Tropicana Las Vegas Gears Up for The Season With the Return Of The ‘Summer Cookout Featuring Robert Irvine’ On June 13

 

TROPICANA LAS VEGAS GEARS UP FOR THE SEASON
WITH THE RETURN OF THE ‘SUMMER COOKOUT
FEATURING ROBERT IRVINE’ ON JUNE 13

Tickets are now on sale for the third annual Summer Cookout, kicking off Las Vegas Restaurant Week

Tickets are now on sale for the third annual ‘Summer Cookout featuring Robert Irvine’ set to take place at Tropicana Las Vegas on Thursday, June 13. Now in its third year, guests are invited to dine out for a cause at Robert Irvine’s Public House and enjoy summer bites and beverages in an effort to increase awareness and raise funds for Three Square Food Bank.

Guests are invited to cheers to the season with the ultimate dine-around experience with Chef Robert Irvine. Throughout the evening, guests will be able to indulge in a variety of specialty summer-inspired dishes and refreshing beverages, courtesy of Tropicana Las Vegas’ restaurants such as Oakville Steakhouse, Robert Irvine’s Public House, Red Lotus Asian Kitchen, and Trago Lounge, as well as enjoy an interactive cooking competition, live and silent auction, and much more. In addition, guests will enjoy a special live performance by one of the world’s greatest Frank Sinatra tribute artists from the acclaimed cast of ‘Legends in Concert.’

Menu highlights for the evening will include Wagyu beef sliders with a Public House sauce and micro watercress; hickory smoked dry rubbed baby back ribs with a Public House BBQ sauce; hamachi poke parfait with unagi sauce; baby tomato and creamy burrata with balsamic pearls; an assortment of mini pizzas; chocolate and orange pops, and more.

‘Summer Cookout featuring Robert Irvine’ is sponsored by Golden Road Brewing. Additional sponsors include Ambros Banana Whiskey, Empress 1908 Gin, Fever-Tree, Moneytree, and WAXIE.

Tickets are priced at $100 for VIP entry (early entry at 6 p.m. along with a meet and greet experience with Chef Irvine); $50 for general admission; all ticket prices exclude tax and fees. Must be 21 years or older to attend. The ‘Summer Cookout featuring Robert Irvine’ is open to the public and will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Robert Irvine’s Public House at Tropicana Las Vegas. Tickets can be purchased at the Tropicana box office, by calling (800) 829-9034 or online at www.troplv.com.

Proceeds from the evening will benefit Three Square in its fight to eradicate hunger in Southern Nevada. Las Vegas Restaurant Week gives restaurants in the local community the opportunity to give back through the culinary arts. Since 2007, more than 5 million meals have been provided for those struggling with hunger through the 12 day culinary event. Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2019 will run June 17 through June 28.

For more information, visit www.troplv.com.

About Tropicana Las Vegas
Set on the famed Four Corners with commanding views of the Las Vegas Strip, Tropicana Las Vegas® – a DoubleTree by Hilton is a Penn National Gaming destination and boasts stylish rooms, suites and luxury villas, complete with acclaimed restaurants, premier entertainment options and a 50,000-square-foot casino. The resort redefines the expectations of today’s global travelers by providing a casually elegant experience on The Strip, all with a South Beach rhythm and vibe. The property also features Trago Lounge, Glow® a Mandara Spa and fitness center, Laugh Factory Comedy Club and restaurants such as Bacio® Breakfast, Oakville Steakhouse, Robert Irvine’s Public House, Red Lotus Asian Kitchen and Savor Bruch Buffet, plus on-the-go options such as Barista Café, Fresh Mix and South Beach Food Court. For more information, visit www.troplv.com.

About Las Vegas Restaurant Week and Three Square
Las Vegas Restaurant Week began in 2007 as a way to give locals and tourists the opportunity to help out by dining out. Proceeds from Restaurant Week benefit Three Square, Southern Nevada’s only food bank. Three Square currently distributes more than 39 million meals – the equivalent of more than 47 million pounds of food and grocery product – per year to nearly 1,400 community partners including nonprofit and faith-based organizations, schools and feeding sites throughout Southern Nevada. Three Square is a member of the Feeding America network of food banks. For additional information visit threesquare.org or helpoutdineoutlv.org.

Robert Irvine’s Public House To Host A Fall Beer Dinner Featuring Guinness At Tropicana Las Vegas On Sept. 21

 

Robert Irvine’s Public House To Host A Fall Beer Dinner Featuring Guinness At Tropicana Las Vegas On Sept. 21

WHAT:
Robert Irvine’s Public House at Tropicana Las Vegas will kick off the fall season with a special beer dinner featuring the quintessential Irish brew, Guinness. Executive Chef Kelsey Macstravic will team up with Guinness Brewery Ambassador Eoghain Clavin to host a beer-centric four-course pairing dinner for guests to enjoy, on Friday, Sept. 21 at 6 p.m.

Plus, the master Guinness Ambassador will teach guests the six steps to pouring the perfect pint. Guests will have the chance to be put to the test and pour the perfect pint of Guinness, just like a true Irishman,for the chance to earn a Perfect Pour Certificate. The event is priced at $50 per person (excludes tax and gratuity), and features the following menu:

Crostini, Creamed Spinach, Crispy Shallot, Aged White Cheddar
Guinness Blonde American Lager

Smoked Chicken Thigh/Leg Quarter, Mumbo Sauce, Greens
Smithwick’s Irish Red Ale

Robert Irvine Signature Fish & Chips
Guinness Irish Wheat Hefeweizen

Stout Bread Pudding, Espresso Gelato, Caramel Sauce
Guinness Foreign Extra Stout

WHEN:
Friday, September 21 at 6 p.m.

WHERE:
Robert Irvine’s Public House at Tropicana Las Vegas
3801 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

TICKETS:
Please call the restaurant at (702) 739-2307 to reserve a seat.

About Tropicana Las Vegas
Set on the famed Four Corners with commanding views of the Las Vegas Strip, Tropicana Las Vegas – a DoubleTree by Hilton is a Penn National Gaming destination and boasts stylish rooms, suites and luxury villas, complete with acclaimed restaurants, premier entertainment options and a 50,000-square-foot casino. The resort redefines the expectations of today’s global travelers by providing a casually elegant experience on The Strip, all with a South Beach rhythm and vibe. The property also features Glow® a Mandara Spa and fitness center, Laugh Factory Comedy Club and restaurants such as Bacio Italian Cuisine, Oakville Steakhouse, and Robert Irvine’s Public House, plus on-the-go options such as Barista Café, Fresh Mix and South Beach Food Court. For more information, visit www.troplv.com.

Tropicana Las Vegas to Host Second Annual ‘Summer Cookout Featuring Robert Irvine’ on June 14

 

TROPICANA LAS VEGAS TO HOST SECOND ANNUAL ‘SUMMER COOKOUT FEATURING ROBERT IRVINE’ ON JUNE 14

Iconic property to team up with Three Square Food Bank for Las Vegas

Restaurant Week during second annual kick-off affair

Tickets now on sale: http://bit.ly/2HDeK3v

 Tropicana Las Vegas will host the second annual ‘Summer Cookout featuring Robert Irvine‘ on Thursday, June 14. The iconic property will team up with Three Square Food Bank for the second year in a row and kick-off the 12th installment of Las Vegas Restaurant Week a celebration of dining out for a cause, with a summer affair-inspired event set to debut at Robert Irvine’s Public House inside Tropicana Las Vegas.

“We are excited to team up with Three Square again for this very special summer kickoff event,” said Aaron Rosenthal, general manager of Tropicana Las Vegas. “This year, we are heading indoors to host the event at one of our newest restaurants, Robert Irvine’s Public House. With the man himself, Chef Robert Irvine, we are thrilled to celebrate twelve years of Las Vegas Restaurant Week during a night out with locals and guests alike and enjoy summer-inspired bites for a great cause.”

‘Summer Cookout featuring Robert Irvine’ will allow guests to spend an evening Strip-side at Robert Irvine’s Public House. Guests will be able to indulge in summertime favorite dishes, as well as refreshing beverages, and restaurants such as Oakville Steakhouse, Robert Irvine’s Public House and the all-new Red Lotus Asian Kitchen.

Proceeds from the evening will benefit Three Square in its fight to end hunger in Southern Nevada. Now in its 12th installment, Las Vegas Restaurant Week gives restaurants in the local community the opportunity to give back through the culinary arts. Since 2007, more than 4 million meals have been provided for those in need through the culinary event. Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2018 will run June 18 through June 29.

The ‘Summer Cookout featuring Robert Irvine’ is open to the public and will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Robert Irvine’s Public House at Tropicana Las Vegas. Tickets can be purchased at the Tropicana box office, by calling (800) 829-9034 or online at www.troplv.com.

Tickets will be priced at $100 for VIP entry (early entry at 6 p.m. along with meet and greet experience with Chef Irvine); $50 for general admission; and $40 for all active military, veterans and local law enforcement including first responders (must show valid I.D.), all ticket prices exclude tax and fees. Must be 21 years or older to attend.

For more information, visit www.troplv.com.

About Tropicana Las Vegas
Set on the famed Four Corners with commanding views of the Las Vegas Strip, Tropicana Las Vegas – a DoubleTree by Hilton is a Penn National Gaming destination and boasts stylish rooms, suites and luxury villas, complete with acclaimed restaurants, premier entertainment options and a 50,000-square-foot casino. The resort redefines the expectations of today’s global travelers by providing a casually elegant experience on The Strip, all with a South Beach rhythm and vibe. The property also features Glow® a Mandara Spa and fitness center, Laugh Factory Comedy Club and restaurants such as Bacio Italian Cuisine, Oakville Steakhouse, Robert Irvine’s Public House, Red Lotus Asian Kitchen and Savor the Buffet, plus on-the-go options such as Barista Café, Fresh Mix and South Beach Food Court. For more information, visit www.troplv.com.

About Las Vegas Restaurant Week and Three Square
Las Vegas Restaurant Week began in 2007 as a way to give locals and tourists the opportunity to help out by dining out. Proceeds from Restaurant Week benefit Three Square, Southern Nevada’s only food bank. Three Square currently distributes more than 37 million meals- the equivalent of more than 45 million pounds of food and grocery product – per year to more than 1,600 community partners including nonprofit and faith-based organizations, schools and feeding sites throughout Southern Nevada. Three Square is a member of the Feeding America network of food banks. For additional information visit threesquare.org or helpoutdineoutlv.org.

Tips and Tidbits from the Food and Beverage Outlets at The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas

TIPS AND TIDBITS FROM THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE OUTLETS AT THE VENETIAN AND THE PALAZZO LAS VEGAS
NOVEMBER 2016
B&B RISTORANTE
On Friday, Nov. 18, Mario Batali’s Las Vegas chefs will select 10 recipes from Batali’s newest cookbook “Big American Cookbook” for a one-night-only dining event at B&B Ristorante at The Venetian. The “Big American Cookbook” extravaganza will feature a multi-course dinner for just 40 guests. The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. with Batali’s chefs explaining the inspiration behind each of the dishes along with special tips and techniques. Guests will also receive a signed copy of the cookbook and a special take-home surprise. This dinner is the only such dinner being held to showcase Batali’s newest collection of recipes.
The dinner will feature the following dishes with descriptions including anecdotes from the book:
Passed canapés
  • Oyster BBQ: In the book, Batali notes “oysters will tell you when they’re ready” to be taken off of the grill to pop open. For this hors d’oeuvre, the oysters will be served with lemon, butter and chipotle Tabasco.
  • Deviled Eggs: This “official” food of picnics and potlucks is one that Batali likes on the spicy side with a squirt of Sriracha on half of these “just because.”
  • Clam Rolls: These rolls are served on hot dog buns that are toasted on the griddle with butter and streaks of tartar sauce with fried whole-belly steamer clams piled high.
Table bread
  • Corn Muffins: These muffins celebrate the sweetness of the corn, enhanced by sugar and honey, for a bread that is delectable as an accompaniment to nearly any dish.
First course (plated)
  • Pierogies: The noble pierogi with its cheesy mashed potatoes stuffed in pasta dough is a favorite in Cleveland and Pittsburgh. 

