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Thanksgiving dinner served at Western Village



Western Village will be serving Thanksgiving dinner in our popular local’s restaurants, Café Bellini, the Western Village Steakhouse and Pancho & Willie’s.

Great dining specials are always to be found at Café Bellini. For Thanksgiving, guests will enjoy a choice of roasted Tom turkey with classic sides, baked ham with scallop potato or grilled breaded cod with mushroom rice pilaf for just $5.75 per guest. The Thanksgiving menu at Café Bellini will be served from 11 am to 11 pm.

Serving authentic Mexican cuisine as well as a variety of seafood and steaks, Thanksgiving dining at Pancho & Willies will surely satisfy any appetite! Enjoy roasted Tom turkey with giblet gravy, sour cream and onion mashed potatoes, sage dressing and sweet yams. Pumpkin cheesecake or pumpkin pie will be served for dessert. Thanksgiving dinner at Pancho & Willies will be served for $12.95 per guest, from 4 pm to 9 pm.

Thanksgiving dinner at the Western Village Steakhouse will be complimented by impeccable service and an inviting atmosphere. Choose from season salt and herb rubbed roast Tom turkey with apple, parsnip and sausage stuffing or bourbon and sugar glazed ham with maple mashed sweet potatoes. Caramel apple cheesecake or pumpkin pie will be served for dessert. Thanksgiving dinner at the Western Village Steakhouse will be served for $24.95 per guest, $34.95 with wine parings. The Thanksgiving menu will be available from 4 pm to 9 pm.

Western Village Casino offers a warm and friendly environment for locals and out-of-towners alike. Guests return time after time for 24/7 gaming action, 4 delicious restaurants including the Steakhouse, Pancho & Willies, Marina Café and the Sports Deli, and the exciting atmosphere; all in a spectacular setting of vibrant lights, plush surroundings and comfortable seating.

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