Las Vegas Restaurant Week begins June 17 and more than 150 restaurants in the Las Vegas valley are participating.
The purpose of Las Vegas Restaurant Week is to raise money for Three Square food bank. In many cases, diners will be able to eat at restaurants for less than what they would pay at other times and enjoy special meals.
Here are some of the offerings (prices do not include tax or gratuity):
The Barrymore will be participating in Three Square Food Bank’s Restaurant Week, where guests can order a pre-set menu featuring items like Tuna Sachimi, Bone In Filet Mignon, Grilled Seabreem and Chīzu for $80 per person.
B Side at House of Blues is offering a $30 special menu. Appetizers include choice of Bridgetown mussels, pickled shrimp or andouille cheese grits; choice of country sausage, crispy stuffed potato, grilled striped bass or crawfish boil; and choice of Jarred Kentucky butter cake or Jarred chocolate cola cake.
Buddy V’s Ristorante is offering lunch and dinner. Lunch is $20 and includes choice of tomato and basic soup or Caesar salad; choice of spaghetti and meatballs, chicken farm or grilled salmon; and choice of a cannoli or New Jersey-style cheesecake. Dinner is $40 per person and includes choice of Grandma’s meatballs, panzanella or Caesar salad; choice of spaghetti Bolognese, Mediterranean Sea bass, chicken pam or My Dad’s Bucatini; and choice of a cannoli, New Jersey-style cheesecake or warm Nutella cake.
Elephant Bar Restaurant will be participating in Three Square’s Restaurant Week featuring pre-set menus for both lunch and dinner. Guests can order the lunch menu for $20 per person, or dinner for $30 per person. The lunch menu includes options like Chicken Tortilla Soup or Tomato-Basil Bisque, The Pub Burger or Cashew Chicken, and Butter Cake or Crème Brulee. The dinner menu includes options like Lettuce Wraps or Caesar Salad, Barbeque Pork Ribs or Top Sirloin with Coconut Shrimp, and Butter Cake or Crème Brulee.
Pink Taco at the Hard Rock hotel-casino is offering the following menu for $40:
First Course (select one): Tostada de Marisco shrimp, white fish and octopus ceviche, cucumber, avocado, pico de gallo, chipotle crema on a crispy corn tortilla; or Mexican Wedge Salad charred romaine, heirloom tomato, radish, queso fresco and pickled red onion.
Second Course (select one): Chili Rubbed Halibut topped with lemon cilantro sauce and served with garlic spinach and potato and chorizo hash; or Surf & Turf marinated skirt steak, spiced-rubbed Mexican white shrimp, cheese and tomatillo enchilada, topped with guacamole and served with borracho beans.
Final Course: White Chocolate Flan Cheesecake served with fresh berries and salted caramel.
Several restaurants at Caesars Palace will offer different brunch, lunch, and dinner menus, with some items exclusive to their RestaurantWeek menus. All menus are priced at $30, $40, $50, or $80.
Participating restaurants include:
All-American Bar & Grille at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino offers an affordable menu at $30 per person. To start, guests will receive the restaurant’s bucket of peel-an-eat shrimp served with lemon and cocktail sauce. Guests will then have the choice of the Wicked Burger, cheese burger, or Caesar salad as their entrée. A Ding Dong wedge will be provided for dessert.
BLT Steak at Bally’s Las Vegas invites guests to experience their warm ambiance and traditional fare duringRestaurant Week. Guests will begin with a chopped salad or warm mozzarella caprese salad followed by their choice of an 8 oz. petite filet or niçoise style salmon. For dessert, guests will be treated to a chocolate caramel tart with praline ice cream. This $80 dinner menu will impress the steakhouse newcomer and satisfy the connoisseur.
Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas invites guests to experience their French interpretation of the American staple—the hamburger. Guests will start with an appetizer of either buffalo chicken fries or deviled eggs, followed by a banh mi shaved pork sandwich or champagne turkey burgerfor their main course. The menu finishes with strawberry mascarpone cheesecake for dessert. This menu is available during lunch for $30.
GIADA at The Cromwell is where Italian cuisine and California influences unite to create refreshing and enjoyable dishes. The restaurant by Emmy Award-winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis will offer both a brunch and dinner menu for Restaurant Week.