Second course (plated)

  • Fisherman’s Wharf Cioppino: This San Francisco-style fish stew features clams, Dungeness crab, fish fillets and shrimp and is served in wide, shallow bowls to ensure each bowl has some of each kind of seafood.
Third course (family-style)
  • Bison Rib Eyes: Coffee is vital to this dish, bringing out a smoky, rich bitterness to the crust and transforming the meat into “something almost brooding in its complexity.”
  • Scalloped Potatoes: This dish features russet potatoes dotted with butter, drizzled with half-and-half then dusted with nutmeg, salt and pepper and baked until the inside is tender and the outside is golden brown.
  • Texas Caviar: In the ’50s, Helen Corbitt moved from New York to Dallas to take a job as a chef at Neiman Marcus. She was asked to put together an all-Texas menu. With that, she created this black-eyed pea dish as a way to cover up the flavor of actual caviar.
  • Nopales Salad: The nopal is a Mexican cactus known for its pads and is a popular ingredient in Southwestern cooking. The nopales leaves feature a unique flavor that simultaneously evokes green beans, bell pepper and okra. The salad also includes onions, tomatoes and finely chopped jalapeños.
Dessert
  • Boston Cream Pie: This Massachusetts classic’s name originated in the 1800s when it was served at the Parker House Hotel. Known for not being a pie but a cake, this dessert would gain so much popularity that it would become the state’s official dessert.
  • Grape-Nuts Ice Cream: In the New England seaboard (especially Maine) and parts of the Caribbean, Grape-Nuts is a popular mix-in to desserts. With its crunch, it makes this ice cream taste as though the cone is built right in.
The price is $135 per person and includes dinner, cocktails and an autographed cookbook by Batali. Click here to purchase tickets.
DELMONICO STEAKHOUSE
Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse at Restaurant Row is ringing in the truffle season with eight special menu items along with three new desserts from pastry chef Diane Wong.
Truffle Week at Delmonico
Delmonico is celebrating truffle season with decadent white and black truffles Nov. 7-13. The restaurant celebrates this annual event and features eight special menu items created by Chef de Cuisine Ronnie Rainwater, with wine pairings from Sommelier Dylan Amos, to accent the truffle experience.
New Desserts
Cinnamon and Sugar Churros
Salted caramel, chocolate sauce and tres leches crème anglaise
 
German Chocolate Cake

Coconut pecan frosting

Butterscotch Pudding
Praline sauce and shortbread cookies
 
LAGASSE’S STADIUM
Chef Emeril Lagasse’s award-winning sports bar, Lagasse’s Stadium at The Palazzo is getting in the fall spirit with some new menu items:
Emeril’s Select Touch of Louisiana Crab Cake; $16
Served on an apple and herb salad with lemon caper tartar sauce and Creole oil
 
Asian Salad; $10
Julienne Napa cabbage, carrot, cucumber, green onion and toasted peanuts tossed in sesame soy vinaigrette topped with crispy rice noodles
 
Lobster Grilled Cheese; $23
Sautéed lobster on Texas toast with fontina and boursin cheese
 
Grilled Marinated Free Range Chicken Sandwich; $15
Chicken breast topped with fontina cheese, tomato bruschetta and basil pesto on griddled ciabatta bread
 
Emeril’s Buttermilk Fried Chicken; $21
On jalapeño cornbread waffle with vanilla honey butter and Crystal hot sauce syrup
 
Grilled Atlantic Salmon; $25
On asparagus, artichoke hearts, sweet corn and black quinoa with a charred tomato vinaigrette
 
Truffle Shrimp and Crab Pasta; $33
Sautéed shrimp, lump crab meat with linguine tossed with truffle herb butter
 
LAVO ITALIAN RESTAURANT
LAVO Italian Restaurant at The Palazzo is introducing new cocktails along with football viewing parties on Saturdays and Sundays for both college and the NFL. In addition, Party Brunch will take over LAVO every Saturday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., bringing an indulgent food menu and expansive Champagne selection.
New Cocktails
LAVO Italian Restaurant is introducing new cocktails to their menu as well as bringing back a few favorites.
  • The Uva Bianco which was originally on the menu when LAVO opened, features Three Olives Grape Vodka, St. Germain, fresh citrus and white grapes.
  • The Lampone Fresco mixed with The Botanist Gin, Zonin Rose Prosecco, St. George Raspberry Liqueur and muddled raspberries
  • The Vecchio Stile is LAVO’s version of the Old Fashioned and uses eight-year-old Bacardi Rum instead of bourbon
  • Farewell to Arms made with Death’s Door Gin, Maraschino Liqueur, fresh grapefruit and lime juice.
Football Viewing Parties
LAVO Casino & Sports Lounge is open every Saturday for college football and every Sunday for NFL with doors opening at 9:30 a.m. Guests can watch the games on one of LAVO’s 17-big screen TVs and listen to any of the matches using the hearTV app, which allows users to stream live audio with their smartphones. Fans will also enjoy LAVO’s full menu in addition to game-day specials including LAVO-Style Nachos, Sicilian-Style Meat Lovers Pizza, Crab Cakes and Three-Foot Heroes. Adding to the ultimate game-day experience, LAVO Casino & Sports Lounge features blackjack, roulette and craps tables.
Party Brunch
Now in its sixth season, Party Brunch will take over LAVO every Saturday from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. throughout the fall and winter months. The signature event blends an indulgent food menu and an expansive selection of Champagne, with a variety of large format bottles, and music to keep the party going by a roster of resident DJs. The restaurant initially sets a vibe dining atmosphere before the room seamlessly transitions into a neon explosion of confetti showers, wild bottle-popping presentations, and weekly themes encourage guests to dress up, let loose and dance the day away.
 
PUBLIC HOUSE
Public House is a beer lover’s paradise with more than 200 selections, more than 40 aged whiskeys, scotches, bourbons and wines. The gastropub, located in The Venetian’s Restaurant Row, has launched their new fall-winter menus:
Lunch and Dinner
Roasted Beet Salad; $15
Herbed ricotta mousse, pistachios, arugula and sherry vinaigrette
Dinner
Grilled Flatbread; $16
Beer-sourdough crust, shredded short rib, roasted onion, brie, arugula and frisee
Dessert
Apple Hand Pies; $9
Rye whiskey sabayon
 
Brown Ale Creme Brulee; $9
Beer-glazed raspberries, toasted orange-coriander pound cake
Banana Banoffee Parfait; $9
Vanilla pudding, banana compote, pretzel crumble, Chantilly
TABLE 10
Emeril Lagasse’s New Orleans-style restaurant, Table 10 at The Grand Canal Shoppes, is adding new fall dishes to their menu as well as a special four-course Taste of Table 10 menu for $48 per person (excludes tax and gratuity). New menu items include:
 
Roasted Pumpkin Soup; $11
Pumpkin seed oil and pumpkin seed grissini
Honey Crisp Apple Salad; $15
Chopped kale, shaved radicchio, dried cranberries, toasted sunflower seeds and apple cider dressing
Sweet Potato Gnocchi; $16
Braised rabbit, brown butter and toasted hazelnuts
Stuffed Conchiglie; $28
Bellwether Farms ricotta and San Marzano tomato fondue
Slow-Baked Scottish Salmon; $32
Red quinoa, toasted pumpkin seeds, butternut squash and Vadouvan curry sauce
Pan Roasted Gulf Flounder; $33
Oyster, bacon and mushroom bread pudding
Salt and Pepper Crusted Ahi Tuna; $38
Shaved bok chop, daikon radish and shiitake mushrooms with tableside lemongrass and ginger broth
NOVEMBER THANKSGIVING PROMOTIONS
BOUCHON BISTRO
Bouchon Bistro located in The Venetian’s Venezia tower by world-renowned chef Thomas Keller is dishing out a delicious Thanksgiving menu:
Poitrine de Porc; $17
Crispy pork belly with red wine braised cabbage, persimmons and Bayonne ham vinaigrette
Dinde Rôtie; $45
Diestel Farms turkey with Bouchon Bakery stuffing, pumpkin croquettes, cranberry-apple relish and turkey gravy
Trio of Pies; $14
Pumpkin pie with fall spiced cream, apple pie with vanilla ice cream and pecan pie
 
BUDDY V’S RISTORANTE
Buddy V’s Ristorante at The Grand Canal Shoppes, created by TLC‘s Cake Boss Buddy Valastro, will prepare a three-course menu to enjoy on Thanksgiving Day including roasted butternut squash soup and slow-roasted turkey breast. The menu is priced at $45 per person (excludes tax and gratuity), and is also available a la carte, and includes:
 
Appetizer
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup; $10
Spiced apples, pepitas, panna dolce
Entrée
Slow Roasted Turkey Breast; $29 ($15.95- kids under 10)
Italian “dark meat” turkey sausage, pancetta-herb stuffing, roasted vegetables, whipped potatoes, cranberry relish and classic gravy
Dessert
Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake; $10
Graham cracker crust, pumpkin-peach compote
Bottle of Prosecco; $20
Wine Pairing; $30
CANALETTO
Canaletto at The Grand Canal Shoppes is rolling out a special menu dedicated to Thanksgiving, pairing traditional foods with an Italian twist. Guests can enjoy a four-course menu for$50 per person and $18 for children under 12 (requires entire table participation, and excludes tax and gratuity). An a la carte menu will also be available. Highlights include:
Prix-Fixe Menu
Antipasti
Zuppa Di Zucca
Butternut squash and russet potato soup with sage and onions, topped with grana Padano cheese crouton
Insalata
Insalata Invernale
Frisee, radicchio and endive salad with toasted walnuts, red grapes,Gorgonzola cheese and Champagne vinaigrette
Secondi (Family Style)
Tacchino Arrosto Tradizionale
Roasted turkey breast with traditional bread stuffing, cranberry sauce and turkey gravy, served with mashed potatoes, baked yams and haricots verts
Dolci
Torta Di Zucca Con Gelato
Pumpkin pie with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce, garnished with whipped cream, slice strawberry and mint
A la Carte Menu
Antipasta e Zuppe
Zuppa Di Zucca; $7.95
Butternut squash and russet potato soup with sage and onions, topped with grana Padano cheese crouton
Insalata Invernale; $13.95
Frisee, radicchio and endive salad with toasted walnuts, red grapes, Gorgonzola cheese and Champagne vinaigrette
Primi
Cappellacci Di Zucca; $18.95
Ravioli filled with butternut squash and walnuts served with tomato sauce, brown butter, Grana Padano and crispy sage
 
Risotto Mamma Carla; $ 21.95
Carnaroli rice with tiger shrimp, porcini mushrooms, shallots, Trebbiano wine and saffron
Secondi
Tacchino Arrosto Tradizionale; $27.95/15.95 (children)
Roasted turkey breast with traditional bread stuffing, cranberry sauce and turkey gravy, served with mashed potatoes, baked yams and haricots verts
Prosciutto Cotto All’Ananas; $24.95/14.95 (children)
Baked hickory-smoked ham with grilled fresh pineapple and honey mustard sauce, served with mashed potatoes, baked yams and haricots verts
Grigliata Di Pesce Con Polenta; $32.95
Mixed grill of salmon, filet of sole, prawn, scallop and calamari, topped with lemon olive oil, served with grilled polenta and sautéed seasonal vegetables
Dolci
Torta Di Zucca Con Gelato; $9.50
Pumpkin pie with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce, garnished with whipped cream, slice strawberry and mint
DB BRASSERIE
French restaurant, db Brasserie by Daniel Boulud, located in The Venetian’s Restaurant Row will create a fall-inspired menu for Thanksgiving incorporating rustic root vegetables and organic turkey. The menu is priced at $59 per person (excludes tax and gratuity) with optional $39 wine pairing option per person, and includes:
 
Autumn Salad
Mixed greens, pomegranate, pecan, shaved mushrooms, fig vincotto vinaigrette
Venison Terrine
Red wine confit shallot, pistachio, toasted sourdough
Butternut Squash Velouté
Pumpkin seeds, spiced crème fraiche
New Hampshire Organic Turkey
Chestnut stuffing, caramelized yams, Brussels sprouts, cranberry chutney, giblet gravy
Pecan Pie
Toffee, cinnamon Chantilly, butterscotch ice cream
Pumpkin Cheesecake
Spice cake, pepita brittle, bourbon caramel
 
DELMONICO STEAKHOUSE
Delmonico Steakhouse by famed chef Emeril Lagasse in The Venetian’s Restaurant Row will offer a hearty and delectable Thanksgiving dinner featuring all of the classics:
Appetizer
Butter Squash Bisque $12
Fall spiced crème fraiche and caramelized apple relish
 
Salad
Lola Rosa $16
Brûléed pears, smoked blue cheese, honey walnut vinaigrette and toasted walnuts
Entrée
Traditional Turkey Dinner $42
Roasted breast, braised leg and thigh, cornbread stuffing, stewed green beans, herb gravy and homemade cranberry sauce
Dessert
Pumpkin Trio $12
Pumpkin cheesecake, bread pudding and spiced cake with ice cream
Sides
Pecan Glazed Baby Sweet Potatoes $11
 
LAGASSE’S STADIUM
Emeril Lagasse’s award-winning sports bar, Lagasse’s Stadium at The Palazzo, will showcase a Thanksgiving meal for all sports fans to enjoy while catching the games on more than 100 HD TV’s throughout the stadium. The menu includes holiday favorites:
 
Roasted Apple and Sweet Potato Soup; $7
Cinnamon sugar crème fraiche
Turkey Po-Boy; $17
Black pepper mayo, herb stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and sweet potato fries
Oven Roasted Turkey and Homemade Truffle Gravy; $28
Focaccia bread stuffing, bacon wrapped asparagus, bourbon smashed sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce
Pumpkin Cheesecake; $9
Caramel sauce, candied pecans and fresh whipped cream
Pumpkin Pie; $7
Caramel sauce, vanilla ice cream and fresh whipped cream
 
LAVO ITALIAN RESTAURANT
On Thanksgiving Day, LAVO Italian Restaurant at The Palazzo will offer a traditional holiday menu with all of the trimmings. For $55 per person, each guest will delight in roasted turkey with coleslaw and choose from cranberry sauce, stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams, greens beans, Brussels sprouts or roasted carrots as sides for sharing.
 
