Fifteen Caesars Entertainment Restaurants will participate in one of Las Vegas’ most anticipated events, Three Square Food Bank’s annual Las Vegas Restaurant Week (Pictured: Filet from Ruth’s Chris Steak House).
Restaurant Week returns for its tenth anniversary to provide tourists and locals the opportunity to affordably dine at some of Caesars Entertainment’s most popular restaurants while also helping to end hunger in the Las Vegas valley.
Restaurant Week will begin on Monday, June 6 and runs through Friday, June 17. Guests who take advantage of special Restaurant Week menus will contribute to this great effort with a portion of proceeds from the sale of each menu benefiting Three Square. For every $1 raised, Three Square provides three meals for hungry families in Southern Nevada. Since 2007, Three Square Food Bank has provided nearly 3 million meals for those in need through Las Vegas Restaurant Week. Since first participating in Las Vegas Restaurant Week in 2010, Caesars Entertainment has provided more than 264,000 meals for the community.
Exciting pre fixe menus will be offered by all participating restaurants. Breakfast and lunch options will be priced at either $20.00 or $30.00. Dinner options will be priced at $30.00, $40.00, $50.00 or $80.00. Participating restaurants include:
All-American Bar & Grille at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino offers lunch and dinner menus. The lunch menu, priced at $30, starts with a fire-grilled shrimp cocktail served hot, followed with a sophisticated BLT and your choice of a vanilla, strawberry or chocolate milkshake for dessert. Dinner guests will enjoy an avocado bacon Caprese salad followed by double turf and surf sampler consisting of braised short rib, filet medallion, fire-grilled shrimp, whipped potatoes and grilled asparagus. Crème caramel and seasonal berries finish the meal, all priced at $40.
Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas invites guests to experience the French interpretation of the American classic. Choices include a chopped romaine salad or house-made spinach dip to start. The main entrée selection includes the Five Alarm open-face chili burger, Pastrami burger, or pork patty followed by strawberry rhubarb cheesecake. Menu is available for lunch at $20.
Chayo Mexican Kitchen at The LINQ Promenade offers a variety of Latin-inspired food for all taste buds. Choose between a Caesar salad or chicken tortilla soup followed by your choice of Tinga chicken, carnitas tacos, creamy corn enchiladas, pork enchiladas or a Mexico City burrito. End on a sweet note with Tres Leches or flan. Dinner is priced at $30.
Center Cut Steakhouse at Flamingo Las Vegas is the go-to spot for classic Vegas dining. Start with a shrimp cocktail then choose between lobster chowder, house wedge salad or Caesar salad. For the main entrée, guests will have a choice of the 10oz filet and coconut shrimp, 20oz bone-in rib-eye, free-range chicken alfredo or pan-seared Scottish salmon. End on a sweet note with vanilla crème brulee or white chocolate cheesecake. With four courses at $80, guests are sure to leave satisfied.
Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino will take your taste buds on a journey to Flavor Town starting with chips & salsa and mango jicama crunch ensalada followed by grilled street corn. The main course starts with a selection of carne asada, pollo, or fish a la plancha. Additionally, guests are also able to select one taco and one enchilada. El Burro’s dinner menu is priced at $40.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace is celebrated chef Gordon Ramsay’s take on the English pub experience. With that, the restaurant will be showcasing a three-course lunch for $30 with a selection of signature dishes including pan-seared Scottish salmon and sticky toffee pudding.
Le Café Ile St. Louis at Paris Las Vegas will offer a three-course menu for lunch at $30. Between French onion soup au gratin, quinoa salad, Cioppino with salmon, tiger shrimp, mussels and crab or Ossoc Bucco, there is something for everyone.
Hash House A Go Go at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino invites guests to experience their $30 Restaurant Week lunch menu featuring a choice of creamy tomato soup or banana donut popper’s to start. Main course selections include the cheese burger burrito or breakfast quesadilla, finished with a s’mores milkshake or red velvet ice cream sandwich.
Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace, Bobby Flay’s acclaimed flagship restaurant featuring vibrant southwestern cuisine, will offer lunch, dinner and brunch menus. Since 2011, Mesa Grill has been Restaurant Week’s top Gold Plate Donor, a rewarding achievement earned year after year for raising the most funds in their category.
Old Homestead Steakhouse at Caesars Palace brings a bit of East Coast steakhouse tradition to Caesars Palace with its three-course Restaurant Week menu. Guests will start with a choice of French onion soup, steakhouse wedge or colossal shrimp cocktail. Main course options include Atlantic salmon, 8oz Black Angus beef filet or Petaluma chicken. Crème brulee or the big fat chocolate cake finishes the meal. The multi-coursed dinner menu is priced at $80.
Off The Strip at the LINQ Promenade is a favorite for Las Vegas locals, featuring classic bistro and bar comfort food. The Restaurant Week lunch menu starts with a choice of baby greens salad or the soup du jour followed by a main course of chicken parmesan, rigatoni a la vodka or salmon with quinoa and rosemary butter. A chocolate hazelnut tartelette completes the meal, priced at $30. For dinner guests will enjoy the same fantastic menu with a cocktail or glass of premium wine for $50.
Oyster Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas has been voted Best Seafood in Las Vegas and has prepared an incredible $80 dinner menu for the occasion. Guests will have a choice of Maryland crab cakes, tuna sashimi or tiger prawns, followed by a costal garden salad, traditional Caesar salad or New England clam chowder. Main entrée selections include Bourbon Street jambalaya with chicken or shrimp, 8oz lobster tail, classic shrimp scampi, pan-seared Scottish salmon or grilled rib-eye steak. Finishing the meal, guests have a choice of key lime pie, Reese’s peanut butter cup pie or Oreo ice cream pie.
Rao’s, the authentic Italian experience at Caesars Palace, includes a $50 pre-fixed dinner menu with three entrée options featuring the restaurant’s most popular dishes. Start with appetizers like the Caesar salad or fried green tomato “caprese”. For entrees, guests can choose from the Quattro Formaggi, flat iron steak or salmon harissa. For dessert, guests can choose from Tiramisu or cannoli alla Sicliana.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House at Harrah’s Las Vegas not only features breathtaking views but also an unforgettable dining experience. For $80, guest will start with a steak house or harvest salad. For the entrée, you can choose a 6oz petite filet, stuffed chicken breast or chef’s selection of seasonal fish. Family style accompaniments of garlic mashed potatoes and creamed spinach are also included. Crème brulee will complete the meal.
VooDoo Steak at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino will offer the finest fare for only $80 for dinner, with a selection of classic appetizers such as French onion soup, Caesar salad or marinated heirloom tomato and entrees such as a 6oz. filet mignon, prime flat iron steak, pan-seared Ora King New Zealand salmon or free-range roasted chicken. For dessert, enjoy a duo chocolate caramel bombe cake with milk chocolate Bavarian & bittersweet chocolate mousse and hazelnut coffee buttery crust.
For the full list of Restaurant Week participants and menu specifics, visit: http://www.helpoutdineoutlv.org/.