The $30 brunch menu available Friday through Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., offers a four-course meal beginning with signature antipasti followed by arugla salad. For an entrée, guests can choose between spaghetti with pomodoro sauce or lemon pesto grilled cheese. This brunch will conclude with a lemon ricotta ice cream cookie sandwich.
At $80 per person, the dinner menu is available Sunday through Saturday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. The meal begins with an antipasti platter and arugula salad, both served family-style. Guests will then receive their choice of the petit filet, Italian fried chicken cacciatore style, or salmon with English pea & salumi calabrese ragu, spring onion and hearts of palm. Finishing this delicious meal are Giada’s signature cookies.
Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino offers a menu that kicks off with one of its many bomb-dot-com tasty signature margaritas, the Caliente Margarita, followed by the Borracho house salad and grilled street corn. The main course is the Borracho Platter with carne asada or chicken, one taco and one enchilada served with cilantro rice and Borracho beans, making this dinner available at $40.
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino offers a taste of celebrity chef Guy Fieri’s savory cuisine, featuring bold flavors and contemporary takes on traditional dishes. This prixe fix dinner costs $40 and allows guests to warm up their stomachs with any flavored original margarita or draft beer. For the appetizer, guests have the choice of jalapeño pig poppers or the Big Bite Caesar Salad followed by any burger or sandwich of their liking.
Le Café Ile St. Louis at Paris Las Vegas will offer a three-course lunch menu for $30. Guests may treat themselves to either French onion soup au gratinee or grain salad to start, followed by boneless short ribs or salmon Wellington for the second course. Strawberry mascarpone cheesecake will top it all off as a delicious finish.
Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace, Bobby Flay’s acclaimed flagship restaurant featuring vibrant southwestern cuisine, has been Restaurant Week’s top Gold Plate Donor for the past ten events. This achievement is awarded to restaurants for raising the most funds in their category. This year, Mesa Grill will offer three special menus for Restaurant Week.
The three-course brunch menu is available on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $30. The first course includes the guest’s choice of roasted corn soup, southwestern Caesar salad, or tiger shrimp with a roasted garlic corn tamale. The main course features a choice of the ranch style eggs tostada, green chile cheeseburger, jumbo lump crab cake, or sixteen spiced chicken. For dessert, guests will be served the chef’s choice.
The lunch menu is available Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and costs $30. The first course includes a choice of the roasted corn soup, southwestern Caesar salad, or tiger shrimp with a roasted garlic corn tamale. To continiue, guests can choose the sixteen spiced chicken, green chile cheeseburger, or jumbo lump crab cake for their main entrée. Guests will be surprised at the end of their meal by a secret dessert offering created by the chef.
The $50 dinner menu is available daily from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. For the starter, guests can choose between the roasted corn soup, southwestern Caesar salad, tiger shrimp with a roasted garlic corn tamale, charred shishito peppers, or, for an additional $5, the burrata and heirloom tomato salad. The main course offers a choice of the ancho chile honey glazed salmon, certified angus beef New York strip steak, New Mexican rubbed pork tenderloin, or sixteen spiced chicken. Guests will end their dinner on a sweet note with their choice of the dulce chocolate pudding or chocolate caramel cake.
Multiple restaurants at The Cosmopolitan are participating:
Beauty & Essex - $50.00 per guest.
Menu Highlights: Tuna Poke Wonton Tacos chiffonade cilantro, radish, wasabi kewpie; Spaghettini zucchini, lemon, parsley pesto, parmigiano, sunny-side up egg; Beauty’s Wonder Wheel, for two or more people, chef’s selection.
Blue Ribbon - $80.00 per guest.
Menu Highlights: Steak Tartare capers, cornichon, egg yolk, waffle chips; Oyster Tasting two each of the East and West raw oysters; Fried Chicken mashed potatoes, gravy, collard greens; Hangar Steak Frites peppercorn sauce.
Estiatorio Milos – $80.00 per guest. Sommelier Pairing: $40.00 per guest.
Menu Highlights: Greek Ceviche Loup de Mer paired with fresh & wild herbs of the Mediterranean, navy beans and feta cheese; Octopus Sashimi-quality Mediterranean octopus, grilled, Santorini fava; Dorade Royale grilled Mediterranean Sea Bream served with steamed broccoli.
Jaleo - $50.00 per guest. Spanish Wine Pairing: $45.00 per guest.