MERCATO DELLA PESCHERIA
The new Mercato della Pescheria at The Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes will create a traditional Thanksgiving meal infused with pumpkin specialties to celebrate the fall season. The menu is priced at $55 per person (excludes tax and gratuity), and includes:
First Course
Pumpkin Risotto
Charcoal roasted pumpkin, Grana Padano
Second Course
Roasted Turkey
Slow roasted turkey breast, Italian greens, truffled mashed potatoes, turkey jus
Third Course
Apple Pie
Vanilla Gelato
 
MORELS FRENCH STEAKHOUSE AND BISTRO
Experience Thanksgiving the traditional way, but bigger and better in true Vegas-style. Reserve your table by Nov. 21 for eight adults or more, and Morels will carve an oven-roasted free range turkey tableside, served with a cornucopia of family-style sides including romaine heart salad, roasted butternut squash soup, brioche stuffing, glazed autumn root vegetables, yukon gold mashed potatoes, giblet gravy and housemade cranberry compote. Finish with spiced pumpkin pie with cinnamon ice cream. Guests will give extra thanks as children 12 and under are only $10 (up to eight children).
This special Thanksgiving feast is available from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., and is priced at $72 per guest and $29 for children 12 and under (excludes tax and gratuity). Guests who reserve by Nov. 19, will receive a complimentary glass of prosecco or sparking apple cider (for the kids). The family-style menu includes:
 
Hot Mulled Cider
Romaine Heart Salad
Parmesan croutons, roasted garlic Caesar dressing
 
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
Rosemary and Parmesan flan, glazed chestnut
 
Oven Roasted Free Range Turkey
Brioche stuffing
Glazed autumn root vegetables
Yukon gold mashed potatoes
Giblet gravy and housemade cranberry compote
Spiced Pumpkin Pie
Cinnamon ice cream, sweet cream
 
PUBLIC HOUSE
Public House gastropub in The Venetian’s Restaurant Row will craft an a la carte Thanksgiving menu including harvest vegetables, turkey, and a pumpkin tart, perfect for the whole family to enjoy.
Harvest Vegetable Soup; $10
Barlotti beans, 15 seasonal vegetables and seasonal ale
Beer Brined and Roasted Turkey Breast and Confit Leg; $28
Chestnut stuffing, sweet potato puree, Brussels sprouts, cranberries and barley wine gravy
Pumpkin Tart; $11
Nutmeg, Chantilly, orange pecan Florentine and rum anglaise
SUSHISAMBA
SUSHISAMBA at The Grand Canal Shoppes will be celebrating Thanksgiving with a selection of festive specials available in addition to their full a la carte menu.
 
Braised Short Rib Gyoza; $14
Kabocha purée, red shiso leaf, smoked ginger soy
Mojo Roasted Organic Turkey; $27
Linguiça quinoa stuffing, crispy Brussels sprouts
Kabocha Cheesecake; $12
Japanese whisky caramel, graham cracker crumble, vanilla bean ice cream
TABLE 10
Table 10 at The Grand Canal Shoppes will offer a specialty menu for Thanksgiving incorporating timeless classics like the roasted butter-basted organic turkey dinner and old fashion pumpkin pie along with new favorites la quercia prosciutti and persimmon salad.
 
Baked Brie en Croute; $18
Rosemary puff pastry, caramelized wild mushrooms and onions, sea salt crackers
La Quercia Prosciutto and Persimmon Salad;  $14
Wild arugula, baby frisee, toasted pistachios, point reyes bleu cheese, aged balsamic vinaigrette
Roasted Butter Basted Organic Turkey Dinner; $40
Cornbread dressing, green bean casserole, herb gravy and fresh cranberry sauce
Old Fashioned Pumpkin Pie; $11
Pecan crust, salted caramel sauce, nutmeg whipped cream
ZEFFRINO RISTORANTE
Enjoy Thanksgiving at Zeffrino Ristorante at The Grand Canal Shoppes with a vast selection available including a cold and hot station featuring cured meats, pasta salads, cheese ravioli and mashed potatoes along with a carving station serving turkey and beef tenderloin. This buffet-style menu is available from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and is priced at $49.95 per person and $25 for children (excludes tax and gratuity), and includes:
 
Cold Station
Assorted Italian Cured Meats
Assorted Grilled Vegetables
Tomato and Mozzarella
Proscuitto and Melon
Assorted Cold Roast Meats
Smoked Salmon
Assorted Italian Cheese
Fresh Fruit
Fruit Salad
Tuna Terrine
Shrimp Salad
Baked Salmon
Mix Salad
Turkey Salad with Apples and Walnuts
Hot Station
Cheese Ravioli in a Pink Tomato Sauce
Paffutelli Zeffrino
Pan Seared Chicken Breast with White Wine and Capers
Mashed Potatoes
Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Sautéed Corn and Sweet Peas
Apple and Chestnut Stuffing
Sautéed Salmon Filet with White Wine and Lemon Sauce
*Pizza Available for Children*
Carving Station
Roast Turkey with Gravy
Roast Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom Sauce
Roasted Ham with Gravy
Dessert Station
Assorted Cakes
Apple Pie
Pumpkin Pie
Traditional Pudding
Assorted Mini Pastries
 
Media Contact:
Claudine Grant
702.607.4636
Public Relations Manager
The Venetian and The Palazzo
About The Venetian® and The Palazzo® Las Vegas
Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, The Venetian Las Vegas features all-suite accommodations, exquisite restaurants by celebrity chefs and world-class entertainment and shopping. The luxury resort offers elegant suites, including standard suites that are nearly double the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room. The Venetian is home to restaurants from celebrated chefs including Wolfgang Puck, Mario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, Emeril Lagasse and Buddy “Cake Boss” Valastro. The resort also features Canyon Ranch SpaClub; a five-acre pool and garden deck; TAO nightclub; the Grand Canal Shoppes retail and dining mecca; a 120,000-square-foot casino and The Strip’s largest poker room; and more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space. For more information, visit venetian.com, @venetianvegas and facebook.com/venetianlasvegas.
The Palazzo Las Vegas takes luxury on the Las Vegas Strip to discerning new heights with the largest standard suites on the Strip, luxury shopping, world-class dining and entertainment. The all-suite resort features premier restaurants from award-winning chefs including CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Carnevino by Mario Batali, and Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse. Resort highlights include Canyon Ranch SpaClub; Azure luxury pool experience; LAVO restaurant and casino club lounge; the Grand Canal Shoppes, anchored by a flagship Barneys New York; a 105,000-square-foot casino; and more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space. For more information, visit palazzo.com, @palazzovegas and facebook.com/palazzolasvegas.
The Palazzo Las Vegas and The Venetian Las Vegas are properties of global integrated resorts developer Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE: LVS).

PHOTOS: The Palazzo Las Vegas and Nevada Restaurant Association Host The Las Vegas Epicurean Affair

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THE PALAZZO LAS VEGAS AND NEVADA RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION HOST THE LAS VEGAS EPICUREAN AFFAIR

 

On Thursday evening, May 26, the picturesque Palazzo pool deck was the site of the city’s most renowned chefs for The Las Vegas Epicurean Affair. The delicious soiree, presented by the Nevada Restaurant Association (NvRA), featured nearly 80 restaurants, nightclubs and beverage purveyors.


Recognized as one of the premier tasting events in Las Vegas, more than 2,300 guests mingled under the stars and enjoyed tastings of dishes and specialty cocktails from the illustrious restaurants of The Venetian and The Palazzo, including AquaKnox, B&B Ristorante, B&B Burger & Beer, Carlo’s Bakery, Carnevino Italian Steakhouse, db Brasserie, Delmonico Steakhouse, Hong Kong Café, Lagasse’s Stadium, Lavo Italian Restaurant, Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro, OTTO Enoteca Pizzeria, Public House, SUSHISAMBA, Table 10, and Tao Asian Bistro; as well as other local celebrated restaurants both on and off the Strip,  including The Capital Grille, Carmine’s, Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant, Hash House a Go Go, Il Mulino, Katsuya, Origin India, Shake Shack, Texas de Brazil and Triple George.


In addition to culinary delights, live band The Lift with special guest star Corinne Zarzour entertained the crowd while synchronized mermaids the Water Beauties put on a show in the main pool.Proceeds from the evening will fund NvRA’s educational and scholarship programs, including ProStart®, a national high school culinary skill and restaurant management program.

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ABOUT NEVADA RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION
Founded in 1982, the Nevada Restaurant Association is the leading business association serving the needs of food service operators in Nevada. As an affiliate of the National Restaurant Association, and together with the NvRA Educational Foundation, the Association’s mission is to promote, protect and educate the restaurant industry, which is comprised of more than 5,000 restaurant and foodservice outlets employing more than 150,000 people.

About The Palazzo® Las Vegas

For those seeking a luxurious escape, The Palazzo offers an alluring and elegant resort experience in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.  Guests enjoy chic all-suite accommodations, world-class shopping, including a flagship Barneys New York, and lavish dining experiences from renowned chefs Mario Batali, Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang Puck.   Soaring lobbies and atriums open to exclusive resort amenities, including Grand Canal Shoppes, LAVO Casino Club, Azure pool and the famed Canyon Ranch SpaClub. The resort, which is conveniently connected to The Venetian Las Vegas, features more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space. For more information, visit palazzo.com, @palazzovegas and facebook.com/palazzolasvegas. The Palazzo Las Vegas is a property of global integrated resorts developer Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE: LVS).

The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas Food & Beverage Update June 2016

TIPS & TIDBITS ABOUT THE 40+ FOOD & BEVERAGE OUTLETS IN AND AROUND THE VENETIAN AND THE PALAZZO LAS VEGAS

 THE VENETIAN

JUNE UPDATE
 
SUNDAY YOGA AND MIMOSAS AT AZURE POOL
Start your Sunday feeling peaceful by practicing yoga and sipping on mimosas at Azure Pool at The Palazzo. Join the Canyon Ranch SpaClub team as they bring their mats to the pool deck for 50 minutes of breathing, stress relief and fun through alignment in basic postures including standing, kneeling and seated positions.
Sunday Yoga is open to the public.  Cost is $20 per person and includes a mimosa.  Class starts at 10 a.m. and participants must sign up by 9:45 a.m. at Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Palazzo.  Must be 21 or older.  For more information, please call Azure at 702.767.3724
PUBLIC HOUSE SUMMER SOCIAL HOUR
Public House, located in The Venetian restaurant row, will launch its new Summer Social Hour June 1 through Aug. 31. The gastropub is a beer lover’s paradise with more than 200 selections and more than 40 aged whiskeys, scotches and bourbons. The new specials will be offered Monday through Friday from 4-7 p.m.:
Food $6:
Pork belly sliders
Country pate
Potted egg
Cheese platter – chef’s selection
Devils on horseback
Lobster mac and cheese

Drinks $4:
16oz drafts
Well drinks
House white/red wine

In addition, Public House also has three new spring menus – lunch, dinner and dessert. (Full menus at the end of this update)
 
LAGASSE’S STADIUM INTRODUCES THREE NEW MENUS
Winner of the prestigious 2016 Sports Bar of the year award at the Nightclub & Bar Awards, Lagasse’s Stadium is a favorite among fans who love to eat, drink and watch sports.
Lagasse’s Stadium scores with a thrilling atmosphere and delicious cuisine created by Chef Emeril Lagasse. The sports bar and book features stadium-style seating and more than 100 HD television screens, including a main screen that measures 9 feet by 16 feet.
Beginning June 1, Lagasse’s Stadium is pleased to introduce three new menus:
Lagasse’s Stadium “$20 Lunch Menu”
Monday – Friday, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Choice of one appetizer or dessert and one entrée:
Appetizer
  • Soup of the Day
  • Caesar salad
  • Wedge salad
Entrée
  • Stadium burger
  • Grilled chicken sandwich
  • Spicy meatloaf po-boy
  • Oyster po-boy
  • Shrimp po-boy
Dessert
  • New Orleans bread & butter pudding
  • Double chocolate brownie
  • Shake & cookies
  • NY-style cheesecake
Lagasse’s Stadium “Dog Days of Summer”
Served daily
***All $10 and served with a domestic draft beer***
Chicago dog & seasoned french fries – pickle, neon green relish, tomato, celery salt, diced onion, mustard & pickled pepper
Buffalo dog & seasoned french fries – shredded buffalo chicken topped with blue cheese coleslaw
Chili cheese dog & seasoned french fries – topped with beef chili & cheese sauce with green onion
Firecracker dog & seasoned french fries – topped with carrot, cabbage & cilantro slaw with spicy green chili sauce topped with curry yuzu aioli
 
Lagasse’s Stadium “Happy Hour Menu”
Monday – Friday, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
 $10 each
  • Caprese salad
  • Beer-battered shrimp on blue cheese coleslaw with creole tomato glaze
  • Salmon carpaccio
  • Steamed mussels in a beer broth with grilled french bread
  • Truffle prosciutto crostini with herb goat cheese
  • Beef sliders with cheddar cheese, caramelized onion & seasoned fries
  • Buffalo chicken sliders topped with blue cheese coleslaw & seasoned fries
Happy Hour Drinks
  • $5 bottled beers
  • $6 well cocktails
DELMONICO STEAKHOUSE ‘SUMMER TRIO’ DINNER MENU
Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse with New Orleans-style cuisine is introducing their “Summer Trio” dinner menu again starting June 1 featuring 3 courses for $65.

