Your Guide to Restaurant Week Las Vegas 2021

After a hiatus last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Las Vegas Restaurant Week returns for its 14th installment June 7 – 18.

More than 120 participating restaurants will be offering three-course prix fixe menus. The price points range from $20-$80. A fixed portion of the meal’s cost will support Three Square Food Bank and the one in eight Southern Nevadans that are food insecure. 

“From local mom-and-pop eateries to celebrity-owned restaurants along the Strip, Las Vegas Restaurant Week is a time when the culinary and greater Southern Nevada communities come together to make a difference in the fight against hunger,” said Brian Burton, president and CEO of Three Square Food Bank.

Restaurant Week’s organizer, Three Square, has announced major changes to the culinary event. This year’s approach will focus on more driving businesses to support the culinary community that took a hard hit in 2020. 

“Southern Nevada has been impacted tremendously by the health and economic fallout of COVID-19, especially our local restaurants. We hope to offer aid through the 12-day event while also benefiting our food-insecure neighbors,” said Burton.

This year, Three Square will only receive $1 per cover, instead of collecting $4-$6 of every meal sold. For the first time ever, Restaurant Week will also offer takeout options in addition, to dine in.

In 2020, Three Square did not hold Las Vegas Restaurant Week. Instead, the food bank focused on local food distribution efforts. According to their website, food insecurity has soared to record-high. Since the pandemic, one in five residents in Southern Nevada are currently facing food insecurity. 

In 2019, Las Vegas Restaurant Week smashed records, totaling $260,000. The food bank was able to provide approximately 780,000 meals to the more than 272,000 food-insecure residents in Southern Nevada.

“This event continues to be a success year after year because of the generosity of the people who live and work here. Thanks to our amazing neighbors across the valley, we’re able to continue our mission of pursuing a hunger-free community,” said Burton.

VegasNews sorted through this year’s offerings at Las Vegas Restaurant Week, below are our can’t-miss deals.

China Poblano

3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Celebrity Chef José Andrés’ China Poblano at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas combines the flavors of Mexico and China to create a breakthrough restaurant experience that encompasses both authentic dishes and inspired new favorites.

DINE-IN:  $30

First CourseSecond CourseThird CourseFourth Course
Choice Of:

Tuna Ceviche
Ahi tuna, soy dressing, avocado, pecans, amaranth (Chips & Salsa included as a starter)

Coconut Ceviche
Young coconut, avocado, teardrop pepper (Chips & Salsa included as a starter)
Choice Of:

Dan Dan Mian
Wheat noodles, Szechuan ground pork sauce

Twenty Vegetable Fried Rice
Fried rice, egg, pea shoot salad and twenty seasonal vegetables
Choice Of:
Pollo a la Parilla Taco
Guacamole, green onion, chile pequin
Frijoles Taco
Refried black beans, requeson, crema, chipotle salsa
Delicate fried pastry coated in sweet cinnamon sugar

Additional Offerings:

Takeout option (available all through service) // Noodles & Tacos for Two | $40 | Includes: Dan Dan Mian: Hand-cut wheat noodles with Szechuan ground pork sauce, toasted peanuts, finished with Chinkiang vinegar // Ants Climbing a Tree: Spicy wok-tossed glass noodles with bok choy, chicken, fresh pea shoots and toasted sesame seeds // 2 Pollo Tacos: Grilled chicken, guacamole, charred cebollitas, chile pequin // 2 Carnitas Tacos: Braised pork, onions, cilantro, chicharrón, salsa verde cruda

Honey Salt 

1031 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145

Honey Salt has taken the Las Vegas brunch scene by storm since opening in 2012. The Summerlin eatery was created by restaurateur Elizabeth Blau and chef Kim Canteenwall. Honey Salt’s seasonally changing, farm-to-table menu features a menu of classic comfort food favorites with regionally available quality ingredients. The menu is complemented by a selection of hand-crafted cocktails, a diverse and approachable wine list, and a great selection of beers


First CourseSecond CourseThird Course
Choice Of:

