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2016 Easter events, specials in Las Vegas valley

Posted at 10:12 PM, Mar 18, 2016
and last updated 2018-11-21 17:47:09-05


The District at Green Valley Ranch invites the community and their families to visit the Easter Bunny for springtime photos on Saturdays from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. A variety of photo packages are available.

From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. attendees can hunt for eggs and have their photo taken with the Easter Bunny as well as enjoy rock climbing, face painting, airbrush tattoos, bounce houses and more Easter egg hunts take place every 20 minutes during morning and afternoon sessions for children ages one to nine years old. Egg hunts are divided by age groups and are limited to 50 kids per hunt. Registration is at noon, and the egg hunts will run from 1:30 p.m. to 4:40 p.m.

Additionally, the Easter Bunny will be available for photo opportunities from March 18-26, Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.

Nonprofit Easter Seals Nevada will host its eighth annual Easter Walk N' Roll event on March 26 at Lorenzi Park to raise funds for its programs benefitting local individuals with disabilities. 
The event will include a half-mile awareness walk at 9 a.m., followed by a community Easter carnival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with many family friendly activities, including carnival rides and games, egg hunts, a petting zoo, food trucks, live music and photos with the Easter Bunny.
Numerous politicians including Congressman Joe Heck, Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske and Las Vegas City Councilman Stavros Anthony will also attend to speak during the event.

Festival-goers will enjoy free attractions including photos with the Easter Bunny, balloon artists, face painters, factory tours, music and games. There will also be Food trucks selling small bites. Ethel M’s seasonal Easter collection will be available for purchase inside the on-site retail store. This includes the Peanut Butter Egg Box and Fruit Egg Box for $24.99 each, a four-item Hoppy Easter Basket for $64.99 and Cocoa, the cuddly Bunny, available for $11.99.

Palm Mortuaries and Cemeteries will host its 31st annual Easter Sunrise Service in honor of Resurrection Day. On Sunday, March 27 beginning at 6:30 a.m., Las Vegas residents and visitors are invited to celebrate Easter with a spiritually uplifting, interdenominational outdoor service to be held on the grounds of the Eastern cemetery, 7600 South Eastern Avenue in Las Vegas.

The free, family-friendly event will feature an inspirational message delivered by Reverend Leo Wood, a ceremonial release of doves, live musical selections from the Desert Chorale, Larry Walker and various local artists, complimentary continental breakfast, a special appearance by the Easter Bunny and more.

A visit to Shake Shack is the perfect way to indulge your sweet tooth this Easter! March 25-27 Shake Shack will offer the Chocolate Easter Egg Concrete featuring rich vanilla frozen custard blended with salted marshmallow caramel sauce and Mast Brothers chocolate chunks. We will also host an “Easter Egg Hunt” – order the specialty concrete, find the golden sticker on the bottom and win a prize! $4.79 for a single, $6.99 for a double.

MRKT Sea & Land, Aliante’s signature steakhouse, will offer a three-course Easter dinner for $45 per person available on Easter Day featuring a spring salad, stuffed pork loin with sundried cherry sauce, new potatoes, spring peas, and framboise granita for dessert.

FARM 24-7, Aliante’s 24-hour farm-to-table café, will feature an Easter meal for $14.99, available during lunch and dinner during Easter weekend. The special will include a frisee, arugula and kale salad, served with a root beer and brown sugar-glazed ham with spring baby carrots and green beans.

Bistro 57 will offer an Easter weekend dinner that includes roasted veal, marinated in rosemary and garlic,with oyster mushrooms, sautéed spinach and roasted potatoes, priced at $25.

Medley Buffet will also serve an Easter Sunday seafood brunch available for $19.99 with Player’s Club Card.

Brunch specials, served from opening until 5 p.m.:
-The Lamb Chop Hash ($17.99).
-Butterscotch Almond Pancake, topped with fresh whipped cream ($9.99).
-The Roast Chicken Benny ($16.99).
-Add a glass of bubbly to any brunch special for just $5 more.

