Caesars Entertainment is proud to participate once again in one of Las Vegas’ most anticipated culinary events, Three Square Food Bank’s annual Las Vegas Restaurant Week. Restaurant Week returns for its 11th year to provide tourists and locals the opportunity to affordably dine at some of Caesars Entertainment’s most popular restaurants while also helping end hunger in the Las Vegas valley (Pictured: Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together in Vegas – Photo credit: Dustin Haney).
Restaurant Week begins on Monday, June 19 and runs through Friday, June 30. Guests who take advantage of special Restaurant Week menus contribute to this deserving cause with a portion of proceeds from each sale benefiting Three Square. For every $1 raised, Three Square provides three meals for hungry families in Southern Nevada. Three Square Food Bank provides 33 million meals per year for those in need through the help of Las Vegas Restaurant Week. Since first participating in Las Vegas Restaurant Week in 2010, Caesars Entertainment has provided more than 338,000 meals for the community.
Breakfast and lunch options will be priced at either $20 or $30. Dinner options will be priced at $30, $40, $50 or $80.
Reba, Brooks & Dunn Give Back
For the first time, Caesars Palace resident performers Reba McEntire, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn are getting in on the Restaurant Week action and giving back to the Las Vegas community. Guests who dine on a Restaurant Week dinner menu at Mesa Grill, Rao’s, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, MR CHOW and Old Homestead Steakhouse at Caesars Palace will have the option to add a ticket to “REBA, BROOKS & DUNN: Together in Vegas” for $20. A portion of the ticket sales will directly benefit Three Square. Show tickets are available for the performance on Sunday, June 25 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Participating restaurants include:
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 and three-course dinner for $50 with a selection of signature dishes including Shepard’s Pie and sticky toffee pudding.
Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace, Bobby Flay’s acclaimed flagship restaurant featuring vibrant southwestern cuisine, will offer brunch, lunch and dinner 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.
Known as one of the best brunches in Las Vegas, Mesa Grill’s brunch menu is available Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $30. Start with soup, salad or the signature tiger shrimp tamale. For the entrée, selections include sixteen-spiced chicken, green chile cheeseburger or jumbo lump crab cake. The talented chef team will prepare a delicious dessert to complete the meal. Brunch is priced at $30. Mesa Grill’s lunch menu provides the same options as brunch with the additional option of spicy chicken and sweet potato hash for the entrée selection. Lunch is priced at $30.
This year’s three-course dinner menu includes a variety of Flay’s famous dishes such as the charred shishito peppers, ancho chile honey glazed salmon with spicy black bean sauce, red chile braised short ribs, and the fire roasted pork porterhouse chop with peach habanero salsa. Dinner is priced at $50.
MR CHOW at Caesars Palace invites guests to taste iconic dishes in a family-style three course dinner for $80. Appetizers include traditional dishes like MR CHOW spare ribs and Jade water fish dumpling. Entrée choices include options such as the vibrant Green Prawns and Velvet Chicken. Each meal also includes a side of vegetable sautéed rice or sautéed baby bok choy as well as the chef’s selection of dessert. Vegetarian options are also available upon request.
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 can start with a choice of French onion soup, steakhouse wedge salad or colossal shrimp cocktail. Main course options include Atlantic salmon, 8 oz. Black Angus beef filet or Petaluma chicken. Crème brulee or the Big Fat Chocolate Cake finishes the meal. The multi-course dinner menu is priced at $80.
Rao’s, the authentic Italian-New York City experience at Caesars Palace, includes a $50 pre-fixed dinner menu with three entrée options featuring some of the restaurant’s most popular dishes. Guests can enjoy the kale Caesar salad, fried spinach and ricotta ravioli or tomato basil bisque as an appetizer to begin. For entrees, guests can choose from the chicken Milanese, beef lasagna or shrimp oreganato. For dessert, guests can choose from a salted caramel budino or raspberry sorbet.
Center Cut Steakhouse at Flamingo Las Vegas is the go-to spot for classic steakhouse dining in Las Vegas. Start with chilled spiced prawns and then the choice of lobster bisque, house wedge salad or Caesar salad. For the main entrée, guests will have a choice of the 28-day wet-aged 10-oz. filet, 45-day dry-aged Cowboy Bone-In Rib-Eye, tellicherry black pepper fettuccine or crispy skinned Atlantic salmon. End on a sweet note with killer chocolate cake or vanilla bean cheesecake. With four decadent courses at $80, guests are sure to leave satisfied.
Oyster Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas, will offer a delicious $40 dinner menu for the occasion. Guests will have a choice of clam chowder or a coastal garden salad. For the main entrée, guests can enjoy shrimp jambalaya or shellfish boil. Lastly, the dessert options include key lime pie, Reese’s peanut butter cup pie or Oreo ice cream pie.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House at Harrah’s Las Vegas not only features breathtaking views, but also offers an unforgettable dining experience. For $80, guests start with a steak house or harvest salad. For the entrée, guests can choose an 11-oz. filet, a 16-oz. ribeye or the chef’s fresh seafood selection. A personal side dish of creamed spinach, mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus or sweet potato casserole is also included. Delicious white chocolate raspberry cheesecake will complete the meal.
Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill at Harrah’s Las Vegas will offer a selection of southern favorites in a $30 lunch and $40 dinner for Restaurant Week. Lunch includes three courses with fried mac and cheese balls, choice of a classic entrée burger or sandwich and a southern fried Twinkie for dessert. The three course dinner menu offers chicken tortilla soup or a Caesar salad to start. Entrée choices include blackened seared salmon, chicken fried steak or BBQ half chicken. The meal is topped off with the southern fried Twinkie or brownie sundae.
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino will offer the ultimate Vegas breakfast combo for $20. Start with the Hangover Recovery Bloody Mary and then enjoy breakfast sausage, bacon and eggs followed by a Miller Lite Tall Boy Roadie.
Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas invites guests to experience its French interpretation of American classics. For the first course guests will enjoy a fresh watermelon and feta salad. The main entrée selections include the Pulled Pork Jalapeño Pork Popper Burger or Country Fried Chicken Burger followed by an indulgent slice of Guinness chocolate cake with Bailey’s ice cream for dessert. The menu is available for lunch and dinner for $20.
Le Café Ile St. Louis at Paris Las Vegas will offer a three-course lunch menu for $30. Start with a fresh tomato salad or the pear and walnut salad continued by Cioppino, beef bourguignon or stuffed chicken. Finish off the delectable meal with an orange brandy upside down cake served with buttermilk ice cream.
All-American Bar & Grille at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino will offer a classic lunch and dinner menu, priced at $30. Guests start with a bucket of delicious peel and eat shrimp followed by the choice of the spicy Wicked Burger, a classic cheeseburger or a fresh Caesar salad. Finish off the meal with a Ding Dong wedge for dessert.
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 a Caliente Margarita followed by the Borracho house salad. The main course is a Borracho Platter with carne asada or chicken, as well as one taco and one enchilada served with rice and beans. The dinner menu is priced at $40.
VooDoo Steak at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino will offer the finest fare for only $80 for dinner. The selection includes rich and delicious dishes such as Wagyu short rib bruschetta, Maine lobster bisque, Angus rib eye, and diver sea scallops. For dessert, guests can enjoy an assortment of sorbets and ice cream.
For the full list of Restaurant Week participants and menu specifics, visit: http://www.helpoutdineoutlv.org.