Whether single or in a relationship, Social House located inside Crystals at CityCenter, will offer guests the choice to have some fun with Valentine’s Day, Monday, February 14 with its special Love and Hate menus prepared specifically for the holiday. Each menu will feature a delicious six-course pre fixe dinner for $85 per person.
Offering delectable items on both menus to please any palate, Social House’s Executive Chef Joe Elevado has strategically selected each dish and placed them under the menus to fit the themes. The food is meant to echo the sentiment of the menu, but also designed to highlight the diverse and aesthetically pleasing cuisine available at the restaurant. For example, the Love menu includes Edamame while the Hate menu has spicy Shishito Peppers as an option. And for dessert the Love side features a sweet Nutella Chocolate Chip Push Pop, and on the Hate menu a Blood Orange Creamsicle Push Pop.
Love and Hate menus to include:
|Love Menu||Hate Menu|
Kumomoto Oyster, SH salsa
Sudachi Butter Poached Lobster
Crispy 5 Spice Quail, Kabocha, Sweet Onion Puree
Salmon Wasabi Crème Roll
Nutella Chocolate Chip Push Pop
Crispy Phyllo Oysters
Grilled Truffle Crusted
Seared Petite Filet, Harissa Potatoes
Crispy Unagi Roll
Blood Orange Creamsicle
Social House is an innovative Sushi restaurant with delectable cuisine and unrivaled décor. Its bold culinary vision was created by Executive Chef Joe Elevado, who trained under the acclaimed Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsushisa, as well as the “Japanese Iron Chef,” Masaharu Morimoto. The Social House menu is a masterpiece of Pan-Asian cuisine and Sushi prepared with the freshest ingredients, all deeply influenced by Chef Elevado’s extensive travels throughout Japan and Southeast Asia. Complementing this thoughtful lineup is a dining space that provides a warmth and intimacy suitable to creating an unforgettable evening.
For reservations, please email Michael Humphrey at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information, please visit www.socialhouselv.com or call (702) 736-1122.Reservations are required. Limited spaces are available.