Dinner specials, served from 5 p.m. until close:
-Wedge Salad served with homemade blue cheese dressing ($8.99).
-Hash House Mixed Grill ($34.99).
-Grilled Salmon ($21.99).

Easter specialty cocktails include:
-Blueberry Lemonade Margarita ($8.50)
-Cinnamon Roll A Go Go ($5.25)
-Tangerine Kiss ($8.50)
-HH Gin Mary with stuffed olives and a cucumber slice ($10.95)

Hop on over between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. to experience a festive Easter brunch including signature baked French toast, served with HEXX’s Ecuadorean chocolate and classically prepared quiche, filled with onion, potato, chorizo, snow white cheddar cheese and egg, among other selections. As always, various Bloody Marys and bottomless mimosas will be available.
If you’re hunting for the golden egg, enjoy a lavish Easter dinner in the evening, specially created by Executive Chef Matthew Piekarski. Diners will enjoy a mint and herb crusted rack of lamb, accompanied by a house-made jalapeño pepper mint jelly, brown sugar sweet potatoes and a roasted Brussels sprouts salad, priced at $34.95.
The Easter Bunny isn’t the only one who likes to get hoppy this holiday. At Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas’ guests can enjoy delicious brews full of hops that pair perfectly with a special Easter menu. The menu includes:
-Spargelsuppe “Schwarzwälder Art” - Asparagus soup “Black Forest” garnished with ham, croutons and chives
-Spargelsalat mit Shrimp - Asparagus salad with tomato vinaigrette topped with boiled shrimp 
-Cordon Bleu - Breaded and pan fried pork cutlet filled with black forest ham and Swiss cheese, served with green asparagus, parsley Yukon gold potatoes and hollandaise sauce
-Frischer Erdbeerkuchen - Homemade strawberry cake served
 with vanilla sauce and ice cream
Your choice of any Brunch item plus unlimited mimosas and sangrias. $25 per person from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Live music!

Guests can be treated to an elegant dining experience at Andiamo Steakhouse. Its Easter menu includes elevated classics such as Beef Wellington with manchego whipped potatoes in a cabernet-mushroom sauce for $65, or an herb-crusted Veal porterhouse with sautéed kale and white beans with Dijon mustard gravy for $62.

For delicious fare in a casual environment, D Grill’s Easter menu features tender New Zealand lamb chops with a creamy parsnip-carrot puree and drizzled with mint sauce for $25.99. Patrons can also enjoy an herb-crusted airline chicken breast on a bed of wild rice, with grilled asparagus and roasted shallot jus for $19.99.

carmine's will feature an Easter prefix menu which serves six to eight guests for $239. Available for dine in or take out. Holiday meals include Easter bread, cold antipasto, Caesar salad, lasagna, choice of roasted lamb or prime rib, and a choice of titanic sundae or tiramisu.

LAVO will feature an exclusive menu for the holiday, including Bresaola Little Pillows filled with spinach, ricotta and crema Al Balsamico, Oxtail Tagliatelle served with asparagus crema, Italian Grigliata Mista including roasted artichoke, baby carrots, pee wee potato and radicchio, Amarena Cherry and Sheep Ricotta Cassata made with Hershey’s Dots and Fior Di Latte Gelato.

In honor of Easter Sunday, Hank's Fine Steaks & Martinis at Green Valley Ranch Resort and Tbones Chophouse at Red Rock Resort will offer an Easter Brunch Buffet from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Guests will be able to indulge in eight buffet stations including choice of salads, made-to-order waffles, eggs and omelets, seafood selection, carving selection, pastry stations and much more. All tables will also receive a fresh baked pastry and bread basket filled with croissants, pull apart bread, crème cheese Danish, carrot bread, doughsant with seasonal jams and butters. In addition, champagne and mimosas will be available upon entry. The brunch buffet is priced at $85 for adults and $39 for children per person.