Menu Highlights: Gambas Gabardina beer-battered U-10 Gulf shrimp with caper mayonnaise and kalamata olive salt; Paella del Dia Chef’s selection of traditional Spanish paella; Cremoso Con Naranja y Vermouth vanilla cream with orange granita and sweet vermouth.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie. - $80.00 per guest.
Menu Highlights: Caviar Taco wild caviar, Yukon Gold potato shell, Hamachi; Waygu Steak Tartare beef chicharron, cornichon, savory mayonnaise; Beef Tenderloin short rib and potato hash brown, wild arugula, veal jus. Carmel Corn Trifle bourbon caramel, Kentucky buttercake, popcorn pudding.
Scarpetta - $80.00 per guest.
Menu Highlights: Beef Carpaccio heirloom beets, candied hazelnuts, goat cheese, fennel pollen, lavender; Branzinorainbow chard, toasted pine nuts, sun raisins, citrus tomato emulsion, basil; Tiramisu traditional mascarpone cream, Scarpetta cookie, coffee gelato
STK - $80.18 per guest. Meal served with a complimentary glass of champagne.
Menu Highlights: Short Rib Ravioli mushroom, apple, walnut, truffle jus; 8oz Flat Iron Steak creamy Yukon potatoes, wild mushrooms; Jidori Chicken spring vegetables, caramelized onion jus, truffle butter; STK Donuts maple glaze, caramel sauce, candied pecans.
Zuma - $50.00 per guest. Meal served with a complimentary bowl of miso soup and a Zuma cocktail.
Menu Highlights: Prawn & Cod Gyoza; Waygu Skirt Steak Skewers; Salmon Teriyaki; Miso Truffle Baby Chicken
China Poblano - $30.00 per guest.
Menu Highlights: Coconut Ceviche young coconut, avocado, teardrop pepper, red onion and cilantro dressed with coconut water and fresh citrus juices; Chicken Siu Mai steamed dumpling filled with chicken, cloud ear mushrooms and topped with goji berry.
Momofuku - $30.00 per guest
Menu Highlights: Pork Belly Bun hoisin, cucumber, scallion; Caviar & Fried Chicken Bun truffle crème fraiche; Shoyu Pork Ramen pork belly & shoulder, poached egg.
Overlook Grill – $30.00 per guest.
Menu Highlights: Grilled Corn Empanadas poblano peppers, jack cheese and sweet corn crema; Chicken Detox Green Bowl chicken, quinoa, baby kale, apple, dried cranberries, broccoli, avocado, cilantro maple dressing.
Don Vito’s inside the South Point will participate in Three Square’s annual Restaurant Week by donating $5 from each meal ordered from the specialty menu. During Restaurant Week, guests can enjoy a three-course menu for $40 per person that includes a bottle of the “Wine of the Month,” for every two people.
First Course: Spicy Grilled Eggplant and Quinoa Salad, with shaved parmesan, asparagus tips, red onions and drizzled with apple balsamic dressing; Warm Crab Crostini, crabmeat with braised artichokes, tomatoes sautéed in herb butter on crisp crostini; or Spring Minestrone, with zucchini, peas, asparagus simmered in vegetable broth.
Second Course: Scallop, Shrimp and Corn Risotto, drizzled with truffle oil and seasonal vegetables; Barolo Braised Short Ribs, over rosemary and sage polenta with seasonal vegetable; or Pollo Florentino, breaded chicken breast stuffed with spinach and pan sautéed in lemon butter sauce topped with tomato and glazed with provolone cheese, served with a side of pasta and seasonal vegetable.
Third Course: Nutella Ice Cream Sundae, vanilla bean ice cream and Nutella ganache; or White Chocolate Panna Cotta, with lemon, mint and strawberry syrup.
Eureka! in Downtown will participate in the 2019 Las Vegas Restaurant Week. The three-course menu will feature therestaurant’s most-requested items and be available June 17 through June 28. Priced at $30 per person, guests can select one dish from three categories as well as a complimentary 16-ounce beer.
The Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay is offering a special menu for $50. Course I is choice of wedge salad or French onion soup; course II is choice of braised short ribs, seared scallops or bone-in pork chop; and course III is choice of creme brûlée duo or PB&J pudding.
