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 12th installment to provide visitors 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: BLT Steak at Balley’s Las Vegas).
Restaurant Week begins on Monday, June 18 and runs through Friday, June 29. 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 37 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 420,000 meals for the community.
Several restaurants will offer different brunch, lunch, and dinner menus, with some menu items exclusive to their Restaurant Week 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, available for both lunch and dinner. To start, guests will be given the restaurant’s bucket of peel-and-eat shrimp. Guests will then be able to choose between the Wicked Burger, cheese burger, or Caesar salad as their entrée. A Ding Dong wedge will be provided for dessert. At $30, this three-course all-American meal is sure to please guests.
BLT Steak at Bally’s Las Vegas, which combines bistro ambiance with steakhouse fare, invites guests to experience their Restaurant Week dinner menu. Begin with a chopped salad or warm mozzarella caprese salad. As an entrée, guests can choose between an 8oz petite filet, or salmon. For dessert, guests will be treated to a pomegranate Napoleon. This $80 dinner menu is the perfect fit for those looking to have a classic steakhouse experience at an affordable price.
Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas invites guests to experience their French interpretation of the American classic. Guests will start with an appetizer of either buffalo chicken fries or Chicago dog sliders. As a main course, guests can choose between Paris sliders, a country fried chicken burger, or the Thanksgiving-inspired Sunday turkey leftovers burger. This menu is available for both lunch and dinner at $30.
Center Cut Steakhouse at Flamingo Las Vegas is the go-to spot for classic Vegas dining. Start with a prawn cocktail and an apple and frisee salad. For the main entrée, guests will have their choice of filet mignon, rack of lamb, or scallops. End on a sweet note with the crème brulee or “candy bar” for dessert. With four courses at $80, guests are sure to leave satisfied by this special dinner menu.
GIADA at The Cromwell is where Emmy Award-winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis shares her Italian cuisine with refreshing California influences. GIADA will be offering 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. This four-course meal begins with signature antipasti, followed by a Margherita pizzette, both served family-style. For an entrée, guests can choose between cavatelli or lemon pesto grilled cheese. This brunch menu is concluded with a lemon ricotta ice cream cookie sandwich.
The dinner menu at $80 per person is available Monday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and Friday through Sunday, 5 p.m. to 10:45 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, Berkshire pork tomahawk, or pistachio crusted salmon. This delectable meal will be concluded with Giada’s signature cookies.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace is celebrated chef Gordon Ramsay’s take on the English pub experience. This restaurant will be offering two menus for Restaurant Week – a $30 lunch menu and a $50 dinner menu.
For lunch, guests will be treated to a first course of tomato soup with parmesan pesto toast. The second course is a Shepard’s Pie, with root vegetables and cheddar potato. The third course is a dessert of Ramsay’s signature sticky toffee pudding.
The dinner menu begins with either a Caesar salad or tomato soup with parmesan pesto toast. This course is followed by the guest’s choice of either prime flat iron steak, chicken curry, or Shepard’s Pie. For dessert, guests can choose between either sticky toffee pudding or vanilla pudding.
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 one of Guy Fieri’s world-famous signature margaritas, the Caliente Margarita, followed by the Borracho house salad. The main course is a Borracho Platter with a carne asada or chicken taco and one enchilada, served with rice and beans. The menu is available for both lunch and dinner and is priced at $40.
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino offers a taste of celebrity chef Guy Fieri’s signature cuisine, featuring bold flavors and interesting takes on traditional dishes. This menu, available for both lunch and dinner, costs $50 and allows guests to start their meal with any of the restaurants signature $15 cocktails. As an appetizer, guests can choose between the lobster lollipops and the tuna poke won tacos. As an entrée, guests can have their choice of any burger or sandwich.
Le Café Ile St. Louis at Paris Las Vegas will offer a three-course lunch menu for $30. Start with French onion soup au gratin or a red quinoa salad. As a second course, guests will be treated to either Chicken Piccata or Salmon Wellington. Guests should save room for a delicious dessert from the restaurant’s talented pastry team.
Mesa Grill at Caesars Palace, Bobby Flay’s acclaimed flagship restaurant, features vibrant southwestern cuisine. 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. Mesa Grill is offering 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. This menu costs $30. The first course includes the guest’s choice of either the roasted corn soup, baby romaine salad, or tiger shrimp with a roasted garlic corn tamale. The main course features a choice between the ranch style eggs tostada, green chile cheeseburger, jumbo lump crab cake, and sixteen spiced chicken. For dessert, guests can indulge in a seasonal dessert from the talented chef team.
The lunch menu is available Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. This menu costs $30. The first course includes the guest’s choice of either the roasted corn soup, baby romaine salad, or tiger shrimp with a roasted garlic corn tamale. The main course features a choice between the green chile cheeseburger, jumbo lump crab cake, and sixteen spiced chicken. Guests will be delighted with a surprise dessert creation from the chef team to end the meal on a sweet note.
The $50 dinner menu is available nightly starting at 5 p.m. As a starter, guests can choose between the roasted corn soup, Sophie’s chopped salad, tiger shrimp with a roasted garlic corn tamale, charred shishito peppers, or, for $5, the burrata and heirloom tomato salad. A choice between the ancho chile honey glazed salmon, red chile braised short ribs ($10 supplement), New Mexican rubbed pork tenderloin, and sixteen-spiced chicken make up the main course selections. To end the meal on a sweet note, guests can choose between the coconut crème key lime pie and the chocolate and berry shortcake.
The Mesa Grill team accepting their 2017 Gold Plate Donor Award for the ninth year in a row.
Old Homestead Steakhouse at Caesars Palace brings a bit of East Coast steakhouse tradition to Caesars Palace with its three course Restaurant Week dinner menu. Guests will start with a steakhouse wedge salad, French onion soup, or colossal shrimp cocktail. For the main course, guests can choose between Atlantic salmon, 8oz. black angus beef filet, or Jidori chicken. The third and final course includes either crème brulee or Big Fat Chocolate Cake. This elegant menu costs $80.
Oyster Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas, will continue their tradition of providing delicious and high-quality seafood by offering a $40 menu, available at both lunch and dinner. As a starter, guests will have a choice of clam chowder or a coastal salad. For the main entrée, guests can enjoy shrimp jambalaya or shellfish boil. Lastly, the dessert options include key lime cheesecake, Mandarin tart, chocolate mousse, and Baked Alaska.
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. For the first course, guests can enjoy the frisée salad, roasted red pepper & buffalo mozzarella, or the cannellini bean hummus. For entrees, guests can choose from pan seared sole, pesto chicken penne, and frilled flat iron. As a dessert, guests will experience either the chocolate raspberry trifle, or the cannoli ice cream sundae.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House at Harrah’s Las Vegas not only features breathtaking views, but also offers an unforgettable dining experience. For $80 per person, guests start with a steak house salad or cup of soup. For the entrée, guests can choose an 11-oz. filet, a 16-oz. ribeye or the chef’s selection of fresh seafood. A personal side dish of either creamed spinach, mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus or sweet potato casserole is also included. Delicious white chocolate raspberry cheesecake with almond bark will complete the meal.
VooDoo Steak at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, set on the 50th floor of the hotel, offers a different approach to your average steakhouse, set apart with remarkable views and prime steaks and chops. VooDoo Steakhouse will offer the finest fare for only $80 for dinner. The selection of starters includes the guest’s choice of Wagyu short rib bruschetta, Maine lobster bisque, or an heirloom beet salad. For the entrée, guests will receive their choice of Angus rib eye, diver sea scallops, or Jidori chicken. 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.