TREVI will offer its special holiday dishes including lamb tortellini, featuring house made pasta stuffed with braised lamb and mint pea purée, served with artichoke confit and French breakfast radishes, priced at $26; and pork tagliata, grilled pork skirt steak with arugula, frisée, pickled apples and cured lemons topped with mustard vinaigrette, priced at $29. Adults can sip and savor the classic Italian Negroni, a blend of Hendrick’s Gin, Carpano Antica, sweet vermouth and Campari, priced at $12, while the whole family can indulge in the limited-time jelly bean gelato for dessert, starting at $4.50 per scoop.

With magnificent 360 degree views of the entire Las Vegas Valley and an excellent Easter menu to match, diners will have a one-of-a-kind dining experience at Top of the World. Easter options include a choice of a smoked salmon and Boursin cheese Belgian waffle served with fresh artisan greens and topped with a lemon-infused maple syrup, available during lunch for $29, braised lamb shank osso buco with decadent butter poached lobster polenta and a side of zesty asparagus for $59 or tender Aspen ridge prime rib topped with tarragon butter and served with a side of delicious peewee potatoes for $59.

Stratosphere’s Buffet will be offering guests an enticing array of specialty brunch, meat and seafood selections such as eggs Benedict, honey-baked ham coated in a maple Dijon glaze, tender herb-roasted lamb, pepper-crusted New York strip steak au jus and succulent crab legs. Other festive buffet options include creamy Boursin mashed potatoes, corned-beef hash, roasted parsnips and pears and fresh spring vegetables infused with butter. Diners can enjoy Stratosphere’s Buffet on Easter Sunday for brunch from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and dinner from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. for $21.99 for adults and $12.99 for children.

Las Vegas' longest-running family owned and operated Italian restaurant will be offering a special Easter menu, starting at 4 p.m.Among the most cherished family dishes returning this year is the Ferraro family’s renowned Easter bread. This sweet, brioche-style bread is shaped like a cross or wreath and adorned with colorfully dyed eggs. Chef Francesco Di Caudo will be preparing 4-course feast showcasing regional flavors from Northern to Southern Italy, priced at $49.50 per person. Guests may dine inside Ferraro's plush dining rooms or outside on the enclosed patio while enjoying Las Vegas’ incomparably beautiful spring weather.

This Easter, Cleo offers a unique brunch buffet featuring guest favorites and breakfast classics with a Mediterranean twist. Brunch items include Masabacha Hummus with tahini and gremolata, Moroccan Breakfast Flatbread made with merguez, caramelized onion, goat cheese, cilantro, za’atar soft scramble egg, Baklava French Toast prepared with almond vanilla ice cream batter, toasted almond, baklava streusel, lemon-honey scented maple syrup and Omelets cooked to order. Cleo’s Easter brunch is priced at $49 per person. Bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary’s are available for $19 per person.

Enjoy a family-friendly day at Summerlin’s most popular restaurant’s 4th Annual Honey Salt Easter egg hunt and brunch. Now a yearly tradition, guests of all ages can enjoy a special Easter-inspired menu, paint-a-cookie station, egg hunt and holiday fun. Egg hunts are held at 10:30 a.m. and again at 3 p.m.

In addition to the popular brunch menu, Honey Salt will feature Short Rib Benedict with roasted mushrooms, artichokes and tomato hollandaise for $21. Guests can enjoy the Easter dinner special – Braised Lamb Shank with spiced heirloom carrots, crushed peas, fava beans and a citrus gremolata for $28 – or select their favorite from the menu.

The db Brasserie brunch experience is like no other – enjoy French-American classics from Chef Daniel Boulud in a casual, yet elegant brasserie setting inside Venetian Las Vegas. In addition to some of the brasserie’s buzzed about dishes such as Croque Madame Au Vin, Crispy Duck Confit Hash, and the famed burger The Frenchie, guests will find a selection of additional items to round out the brasserie brunch experience including Savory Buckwheat Flour Crepes, Sticky Buns and DBGB Chicken and Belgian Waffles. For an additional $20, guests can enjoy bottomless Mimosas, Bellinis and Bloody Marys. db Brasserie’s Bottomless Brunch runs each Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Convenient self and valet parking is available from both The Palazzo and The Venetian.

