Celebrate Thanksgiving Downtown! D Grill Offers $12.99 Traditional Turkey Feast Nov. 25-Dec.1

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Contemporary American Grill At the D Las Vegas Offers Prix Fixe Holiday Meals All Week

This Thanksgiving, D Grill invites guests to feast all week with a traditional turkey dinner complete with all the fixings and dessert for just $12.99. The special menu will be available from 4 to 11 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25 through Sunday, Dec. 1.

For a bargain price, diners will enjoy a full holiday spread featuring herb-roasted turkey and classic accompaniments including house-made garlic rolls, creamy buttermilk-whipped potatoes, flavorful sage bread dressing and green beans almandine. Pan gravy and fresh cranberry sauce complete the spread, and a dessert choice of pumpkin pie with pecan caramel glaze or apple pie topped with fresh whipped cream end the meal on a sweet note.

Those craving an alternative to turkey can opt for a roasted prime rib dinner, served with buttermilk-whipped mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables and freshly baked garlic rolls for just $12.99. Dessert is not included with the prime rib dinner.

Located on the second floor adjacent to the Vintage Casino, D Grill is the D’s 24/7, contemporary-casual dining concept. An extensive menu boasts American classics and signature dishes, featuring breakfast all day and diverse grilled entrees including gourmet burgers and sandwiches. To view the restaurant’s full menu, click here.


About the D Las Vegas

the D Las Vegas delivers the fresh, energetic attitude and fun atmosphere synonymous with downtown Las Vegas. The new casino hotel boasts 629 remodeled rooms and suites and a unique two-level casino feature modern and vintage floors. Cocktails, beer and frozen beverages abound inside the casino at LONGBAR and on the Fremont Street Experience at D Bar. the D offers contemporary American fare at D Grill, Detroit’s legendary Coney Dogs at American Coney Island and premium steaks and authentic Italian dishes and Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse. Follow the D on Facebook and Twitter.


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