First Course (choice of one)

  • Traditional New Orleans gumbo with shrimp and andouille sausage
  • Heirloom tomato soup and a grilled ricotta cheese sandwich
  • Organic baby mixed greens salad with creole spiced croutons, sherry vinaigrette, shaved manchego cheese, teardrop tomatoes and red onions
  • Petite iceberg lettuce wedge featuring Wisconsin buttermilk blue cheese dressing, homemade apple smoked bacon and red onion
  • Beef carpaccio with parmesan reggiano, wild arugula, crispy capers and roasted garlic emulsion
  • Alaskan halibut with risotto-style black rice, court bouillon and petite greens
  • Dry-aged petite ribeye and fingerling potatoes, bourbon onions and chimichurri sauce
  • Grilled Prime boneless NY strip with olive oil, sea salt, roasted garlic and asparagus
  • Mushroom-crusted petite filet medallions featuring mushroom & panko bread crumb crusted with apple bacon, homemade Worcestershire sauce and parmesan cheese

Second Course (choice of one)

  • Alaskan halibut with risotto-style black rice, court bouillon and petite greens
  • Dry-aged petite ribeye and fingerling potatoes, bourbon onions and chimichurri sauce
  • Grilled Prime boneless NY strip with olive oil, sea salt, roasted garlic and asparagus
  • Mushroom-crusted petite filet medallions featuring mushroom & panko bread crumb crusted with apple bacon, homemade Worcestershire sauce and parmesan cheese

Third course (choice of one)

  • Caramel butter cake
  • Vanilla double cream
  • Banana cream pie parfait with caramel sauce, chocolate shavings, whipped cream and graham cracker crumbs
  • Pecan pie made with oatmeal shortbread crust, vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce
OTTO PIZZERIA E ENOTECA SUMMER MENU ADDITIONS
Mario Batali’s OTTO Pizzeria e Enoteca is known for its diverse menu featuring thin crust Roman-style pizzas, antipasti meats and cheeses, salads, pastas and main dishes. Located in St. Mark’s Square inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, OTTO Pizzeria e Enoteca is celebrating summer with two new menu items:
  • Sugar snap peas with pecorino for $10
  • Linguine served with saffron, tomato and mussels for $23 
CARNEVINO SPRING MENU ADDITIONS
This spring, Carnevino Italian Steakhouse at The Palazzo is taking the finest and freshest ingredients of the season to create an ever-changing menu for food lovers. The dishes will be available through the end of June.
New dishes for spring include:
 
Lamb sausage with sorrel, pickled garlic and pea tendrils
House made lamb sausage, mixed with a medley of spices, the sausage is topped with a vibrant salad consisting of sorrel, sorrel flowers and pea shoots and tossed in a zesty charred chive vinaigrette.
Mussels with peas and prosciutto
Tender mussels sautéed with savory prosciutto, peas and tomatoes in a flavorful brodo of white wine and tarragon and served with crispy fett’unta bread.
Duck egg with asparagus, radish and sorrel
This dish features a robust duck egg served over a spring salad with asparagus and sorrel. The salad is dressed in a seasonal citrus vinaigrette with an egg placed delicately over crispy fett’unta then topped with fresh-shaved horseradish and cracked black pepper.
Stracciatella with lonza, peas and mint
With creamy stracciatella cheese encircled with robust peas and savory lonza, the beans are also dressed in rustic rosso lambrusco red wine vinaigrette. The dish is finished with olive oil and black pepper.
Butter lettuce with spring vegetables and herb vinaigrette
Tender butter lettuce tossed with julienned carrots, radish, red onion and asparagus and served with freshly shaved ricotta salata and brilliant citrus vinaigrette.
Artichoke agnolotti with ricotta salata and lemon
This dish includes artichokes cooked in butter, onion and cream to achieve exquisite flavor and tenderness. After puréeing, the filling is handcrafted into agnolotti pasta then finished with lemon butter sauce. The last touch is a sprinkle of ricotta salata, lemon zest and crispy artichoke slices.
 
Dungeness crab crespelle with ricotta, lemon and basil
Start with creamy house made ricotta that is folded with hand-picked Dungeness crab, fresh herbs and asparagus that is then used as the filling inside the house made crespelle. Finally, the dish is garnished with fresh crab, baby cress, butter and more asparagus.
Pappardelle Verde with duck ragu
Wide ribbons of house made pappardelle noodles infused with stinging nettle, resulting in an unforgettable flavor and distinct color. The noodles are tossed with a ragu of braised duck, white wine, tomato and sage and topped with parmigiano reggiano.
Gnocchi with green garlic pesto and peas
Begin with petite house made potato dumplings. The gnocchi is tossed with a radiant green garlic pesto with peas and pea shoots then topped with dazzling borage flowers, which are edible and possess a taste reminiscent of cucumber.
Wild Gulf Shrimp with riso nero, smoked pork and peas
Ample pan seared shrimp, served over black Italian rice known as riso nero. These beautiful shrimp are sautéed in an assortment of peas, garlic, white wine and smoked pork belly. The final touch includes green onion slivers.
English Peas with spring onion and spicy pork
Blanched colorful English peas and served with spring onions, fresh lemon zest, butter and a touch of olive oil.
Fiddlehead Ferns with gremolata
Fiddleheads are blanched for tenderness, then topped with an aromatic gremolata of lemon zest, herbs and mouthwatering garlic.
Charred Ramps
A seasonal delight. The dish is kept elegantly simple by charring the ramps alla piastra, then adding olive oil, salt, pepper and a hint of lemon.
B&B BURGER & BEER NEW TUESDAY PATIO MENU
B&B Burger & Beer, with its 2,000-square-foot outdoor patio on the Grand Canal at The Venetian facing Las Vegas Boulevard, offers the ultimate al fresco dining experience. Now, it launches a new special Tuesday-only patio menu, exclusively for its outdoor guests.
The new menu comprises a collection of dishes and cocktails showcasing what B&B Burger & Beer does best: Mario Batali and his team’s playful interpretation of classic American fare with the dishes, the featured draft and can beers, each priced at $5. Dishes include: 
  • Disco Fries D’Giorno
  • Drive Thru Slider
  • Shishito peppers with romesco
  • Chicken wings: served with blue cheese & our signature hot sauce
  • Hummus w/ pita bread
  • Pigs in a Blanket 
The new menu will be available every Tuesday starting May 31 until Sept. 6, and served 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and again from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m.
 
FATHER’S DAY
ESPRESSAMENTE ILLY
Bring Dad to Espressamente Illy for Father’s Day and he will receive 50% off any coffee drink. One drink per father. Espressamente Illy, located in The Palazzo’s waterfall atrium, is an Italian café that offers the ultimate java experience with the most premium coffee beverages and a wide variety of pastries, gourmet breakfasts,  lunch panini’s, soups and salads.
YARDBIRD SOUTHERN TABLE & BAR
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is gearing up for Father’s Day with a special dish for dad:
Fried chicken & ribs special includes two pieces of fried chicken, ribs, mac and cheese and a biscuit for $35.
The Miami-born restaurant, famous for its farm fresh ingredients, offers guests a southern-style menu. Fan favorites include fried green tomatoes, deviled eggs, chicken ‘n’ watermelon ‘n’ waffles, charred okra, Lewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken and smoked backyard chicken.
 
OTTO PIZZERIA E ENOTECA
Mario Batali’s OTTO Pizzeria e Enoteca is getting in the spirit for Father’s Day by offering 2 for 1 Peroni beer for dads all day.
 
DINING FOR A CAUSE
 
NEGRONI WEEK
The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegasare once again joining restaurants, bars, and food trucks across the globe for Negroni Week, June 6 – 12, in an effort to raise money for charity.
 
Proceeds from Negroni cocktail sales at Bellini Bar at The Venetian, Fusion Mixology Bar at The Palazzo and Laguna Champagne Bar at The Palazzo will benefit Safe Nest, Nevada’s largest and most comprehensive charity devoted solely to domestic violence issues.
Participating restaurants at The Venetian and The Palazzo include Delmonico, Table 10, Canaletto Ristorante and AquaKnox.  
 
Last year more than 3,500 venues around the world mixed their favorite Negronis and raised more than $320,000 for charitable causes.
 
RESTAURANT WEEK
 
LAS VEGAS RESTAURANT WEEK RETURNS JUNE 6-17
Twelve restaurants at The Venetian and The Palazzo are participating in this year’s Las Vegas Restaurant Week, a celebration of dining out for a cause, June 6-17. The annual event helps raise money for Three Square Food Bank in its fight to end hunger in Southern Nevada.
 
Each restaurant will feature a special prix-fixe menu, with a portion of the proceeds helping to feed hungry people in the community – with each single donation supplying meals for as many as 18 people.
 
The following restaurants are participating this year:
  • Aquaknox at The Venetian
  • B&B Burger & Beer at The Venetian
  • B&B Ristorante at The Venetian
  • Canonita at Grand Canal Shoppes
  • Carnevino Italian Steakhouse at The Palazzo
  • Delmonico Steakhouse at The Venetian
  • LAVO Italian Restaurant at The Palazzo
  • Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at The Palazzo
  • OTTO Pizzeria e Enoteca at Grand Canal Shoppes
  • Rockhouse at Grand Canal Shoppes
  • Table 10 at Grand Canal Shoppes
  • TAO at The Venetian
For additional information (and full menus), visit threesquare.org or helpoutdineoutlv.org.
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Savor the Tastes and Signature Creations of the City’s Most Renowned Chefs at the Las Vegas Epicurean Affair at The Palazzo May 26

PALAZZO

SAVOR THE TASTES AND SIGNATURE CREATIONS OF THE CITY’S MOST RENOWNED CHEFS AT THE LAS VEGAS EPICUREAN AFFAIR AT THE PALAZZO MAY 26

 

The Las Vegas Epicurean Affair returns to The Palazzo® on Thursday, May 26, 2016. The soiree, sponsored by the Nevada Restaurant Association (NvRA), features nearly 80 of the finest restaurants and nightclubs from around the city, along with a premier selection of libations.


Guests at the Las Vegas Epicurean Affair will spend the evening poolside at The Palazzo indulging in the best cuisine and cocktails offered from establishments both on and off The Strip.

“The Las Vegas Epicurean Affair is a must-attend event for anyone who wants the opportunity to taste food from the finest chefs, all for a great cause,” said Sebastien Silvestri, vice president of food and beverage for The Venetian and The Palazzo.

Participants include AquaKnox, B&B Ristorante, B&B Burger & Beer, Carlo’s Bakery, Carnevino Italian Steakhouse, db Brasserie, Delmonico Steakhouse, Hong Kong Café, Lagasse’s Stadium, Lavo Italian Restaurant, Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro, OTTO Enoteca Pizzeria, Public House, SUSHISAMBA, Table 10, and Tao Asian Bistro, to name a few.

Proceeds from the evening will fund NvRA’s educational and scholarship programs, including ProStart®, a national high school culinary skill and restaurant management program.


“We are thrilled to present this event, which for 33 years has provided Las Vegas the opportunity to help fund the educational dreams of high school students interested in culinary careers,” said NvRA president and CEO Katherine Jacobi. “It is an amazing occasion to enjoy many of the great restaurants that have made Las Vegas a culinary destination.”

The Las Vegas Epicurean Affair is open to the public and will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at The Palazzo pool deck with VIP admission at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale and can be purchased at www.palazzo.com or any box office at The Venetian and The Palazzo. Tickets for the event start at $110 plus service charge. Must be 21 years or older.


ABOUT NEVADA RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION
Founded in 1982, the Nevada Restaurant Association is the leading business association serving the needs of food service operators in Nevada. As an affiliate of the National Restaurant Association, and together with the NvRA Educational Foundation, the Association’s mission is to promote, protect and educate the restaurant industry, which is comprised of more than 5,000 restaurant and foodservice outlets employing more than 150,000 people.

About The Palazzo® Las Vegas
For those seeking a luxurious escape, The Palazzo offers an alluring and elegant resort experience in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Guests enjoy chic all-suite accommodations, world-class shopping, including a flagship Barneys New York, and lavish dining experiences from renowned chefs Mario Batali, Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang Puck. Soaring lobbies and atriums open to exclusive resort amenities, including Grand Canal Shoppes, LAVO Casino Club, Azure pool and the famed Canyon Ranch SpaClub. The resort, which is conveniently connected to The Venetian Las Vegas, features more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space. For more information, visit palazzo.com, @palazzovegas and facebook.com/palazzolasvegas. The Palazzo Las Vegas is a property of global integrated resorts developer Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE: LVS).

The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas Food & Beverage Update March 2016

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The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas 
Food & Beverage Update March 2016
TIPS & TIDBITS ABOUT THE 40+ FOOD & BEVERAGE OUTLETS IN AND AROUND
THE VENETIAN AND THE PALAZZO LAS VEGAS

 

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MARCH MADNESS

 

The most famous college basketball tournament kicks off March 15 and The Venetian and The Palazzo have several places to watch the NCAA tournament.

 

LAGASSE’S STADIUM
Chef Emeril Lagasse’s kicked-up menu and the venue’s 9 foot x 16 foot main screen (and more than 100 other screens), makes Lagasse’s Stadium the perfect place to watch March Madness.
This menu is a slam dunk:
  • Tomahawk bone-In 32 oz. ribeye with mashed potatoes $82
  • Surf ‘n’ turf tomahawk bone-In 32 oz. ribeye with mashed potatoes, grilled shrimp with garlic herb butter $92
  • Chilled Alaskan king crab legs with clarified butter & our kicked up cocktail sauce per lb. $65
  • Truffle jumbo lump crabmeat & shrimp tossed in linguini $42
  • Salmon carpaccio with ponzu vinaigrette, diced jalapeño & tomato salsa $15

 

TABLE 10
Table 10 is getting in the spirit of March Madness with an extensive selection of bourbon, scotches and whiskies, including Pappy van Winkle. The snack bar will feature a daily rotation selection of innovative dishes using the freshest local and unique ingredients available that day.