A special Easter brunch will take place from 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. with the following specials:
-Whole Roasted Superior Farm Leg of Lamb – Provencal Ratatouille, Confit Potato Cake, Rosemary Jus - $40
-L’Oeuf en Chocolat –Chocolate Stuffed Easter Egg Filled with Milk Chocolate Cream, Toffee, Mixed Berries, Raspberry Sorbet - $14

Not looking to head down to the Strip? Remedy’s, Elixir and Distill offer the chance to celebrate Easter with a special ham dinner. Guests can enjoy honey-glazed ham, mashed potatoes and corn served with the choice of soup or salad for $12.95. All guests at Distill in Summerlin and Elixir in Green Valley must be 21, with valid ID.

Alder & Birch Cocktails and Dining will be serving a decadent four-course meal for just $52 from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. Start with a jumbo prawn and crab claw cocktail and your choice of soup or salad. Then, choose between lamb lollipops, marinated and broiled topped with hummus, olive tapenade, rosemary and roasted garlic jus; or the wagyu sirloin au poivre with a creamy Madagascar peppercorn sauce. Each entrée is served with your choice of sautéed Brussel sprouts with onions and pecans, fresh asparagus with parmesan and asiago cheeses, or a loaded baked potato. For dessert, enjoy the delicious warm apple blossom served with vanilla bean ice cream and topped with caramel sauce. Reservation strongly suggested.
Prime Rib Loft will serve an Easter four-course meal from 5 – 10 p.m. Start with braised short ribs or a stuffed Portobellini mushroom with horseradish crème fraiche, followed by your choice of house salad or cream of chicken Fricassee soup. For your entrée, select either the broiled bone-in rib-eye Spencer steak for $34 or the Loft Trio of petit filet, shrimp scampi and a single lamb lollipop for $37. Finish the meal with strawberry shortcake for dessert. Reservation strongly suggested.
Big Al’s Oyster Bar will serve an Easter special called “Pound and Pint” from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. For just $23, enjoy a pint of Tenaya Creek Draft Beer served up with a cup of Manhattan or Boston clam chowder and a pound of seasoned peel-and-eat shrimp.
Courtyard Café will serve a three-course Easter special for just $14.99 from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Start with a glass of house wine, domestic bottle beer or well drink, plus your choice of soup or salad. Then select either salmon over citrus lemon butter sauce or New Zealand baby lamb chops. Finish the meal with strawberry shortcake. 
French Market Buffet is serving an Easter champagne brunch from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and Easter dinner from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. Special holiday selections include Baked Virginia ham, shrimp cocktail, roast prime rib and Kung Pao shrimp. Prices start at $21.99 with your B Connected card.
Ports O’ Call Buffet is serving Easter menu items from 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. for just $18.99! Special selections include butternut squash bisque soup, stuffed filet of salmon, marmalade duck, beef oxtail and New York steaks, plus many more. Brunch will be served from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cortez Room will be serving a three-course Easter dinner for just $35 beginning at 4 p.m. Start with your choice of kale and white bean soup or spring greens salad. For your entrée, select braised lamb shank or grilled halibut. Finish your meal with your choice of tiramisu cake or a key lime tartlet. Reservation strongly suggested.
SC Prime will serve several options for Easter dinner. Enjoy grilled beef medallions and bacon-wrapped scallops for $62; sautéed Alaskan halibut for $48; or garlic mustard-crusted New Zealand lamb rack for $46. All entrees include choice of chicken and vegetable leek soup or fresh spinach salad, as well as chocolate toffee mousse cake for dessert. Reservation strongly suggested.
St. Tropez Buffet will serve Easter champagne brunch from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. for $17.99 with your B Connected card.  
The Court Café will serve an Easter special for just $8.99. The meal includes a baked ham dinner served with black cherry sauce and your choice of potato, vegetable, soup or salad. Meals are served from 11 a.m. – close.
Mary’s Diner will serve an Easter special from 11 a.m. – close. The meal includes a delicious baked ham dinner served with black cherry sauce and your choice of potato, vegetable, soup or salad for $8.99.


