and express gratitude for the year’s bounty.
Today’s spreads may feature juicy turkeys, creamy mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and decadent pumpkin pie, but did you know the original Thanksgiving fare looked much different? Yep, back in 1621 the table more likely featured deer and even seafood like mussels. Potatoes weren’t a blip on the radar and ovens had yet to come into existence so grandma’s famous pumpkin pie wasn’t there either. But one thing was for sure: they had a bounty worth talking about today!
Here at the most unique off-Strip dining experience in Las Vegas, we’re taking a cue from traditions of old and new to bring you a feast for the ages! Modern favorites with a throwback to the days of yore made with our signature Bavarian style are on the menu at our Haus, and you’re invited to celebrate like it’s 1621! (The live music will help with the party part!)
Our chefs have created a special spread that just so happens to pair with the best beer in Las Vegas like corn and a cob.
Thanksgiving Day Specials
Butternut Squash Cream Soup
Garnished with croutons and chives
Fried Brie Cheese
Breaded and cooked golden brown and garnished with fried parsley and cranberries; served with a winter salad bouquet
Thyme-flavored turkey gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, stuffing, corn medley and glazed yams
Homemade with pumpkin-spiced ice cream
Whaddya say? Let’s make this #Thanksgiving another party for the history books!