Restaurants inside of the Galleria at Sunset mall will also be participating:
Rodizio Grill will offer a three-course dinner for $40. Dinner begins with choice of homemade polenta, pao de queijo (cheese bread) or banana frita. Main course is the full Rodizio Grill experience, including endless rotisserie meats and signature salad bar. Dessert choices of torta brigaderio or custom cheesecake with guava sauce round out the meal.
GEN Korean BBQ’s menu includes an all-you-can-eat lunch ($20) or dinner ($30), completing the meal with an ice cream macaron. Utilizing a cooking grill equipped at each table, diners choose their favorites from a wide selection of freshly prepared meats, seafood and vegetables to create the perfect dish.
A four-course dinner will be available at World of Beer for $30. The first course includes the choice of a Caesar or spring kale salad followed by choice of mac n cheese bites or pesto hummus. Entrees include IPA Salman or half back baby back ribs. For dessert, guests have the option of the apple cobbler dessert flatbread or salted caramel cookie skillet.
Bobby Mao’s Chinese Kitchen + Mexican Cantina will offer a three-course lunch for $20. The first course includes choice of either wonton, hot & sour or chicken tortilla soup. For the second course, guests have the option of any chicken or beef entrees on the Chinese or Mexican menus. In addition, diners can top off the meal with chocolate or vanilla ice cream.
“Marriage Can Be Murder” at D Las Vegas is participating in Restaurant Week. The award-winning dinner show will help take a bite out of hunger by donating 20 percent of ticket proceeds from June 17 to June 28 to Three Square Food Bank when the code “3SQUARE” is used at checkout online or at the box office by calling 702-388-2111.
Maxie’s Restaurant Week menu ($30) includes:
First Course (select one):
Nuts & Berries Salad: Organic field greens, Manchego cheese, mixed berries, fancy nuts, avocado, jalapeño with house berry vinaigrette.
Maxie’s Caesar Salad: Romaine lettuce, croutons, parmesan and house Caesar dressing.
Second Course (select one):
Turkey Dinner: Oven roasted turkey breast, seasonal veggies, house potatoes and turkey gravy.
Loco Moco: Beef patty, garlic fried rice, two eggs over easy and brisket gravy.
Choice of Classic Milkshake: Vanilla, chocolate or strawberry.
Mott 32 at The Venetian is offering 3 prix-fixe menus. The primary menu ($80) features spicy tofus amuse, hot and sour Iberico pork Shanghainese soup dumplings and choice of stir-fry M6 Wagyu Sirloin or grilled sea bass, and a bamboo forest. The gluten-free menu ($80) features spicy toy muse, wild mushroom and water chestnut dumplings, grilled sea bass, king prawns and fresh mango and coconut rise roll. The vegan menu ($50) features spicy tofu amuse, wild mushroom and water chestnut dumplings, little gem salad, stir-fryShanghainese noodles and fresh mango and coconut rice roll.
North Italia welcomes the community to sit back, relax and enjoy every sip, bite and moment with its delicious, three-course dinner menu during Las Vegas Restaurant Week! For $30 per person, guests can enjoy their choice of starter, entrée and dessert.
Starters (choose one):
Entrée (choose one):
Wagyu Skirt Steak
Dessert (choose one):
Salted Caramel Budino
Pistachio Olive Oil Cake
sbe vegas-based restaurants will be participating in Restaurant Week June 17-28, presented by Three Square Food Bank for its annual celebration of dining out for a cause. Kumi Japanese Restaurant + Bar and Red Square Restaurant + Lounge in Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino will offer the opportunity for visitors to taste specialty courses with priced prix fixe menus available for dinner. Kumi features a modern Japanese menu with a Korean-American twist and Red Square's exquisite menue includes easy-to-share plates such as Steak Tartare, Chicken Kiev and an impressive caviar selection. Red Square is Russian-influenced with an incomparible vodka selection to choose from. Restaurant week menu special is $50 per guest including appetizers, main course, and desert.
Smoked Burgers & BBQ Restaurant Week menu ($30) includes:
BBQ Spiced House Salad: Organic mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions tossed in a BBQ vinaigrette.
BBQ Madness Burger: Half pound angus patty with BBQ brisket, crispy onions, lettuce, tomato, dill pickles and aged cheddar cheese.
IBC Root Beer Float: Vanilla bean ice cream and a bottle root beer.