Ron’s Steakhouse
In additional to regular menu items, Ron’s Steakhouse will be serving an impeccable three-course Easter menu FROM 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring all the traditional trimmings. Special menu items include Carpaccio in beef broth, creamed spinach, hearty au gratin potatoes and a choice of entrée including a rack of tender lamb for $45 with an ace | PLAY member card and $49.99 for non-members, rum-glazed ham for $39 with an ace | PLAY member card and $43.33 for non-members or baked Cobia fish topped with Béarnaise sauce for $39 with an ace | PLAY card and $43.33 for non-members. A delectable duo of lemon bars and coconut cake ends this three-course meal.

Sourdough Café at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur
Sourdough Café at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur will offer diners a delectable three-course feast that includes a choice of soup or salad, a juicy Porterhouse pork chop served with creamy mashed potatoes, fresh asparagus and a choice of decadent lemon or raspberry sorbet for dessert.

Yukon Grille
Guests can enjoy three-courses of excellence at Yukon Grille from 3:00 p.m. to 9 p.m. including a choice of roasted corn and chicken chowder or fresh spinach salad and a choice of braised short ribs served with mashed potatoes and jardinière vegetables or blacken Mahi Mahi served with vegetable risotto and jardinière vegetables as an entrée. Dessert includes the option of delicious raspberry chocolate mousse with fruit or a selection of Haagen Dazs ice cream.

Sourdough Café at Arizona Charlie’s Boulder
Sourdough Café at Arizona Charlie’s Boulder’s Easter offerings include a choice of soup or salad and the option of baked ham with tangy honey mango sauce served with scallion and bacon potatoes au gratin and seasonal vegetables or roasted leg of lamb served with herb-roasted red potatoes and seasonal vegetables.


Baja Miguel’s will serve a three-course menu and a complimentary margarita or glass of wine for $36 per person, including:
-Appetizers: Tostada Veracruz, cochinita pulled pork tostada with red onions and Habanero peppers; or Camarones de Sueño, shrimp stuffed with spinach and cotija cheese wrapped in bacon and topped with avocado sauce.
-Entrées: Milanesa Durango, beef tenderloin stuffed with ham and oaxaca cheese, breaded and coated with mushrooms in a poblano pepper sauce; or Sea or Cortes marinated orange roughy grilled and finished with cream seafood sauce.
-Desserts: Capirotada, traditional bread pudding topped with Brandy sauce; or Orange Cake with raspberry sauce.

Coronado Café will serve festive dishes to celebrate Easter for $9.95. The specials include Roast Leg of Lamb with lamb jus and mint sauce and Honey Glazed Ham with raisin sauce. Each special is served with Yukon gold roasted or mashed potatoes and green beans.

Don Vito’s will serve a three-course menu and a complimentary cocktail or glass of wine for $36 per person, including:
-Appetizers: Traditional Caesar Salad; Fried Risotto Balls filled with prosciutto and imported provolone cheese on marinara cream; or Freshly Baked Cheese and Asparagus Tart with spring greens.
-Entrées: Porchetta, traditional rolled and stuffed boneless pork roast, flavored with garlic, fennel and Italian herbs, served with crispy skin and pork jus; Chicken Florence, chicken breast filled with pine nuts and spinach and pan roasted with maple glaze; or Grilled Red Snapper Neapolitan with diced tomatoes, green olives and capers with black garlic Beurre Blanc. All entrées are served with seasonal vegetables and a side of pasta.
-Desserts: Lemon Cake layered with raspberry and lemon curd with a butter cream frosting; or Pear Tart with hazelnut and mascarpone cream.

