Celebrate Easter at Boyd Gaming Dining Destinations
Boyd Gaming destinations throughout the Las Vegas Valley are celebrating Easter with memorable and delectable dining experiences on Sunday, April 4.
Reservations are strongly suggested. Menus, prices and times are subject to change. For the latest and complete list of all Boyd Gaming Easter specials, please visit www.boydgaming.com.
Highlighted Holiday Menus and Specials:
Fine dining destination MRKT Sea & Land at Aliante Casino + Hotel + Spa will offer a flavorful three-course Easter special on Sunday, April 4 for $70 per person. The special features a seafood salad as the starter, Osso Bucco with saffron risotto as the main course, and the chef’s choice of dessert.
Aliante’s The Salted Lime is serving up an authentic Mexican Easter special for $26 per person on Sunday, April 4. The special features mojarras fritas served with rice, beans, crème, pico de gallo and guacamole.
FARM at Aliante will serve an Easter Sunday special for $18.99 per person. The special features prime rib and hash served with eggs, the choice of toast and a side of fruit.
Carve Prime Rib at Cannery Casino Hotel will serve a scrumptious three-course Easter dinner on Sunday, April 4 from 4 p.m. to close for $40 per person. The meal will begin with a spring dinner salad, followed by the choice of a roast rack of lamb with a Dijon mustard and herb crust served with mint sauce, au gratin potatoes and spring vegetables. Guests can also choose the pan-roasted Chilean sea bass served with light shellfish sauce with bay shrimp, crab and scallops, as well as jasmine rice and steamed asparagus. For dessert, diners can choose the spring berry shortcake, a warm buttermilk biscuit served with fresh berry compote, vanilla bean ice cream and whipped cream, or the coconut cream cake.
Cannery’s Victory’s Café will offer a three-course Easter Sunday special from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. for $16.99 per person. The special comes with the choice of soup or salad as the starter. For the main entrée, guests can choose one of two options. The first option is the brown sugar baked ham served with honey mustard sauce, scalloped potatoes and spring vegetables. Guest can also choose the sautéed salmon filet served with lemon, caper butter sauce, scalloped potatoes and spring vegetables. A carrot cake with cream cheese frosting will be served for dessert.
Bailiwick All American Pub + Eatery at The Orleans Hotel and Casino will serve a delicious Easter Sunday menu, offering multiple options, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. for $38 per person. As a starter, couples will be served deviled eggs and the choice of cream of chicken soup or a wedge salad with chilled iceberg lettuce, smoked bacon, tomatoes, diced red onion, bleu cheese dressing, sweet balsamic reduction and crispy onion. The main entrée will feature the choice of lollipop lamb chops served with roasted corn and infused mashed potatoes topped with mint jelly demi-glaze. Diners can also choose the salmon phyllo, a fresh Atlantic salmon topped with seafood mousse and mushroom duxelles wrapped in baked phyllo dough and served with vanilla saffron sauce, croquette potatoes and the chef’s selection of fresh vegetables. To end the meal, guests can enjoy a fruit tart.
The Orleans’ Copper Whisk Café will be serving up a three-course Easter special on Sunday, April 4 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. for $18.99 per person. The Easter Sunday special will start with the choice of soup or house salad. For the main entrée, guests can enjoy fresh Atlantic salmon stuffed with snow crab, laced with citrus beurre blanc sauce, and served with croquette potatoes and fresh vegetables. Strawberry shortcake will be served for dessert.
Cornerstone Classic American Steakhouse at Gold Coast Hotel and Casino will offer a memorable Easter Sunday dinner from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. for $41 per person. Guests can start their dinner with the choice of soup du jour or a dinner salad. For the main course, diners can choose from the braised lamb shank served with root vegetables and couscous, or the pan-seared orange roughy served with potato kugel and lemon butter sauce. Guests can end the meal with pecan bread pudding. Reservations are strongly suggested. To make a reservation, guests can call (702) 367-7111 or visit www.opentable.com.
Throughout April, Cornerstone will also serve a variety of tantalizing specials. All April specials will include the choice of soup du jour or a house salad, and the details are as follows:
- April 1 through April 4: Crab-stuffed salmon served with jasmine rice and lemon butter cream sauce for $32.
- April 7 through April 11: A 12-ounce, blackened ribeye steak served with New Orleans-style barbecue shrimp for $42.
- April 14 through April 18: Seared, free-range chicken breast filled with wild mushrooms, and served with overloaded mashed potatoes for $26.
- April 21 through April 25: Bacon-wrapped jumbo shrimp served with creamy parmesan polenta for $32.
- April 28 through April 30: Chicken parmesan served with risotto rice for $26.
Du-par’s Restaurant & Bakery at Suncoast Hotel and Casino will be serving up a tasty Easter Weekend special on Friday, April 2 through Sunday, April 4 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day. The special will be $15.99 per person, and features roasted pork medallions served with cherry wine demi-glaze, caramelized onions and sautéed mushrooms. The meal will also be served with the chef’s choice of potato and vegetables.
The Angry Butcher at Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall will offer two savory Easter Sunday specials from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Guests can enjoy the New Zealand Lamb special for $46, featuring twin, double-cut lamb chops served with rosemary demi-glace, a bouquetière of baby vegetables and herb-roasted fingerling potatoes. Diners can also order the Farm-Raised Salmon special with champagne beurre blanc, a bouquetière of baby vegetables and whipped mashed potatoes for $36. Both specials include an Angry Butcher house salad and a fresh fruit tart for dessert.
California Hotel and Casino’s fine dining destination, Redwood Steakhouse, will offer a delectable Easter menu on Sunday, April 4 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. for $55 per person. The meal will begin with a carrot ginger soup and a fresh baby field greens salad with roasted baby beets, pickled red onions, goat cheese and white balsamic vinaigrette. The main entrée features braised pork shank served with creamed mascarpone polenta, charred asparagus and red wine sauce. For dessert, guests can delight in a chocolate mousse cake.
Since reopening, all Boyd Gaming destinations have practiced “Boyd Clean,” a set of comprehensive protocols aimed at protecting the health and safety of its team members and guests. These safety protocols include conducting health screenings for team members and guests on arrival, requiring team members and guests to wear facial coverings, practicing social distancing and more. For additional information on the Boyd Clean initiative, visit www.boydgaming.com/boyd-clean.
For the full lineup of Boyd Gaming’s Easter dining specials, please visit www.boydgaming.com.