Elizabeth’s Caesar
Tuscan kale, romaine, black garlic dressing parmesanCrispy Brussels SproutsLemon zest, balsamic reduction

Grandma Rosie’s Turkey Meatballs
Alta cucina tomatoes, caramelized onions bellwether farms ricotta cheese
Choice Of:

Tuna Poke Bowl
Black rice, edamame, tofu, pickled ginger, avocado radish, sesame seeds, ponzu

Bacon Grilled Cheese
aged cheddar, rustic sourdough roasted tomato soup

Biloxi Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich
creamy slaw, house durkee’s dressing brioche bun, french fries
Choice Of: 

Chocolate chip cookie meets chocolate fudge brownie with salted caramel chunk ice cream

Strawberry Shortcake
Whipped cream, fresh strawberries

Honey Salt is also offering a Dinner menu for Restaurant Week. 

Sparrow + Wolf

4480 Spring Mountain Rd #100, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Located in Chinatown, Sparrow + Wolf is a favorite for locals and tourists alike. The eatery is the brainchild of chef Brian Howard, who spent over 20 years working his way through some of Las Vegas’ most prestigious kitchens. Their rotating menu is inspired by Howard’s travels, where shareable plates fuse ways of cooking dating from the 18th century with modern techniques to create unique dishes and cocktails.  

DINE-IN: $50

First CourseSecond CourseThird Course
Choice Of:

Hamachi Crudo
Cold pressed cucumber Aguachile, blood orange and cilantro

Grilled Asparagus
Avocado & fennel salad, torn sourdough, ramen egg, togarashi lime vinaigrette
Choice Of:

Maine lobster gnocchi
White asparagus, béarnaise (can be vegetarian)

Robbins island waygu beef ribeyeSweet onion, furikake, tazsou (supplement +25)

Beef cheek ravioli
Chanterelle mushrooms, bone marrow, horseradish & peas
Choice Of:
Key Lime Pie
Lime leaf, lemongrass, coconut merengue, toasted rice

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Located in the Sahara Las Vegas, Bazaar Meat is a wild and wonderful celebration of the carnivorous, in all its forms. The design, ambiance and menu are adapted to resonate with a Las Vegas audience where bold choices, big flavor, and stunning showmanship rule the day. Enjoy nuanced, playful cuisine and cocktails for which The Bazaar by José Andrés has become known on both coasts, in a strikingly seductive setting.

DINE-IN: $80

First CourseSecond CourseThird Course
Choice Of:

Cotton Candy Foie Gras
Crispy amaranth

Bagel & Lox Cone*
Dill cream cheese, Salmon Roe

Gazpacho Estilo Algeciras
Tomato, cucumber, green bell pepper

Lucia Salad
Caesar Dressing, Anchovy & Crouton
Choice Of:

American Wagyu/Black Angus Skirt Steak,
(Rosewood, TX) Rosemary-mustard sauce

Papas Canarias
Wrinkled potatoes & mojo verde

Setas al Ajillo
Button Mushrooms, garlic, nasturtium
Choice Of: 

Cheese Cake Tart
Chantilly and Seasonal Fruit

Joe’s Seafood

3500 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab first opened in Miami Beach in 1913. 100 years later, it is widely recognized as one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. Joe’s features an extensive selection of seafood, flown in fresh daily, to complement the world’s finest Florida Stone Crab claws. Joe’s also features signature prime steaks, hand-carved by master butchers such as the 24 oz. Bone-In Rib Eye, or Bone-in Filet Mignon. 

