A Las Vegas Thanksgiving at Mercato Della Pescheria
It’s not exactly news that Las Vegas is one of the most happening destinations in the world 365 days of the year, holidays very much included. And its unrivaled energy, diverse attractions, and unique middle-of-the-desert location certainly make it a one-of-a-kind place to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Food is at the center of Thanksgiving, of course, so make sure you’ve got a truly feast-worthy option on hand in the culinary department for your holiday Vegas getaway: Mercato Della Pescheria! We’ve got a superb Italian/seafood menu, an elegant and welcoming ambience, and the facilities to host large groups and private parties. So fill out an RFP and book a Thanksgiving time lunch or dinner at our St. Mark’s Square establishment!
Meanwhile, let’s quickly survey some of the things you can do when you make Sin City your Thanksgiving headquarters.
Black Friday Shopping
Let’s face it: Some folks get as excited (more?) about the day after Thanksgiving as the holiday itself. Given Las Vegas’s multitude of malls, megastores, boutiques, and other retail outlets, you’re certainly going to have much to dive into on Black Friday. Beeline for the Linq Promenade, Tivoli Village, or any of other city’s big shopping hubs and see if you can get your deal on with the rest of the masses.
Take in a Show
C’mon: You’re in the Live Entertainment Capital of the World. Whether it’s a megastar singer in residency, the acrobatics of Cirque du Soleil, the zany mystery of Blue Man Group, or something else altogether, consider taking in some of the onstage spectacle while you’re here!
Some Vegas-area botanical gardens are well-known for their holiday traditions. The Bellagio Conservatory, for instance, presents a lovely harvest- and fall-colors-themed spread, while Ethel M. Chocolates will once again be decking out its cactus garden—one of the biggest in the world—in better than a million festive lights.
Sightseeing near Las Vegas, NV
It’s not all about glitz, glamor, and 24-7 action in Las Vegas. You’re also nestled in the midst of some truly glorious Southwestern landscapes, and a variety of day and multiday tours use Vegas as a jumping-off point to explore them. The Hoover Dam and the Black Canyon of the Colorado, the Grand Canyon, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, the Valley of Fire—there’s much to see, and this time of year the summer crowds are gone, to boot!
Thanksgiving Dining at Mercato Della Pescheria
Here at Mercato Della Pescheria, we’ve got wide-ranging high-end cuisine to satisfy anybody and everybody, and we’re well-equipped to handle dining parties of all sizes. We also can readily accommodate groups in private dining rooms or semi-private sections.
If you’ll be in Las Vegas around Thanksgiving, we hope you’ll come join us for a meal to remember. Fill out an RFP online and enjoy the Mercato Della Pescheria treatment this holiday season!