Thanksgiving feast celebrated the holiday with a unique, festive and sold out event at the waterfall atrium during Winter In Venice at The Palazzo Las Vegas. This inaugural event was an exciting and fun way for guests to experience Thanksgiving on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Palazzo’s Executive Chef Olivier Dubreuil prepared an exquisite feast of Thanksgiving spread served family-style. Appetizing menu highlights included fresh tomato and corn soup with garlic and basil croutons, Roquefort apple with ginger salad, whole roasted Vermont turkey with sausage sage dressing and caramel pumpkin pie.
Over 75 guests sat side by side at two 30-foot picnic-style benches surrounded by magnificent décor featuring autumn leaves, bales of hay, cornucopia and traditional crops of American landscape.
Guests also enjoyed sipping wines throughout the feast which included I’M, Chardonnay by Isabel Mondavi, Sonoma County 2010, Siduri, Pinot Noir and Santa Lucia Highlands “SLH” California 2010. Photo credit: Tomasz Pleskaczynsk/Cashman Productions
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