Station Casinos and their restaurants will also be participating:
Green Valley Ranch Resort
Borracha Mexican Cantina: With decorative and festival skulls watching over guests, Borracha will serve up a three-course menu with Mexican-inspired dishes to enjoy. Highlights include bubbling cheese fondido or tostada salad; followed by chili relleno or flaming tequila fajitas; and fried ice cream, traditional flan, or frosted flake rice pudding for dessert ($30 per person).
Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca: Featuring luscious herb-friendly cuisine and breathtaking ambiance; Bottiglia invites guests to dine out for a cause. Guests can start with a choice of chopped salad or arancini; followed by pappardelle Bolognese, pan-roasted halibut or chicken “parm;” and finish with tiramisu or chocolate coconut pudding ($50 per person).
Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis: Known as the best steakhouse in Henderson, guests can kick off the season with a three-course dinner featuring a summer watermelon salad; followed by Creekstone NY Striploin; and Hank’s chocolate bar for dessert ($80 per person).
Tide’s Seafood & Sushi: Celebrate the spirit of New Orleans and enjoy unforgettable seafood-inspired dishes for a cause. Guests can enjoy sweet and spicy bacon wrapped shrimp; followed by snapper creole and cheesecake with raspberry sauce to finish ($40 per person).
Boathouse Asian Eatery: Boasting an eclectic mix of Japanese and East Asian cuisine, Boathouse will serve up a special four-course menu featuring crab wontons or pot stickers; a choice of tuna poke salad or seaweed cucumber salad; followed by signature dishes such as shaking beef or kung pao chicken served with steam white or brown rice; and finished with deep fried Oreo and vanilla bean ice cream or mochi ice cream ($30 per person).
The Charcoal Room: Known as one of the finest steakhouses in Las Vegas, guests can enjoy a baby spinach salad; followed by surf n’ turf with prime New York steak, grilled shrimp, scampi sauce; and a chocolate lava cake for dessert ($40 per person).
Palms Casino Resort
Mabel’s BBQ: Featuring prime cuts cooked low and slow, guests can kick the evening off with a PBR draft beer followed by a cracklin’ kale and apple salad; and finished with any choice of meat with two sides excluding giant beef rib and loaded potatoes ($30 per person).
Sara’s: Inspired by nostalgic restaurants of Old Las Vegas, created by Michael Symon, guests can start with a choice of 1924 Caesar or shaved vegetable salad; then continue with truffle fried chicken or smoked prime rib; and later enjoy a profiterole with vanilla ice cream, pistachio and caramel as dessert ($80 per person).
Scotch 80 Prime: Combining classic Las Vegas charm with an unparalleled dining experience, guests can indulge in a special three-course menu. Highlights include its ribeye ravioli or The Spazz salad; followed by a 12 oz Creekstone Farms rib cap or Faroe Island salmon; and a verbena pannacotta to finish ($80 per person).
Vetri Cucina: Known for its Italian heritage meets Philly tradition, created by Marc Vetri, guests can enjoy a specially curated menu complete with a choice of sweet onion crepe or seafood crudo; followed by almond tortellini or pork ragù pappardelle; complete with seafood misto or smoked goat and polenta ($80 per person).
Red Rock Resort
Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill: Boasting Japanese cuisine, as well as pristine quality sushi and sashimi and Japanese specialties from the hot kitchen, guests can enjoy an array of Japanese-inspired dishes for a great cause. Enjoy miso soup or edamame; followed by yellowtail, tuna, and salmon sashimi, Ebi tempura roll or house salad; and then continue with a sushi platter, fried chicken Blue Ribbon style, seared Pacific King salmon, or oxtail fried rice; and finish with a gingerbread pudding ($50 per person).
T-bones Chophouse & Lounge: A modern interpretation of the classic American chophouse, T-bones will serve up a four-course menu complete with lobster rolls; Campari tomato and burrata; Niman Ranch New York Strip and toffee cake to finish ($80 per person).
Robert Irvine’s Public House at Tropicana Las Vegas
From 5 p.m. to close, Robert Irvine’s Public House at Tropicana Las Vegas will be offering a 3 course dinner for $45. Guests get the choice of Public House Burnt Ends or PH Poutine, before indulging in the second course with a choice of Fish & Chips or Short Rib & Guinness Pie. For dessert, guests will be able to choose between the Skillet Baked Triple Chocolate Cookie, or the mouthwatering Banoffee Pie.