 

PUBLIC HOUSE  
Public House is a beer lover’s paradise with more than 200 selections, including 24 on tap and three seasonal cask beers from artisanal cask brewers and a beer-inspired menu. Fans will score on March Madness with this special menu:
Bracket Buster Platter $22, *$30 with 2 regular draft beers
  • Potato skins, stuffed with porter-braised short rib, gruyere cheese, bleu cheese fondue, crispy shallots (2pc)
    • Beer-brined chicken wings, Calabrian chili glaze, gorgonzola dip (6pc)
    • Chips n Dip – House-made kettle chips, truffle-sweet onion dip

     

ROCKHOUSE
March Mayhem will be in full swing at Rockhouse, located in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo. From Thursday, March 17 through Sunday, March 20, the restaurant is offering both half-day and full-day premium open bar packages to fans.  Sports lovers will enjoy an open bar with access to Rockhouse’s revamped selection of craft beers in addition to wines and spirits plus game-day favorites like jalapeño poppers, fried pickles and Philly cheese steak sliders. With more than 80 HDTVs, you’ll never miss a shot. Half-day tickets (8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or 4 p.m. to close) are $125, and full-day tickets are $200. Guests can purchase tickets at: http://events.therockhousebar.com/

 

ST. PATRICKS DAY

 

TABLE 10
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Table 10 with green beer specials all day, March 17.

 

PUBLIC HOUSE  
You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy Public House’s traditional St. Patrick’s Day menu:
  • Corned beef and cabbage, beer-braised with baby carrots, pee wee potatoes and an IPA-grain mustard sauce – $26
    • 12oz draft green beer – $3
    • 12oz Guinness draught – $4
    • Irish car bombs – $4                 

 

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MORELS FRENCH STEAKHOUSE & BISTRO
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at The Palazzo is launching a new Wine Flight Passport Program that allows guests to sample unique red wines from around the world, some rarely found by the glass. Exclusively offered at the Wine Spectator award-winning Morels, the program features sommelier selections from the state-of-the-art enomatic wine dispensing system.

 

On March 1, guests will be able to purchase their passport for $5. Every time a guest buys a glass of wine, they will receive a stamp and for every 10 glasses bought, guests will receive a complimentary glass of wine. Wine selections include:
  • Tignanello 2011 from Italy
  • Chianti Badia a Passignano Antinori from Italy
  • Penfolds Bin 407 cabernet from Australia
  • Rust en Vrede cabernet from South Africa
  • Vanishing Point Napa cabernet
If a guest completes the passport with all 24 stamps by May 31, he or she can enter to win a magnum bottle of Bruno Paillard Champagne.

 

“The passport program is designed to broaden the experience for our guests. They can enjoy a new glass they’ve never had at the bar or on the patio with a cheese and charcuterie plate or at dinner and pair with one of our steaks,” said Morels’ wine director Alexandre Brard. “Now instead of traveling the world on airline flights, guests can explore through wines from around the world.”
TABLE 10
Table 10 at The Palazzo will unveil a new spring version of the four course $48 Taste of Table 10 on March 21. The menu spotlights Chef de Cuisine James Richards’ favorite spring flavors and the freshest ingredients of the season. And, as always, guests can listen to live music on Fridays and Saturdays from 7-10 p.m.

 

PRIMEBURGER
Primeburger, located in The Venetian Grand Canal Shoppes, specializing in burgers, crafted fries, shakes and spirits is offering 20% off the check for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

UNLVINO’s BUBBLE-LICIOUS
Bubble-licous returns to The Venetian Thursday April 14 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. This year’s festivities will once again feature a variety of champagnes, sparkling wines and a tasting menu from The Venetian and Palazzo’s outstanding collection of restaurants, all artfully staged in the resort’s scenic Doge’s Palace plaza.
Tickets are $100 in advance; $125 at the door. Tickets at http://bit.ly/1nTaKks.

 

VEGAS UNCORK’D by Bon Appétit
Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétitcelebrates its 10th anniversary April 28 through May 1 with extravagant soirees and a world-class lineup of renowned chefs. The Venetian and The Palazzo are offering the following culinary experiences:

 

CHEF ‘S MYSTERY DINNER
Join The Venetian for a mystery dinner hosted by star chef Emeril Lagasse to celebrate the Vegas Uncork’d 10th anniversary at a special Instagram-worthy location that has yet to be announced. We aren’t giving away all the details just yet, but this will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for lucky guests, elevating dining in Las Vegas to a new level. Follow @vegasuncorkd for clues to unlock the secret location for this special dinner April 28. Score your seat here now.

 

TAO AT THE VENETIAN AFTER-HOURS SAKE & SUSHI
Experience the ultimate in Vegas nightlife in an exclusive setting Thursday April 28. Keep the party alive after hours, and indulge in sommelier-selected sake tastings, passed hors d’oeuvres, sushi, and a premium open bar. The ultra-cool Loft Space at TAO will be buzzing with energy and the perfect place to celebrate the night’s events with other Vegas Uncork’d attendees, celeb chefs, and editors. As a bonus, attendees will get complimentary access to TAO’s exclusive nightclub after the event.

 

BRUNCH & BUBBLES AT THE BOSS’ HOUSE
Enjoy brunch in epic style at Buddy V’s Ristorante at The Venetian Saturday April 30. Hosted by “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro’s operating partners, famed Las Vegas husband and wife team Chef Kim Canteenwalla and restaurateur Elizabeth Blau, of CNBC’s Restaurant Startup, the over-the-top brunch will feature classic favorites, complemented by elaborate seafood stations, a caviar ice bar, bottomless bubbles, build-your-own bloody mary bar, a decadent dessert display and much more. Guests will be treated to stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip and an Italian brunch the entire famiglia will enjoy – like a boss!

 

The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas Food & Beverage Update February 2016

 The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas
FOOD & BEVERAGE UPDATE
February 2016

TIPS & TIDBITS ABOUT THE 40+ FOOD & BEVERAGE OUTLETS IN AND AROUND

THE VENETIAN AND
THE PALAZZO LAS VEGAS
WHERE TO WATCH THE BIG GAME:
 
The biggest day in Football is Sunday Feb. 7 and we have several places for fans to eat, drink and get their game on:
 
LAGASSE’S STADIUM
 
Voted Top 10 Sports Bar in the US by USA Today and Gayot, Lagasse’s Stadium is the perfect place to see your favorite teams battle it out. With more than 100 HD TVs including a 9 foot x 16 foot main TV, luxury boxes and plush stadium style seating combined with Emeril Lagasse’s signature cuisine and kicked up game day eats, you’ll never have to choose between great food and the Big Game. Don’t need a Hail Mary with Big Game special menu:
  • Tomahawk Bone-In 32 oz. ribeye with mashed potatoes and garlic herb butter, $82
  • Surf ‘N’ Turf Tomahawk Bone-In 32 oz. ribeye  with mashed potatoes, grilled shrimp and garlic herb butter, $92
  • Chilled Alaskan king crab Legs with clarified butter & our kicked-up cocktail sauce, $65 per lb.
  • Seared Maine sea scallops on creamy polenta with black truffle oil and lemon gremolata, $44
  • Enjoy pitchers of Bud Light for $15 and buckets of Bud Light for $25.
PUBLIC HOUSE
Public House is located in Restaurant Row at The Venetian featuring more than 200 premier ales, IPA’s and stouts, wine and spirits paired with a sumptuous menu of pub favorites made with gourmet flair. Football fans are in for a treat as the gastropub will feature a Big Game Specials including:
 
Pigskin Platter $22 (or $30 with 2 regular draft beers)
  • Potato skins, stuffed with beer braised pork belly, gruyere cheese, green onion aioli, crispy shallots (2pc)
  • Beer brined chicken wings, Calabrian chili glaze, gorgonzola dip (6pc)
  • Chips n dip, house made kettle chips, truffle-sweet onion dip
CANYON RANCH SPACLUB
 
Chill out with Canyon Ranch SpaClub and relax during football’s biggest weekend with their Super Spa Weekend, Feb. 5 – 7: 
BUDDY V’S RISTORANTE
 
Buddy Valastro of TLC’s Cake Boss is serving up family recipes with some super specialsto go along with the Big Game, starting at 1pm in the Bar & Lounge. For $39 fans will enjoy an All-You-Can-Eat afternoon featuring:
  • Grandma’s meatballs with marinara & parmesan
  • Hoboken Italian sub with tomato-olive tapenade
  • Buffalo-style wings and blue cheese dressing
  • “Sausage & peppers” pizza with fontina & herb ricotta
  • Mini cannolis – cinnamon pastry, sweet ricotta, chocolate drops & pistachios
  • Italian cookies – chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, strassberger, vanilla sprinkles, almond, biscotti
A LA CARTE OPTIONS:
  • Hoboken Italian sub with tomato-olive tapenade $15

  • Buffalo-style wings and blue cheese dressing $10.95
  • “Sausage & peppers” pizza with fontina & herb ricotta $16
BUCKET OF BEERS
  • 6 for $20  mix & match – Bud, Bud Light, Newcastle, Coors Light, Michelob Ultra, Corona
TAO
 
Join Tao as the landmark nightclub opens its doors during the day for the TAO Bowl Viewing Party. The game will be shown on multiple screens with two ticket options:
 

1. $75 per person, which includes open bar from,

2-5 p.m.

2. $135 which includes open bar from 2-5 p.m. and the Asian Emperors buffet for the duration of the game.

(Prices subject to change) (full menu at the end of this release)

LAVO
 
LAVO Restaurant and LAVO Casino Club are getting ready to tackle the crowds with their game day delights. Fans can watch the game and enjoy
 an open bar & gourmet Italian buffet. The game will be shown on more than 30 TVs with two ticket options:
  • $85 per person, includes open bar from 2-5 p.m.
  • $170 per person, includes open bar from 2-5 p.m. and the    gourmet Italian buffet for the duration of the game.
PLEASE NOTE: **Guests who purchase open bar/buffet will be limited seating available. Guests must buy a table to guarantee seating.**
 
(Prices subject to change) (Full menu at the end of this release) 
ANCHOR BAR
 
Anchor Bar, located in Grand Canal Shoppes food court, will be showing the Big Game live.  The Home of The Original Buffalo Wings invites you to join them for a bucket of wings and some ice cold beer. Reservations are recommended as seating is limited, 702.545.0050.
ROCKHOUSE
 
Go big or go home! Starting at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7, Rockhouse will offer an open bar package with guaranteed seating for the Big Game. For $200, guests will enjoy an open bar, guaranteed seating, $25 in food credit and raffle prizes. 
 
Guests can also reserve entire tables at Rockhouse. Reservations are recommended. Rockhouse is also pleased to introduce the new fried avocado tacos. Slices of avocado are deep-fried, then wrapped in corn tortillas with chipotle slaw, 
pico de gallo and sour cream,  served up for $9.95.
IBURGERS                                                      
 
Iburgers at The Palazzo will be a popular place to watch football’s Big Game.  Specials include:
  • Food:  Wings with a choice of 3 different sauces plus a special burger meal designed around each team playing.

  • Drinks: Pitchers of all 24 beers on tap from $15 to $1 Buckets of bottled beer will be $22 or $27. A shot special $5
There will also be giveaways and contests throughout the game. Reservations can be made for groups of 2-20. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required to finalize the reservation.  Reserved seating for the game will begin at 2:30 p.m.  **Bar seating is first come, first served.
DELMONICO STEAKHOUSE
 
Chef Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse will be showing the Big Game in the bar area while serving up daily specials throughout the weekend, including Tomahawk prime rib along with steakhouse favorites such as bone-in ribeye, filet mignon, and roasted Maine lobster tail.
VALENTINE’S DAY:
The best way to show your love this Valentine’s Day is with something delicious. We have some suggestions to make your hearts soar:
 
CARLO’S BAKERY
 
Say it with sweets! Carlo’s Bakery features all of your Valentine’s Day treats including:
  • Chocolate-covered strawberries
  • Valentine’s Day heart cookies
  • Chocolate-covered strawberries
  • Heart-Shaped chocolate mousse cake
  • Valentine’s Day cakes and cupcakes
SUSHISAMBA
 
SUSHISAMBA Las Vegas Executive Pastry Chef Michael Outlaw has launched a selection of new desserts, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Sweet additions include:
  • Tapioca Con Leche – a coconut-infused tapioca with citrus crèmeux,caramelized miso brioche and pineapple confit.
  • Chocolate Sata Andagi composed of Peruvian chocolate ganache, red fruitcoulis and sweet cream ice cream.
  • Soya Pasión – a soy ‘cloud’, graham crumbs, strawberry gelée, mango passion sorbet.  
SUSHISAMBA will also celebrate with a selection of chef-curated Valentine’s Day dishes. To book a reservation, call 702.607.0700.
ZEFFIRINO
 
Zeffirino, located in the Grand Canal Shoppes, is getting in the Valentine’s Day spirit with a special 4-course menu, available for $90 per person:
~Antipasto~
Appetizers:
(choice of one)
 
Gamberoni al Vapore
Steamed jumbo shrimp served with cocktail and aurora sauce
Bocconcini di Mozzarella alla Caprese
Fiordilatte Mozarella – Kumato tomato – marinated olives – bell pepper – basil oil
Proscuitto di San Daniele com Melone
Proscuitto San Daniele – cantaloupe melon – parmigiano reggiano-petit greens
 
~Primi Piatti~
Pasta Course:
 
Pafutelli Zeffirino
Homemade pasta – Filled with veal, cheese or fruit – creamy pesto sauce
Or
Gnoccki di Patate al Granchio
Homemade potato gnocchi – crabmeat – brandy – tomato sauce
 
~Secondo~
Entrée
(choice of one)
 
Branzino Champagne Con Capperi
Pan-seared Chilean sea bass – pea tendril – garlic champagne sauce-cranberry and cherry tomato
OR
Filetto con Salsa di Vendemmia
USDA Prime filet mignon – wine – grapes – pine nuts – Sangiovese reduction – glazed carrots and gratin.
 
