PHOTOS: Vegas Golden Knights-inspired items at local businesses
Businesses around Las Vegas have shown their support for the Golden Knights, including on food!
Carl's Donuts has Golden Knights-inspired donuts.Photo by: Courtesy OTORO Robata Grill & Sushi has transformed its signature dessert to commemorate Vegas Golden Knights’ star goalie, Marc-Andre Fleury. The Pineapple Snow is made with a pineapple upside-down cake, pineapple shaved ice, vanilla bean gelato and vanilla sauce and is then finished with a chocolate hockey stick, puck and Golden Knights logo.Photo by: MGM Resorts International STRIPSTEAK guests sporting their favorite Golden Knights jersey will receive a complimentary Golden Knights-themed dessert.Photo by: MGM Resorts International The FleurBurger at Fleur by Hubert Keller is now available. The burger is stacked high with Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, grilled abalone mushroom and pomme frites on a brioche bun. Plus, guests wearing a Marc-Andre Fleury jersey who purchase the FleurBurger receive a complimentary beer.Photo by: MGM Resorts International The Still is celebrating the Golden Knights’ quest for the Stanley Cup with the 24-Karat Gold Wing, crispy chicken wings tossed in their signature wing sauce and coated with edible gold; and a spirited, spiked milkshake mixed with Makers Mark, hazelnut liqueur, vanilla bean gelato, chocolate and caramel sauce, graham cracker dust, an Oreo cookie rim and topped with coconut foam.Photo by: Anthony Mair The Still is celebrating the Golden Knights’ quest for the Stanley Cup with delicious Golden Knight-themed dishes such as the VGK Brownie Pucks, deep-fried brownies shaped into hockey pucks.Photo by: Anthony Mair Aurora celebrates the Vegas Golden Knights with The Golden Night cocktail available daily. It is made with Woodford Reserve bourbon, blackberry liqueur, agave, lemon juice and gold.Photo by: MGM Resorts International Guests can honor the Golden Knights’ goalie with a decorative shake ($15). The adult milkshake is blended with Goldschlager, Fireball cinnamon whiskey, pineapple juice, vanilla custard ice cream, and topped with a rich, chocolate cupcake, chocolate covered Oreo and gold sprinkles.Photo by: MGM Resorts International Celebrate the Vegas Golden Knights wins like a high roller with Zuma Las Vegas’ newest off-menu item—the Golden Toro Maki. Priced at $125 a roll, it consists of chopped blue fin tuna, tempura flakes and takuan (pickled daikon), and topped with toro (fatty tuna), fried ginger, 24-karat gold leaf and oscietra caviar. Each roll contains 8 pieces and while it’s not on the menu, it is available upon request.Photo by: Zuma Las Vegas The Underground, The Mob Museum’s new Prohibition history exhibition featuring a speakeasy and distillery, introduces the “Knightcap,” its first cocktail in honor of the Vegas Golden Knights. A twist on a popular 1920s-era drink called The Gold Rush, the Knightcap features The Mob Museum’s house-distilled moonshine infused with Ginger Jake, fresh lemon juice, egg white and brown sugar simple syrup served up in a classic coupe glass garnished with edible gold dust. Normally priced at $12, the Knightcap will be offered at half-price during all 2018 Stanley Cup Final games.Photo by: Vox Solid Communications Great Buns Bakery is showing its support for the Vegas Golden Knights with cookies. Photo by: Great Buns Bakery Vegas Golden Knights doughnuts debuted at Krispy Kreme in February and should be available at all Las Vegas locations through the playoffs. Photo by: Krispy Kreme Ethel M Chocolates offers the Vegas Golden Knights Classic Collection. Photo by: Ethel M Chocolates The McFleury burger is available at Naked City Pizza on Paradise. Photo by: Christopher Palmeri Manan Bakery made this special cake resembling a Vegas Golden Knights jersey. Photo by: Manan Bakery Freed's Bakery made a 300-pound cake for a Golden Knights player, which was featured on "Vegas Cakes."Photo by: Freed's Bakery