Las Vegas Restaurant Week is a “celebration of dining out for a cause,” and several downtown restaurants are offering exceptional values to benefit a nonprofit, Three Square Food Bank.
Participating restaurants across the city have put together special prix fixe (fancy for “fixed price”) menus, with a portion of sales going to Three Square Food Bank. These prix fixe menus offer guests a unique opportunity to sample new menu items, often at restaurants they’ve heard about but haven’t visited yet.
Here’s a look at the downtown restaurants taking part in Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2015.
Grotto at Golden Nugget
Grotto Italian Ristorante at Golden Nugget has put together a delicious dinner offering of three courses. Start with a Caesar salad, then choose between Chicken Alfredo, Rigatoni Bolognese and Spaghetti and Meatballs as an entree. Dessert is strawberry cheesecake. Price: $30.15.
Glutton restaurant is a new offering downtown, but it’s already getting serious buzz. The Restaurant Week dinner menu is three courses, starting with a tomato and melon salad. Choose either Wood Roasted Octopus or Lamb Crepinettes as an entree, and enjoy Wood Oven Crostata for dessert. Price: $40.15.
Triple George Grill
Triple George Grill is one of our favorite downtown haunts, and their Restaurant Week menus don’t disappoint. Triple George has two prix fixe menus, one for lunch and one for dinner. For lunch, choose an appetizer of Fideo Soup or Roasted Beet Salad. Entrees are a choice of the Cuban Sandwich or Lobster Roll, with dessert a choice of the Molten Lava Cake or Sorbet Trio. Price: $20.15. For dinner, it’s either Mushroom Soup or the Roasted Beet Salad for an appetizer, then entree choices of Fried White Bass or Bone-In New York Strip. Dessert is either Vanilla Flan or the Sorbet Trio. Price: $40.15.
Lillie’s at Golden Nugget
Lillie’s Asian Cuisine restaurant at Golden Nugget is an overlooked gem, with a wide selection of Pan-Asian fare, set against the entertainment value of Teppanyaki tables. For Restaurant Week, Lillie’s is serving up three appetizer options: Potstickers, Spring Rolls or Chicken Satay. The three entree choices are Kung Pao Chicken, Beef With Broccoli or Dan Dan Noodles. For dessert, it’s Chocolate Caramel Banana Cake. Price: $30.15.
Rachel’s Kitchen at The Ogden
Rachel’s Kitchen is located in The Ogden residential complex, a block off Fremont Street Experience. Rachel’s Kitchen is serving up a three-course lunch for Las Vegas Restaurant Week, featuring a Chopped Salad appetizer, an entree of Rachel’s Mac and Cheese and dessert of a Pecan Bar. Price: $20.15.
If you haven’t visited Pizza Rock yet, you’re in for a treat! This restaurant has taken Vegas by storm, and Las Vegas Restaurant Week is the perfect time to check it out. The lunchtime prix fixe menu boasts the restaurant’s scrumptious Classic Meatballs (which arrive lightning fast, by the way), an entree of either an American Original or Classic Italian pizza (both types are arguably the best in Sin City) and Tony’s Tiramisu. Price: $30.15.
Visit the official Las Vegas Restaurant Week Web site for full menus and details about participating restaurants across Las Vegas.
Eat up for a great cause!