The Barrymore Las Vegas To Serve Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner Feast

The Barrymore, Las Vegas’ new culinary sensation, will provide a plentiful Thanksgiving Day feast for those celebrating the holiday in the city, Thursday, Nov. 24. This new hidden gem at The Royal Resort offers an intimate atmosphere, along with specially prepared holiday fare, making it the ideal spot to celebrate this traditional holiday with friends and family.

The Barrymore Las Vegas
The Barrymore Las Vegas

“We wanted to create an old-style Thanksgiving Day spread with a little something extra,” says Executive Chef, Anthony Meidenbauer. “We take all the usual Thanksgiving suspects and bump them up a notch to create the perfect holiday feast.”

For parties with six people or more, The Barrymore will offer a whole family-style dinner that includes a tender whole roast turkey carved at the table. Guests will enjoy a mouthwatering organic Diestel Farms roasted turkey dinner that includes, traditional dressing, roasted sweet and whipped potatoes, green beans and cranberry relish.

The feast will be capped off with a flavorful traditional pumpkin pie topped with spiced whipped cream. Guests may call 702.407.5303 for reservations. All reservations for a carved turkey meal must be received by Thursday, Nov. 17.


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Lauded an “off the Strip gem” by the New York Post, The Barrymore is located inside the Royal Resort on Convention Center Drive, providing a convenient location for business lunches or relaxing meals. This quaint dining spot is open for breakfast daily at 8 a.m. and again at 11:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and Friday and Saturday until midnight. For reservations, call 702.407.5303 or please visit www.TheBarrymore.com for more information.

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Bill Cody is an entertainment, technology and luxury travel reporter in Las Vegas. He reports on celebrities, events, tech, food, Las Vegas and luxury travel.

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