The Garden Buffet will be serving an Easter Bottomless Bloody Mary Brunch from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $15.95 with a Casino Club Card or $19.95 without a Casino Club Card. The brunch will feature menu items including Steak and Eggs, New York Steak with Eggs Your Style, Omelets Made To Order, Poached Eggs Benedict, Freshly Grilled Pancakes and French Toast, Glazed Honey Bakes Ham, Chicken Fricassee, Seared Salmon, Chipotle Rubbed Pork Medallions, Lamb Enchiladas and more. In addition, guests will have the opportunity to try dishes from the carving station, including Roast Spring Lamb, Prime Rib of Beef and Rotisserie Chicken. Guests looking to satisfy their sweet tooth will enjoy a selection of delicious desserts, including Chocolate Easter Cake, Hot Cross Buns, build your own peach shortcake, French pastries, cupcakes and more.The buffet will also be serving an Easter Wind and Dine Dinner from 4 to 9 p.m. for $17.95 with a Casino Club Card or $20.95 without a Casino Club Card, which includes two glasses of wine per person.

Primarily Prime Rib will serve a three-course menu and a complimentary cocktail or glass of wine for $29 per person, including:
-Appetizers: Cream of Chicken Soup with spring vegetables; or Farmers Market Salad Bowl with white cider vinaigrette.
-Entrées: Roast Leg of Spring Lamb with minted demi sauce; Home Style Chicken in the Pot simmered in chicken broth with seasonal garden vegetables and egg noodles; or Pan Seared Basa with mushrooms, capers and bay shrimp with a chardonnay Beurre Blanc.
-Desserts: Chocolate Bundt Cake with raspberry frosting; or Peach Cobbler with crème anglaise.

Silverado Steakhouse will serve a four course menu and a complimentary cocktail or glass of wine for $49 per person, including: -Appetizers: Lamb and Baby Portabellas, seasoned lamb, spinach and pine nuts served in baby portabella mushrooms with a minted Beurre Blanc; or Shrimp and Papaya Salad on Toasted Crostini¸ served with a spring salad with citrus vinaigrette.
-Salad and Soup: Silverado Salad tossed tableside; or Cup of Lobster Bisque with Cognac.
-Entrées: Roast Leg of Spring Lamb served with a redcurrant demi, flageolets beans and mint sauce; Honey Glazed Bakes Ham with cinnamon spiced peach and a champagne reduction; or Seared Filet of Pacific Salmon on sautéed leeks with curried lobster sauce.
-Desserts: Chocolate Bread Pudding with fresh whipped cream; Fresh Blackberry Fool or Warm Bakewell Tart with crème anglaise.


Bistro Buffet
Guests will be treated to an Easter champagne brunch from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. featuring dishes such as leg of lamb, maple glazed ham, crepes, crab legs, oysters, full breakfast options and more for $24.99 per person plus tax and gratuity.

Cafe 6 inside Palms Place
Holiday diners can enjoy a special all-you-can eat brunch from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. with dishes including made-to-order omelets, frosted brioche toast, prime rib, maple-glazed ham, salmon, fresh shellfish, bread pudding, coffee cake and more for $34.95 per person plus tax and gratuity. For an additional $20, guests can enjoy unlimited mimosas, bellinis and bloody marys. Reservations are highly recommended.


In addition to its regular brunch menu, Chef Thomas Keller's Bouchon Bistro - located on the 10th floor of the Venezia Tower - will be offering Easter Sunday specials for the whole family from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. A la carte Easter brunch specials include an asparagus salad with poached egg and Bayonne ham, lobster Benedict with peas and mushrooms, as well as Bouchon Bakery's house-made English muffins and blueberry pancakes.

Buddy V's is gearing up for Easter Sunday with a special holiday-inspired brunch, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. In addition to buffet-style offerings, guests can enjoy dishes including roasted leg of lamb with a tomato-rosemary tapenade; pizza rustica with prosciutto, basil and ricotta cheese; banana-caramel bread pudding; and the Easter Bunny's carrot cake trifle. This special menu is available for $39.95 per person and $14.95 per child, 10 years old and under.