~Dolce~
Dessert
Italian specialty dessert
White chocolate heart with raspberry coulis
 
*Al la carte menu also available
AQUAKNOX
 
You won’t be fishing for a thank you this Valentine’s Day when you go to Aquaknox Global Water Cuisine. The seafood restaurant is shelling out the very best with their delicious menu:
 
 
Appetizers:
Crab Cake Duo – blue crab, king crab, spicy banana ketchup, white soy ginger aioli
$19
Tartar de Corazones – filet, hearts of palm, artichoke heart, celery heart, winter truffle,
quail egg, brioche
$19
 
Entrees:
New Bedford Sea Scallops – duck roasted brussel sprouts, baby artichokes, mattake mushrooms, smoked salmon caviar, bulls blood
$49
Ribcap Surf and Turf– grilled ribcap, stuffed Lobster tail, crispy white rose potatoes,
sea asparagus, Lambrusco demi-glace
$69
DELMONICO
Wine and dine your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day at Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse. Enjoy Valentine’s Day specials such at Japanese pumpkin bisque, seared sea scallops and desserts such as chocolate soup and assorted chocolate truffles. (menu attached at end of this release). 
 
CANYON RANCH SPACLUB
 
Couples who eat healthy together, stay together. Canyon Ranch SpaClub Grill will have your heart racing with a new healthy menu filled with love, February 12 – 14:
 
 
First Course
Watercress and endive salad with Roquefort and walnuts
Chopped shallots and black pepper, Champagne and Dijon vinaigrette
 
Second Course
Petite prime grass-fed New York steak and king crab
basil pesto, sweet potato puree
 
Dessert
Trio Tasting
Chocolate mousse, crème brulee and strawberry Charlotte
*Includes 1 complimentary glass of Champagne
$35 per person/$60 per couple
Hong Kong Café  
   
The new Hong Kong Café at The Palazzo is the perfect place to celebrate Chinese New Year. This new dining hotspot brings one of the world’s most vibrant cities to life in Las Vegas with time honored service and eclectic mix of Asian cuisine with Western fare. The warm welcoming atmosphere is the closest you can get to Hong Kong without being there.
 
Hong Kong Café  CNY Special  Menu
(Menu will be served from 2/05 through 2/12/2016)
 
Winners Daily Soup                                        $8.95
A MUST have for all casino players
祝君常勝利 (發菜大利蠔豉湯)
 
Golden Crispy Chicken                                   $32 / Half
Crispy-fried until golden brown, served with five spices pepper and sea salt.
紅運照當頭 (當紅炸子鷄)
 
Sun Dried Golden Oyster with Sea Moss      $98.00
Slow-braised with black mushroom in oyster sauce
發財添好市 (髮菜蠔豉)
 
Asian Pork Knuckle Stew                               $38.00
(served in clay pot)
Slow-cooked with Chinese herbs, served with crispy lettuce 
横財兼就手 (豬手生菜)
 
Buddha Feast Creation                                  $32.00
Sautéed seasonal vegetables with ginger juice
如意喜吉祥 (羅漢齊上素)
 
Firecracker Manila Clams                              $38.00
Infused with Chinese white wine, fish paste and spicy roasted pepper
富貴顯年年 (辣酒煑大蜆)
 
Roasted Pork Belly                                         $32.00
Flavored with sweet preserved vegetables
家肥添屋潤 (梅菜扣肉)
 
The Lamb                                                       $38.00
Pan-fried lamb with cumin
喜事樂洋洋 (孜然爆羊肉)
 
Sea Cucumber                                                $128.00
Sautéed with ginger and scallion
心想事事成 (薑蔥爆海參)
 
Baby Bok Choy in Fish Stock                        $28.00
Poached baby bok-choy in fish stock
年年慶有餘 (鱼汤浸菜苗)
 
Live Lobster with Superior Broth                  Market Price
Braised with shredded ginger and scallion
大笑嘻嘻哈 (汤焗龍蝦)
 
Emperor’s Treasure (for 4ppl)                       $268.00
Braised whole abalone, sea cucumber, prawns, fish maw,  dried scallops, poached chicken, roasted pork belly, roasted duck and black mushroom.
聚寶玉滿盆 ( 亁隆一品煲 )
PUBLIC HOUSE     
 
Public House is celebrating the Lunar New Year with a special of crispy beer-braised pork belly bao buns, with pea tendrils, cucumbers, green onion, hoisin sauce, sweet chili sauce, and peanuts (2 per order) for $8.88, along with wine and beer pairings to complement the dish. 
 
Pairings: 
Dr. Loosen – $10 by the glass
Grand cru, Rodenbach -$13, 10 oz.
Hazelnut brown -$10, 12 oz.
DB BRASSERIE
     
Chef Daniel Boulud’s db Brasserie is serving up some Chinese New Year delights. Specials include:
  • Lobster and pork belly fried rice

  • Star anise and maple-marinated duck breast a l’orange
HEART MONTH
 
SUSHISAMBA
The menu at SUSHISAMBA Las Vegas offers a selection of heart -healthy dishes that are as delicious as they are nutritious. Sashimi, a classic Japanese dish composed of the freshest fish sliced into thin pieces by expert sushi chefs, has been named a vital part of a raw diet by LiveStrong and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The protein-rich dish is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are instrumental in lowering risks of cardiovascular disease. Try the chef’s inspiration Samba Sashimi, which features three different selections of fish.
 
FULL MENUS:
 
TAO Asian Emperor’s Buffet
(TAO BOWL VIEWING PARTY)
 
COLD

TAO temple Salad
chicken Caesar salad
Sake Poached Shrimp Cocktail
Mixed Fruit Salad
Assorted Sushi
HOT

Kalbi Prime Rib with Sapporo “gravy”
Wagyu Chili with sourdough bread bowls
Spicy BBQ Spare Ribs
Salt and Pepper Shrimp
Buffalo Hot Wings
Assorted Focaccia Pizza
Pork Belly Fried Rice
Crispy Togarashi French Fries
Orange Chicken

SANDWICHES

 

Kobe Sliders
Hot Dog sliders
6 foot BBQ pork Bahn Mi Sandwich
 
Assorted Desserts
 
LAVO Gourmet Italian Buffet
(LAVO Bowl Viewing Party)
 
Spicy Scarpariello Chicken Wings
Roasted Garlic ,Rosemary
 
Grilled Baby Lamb Chops Fresh 
Mint, Balsamic Glaze
 
Smoked Tomato Barbecue Pork Ribs
 
Sausage, Peppers and Onions 
San Genaro Style
 
Kobe Meatballs in 
Grandmas Gravy
 
Chicken Parmigiano, Pesto Drizzle
 
Garlic Fries Arrabbiata
 
Herb Crusted Italian Roast Prime Ribs 
Craved with Perioni Sauce
 
Sautéed Mussels Fra Diavalo 
with Pancetta ,Fried Parsley
 
The Endless Shrimp Cocktail Bowl 
with all the Fixings
 
Italian Green Bean, Potato and 
Red Onion Salad
 
“The Wedge” Iceberg Lettuce, 
    Gorgonzola Cheese and Tomatoes.
 
The Super Sub, Six Foot 
Salami, Prosciutto, Soprasata, Provolone, 
    Turkey, Pepperoncini Hero.
 
The Pizza Station, 
Three Different types of Pies Non Stop
 
Fried Calamari with Lemon
and Cherry Peppers
 
Assorted Cookies , Fruit Salad , Sliced Cakes
 
Hotdogs
About The Venetian® and The Palazzo® Las Vegas
Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, The Venetian Las Vegas features all-suite accommodations, exquisite restaurants by celebrity chefs and world-class entertainment and shopping. The luxury resort offers 4,028 elegant suites, including standard suites that are nearly double the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room. The Venetian is home to restaurants from celebrated chefs including Wolfgang Puck, Mario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, Emeril Lagasse and Buddy “Cake Boss” Valastro. The resort also features Canyon Ranch SpaClub; a five-acre pool and garden deck; TAO nightclub; the Grand Canal Shoppes retail and dining mecca; a 120,000-square-foot casino and The Strip’s largest poker room; and more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space. For more information, visit venetian.com, @venetianvegas and facebook.com/venetianlasvegas. takes luxury on the Las Vegas Strip to discerning new heights with more than 3,000 suites, including the largest standard suites on the Strip, luxury shopping, world-class dining and entertainment. The all-suite resort features premier restaurants from award-winning chefs including CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Carnevino by Mario Batali, and Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse. Resort highlights include Canyon Ranch SpaClub; Azure luxury pool experience; LAVO restaurant and casino club lounge; the Grand Canal Shoppes, anchored by a flagship Barneys New York; a 105,000-square-foot casino; and more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space. For more information, visit palazzo.com, @palazzovegas and facebook.com/palazzolasvegas
The Palazzo Las Vegas and The Venetian Las Vegas are properties of global integrated resorts developer Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE: LVS).

The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas Present a Foodie’s Dream, Carnival of Cuisine, on June 5

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THE VENETIAN® AND THE PALAZZO® LAS VEGAS PRESENT A FOODIE’S DREAM, CARNIVAL OF CUISINE, ON JUNE 5

 

The Venetian® and The Palazzo® Las Vegas welcome the return of Carnival of CuisineFriday, June 5, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This year, the popular culinary spectacle will be held poolside at The Palazzo pool deck and will feature a special visit by celebrity chef Mario Batali.

 

This celebrated annual event showcases award-winning cuisine from the distinguished restaurants of The Venetian and The Palazzo. Restaurant partners already confirmed for this year’s Carnival of Cuisine include Aquaknox, B&B Burger & Beer, B&B Ristorante,  Bouchon, Buddy V’s Ristorante, Café Presse, Carlo’s Bakery, Carnevino, db Brasserie, Lagasse’s Stadium, LAVO, Otto Pizzeria, Public House, Table 10, TAO, Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, and ZINE Noodles Dim Sum. Guests will be invited to indulge in lavish tastings on the luxurious pool deck of The Palazzo.

 

General Admission tickets are $100. VIP tickets are $150 and include an early entry at 5 p.m. Grazie Members save $25 on tickets to this event. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased in person at any Venetian or Palazzo Box Office, by phone at 702.414.9000 or online at venetian.com or palazzo.com.  For more information on Grazie call 877.2GRAZIE or 702.414.4116. Guests must be 21 or over to attend Carnival of Cuisine.

 

ABOUT THE VENETIAN LAS VEGAS
Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, The Venetian Las Vegas features all-suite accommodations, exquisite restaurants by celebrity chefs and world-class entertainment and shopping. The luxury resort offers 4,028 elegant suites, including standard suites that are nearly double the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room. The Venetian is home to restaurants from celebrated chefs including Wolfgang Puck, Mario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, Emeril Lagasse and Buddy “Cake Boss” Valastro. The resort also features Canyon Ranch SpaClub; a five-acre pool and garden deck; TAO nightclub; the Grand Canal Shoppes retail and dining mecca; a 120,000-square-foot casino and The Strip’s largest poker room; and more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space.  Dynamic live entertainment includes concert headliners at The Venetian Theatre;  ‘80s rock musical “ROCK OF AGES;” Motown favorites from the multi-platinum quartet Human Nature; and the all-female comedy series LIPSHTICK – THE PERFECT SHADE OF STAND UP. For more information, visit venetian.com@venetianvegas and facebook.com/venetianlasvegas.

 

ABOUT THE PALAZZO LAS VEGAS

The Palazzo Las Vegas takes luxury on the Las Vegas Strip to discerning new heights with more than 3,000 suites including the largest standard suites on The Strip, luxury shopping, world-class dining and entertainment. The all-suite resort features premier restaurants from award-winning chefs including CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Carnevino by Mario Batali, and Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse. Resort highlights include Canyon Ranch SpaClub; Azure luxury pool experience; LAVO restaurant and lounge; the Grand Canal Shoppes,  anchored by a flagship Barneys New York; a 105,000-square-foot casino; and more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space. Live entertainment at The Palazzo includes “FRANK – The Man. The Music.,” a must-see theatrical tribute to the life and music of Frank Sinatra. For more information, visit palazzo.com@palazzovegas and facebook.com/palazzolasvegas.

The Venetian And The Palazzo Las Vegas Toast To St. Patrick’s Day With Celebratory Food And Drink Specials

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THE VENETIAN AND THE PALAZZO LAS VEGAS TOAST TO ST. PATRICK’S DAY WITH CELEBRATORY FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS

 

The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas are honoring the luck of the Irish in Sin City on Tuesday, March 17 with fantastic specials for guests to enjoy, whether or not they find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. St. Patrick’s Day partygoers can revel in Irish-inspired fare, deals on festive drinks and additional emerald goodies.

BELLINI BAR, BOURBON ROOM, FUSION LATIN MIXOLOGY BAR, LAGASSE’S STADIUM, LAGUNA CHAMPAGNE LOUNGE AND THE LABEL
All six of these signature Venetian and Palazzo hot spots will offer St. Patrick’s Day drink specials to celebrate the holiday in style. Special beverage offerings include a Jameson Irish Whiskey and Bud Light combination pour ($15); Jameson Irish Whiskey and ginger ($10); and Jameson Irish Whiskey shot ($9). In addition, Jameson Irish Whiskey models will be hanging out at each location, adding to the fun with complimentary goodies including t-shirts, hats and beads.

 

PUBLIC HOUSE
Have a lively St. Patrick’s Day experience at one of Las Vegas’ best beer paradises, Public House. In celebration of the beer-centered holiday, Public House has curated a special Irish beer flight for $15 that offers delicious tastes of Ireland. The flight includes Murphy’s Irish Stout, Brooklyn Dry Irish Stout, Innis and Gunn Irish Cask and Harp.  Guests are also invited to treat themselves to a classic Irish dish, with a special house made corned beef and cabbage ($22) available for the holiday. Reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling 702-407-5310.

