DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS HOTTEST RESTAURANT GLUTTON
INTRODUCES NEW SUMMER MENU ITEMS
Downtown Las Vegas’ hottest restaurant, Glutton, is debuting a new collection of summer dishes for lunch, dinner and brunch, featuring bright, items enabling diners to make the most of what summer ingredients have to offer.
On the lunch menu, start off with a snack of Japanese Street Corn, with miso butter, furikake and chives. Follow that with the Watermelon Salad, punctuated by heirloom tomatoes, ricotta salata, hazelnuts and basil vanilla vinaigrette. A Seared Ahi Tuna served with buckwheat soba noodles, yuzu and white soy dressing with cucumber and radish now appears on the lunch menu, as does Linguine Puttanesca, spiked with roasted garlic, capers, anchovy, San Marzano tomatoes and crispy porchetta rinds. Finally, a new Ora King Salmon dish at lunchtime comes with farro, corn, cucumber and a tomato Provençal relish.
For dinner, starters include a new Truffle Gougeres snack, featuring Ementhal and parmesan cheese with white truffle. Also featured on the dinner menu is the Watermelon Salad, Japanese Street Corn, Ora King Salmon and Linguine Puttanesca. Other new items exclusive to the dinner meu include a Tuna Flatbread, with Ahi tuna, wasabi cream, red onion, tomato and tobiko, as well as a Half Chicken, served with jalapeno and cheddar johnny cake and spicy maple.
For Saturday and Sunday brunch, Glutton’s Pastry Case has added housemade Chocolate Cream Pie Doughnuts, served with chocolate and whipped cream. Also new to the brunch menu is a Peaches and Cream Belgian Waffle, with fresh peaches, bourbon caramel sauce and sweet whipped ricotta cream.
With a heartfelt passion for savoring life’s flavor drives, Glutton features an eclectic, adventurous menu of New American cuisine for lunch and dinner daily. Located on Carson Avenue, across 7th Street from Downtown Container Park, Glutton showcases savory meats, locally sourced produce, house-made pastas and seafood from the Pacific Northwest. Dishes are designed to range from sinfully indulgent to surprisingly fresh and light. The vibrant bar program features barrel-aged cocktails, as well as six craft beers on draft and a variety of beers and ciders served in cans and bottles. A thoughtful wine list offers bottles as well as many options for wine-by-the-glass. Glutton is housed in a renovated midcentury building and maintains the original oak ceiling from its original 1955 construction. Stained concrete floors, exposed brick, a wood-burning over and a solid stone chef’s counter combine to create an industrial yet comfortable atmosphere. The restaurant seats approximately 78 patrons indoors and an additional 35 on an outdoor patio, where guests can dine among the fresh herbs. Dinner begins nightly at 5 p.m.; lunch is served Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with brunch available on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.