Here is the latest roundup of restaurant news from around the Las Vegas valley:
1. All PT's Taverns , including PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Company, Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar, will offer a “grate” deal on three-cheese flatbread pizzas, priced at $8, all day on Sept. 5 in honor of National Cheese Pizza Day.
2. Trevi Italian Restaurant is offering its signature cheese pizza for just $10 on Sept. 5 and Slice of Vegas in The Shoppes at Mandalay Bay is offering a 12-inch cheese pizza for just $5. And, Giordano's at Bocca Park will be featuring several delicious pizzas on Sept. 5, including the Special Deep Dish, the Hot Doug Firedog Pizza and Super Veggie Deep Dish.
3. PKWY Tavern and ameriCAN are celebrating National Beer Lovers Day on Sept. 7. PKWY Tavern features more than 250 national and international beers. They also have many tasty bar bites. ameriCAN at The LINQ Promenade has an all-new Mystery Beer of the Month program. With new beers featured each month, guests can test their taste buds and order an unknown can of beer from a brown paper bag for just $5.
4. A lively new restaurant named Greek Sneek at MGM Grand is serving fresh, authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine and cocktails. The menu, by Morton Group Corporate Executive Chef William DeMarco, offers traditional Greek and Mediterranean dishes. Highlights include Greek ‘chips,’ made with traditional crispy zucchini and eggplant served with tzatziki, $14; classic Greek spreads of hummus, tzatziki and baba ganoush, $14; Mykonos salad, $14; gyros, with choice of shaved chicken, lamb or steak, and fries, $17, $19 and $21, respectively; branzino, a Mediterranean sea bass served with potatoes, baby carrots, lemons and capers, $34; and baklava, $10. Greek Sneek also serves a selection of Greek cocktails, inspired by native spirits, in addition to Greek wines, beers and Ouzo selections. The restaurant can only be reached by a hidden corridor next to CRUSH.
5. September is National Potato Month. Celebrate by enjoying Aloo Gobi, which is made with potatoes and cauliflower, at Shiraz ; sweet potato or traditional fries accompanied by sweet pumpkin sauce at Slater's 50/50 ; or truffle chips made with red bliss, purple Peruvian and fingerling potatoes at Delmonico Steakhouse .
6. Therapy restaurant in Downtown Las Vegas will be offering grab-and-go options for Life is Beautiful attendees. They include fried mac and cheese balls ($10), French fries ($4), truffle parmesan fries ($7), loaded fries ($7) and chicken meatballs ($10). Therapy is also offering drink specials during the festival including draft beer, well shots and cocktails for $5, a variety of Notter Pops for $5, and craft cocktails for $10.
7. The Fall Brew Celebration is taking place in September and October at The Park on the Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy German beer and bites Sept. 21-22 and 28-29; enjoy Irish and international beer Oct. 4-6 and 12-13; local brews will be featured Oct. 19-20; and the Elysian Great Pumpkin Road Show, featuring more than 50 different pumpkin brews, is happening Oct. 26-28. Tickets for ech event except the pumpkin brew show are $25. Tickets for Elysian Great Pumpkin Road Show are $45 for one day or $99 for all 3.
8. Grimaldi's Pizzeria has added new items to its menu for fall. They include the wedge salad, buffalo chicken pizza made with fire-braised chicken breast, mozzarella and gorgonzola crumbles, caramel apple cheesecake and chocolate cheesecake. New seasonal drinks include peach bourboun mule and caramel applejack.
9. September is also National Breakfast Month. Mr. Lucky's at The Palms is highlight its iconic breakfast selections including the Proper Breakfast Sandwich with a house-blended sausage patty, caramelized onions, soft scrambled eggs and spicy bacon mayo for $12; Cinnamon Crunch French Toast for $13; breakfast pizza for $12; and the California Love omelet ($17).
10. Virgil's BBQ at The LINQ is celebrating Bourbon Heritage Month with a boubon tasting class every Friday in September. A bourbon specialist will educate guests on tasting techniques as well as how to properly pair the spirit with signature barbecue dishes. The complimentary classes take place every 30 minutes on Fridays between 3 - 5 p.m.
11. The 3rd annual DeCadence Food Festival is happening Sept. 15. The family and pet-friendly event is open to the public and will feature selections from some of Southern Nevada's best restaurants. Attendees can enjoy live music and 360-degree view of the Las Vegas Strip. New this year, dogs of all sizes can enjoy the fenced-off “Dogadence” area complete with dog-themed decor and activities.
12. Einstein Bros. Bagels is offering 3 special items in celebration of the fall season. They include the pumpkin walnut crunch gourmet bagel with pumpkin shmear, pumpkin muffins, and pumpkin pie lattees. The items will be available for a limited time only.
13. Lakeside at Wynn Las Vegas is offering a jazz brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Sunday featuring live Dixieland-style jazz and blues, selection of hot mini-croissants; made-to-order brunch dishes; wild mushroom and gruyere cheese omelets; crab cake eggs Benedict; chicken and mushroom crepes; blackened swordfish; steak frites; and a selection of desserts. The Sunday Jazz Brunch prix fixe menu is $68 per person and $34 for children ten and under. Diners may select from two optional beverage packages – a select beverage package including limitless Bloody Marys, Prosecco, mimosas, or Sugarloaf white pineapple Bellinis ($40 per person) or the deluxe beverage package including all of the select beverage package offerings plus limitless Veuve Clicquot Champagne ($65 per person). Prices do not include tax and gratuity. For reservations, please call 702-770-DINE .
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