YARDBIRD SOUTHERN TABLE & BAR
The Venetian’s recently opened Southern eatery will offer a Southern spin on traditional Irish food along with festive drinks. In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, Yardbird will serve a savory spicy crawfish bake paired with cornbread, red bliss potatoes, Andouille sausage and corn on the cob. At $26 per lb. it’s the perfect dish to share over drinks with friends and family. The dish is followed with a sweetly delicious Baileys Irish Cream milkshake, perfectly blended with chocolate ice cream, chocolate sauce, Baileys Irish Cream and whipped cream ($12). In addition, guests can indulge in a signature 3 Point shot, a blending of Baileys Irish Cream, Jameson Irish Whiskey and Gunshot Stout ($13). Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 702-297-6541.

 

 

ABOUT THE VENETIAN LAS VEGAS®
The Venetian Las Vegas is one of the world’s most iconic resort and convention destinations. Recreating Venice’s legendary landmarks, the LEED® EB Gold-certified luxury resort offers unmatched service and quality for leisure and corporate guests. With suites ranging from a standard 650-square-foot Luxury Suite to the luxurious 10,000-square-foot Chairman Suite, the all-suite resort boasts more than 4,000 of Las Vegas’ most lavish accommodations.  In 2014, TripAdvisor named The Venetian the world’s most extraordinarily designed hotel. The Venetian‘s standard suite is nearly double the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room, prompting it to be featured in the Guinness Book of World Records as the “largest standard hotel room in the world.” Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, The Venetian features extensive services for meetings and conventions, in addition to world-class leisure amenities, like Grand Canal Shoppes®, an indoor streetscape complete with gondolas and singing gondoliers; the award-winning Canyon Ranch SpaClub®; best-in-class casino gaming; exquisite restaurants; and a wide variety of entertainment including the party musical “ROCK OF AGES,” Motown® headliners Human Nature, and the all-female comedy series LIPSHTICK – THE PERFECT SHADE OF STAND UP. Guests can earn points while they eat, sleep, shop and play with Grazie, the premier loyalty program. The Venetian and its sister resort, The Palazzo Las Vegas, hold the distinction of being the first-ever Alliance Resorts in the InterContinental Hotel Group® global portfolio. For additional information, visit venetian.com, follow on Twitter @venetianvegas and interact on Facebook at facebook.com/venetianlasvegas.

 

ABOUT THE PALAZZO® LAS VEGAS
With more than 3,000 spacious suites, luxury shopping, world-class dining and entertainment, the Silver LEED®-certified Palazzo Las Vegas literally takes luxury to new heights.  Ranked as one of the top 25 hotels in the U.S. and Canada in Travel + Leisure “World’s Best Awards,” the Forbes Travel Guide Four Star-Award winning resort is highlighted by a flagship 85,000-square-foot Barneys New York. Grand Canal Shoppes® at The Venetian and The Palazzo features  more than 160 luxury boutiques, specialty brands and world-class restaurants nestled around a charming and faithful reproduction of Venice’s Grand Canal, complete with cobbled walkways, street side cafes and live entertainment. Signature brands include Jimmy Choo, Diane von Furstenberg, Christian Louboutin, Kenneth Cole, Dooney & Bourke, Hervé Léger and Swarovski.  The all-suite resort offers plush and opulent accommodations ranging from a Luxury Suite at an unprecedented 720 square feet to the 8,000-square-foot Chairman suite with private terraces and plunge pools.  The Palazzo also offers a variety of cuisines from a collection of award-winning chefs such as Carnevino by Mario Batali, CUT by Wolfgang Puck and Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse. Other unique offerings include “FRANK – The Man. The Music,” a theatrical production honoring the life of Frank Sinatra; the chic dining and nightlife hotspot, LAVO; the world’s largest Canyon Ranch SpaClub; the ultimate sports bar, sportsbook and restaurant on the Strip, Lagasse’s Stadium; and Prestige at The Palazzo – an exclusive space designed to offer the sophisticated traveler an elevated level of services and amenities. Guests can earn points while they eat, sleep, shop and play with Grazie, the premier loyalty program. The Palazzo and its famed sister resort, The Venetian Las Vegas, are the first ever Alliance Resorts in the InterContinental Hotel Group global portfolio. For additional information, visit The Palazzo website at palazzo.com, follow on Twitter @palazzovegas and interact on Facebook at facebook.com/palazzolasvegas.

Touchdown at MGM Resorts International Restaurants and Bars During the 2014 Football Season

TOUCHDOWN AT MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANTS AND BARS DURING THE 2014 FOOTBALL SEASON

The restaurants and bars at MGM Resorts International properties have a winning game plan for dining out this football season. Venues at Bellagio, ARIA , MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Monte Carlo, Mirage, New York-New York and Luxor will offer great food and drink selections in a variety of fun locations. Whether guests are looking for a great spot to watch the game, affordable drink specials or delicious game day food offerings, each resort has it covered.

Show-off your touchdown dance at the following MGM Resorts locations:

Bellagio

  • Snacks features signature tailgate dishes and classic football party fare inspired by various football teams. The rotating roster of menu items includes jumbo Chicago-style hotdogs, pulled pork nachos and Southwest turkey burgers.

ARIA

  • FIVE50 Pizza Bar scores an extra point with its all-you-can-drink beverage specials. A draft beer package featuring Goose Island and Sin City IPA is available for $25 and a package that includes draft beer and your choice of Jack Daniel’s Sinatra or Don Julio 1942 is offered for $35.
  • Guests won’t miss game-winning touchdowns at Lift Bar where four additional big screen televisions provide a 360-degree football viewing environment.

MGM Grand

  • Michael Minas PUB 1842 during all games. Specials include:
    • Monday – $8 Jack Daniel’s cocktails and $5 Stella Artois draughts;
    • Thursday – $8 Don Julio cocktails, $5 Goose Island draughts and $12 beer and shot special featuring Don Julio and Goose Island draught;
    • Saturday and Sunday – $20 Bottomless Absolut Bloody Marys and $8 Absolut cocktails as well as a variety of beer specials.
  • Game time means heading for football-inspired food specials at TAP such as the Touchdown T-Bone, featuring a red chili rubbed 16 ounce steak, breakfast fat fries and two eggs made to guests’ liking; and the Chop Block Burrito, made with chili, scrambled eggs, crispy Fritos, pico de gallo and shredded Tillamook cheddar cheese.
  • Hecho en Vegas and Turf Sports Bar will offer select draught beers for $5 and game day cocktails such as the Absolut Cheerleader, You Don’t Know Jack, Honey or Don Julio Margarita for $8.

Mandalay Bay

  • Guests can kick back at Sports Book Grill with the Super Fan Combo made up of crispy chicken wings and a Bud Light for $12 or a Fiesta Combo with chili cheese nachos and a Corona.

Monte Carlo

  • The Pub at Monte Carlo doesn’t pull any trick plays with The Pub Liquid Brunch. Here, guests can indulge in an all-you-can-eat-buffet for $18, an all-you-can-drink special for $35 and an all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet for $45, Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Mirage

  • BLT Burger aims to keep fans cheering with buckets of five Budweiser, Bud Light or Michelob Ultra bottles for $20.

New York-New York

  • The drink specials offered at Coyote Ugly and Pour 24 will get fans’ heads in the game with a Jack Daniel’s shot and Bud Light for $10; Don Julio Blanco shot and Bud Light for $12; and a Jack Daniel’s Honey shot for $6.
  • Center Bar and Bar At Times Square offers a Don Julio Blanco Shot and Bud Light for $12 and a choice of Jack Daniel’s and cola or Absolut Vodka Red Bull for $8.
  • Nine Fine Irishmen will offer buckets of five Bud Light bottles for $25 as well as Absolut Bloody Marys for $8.

Luxor

  • Public House does tailgating in style with its specialty Tailgate Menu. Dishes such as Barbecue Pulled Pork Potato Skins, Loaded Fries, Hot Link Corn Dog Basket, Slider Six Pack and more will make guests feel like they are at the stadium.

MGM Resorts’ restaurants and bars have the home-field advantage when it comes to watching the games this season. This is just a sampling of the specials that help guests welcome back football like a pro.

Score a Goal with World Cup Specials at MGM Resorts International Restaurants

Once the first whistle blows to signal the start of the highly anticipated World Cup, visitors and locals alike can choose from a power shot of celebratory offerings at MGM Resorts restaurants. Talented chefs and bartenders from, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, The Mirage, Monte Carlo, Luxor and Excalibur have created victorious fare and libations made for titleholders.

ARIA

  • FIVE50 Pizza Bar,the industrial-chic casual concept by renowned chef Shawn McClain serves up wood-fired pizzas, flavorful small plates, artisanal charcuterie, international cheeses, seasonal salsas, handmade pastas and decadent desserts as well as more than 50 craft beers. FIVE50 is located next to the Race and Sports Book and will broadcast the World Cup games on televisions centrally positioned above the main bar.
  • Julian Serrano, the authentic Spanish tapas restaurant serving small plates ideal for sharing, will be honoring the World Cup with half priced glasses of their signature sangrias during all games. Available in red, white or sparkling, this traditional celebratory beverage is sure to inspire cheers as the players duke it out on the field.

MGM Grand

  • PUB 1842, the casual tavern-style eatery by Celebrity Chef Michael Mina will be an ideal place to watch every play. In honor of the restaurant’s one-year anniversary, all burgers and a food and beer pairing weekly-special will be available for $18.42 and a PUB 3-course dinner for $30 including half-sized nachos and a choice of burger, cookie and shake will round out the lineup of specials.
  • TAP Sports Bar will allow fans to soak in all the action in real time alongside a great roster of menu items. Don’t miss a kick with 60 HD flat screen TVs, local and seasonal craft beers and a comfortable, high-energy atmosphere fit for any championship game. TAP’s summer specials include: a refreshing Watermelon Salad made with Tanaka Farms watermelon, summer tomatoes, peppered arugula, red onions, Feta cheese and white balsamic vinaigrette; Copper River Salmon served with summer sweet corn, smashed fingerling potatoes, and marinated baby tomatoes; Rib-eye marinated in TAP’s special seasoning served with summer sweet corn on the cob; and a Cherry Pie Shake made with Amarena cherries and topped with double chocolate fluff, red velvet streusel and a pie crust twist.

Mandalay Bay

  • Guests can keep the hype up all month long with the Beer Passport Program where beers representing World Cup participating countries will be available in KUMI, Red Square, Citizens Kitchen & Bar, Mandalay Bay Sports Book, eyecandy sound lounge & bar, Mizuya, and Mandalay Bay Beach. Guests who purchase these specialty beers will get their passport stamped and may enter their completed passports into a drawing for a grand prize. As an added bonus, some purchases will be accompanied by giveaways or entry into a raffle. Guests may pick up a passport at participating venues.

The Mirage

  • Guests can enjoy the championship game with a viewing party inside the Terry Fator Theatre with a variety of packages available with featured drink and fare combinations including El Jimador Fresca Paloma, Jack and Coke, Heineken, soft drinks, popcorn, soft pretzels, nachos, hamburgers and hot dogs.
  • BLT Burger will feature a $5 Michelado red beers made with Corona draught, Clamato juice, lime juice, Tabasco and pepper served in a salt-rimmed glass with ice and a lime all month in honor of the tournament.

Monte Carlo

  • With a selection of more than 300 beers and 35 televisions, The Pub at Monte Carlo is a prime location to cool down as the soccer frenzy heats up. An extensive menu of juicy burgers, sandwiches, salads and appetizers, as well as drink specials, will be available to fuel guests as they cheer their team to victory during each game.

Luxor and Excalibur

  • Guests who want to pamper their palates can sip on a variety of game-time libations. Bars at Luxor and Excalibur will feature Patron cocktails and margaritas, beer and Patron shot specials and $25 mix and match buckets of beer including Bud, Bud Light, Corona and Heineken.
  • Public House will offer an international menu of specialty dishes inspired by the teams playing in the tournament. To complement menu selections, guests may sip on $6 Heineken draughts, Patron cocktails and margarita specials, $5 Bud Light draughts and $8 Budweiser commemorative bottles.

This is a mere sampling of the offerings created to celebrate the World Cup at MGM Resorts restaurants.

 

KICK OFF THE “BIG GAME” WITH SPECIALS AT MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANTS

KICK OFF THE “BIG GAME” WITH SPECIALS AT MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANTS

Eat Like a Champion with Football Specials Available Sunday, February 2

 

MGM Resorts International a> restaurants will be the headquarters for great football fare offering an extensive lineup of “Big Game” specials Sunday, Feb. 2. Fans can rush to ARIA,MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay,Mandalay Bay,Monte Carlo,Luxor,New York-New York and Circus Circus Las Vegas to enjoy dining specials fit for winners while catching the exciting action of every play.

Catch the Big Game at the following locations:

Mandalay Bay

  • THEcafé at THEhotel will punt it out of the stadium with game-inspired dishes including Moroccan-Spiced Chicken Wings and the Big Game Burger.
  • Rounding out the lineup, Raffles Café will offer the Big Game Breakfast featuring  Philly-style scrambled eggs loaded with shaved prime rib, sautéed green peppers and onions on a bed of golden hash browns topped with cheddar cheese sauce and the Big Game Raffle Sandwich made with boneless buffalo chicken wings, Applewood smoked bacon and pepper jack cheese.