Set amidst the Grand Canal at The Venetian, Cañonita's lively atmosphere and "south of the border" menu is serving up specialty menu items for the holiday. Guests can dine on Mexican Venus clams (delicately steamed in Bohemia beer, arbol chiles and butter, $13); pork tenderloin (oven-roasted pork tenderloin, grilled zucchini blossom quesadilla, tomato relish, $25); and a rustic blueberry ginger tart (with lemon basil ice cream and blueberry sauce, $8).

With Easter just a month away, Carlo's Bakery is celebrating with a selection of spring-themed items, perfect for egg hunts and to enhance any Easter Brunch dessert table. Cake Boss fans can enjoy:
-Easter daisy fondant layer cake
-Easter fondant cookies
-Bunny cookies, available by the pound
-Easter buttercream cakes
-Easter egg cupcake

Celebrate Easter Sunday in true fashion at Morels with a holiday brunch menu, along with a special visit from the Easter Bunny. Perfect for the whole family, guests are invited to meet, greet, and take photos with the illustrious bunny from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Children eight-years-old and under will also be treated to a complimentary breakfast buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. To continue the fun, children can enjoy a variety of activities including balloon animal making and face painting, and will have the chance to receive a prize-filled egg, and holiday pancakes. In addition, adult guests can imbibe white sangria punchbowls to share, priced at $40.

In honor of Easter Sunday, Chef Jeff Espero at Public House has created a special stuffed roast leg of lamb. This Easter favorite is stuffed with spinach, mushrooms, and prosciutto. It is paired with seasonal vegetables and IPA beer-batter squash blossoms filled with goat cheese, then topped with hard cider lamb jus for $32, available for lunch and dinner.

Rock out on Easter Sunday at Rockhouse with Rock Brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For $25 per person, guests can enjoy one breakfast entrée, including options like asada steak and egg tacos and breakfast dog, along with endless bloody marys, mimosas, and other well cocktails. In addition, The Peter Love Band will provide live music entertainment for the occasion.

Enjoy a la carte specials at Chef Emeril Lagasse's Table 10 in celebration of Easter Sunday. Highlights include Scotch eggs (farm fresh eggs, Berkshire andouille sausage, Grafton Village 2-year cheddar, $10); watercress salad (water chestnuts, sugar snap peas, shaved carrots, shaved radish, creole mustard vinaigrette, $12); slow-baked black forest ham (bourbon and pecan glaze, sweet potato casserole, haricot vert, $36); Meyer lemon bars (toasted almond shortbread, almond streusel, Meyer lemon sorbet, $10); and more.

The critically acclaimed Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is a house of worship to farm-fresh ingredients, classic Southern cooking, and culture and hospitality, making it a great destination for Easter Sunday celebrations. The restaurant will dish out food and wine specials for the holiday, including deviled eggs(dill, chive, smoked trout roe, $10); short rib (14 oz. bone-in short rib, charred corn, green beans, sweet garlic bordelaise, cauliflower mashed potatoes, $32); 2012 Emerich Knoll Gruner Veltliner (Wachau Valley, Austria, $60. Pairing note: a great white wine for spring. Medium-bodied with notes of citrus, orchard fruit, and a hint of fresh spring peas. Pairs beautifully with all green vegetables and salads and is a refreshing start to an Easter meal.); and 2013 Guy Breton Morgon (Beaujolais, France, $72. Pairing note: a light-bodied red wine made from the Gamay grape that pairs well with Yardbird's fried chicken. It's full of cranberry and cherry notes with a hint of pepper and a slight floral perfume. Its bright acidity will cleanse palates and for the next bite of chicken).

Zeffirino will be serving up a special Easter Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. featuring an assortment of fresh breakfast delicacies. Guests will be treated to a spectacular menu featuring appetizers, main courses, baked pastries and cakes, and a variety of drink selections. Highlights include prosciutto and melon; smoked salmon; homemade pastas; freshly steamed lobster, shrimp, oyster and clams; made-to-order omelets; and more. Drink specials include choice of champagne, mimosas, and Bellinis, to name a few. This special menu is available for $75 per person and $30 for children (excluding tax and gratuity).


