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Where To Dine at McCarran; A Top-Earning Denny's Re-Opens; and More from Vegas

Plus: A look inside the second Border Grill in Sin City, how much food buffets serve for Thanksgiving and more.

Border Grill at the Forum Shops at Caesars
Border Grill at the Forum Shops at Caesars
Amelinda B Lee

This here is Sin City Wrap, a weekly recap of notable Las Vegas goings on from Eater Vegas.

McCARRAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT — Flying into Las Vegas anytime soon? You’ll want to brush up on the dining options at the airport. Here, a look at every single restaurant and bar there with recommendations (hint, wait until you’re on the Strip).

CASINO ROYALEThe top-earning Denny’s in the world is now open again after a renovation that brings room for 300 diners, a 50-foot fork and signs alerting diners how long they have to wait for a table. Expect long lines.

WESTSIDE — Vegas gets its own new TV series featuring chefs from the Strip competing by cooking on food trucks. Late Nite Chef Fight, filmed at the Palms, airs Nov. 29 on FYI Network.

THE STRIP — Every restaurant on the Strip is open for Thanksgiving, and buffets are one of the most popular destinations for a turkey feast. Find out how many pounds of turkey, gallons of gravy and pounds of yams three buffets serve up for the big holiday.

FORUM SHOPS AT CAESARS — Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger debuted their second Border Grill in Las Vegas, and now you can peer inside at the new artwork that debuted with the spot. Yes, brunch is served.

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