The Mirage

  • Guests can take a time-out inside BLT Burger with two menus representing the teams battling it out in the biggest football game of the year. Appetizers and juicy burgers inspired by Seattle and Denver will be available beginning Tuesday, Jan. 28. BLT Burger will track the sales of each and the results will be posted before Sunday’s game to see if the spirited menu items predict the actual winner.
  • STACK Restaurant & Bar will feature an all-you-can-eat Big Game menu priced at $75 per person. Offerings include Warm Pretzels, Classic Sliders, Old Bay Crab and Spinach Dip and King Crab Jalapeno Tacos and more. Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. on game day and reservations can be made by calling 702.693.8300.

Monte Carlo

  • The Pub at Monte Carlo will pump up the crowd with the All-You-Can-Eat Package for $60 and the All-You-Can-Eat-and-Drink Package for $125. With a selection of more than 300 beers, it is a prime location for the football frenzy. Table reservations are available by calling 702.730.7421 or visiting the hostess stand at the restaurant.
  • Guests can scrimmage inside BRAND Steakhouse & Lounge with game day specials beginning at 2 p.m. Menu items include Chili Cheese Dip, Wings, Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, New York Sirloin and Brooklyn Filet. Reservations can be made by calling 702.693.8300.
  • Andre’s Restaurant & Lounge’s menu items created in honor of the Big Game include Spicy Chicken Wings, Shrimp Cocktail Platter, Assorted Cheese Plate and more. This feast, fit for a quarterback, is priced at $180 plus tax and gratuity.

New York-New York

  • Guests can head down field to The Sporting House Bar & Grill to indulge in the Bottomless Bar Package featuring an all-you-can-eat buffet with build-your-own nacho and baked potato stations, hot dogs, bratwursts, chili with cornbread and novelty ice cream bars. Packages range from $195 to $225 and every seat in the house offers a prime view of the game.

Luxor

  • Fans can land in the end zone of Public House to view the game while splurging on the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Game Day Package featuring a full array of enticing fare served buffet-style for $160 per person plus tax and gratuity. Items include Italian sausage and peppers with hoagie rolls, beef, chicken and pulled pork sliders, assorted foot-long sub sandwiches and loaded potato skins.

Circus Circus

  • Guests won’t fumble by checking out The Garden Grill for a pizza and pitcher of Bud Light for $26 as well as Budweiser, Bud Light, Bud Light Lime and Michelob specials at The West Bar and The Garden Grill Bar. Drink specials include: bottles for $3 each; buckets of four bottles for $11; and a bottle with select shots for $7.

ARIA

  • FIVE50 Pizza Bar, the industrial-chic casual concept by renowned chef Shawn McClain serves up wood-fired pizzas, flavorful small plates, artisanal charcuterie, international cheeses, seasonal salads, handmade pastas and decadent desserts as well as more than 50 craft beers. FIVE50 is located next to the Race and Sports Book and will be broadcasting the Big Game on televisions centrally positioned above the main bar.

MGM Grand

  • PUB 1842, the casual tavern-style eatery by Celebrity Chef Michael Mina playfully blends unexpected flavors and textures into classic American pub favorites. Named for the year modern Pilsner beer was invented, PUB 1842 offers more than 60 ales, pilsners, stouts and lagers making it a great place to fuel the cheers during the Big Game.

Race and Sports Books

  • Food and drink specials abound throughout the Race and Sports Books at MGM Resorts International properties. Each offers prime viewing of the Big Game and convenience for those wishing to place last-minute bets.

This is a sampling of the many offerings across MGM Resorts’ restaurants in honor of the Big Game. No matter the yard line, any of these stops are sure to keep the crowds rumbling from kick-off until the clock runs out.

Motley Brews Supports Nevada’s Growing Craft Beer Community with Third Annual Great Vegas Festival of Beer

Motley Brews

Motley Brews Supports Nevada’s Growing Craft Beer Community with Third Annual Great Vegas Festival of Beer

What:  An impressive lineup of more than 50 local and regional breweries will feature more than 200 craft beers for festival goers to taste throughout this year’s event. During the festival, Motley Brews and Nevada Craft Brewers Association (NCBA) will premier the NCBA’s first-ever collaboration beer – Pyrite Pale Ale –which will serve as the festival’s official brew.

When:
Saturday, April 27

2 to 7 p.m.

Where:
Sunset Park

2601 E. Sunset Rd Las Vegas, NV 89120

Who:
Brian Chapin
, Motley Brews founder
Details: Las Vegas’ largest celebration of craft beer, the Great Vegas Festival of Beer, returns for its third year providing a taste of Nevada’s craft beer culture.

In addition to the hundreds of craft beers, reggae-rock sensation One Pin Short will headline the afternoon with their mix of reggae, punk, hip-hop and metal. The group has shared the stage with national acts including Slightly Stoopid, Fishbone and Bowling for Soup. Strung Out Sessions will also provide a mix of electric and acoustic guitars paired with driving melodies inspired by musical sensations such as Alice N’ Chains and the Stone Temple Pilots.

General admission tickets for the festival are $40 at the door. A portion of the event’s ticket sales benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas and NCBA. All tickets will provide guests with samples of any festival beer while supplies last. Food will also be available for purchase from local food trucks, including Sausagefest with their gourmet sausages and sandwiches, Smoking Sam’s BBQ and Flying Monkey showcasing Asian fusion cuisine. In addition, all tickets provide a complimentary ride for ticket holders and their vehicle through Designated Drivers, Inc.

The Downtown Brew Festival is sponsored by Mark Taylor, Public House, Land Rover, Whole Foods Markets, Levy Restaurants, DRAFT Magazine and KOMP 92.3.

About Motley Brews:
Founded in 2010, Motley Brews was created for both beer fans and breweries to share their passion for fine brews. The organization hosts beer-centric festivals and events designed to bring a local flavor to thousands of Las Vegans who thirst for good times and great beer. Motley Brews is a firm believer in giving back to the local community with each festival always benefiting a deserving local non-profit organization.

Get the latest news on all Motley Brews events by following on Facebook (Motley Brews) and Twitter (@MotleyBrews).

The Gauntlet Has Been Thrown: The Venetian® And The Palazzo® Las Vegas Look To Crown A Culinary Victor

THE GAUNTLET HAS BEEN THROWN: THE VENETIAN® AND THE PALAZZO® LAS VEGAS LOOK TO CROWN A CULINARY VICTOR 

It’s On!  New ‘Culinary Clash’ master chef competition pits the best Las Vegas Chefs in an interactive experience, unfolding over four weeks

 

The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas have announced CULINARY CLASH, a new competition for the resort’s famed team of chefs.  This four-week competition will result in the rise of a new legend on The Las Vegas Strip – The VENETIAN VICTOR, winner of the first CULINARY CLASH master chef competition.

The late-evening competition hosted by local lifestyle celebrities Claudine Grant and Robin Leach, unfolds from 10pm until 2am on Nov. 29, Dec. 7, 14 and 21.  It is open to all sous chefs and chefs de cuisine at the 30+ restaurants located inside The Venetian and The Palazzo, including Sushi Samba, Table 10, First Food, TAO, Aquaknox, Zine, Lagasse Stadium, Carnevino, Public House, Valentino, Delmonico, B&B, Rattlecan,  LAVO, Otto Enoteca, and Bouchon.

Chefs will be challenged to create recipes using ingredients provided in a “mystery basket,” to be prepared in mobile “food truck” kitchens, located on the Las Vegas Strip at The Venetian’s Doge’s Palace plaza.  The head-to-head clash will be broadcasted live on a giant screen on The Venetian Clock Tower for all audience members to appreciate.  Each chef’s creation will then be available for sampling.

Culinary Clash will give guests the occasion to experience Italian-inspired food and drinks while joining in a festive holiday outdoor party.  Each cooking battle will be highlighted with street entertainment, DJ music and an after party provided by TAO.

Expect plenty of surprises, including guest appearances by The Venetian and The Palazzo’s celebrity chefs, who will head the prestigious judging panel:

  • Round 1 – Nov. 29 – Chef Emeril Lagasse
  • Round 2 – Dec. 7 – Chef Mario Batali
  • Round 3 –  Dec. 14  (Semifinals ) Chef Sammy DeMarco
  • Round 4 – Dec. 21 (Finals)  Surprise Chef TBA

At the conclusion of the Culinary Clash, the surprise chef and prestigious judging panel will crown a victor chef.  This Venetian Victor and a guest will receive a trip to Italy, the inspiration behind The Venetian.

“This event is going to be a lot of fun,” said Sebastian Silvestri, vice president of food and beverage at The Venetian and The Palazzo. “And what better place to host such a competition than Las Vegas, which has become one of the greatest food cities in the world.”

In fact, Much of The Venetian’s  fame comes from its reputation as a culinary capital of the Las Vegas Strip. Hosting nine James Beard Award-winning chefs and their restaurants, more than any other property in Las Vegas, millions of guests have found culinary inspiration at The Venetian and The Palazzo.

The event is part of Winter in Venice™, the second-annual celebration of the winter holiday season on the Las Vegas Strip, dubbed “A Gift of The Venetian.”  With 50 days of seasonal experiences throughout both resorts, Winter in Venice is the ultimate destination for Christmas in Las Vegas, running Nov. 18, 2012 through Jan. 6, 2013.

In 2012, Winter in Venice will feature a new marquee element, an exclusive six-week run of “Mannheim Steamroller Christmas in Las Vegas, by Chip Davis,” featuring beloved and iconic holiday music in The Palazzo Theatre.    In addition, a schedule of memorable Italian-inspired experiences will include a nightly enchanting winter parade, whimsical tree-lighting ceremonies, a stunning new 3D light projection shows, an elaborate Winter in Venice fantasy scene in The Palazzo Waterfall Gardens, and – a fan favorite – the return of the picturesque skating rink above The Venetian’s romantic outdoor Grand Canal.

In its first year, Winter in Venice captured the attention – and the hearts – of visitors around the world, including Travel + Leisure magazine.  In fact, the prestigious publication touted the Winter In Venice skating rink in its feature on the “world’s coolest skating rinks.”  The article, which shared a short list of the magazine’s favorite venues, said:  “Some of the coolest [rinks] can be found where you’d least expect them—say, in the desert. The Venetian [in Las Vegas] debuted a rink in 2011, complete with a holiday-theme light show. It now touts a package deal that combines a skating session with an outdoor gondola ride—only in Vegas, indeed”.

The best way to experience Winter in Venice is by staying overnight at The Venetian or The Palazzo, taking advantage of additional experiences available to resort guests.  Overnight stays begin at $149 per night, plus tax and resort fee. Additional package options include:

  • The “Winter in Venice Prestige Package,” includes special experience upgrades, including a picture-perfect holiday “Elf tuck in” for families.  Other amenities include a private check-in desk experience with champagne, nightly complimentary holiday cocktail reception, and complimentary continental breakfast, afternoon tea and coffee, and evening hors d’oeuvres. Packages start at $279 per night, based on a two-night minimum stay.

Overnight guests also receive Passaporto di Winter in Venice, which includes specials for skating, retail, dining, entertainment and spa, with offers valued at more than $1,000.  For those who book an upgraded suite (including the Winter in Venice Prestige Package), a Premiere Passaporto di Winter in Venice will feature additional exclusive offers increasing the value to more than $1,400.

A seasonal Winter in Venice cocktail menu, including holiday-inspired spiced cocktails such asGondolier Blanco, Da Vinci Remedy, and Pom Proseccowill be available throughout the resort lounges, including The Bourbon Room, Zebra Lounge, Bellini Bar, Fusion Mixology Bar and Laguna Champagne Bar.

Holiday-themed menus and specials will be offered by select world-class restaurants throughout the holiday including Aquaknox, B&B, Bouchon, Canaletto, Canyon Ranch Café, Delmonico, FIRST Food & Bar, Grand Lux Cafe, Pinot Brasserie, Postrio, Table 10, LAVO Italian Restaurant and Valentino.

For more information on Winter in Venice or these exclusive suite packages, please visit venetian.com or palazzo.com.

About The Venetian Las Vegas®

The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino, the largest property in the country to receive AAA’s Five Diamond and the coveted Forbes Travel Guide Four Star awards, is one of the world’s most luxurious resort and convention destinations. Recreating Venice’s legendary landmarks, the LEED® EB Gold (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)-certified resort offers unmatched service and quality for leisure and corporate guests. With suites ranging from a standard 650-square-foot Luxury Suite to the luxurious 10,000-square-foot Chairman Suite, the all-suite resort boasts more than 4,000 of Las Vegas’ most lavish suite accommodations.  Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, The Venetian features The Grand Canal Shoppes®, an indoor streetscape complete with gondolas and singing gondoliers, the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, world-class gaming, exquisite restaurants, a wide variety of entertainment such as “Soul2Soul with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill,” the party musical “ROCK OF AGES,” showroom headliners including David Spade, Rita Rudner, Tim Allen and Joan Rivers and extensive convention and corporate services. Guests can earn points while they eat, sleep, shop and play with Grazie, the premiere loyalty program, which rewards guests with the ease and usability of just one card and one program. The Venetian and its sister resort, The Palazzo Las Vegas, are the first ever Alliance Resorts in the InterContinental Hotel Group® global portfolio. For additional information, visit venetian.com, follow on Twitter @venetianvegas and interact on Facebook at facebook.com/venetianlasvegas.

Photos: Brittany Snow and Ali Landry at Azure at The Palazzo

Actresses Brittany Snow and Ali Landry were seen enjoying the #luxelife at the boutique pool @AzureVegas at The @PalazzoLasVegas today. Ali sipped mojitos on a daybed with her husband while Brittany partied nearby with friends in a secluded cabana, discussing what to order for dinner later that night at Public House at The Venetian.

 

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Photo credit: Robyn Andrzejczak / ISPhotography