The Oyster Bar: Known as a locals’ favorite, The Oyster Bar invites guests to enjoy shrimp fritters with sweet potato, shrimp, Fresno remoulade, English cucumber; followed by halibut with summer squash, cilantro chive oil, and lemon foam; complete with a lemon tart for dessert ($40 per person).
Pasta Cucina: Enjoy a sophisticated ambiance, an incredible array of Italian cuisine and a superior selection of fine wines. Pasta Cucina will offer antipasto with bocconcini, green olives, pepperoncini, Gena salami, iceberg; a veal rollatini with prosciutto, parmesan, mozzarella and a vanilla ricotta to finish ($40 per person).
Sonoma Cellar: From prime steaks to fresh seafood, Sonoma Cellar invites guests to dine out with its three-course menu. Highlights include a hearts of palm salad with arugula, heirloom tomato, pine nuts, crispy parmesan, chives, avocado dressing; surf and turf with 12oz prime strip loin, scallops, asparagus, truffle butter; and a peanut butter pie with grape jam, whipped cream cheese, and Oreo crumbs for dessert ($50 per person).
Beaumont’s Southern Kitchen: Featuring comfort food favorites with a creative twist on presentation and flavors, guests can enjoy the finest in barbeque with this special three-course menu. Highlights include Texas caviar cobb with romaine, bell peppers, black eye peas, black beans, tomato, charred corn, smoked buttermilk ranch; hickory grilled shrimp with Tennessee whiskey BBQ sauce, cheddar cheese grits; and Strawberry Shortcake with cinnamon sugar biscuits and vanilla Chantilly ($30 per person).
Treasure Island hotel-casino and its restaurants are also participating:
Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall and Bar-B-Que
Cowboys and cowgirls can start their two-course lunch with a choice of Gilley’s Chili, chicken tortilla soup or house salad. Entrée choices include Chipotle chicken sandwich, BBQ pulled pork sandwich, Lone Star Burger or Apple chicken salad. All entrées are served with French fries and a fountain beverage. This Restaurant Week menu is available for $20 per person, and guests can upgrade to any side order for $4.99.
For dinner, Gilley’s offers a finger lickin’ three-course meal for $40. After devouring a starter Gilley’s chili, chicken tortilla soup or house salad, guests will dine on their choice of Smoked Short Rib Mac & Cheese; crispy salmon Veracruz-style, seared over Mesquite wood and topped with Veracruz sauce, served on a bed of Spanish rice and broccolini; or St. Louis Spare Ribs, served with choice of macaroni & cheese, sautéed broccolini or whipped potatoes. The dessert course is a sweet choice between Down Home Strawberry Shortcake or peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream.
Guests can dive into a three-course dinner for $30.15 at Seafood Shack, and choose an appetizer of chicken gumbo or lobster beignets, savory Maine lobster “doughnuts” with chipotle aioli. The main course offers a choice between San Francisco cioppino with clams, shrimp, mussels and fish simmered in a rich tomato broth; Cajun seafood pasta with shrimp, crawfish, crab and Cajun sausage; or a blackened chicken breast with Andouille sausage and Mornay sauce. The meal concludes with carrot cake or key lime pie.
Phil’s Italian Steakhouse
Treasure Island’s premiere steak house offers a decadent three-course dinner for $50. Appetizer choices include soup or salad: Lobster and corn chowder, made with fresh Maine lobster and sweet corn; or French onion soup with Gruyere and Swiss cheeses; Butter lettuce with strawberries, hearts of palm, feta cheese and balsamic vinaigrette; or Caesar salad. Follow soup or salad with an 8 oz. filet mignon; Mediterranean sea bass, served in a lobster and fennel broth with spinach risotto; Chicken Fillipo, a free-range chicken breast served with potato and vegetable cakes; or vegetable risotto, with baby spinach, courgettes, baby carrots, red bell peppers, yellow squash and Arborio rice. A cappuccino crème brûlée concludes the meal.
In 2018, Las Vegas Restaurant Week raised more than $230,000, allowing Three Square to provide approximately 690,000 meals to the more than 271,000 food insecure residents in Southern Nevada.
Diners are encouraged to share their experiences and be a part of the conversation on Twitter and Instagram by following @threesquarelv and using the hashtags #LVRW and #HelpOutDineOutLV, and on Facebook by ‘Liking’ the Las Vegas Restaurant Week page.