DINE-IN: $60

First CourseSecond CourseThird Course
Choice Of:

BLT Wedge
Smoked Bacon, Grape Tomatoes, Chopped Egg, Blue Cheese, Joe’s Vinaigrette

Joe’s Chopped Salad
Tomato, Cucumber, Carrot, Black Olives, Feta Cheese, Honey Roasted Peanuts, Joe’s Vinaigrette
Choice Of:

Grilled Alaskan Halibut
Peas, Charred Lemon Vinaigrette

8 oz Filet Mignon
Served with Jennie’s Mashed Potatoes and Broccolini
Choice Of:

Key Lime Pie
Our house specialty with a graham cracker crust and whipped cream

Blueberry Pie

Mon Ami Gabi

3655 S Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Mon Ami Gabi is a classic French bistro that embraces a passion for food, wine, and culture. In 2017, Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas was named one of the top 100 restaurants in the country for gross food and beverage sales by Restaurant Business – serving an estimated 300,000 meals. Known for its famous Strip patio, the French eatery also offers a handpicked selection of more than 80 boutique French wine varietals. 


First CourseSecond CourseThird Course
Choice Of:

Onion Soup
Baked Gruyere

Artisinal Feta Cheese, Rosemary Toasted Croutons

Baked Goat Cheese
Tomato Sauce, Warm Herb Garlic Bread

Gem Lettuce Salad
Roquefort Cheese, Walnuts, Grapes
Choice Of:

Salmon, Spinach & Baby Kale Salad
Avocado, Blueberries, Walnuts, Citrus Vinaigrette

Steak & Frites
Choice of Sauces: Classique, Au Poivre, Bearnaise

Trout Almondine
French Green Beans, Brown Butter, Lemon

Grilled Chicken BreastRatatouille,
Arugula-Basil-Parsley Puree, Tomato Vinaigrette
Choice Of:

Creme Brulee
Burnt Vanilla Custard

Daily Sorbet Chocolate Mousse
Chocolate Pearls, Whipped Cream

Madeleines and Warm Chocolate

Additional Offerings:

Additional choice for first course: Fruits de Mer Sampler – Shrimp Cocktail, Market Oysters and Salmon Tartar Additional choice for second course: Cavatelli Pasta & Shrimp – Spring Vegetables, basil-hazelnut pesto, grana padano Cavatelli Pasta & Shrimp* A la provencale, cherry tomatoes, spicy lemon sauce

Panevino Ristorante

246 Via Antonio Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89119

With unrivaled views of the Las Vegas Strip, Panevino is one of the most distinctive off-strip restaurants in Las Vegas. Their menu appeals to those seeking authentic and traditional Italian cuisine served with innovative flavors, presentation and ambiance. The menu also includes plenty of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. A continuously updated, extensive world-class wine list rounds out the exquisite dining experience.


First CourseSecond CourseThird Course
Choice Of:

Crab Cake
Crispy Maryland style crab cake with honey mustard dressing

Andrea Salad
Chopped romaine, cucumbers, avocado, tomatoes, cannellini beans, and radicchio with crumbled blue cheese in a lemon dressing

Creamy Mushroom Soup (Plant-Based, Gluten-Free)
Creamy wild mushroom soup

Baked Vegetable Casserole (Plant-Based, Gluten-Free
A symphony of stewed zucchini, yellow squash, eggplant, bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, fennel seeds and thyme
Choice Of:

Vincenzo’s Organic “Ricotta” & Spinach Ravioli (Plant-Based )
Homemade spinach ravioli filled with organic “ricotta” and chopped walnuts, in a creamy vodka tomato sauce (oil free)

Four Cheese Ravioli
Homemade ravioli filled with ricotta, provolone, Gorgonzola and mozzarella cheese, in a creamy vodka tomato sauce and homemade Italian sausage

Grilled Scottish Salmon
Grilled Scottish salmon with roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables drizzled with lemon parsley sauce

Chicken Piccata
Pan seared chicken breast in a lemon-butter and caper sauce on a bed of roasted potatoes
Choice Of:
Vincenzo’s Decadent Chocolate Pudding (Plant-Based, Gluten-Free)
Fat free cocoa creamy chocolate pudding with fresh strawberries

Lemon Pastry Cream and Strawberry Napoleon
Puff pastry layered with lemon pastry cream and fresh strawberries

For a complete list of restaurants participating in Restaurant Week, go to The website lets you filter by cuisine type, price point, and location. Reservations are recommended. 

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