CUT Las Vegas  -- Grilled Lamb Loin & Belly, Pea Puree, Crispy Pea Panisse, Salad of Pea Tendrils, Lamb Jus; $54
-Salad of Green & White Spring Asparagus, Roasted Morel Mushrooms, Green Garlic, Spring Herbs; $28

Spago Las Vegas
Lunch & Brunch
-Eggs Salad Sandwich with Pumpernickel Bread, Mâche Salad, Potato chips; $15
-Crab Cake Benedict with House Made Ham, Asparagus, Roasted Tomato, Poached Eggs, Hollandaise; $18

Dining Room
-Cage Free Deviled Eggs, Roasted Paprika $12
-Boeuf Short Ribs “Bourguignon” $25
-Spring English Pea Agnolotti with House Maple Ham, Marjoram, Parmesan Reggiano; $18
-Farmer Market Green Asparagus Salad, Spring Greens, Farm Egg $ 17
-Slow Grilled Lamb Saddle with Roasted Farmer Spring Onions, Artichokes, Crispy Sunchoke $55
-Pan Roasted Veal Medallion with Wild Mushrooms, Spring Jardinière Vegetables, Pee Wee Potato, $54
-Chocolate Crème Egg with Valrhona Chocolate Mousse, Liquid Caramel, Pistachio Moss, Wild Berry Sorbet $12

Lupo by Wolfgang Puck
-Blue Fin Tuna Carpaccio with Black Olives, Green Garlic Aioli, Spring Onions $26
-Veal Tonnato with Capers, Arugula, Shaved Pecorino Cheese $19
-Roasted Lamb Leg Ragu with Cavatelli Pasta, Swiss Chard, Sage $32
-Rabbit Porchetta with Garlic Spigarello, Morel Mushrooms, Salsa Verde $39
-Dobos Torte with Caramel Dipped Hazelnuts, Chocolate Tuile, Hazelnut Ice Cream $14

Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at Downtown Summerlin
-Breakfast pizza with roasted mushrooms, spinach, leeks, gruyere cheese and bacon $13
-“Summerlin Omelet” with bacon, roasted cherry tomato, avocado, spinach and smoked cheddar $14
-Buttermilk pancakes with apple and golden raisin compote and maple syrup $10
-Croissant Scrambled Egg Sandwich with prosciutto, tomato jam, gruyere cheese and arugula $12
-Biscuits & Gravy with buttermilk fried chicken and sausage gravy $16

Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at MGM
-Spring Artichoke Soup, Crisp Prosciutto with Parmesan, Tuscan Olive Oil
-Porcini Dusted Halibut, Smashed Market Peas, Mushroom Mascarpone Cream, Pea Sprouts
-Roasted Colorado Lamb Loin, Caramelized Eggplant, Red Wine Olive Jus, French Feta
-Pavlova, Lemon Curd, Blueberry Compote with Honey Crème Fraiche Ice Cream

Cucina by Wolfgang Puck
-Spinach & Sheep Milk Ricotta Cappelleti with parmesan reggiano and chive blossom $19
-Pan Seared Alaskan Halibut with wild asparagus, crispy pancetta and spring onion fonduta $38
-Oven Roasted Colorado Lamb Shank with fregola sardo, baby artichokes and herb gremolata $46



Guests can spring into the Easter holiday at Canyon Ranch SpaClub and receive 20 percent off any spring seasonal spa or salon service, anytime between March 23 and April 3. Highlights include a choice of Renew You (seasonal massage); Rejuvenating (seasonal facial, 50 minutes); Scents of Spring (seasonal scrub or seasonal scrub + massage selection); Springtime (seasonal manicure or pedicure); and Lime Blossom Foot Scrub (add-on seasonal enhancement). Upon check in, guests will also receive a festive egg from an Easter basket packed with special prizes such as a complimentary appetizer at Canyon Ranch Grill, complimentary seasonal enhancement, or 15 percent off a Canyon Ranch SpaClub retail purchase.

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