Treasure Island Restaurants Celebrate Las Vegas Restaurant Week June 17-28 to Benefit Three Square Food Bank
Guests can help out Three Square Food Bank by dining out at Phil’s Italian Steakhouse, Seafood Shack and Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que during Las Vegas Restaurant Week, June 17-28.
Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall and Bar-B-Que
Cowboys and cowgirls can start their two-course lunch with a choice of Gilley’s Chili, chicken tortilla soup or house salad. Entrée choices include Chipotle chicken sandwich, BBQ pulled pork sandwich, Lone Star Burger or Apple chicken salad. All entrées are served with French fries and a fountain beverage. This Restaurant Week menu is available for $20 per person, and guests can upgrade to any side order for $4.99.
For dinner, Gilley’s offers a finger lickin’ three-course meal for $40. After devouring a starter Gilley’s chili, chicken tortilla soup or house salad, guests will dine on their choice of Smoked Short Rib Mac & Cheese; crispy salmon Veracruz-style, seared over Mesquite wood and topped with Veracruz sauce, served on a bed of Spanish rice and broccolini; or St. Louis Spare Ribs, served with choice of macaroni & cheese, sautéed broccolini or whipped potatoes. The dessert course is a sweet choice between Down Home Strawberry Shortcake or peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream.
Guests can dive into a three-course dinner for $30.15 at Seafood Shack, and choose an appetizer of chicken gumbo or lobster beignets, savory Maine lobster “doughnuts” with chipotle aioli. The main course offers a choice between San Francisco cioppino with clams, shrimp, mussels and fish simmered in a rich tomato broth; Cajun seafood pasta with shrimp, crawfish, crab and Cajun sausage; or a blackened chicken breast with Andouille sausage and Mornay sauce. The meal concludes with carrot cake or key lime pie.
Phil’s Italian Steakhouse
Treasure Island’s premiere steak house offers a decadent three-course dinner for $50. Appetizer choices include soup or salad: Lobster and corn chowder, made with fresh Maine lobster and sweet corn; or French onion soup with Gruyere and Swiss cheeses; Butter lettuce with strawberries, hearts of palm, feta cheese and balsamic vinaigrette; or Caesar salad. Follow soup or salad with an 8 oz. filet mignon; Mediterranean sea bass, served in a lobster and fennel broth with spinach risotto; Chicken Fillipo, a free-range chicken breast served with potato and vegetable cakes; or vegetable risotto, with baby spinach, courgettes, baby carrots, red bell peppers, yellow squash and Arborio rice. A cappuccino crème brûlée concludes the meal.
A portion of proceeds from Las Vegas Restaurant Week benefits Three Square Food Bank and its mission to eliminate hunger in Southern Nevada.
For more information or to make reservations, please visit www.treasureisland.com.
About Treasure Island
Treasure Island on the Las Vegas Strip is a privately owned hotel and casino and stands alone as the only major Strip property to claim that unique market position. Boasting nearly 3,000 guest rooms, Treasure Island is a world-class destination for headline entertainment and Mystère, the classic Cirque du Soleil performance that combines the powerful athleticism, high-energy acrobatics and inspiring imagery that have become the company’s hallmark. Upscale and casual dining choices, hip nightspots and indulgent spa and shopping experiences further complement the one-of-a-kind Treasure Island guest experience. For information visit www.treasureisland.com, www.facebook.com/TIvegas or follow the property on Twitter @TIVegas.