Restaurant week is here once again, and Station Casinos will help mark this very special 11th anniversary with special prix fixe menus in eight of the company’s restaurants this June!
What’s This All About?
In its continued mission to help the community, Station Casinos is once again supporting Three Square’s mission to end hunger by participating in an annual event that invites locals and tourists to dine out for a great cause. One meal purchased during Restaurant Week can help provide up to 18 meals to the hungry.
What do I need to know about Restaurant Week and Three Square?
Las Vegas Restaurant Week began in 2007 as a way to give locals and tourists the opportunity to help out by dining out. Proceeds from Restaurant Week benefit Three Square, Southern Nevada’s only food bank.
Three Square currently distributes more than 40 million pounds of food and grocery product – the equivalent of more than 33 million meals – per year to more than 1,300 community partners including nonprofit and faith-based organizations, schools and feeding sites throughout Southern Nevada. Three Square is a member of the Feeding America network of food banks.
How Much, and Where Can I Participate?
From June 19-30, the Station Casinos’ restaurants will offer delectable menus for diners with a heart, as Station Casinos will donate $6 to Three Square from every meal purchased on the special menus. T-Bones Chophouse at Red Rock Resort, Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis at Green Valley Ranch Resort, Fuego inside Fiesta Henderson, Austin’s Steakhouse inside Texas Station and The Charcoal room at Santa Fe Station will offer special prix fixe dinner menus for $50:
- The meal at T-Bones begins with baby greens, then continues with seared sea bream or a “pastrami” spiced bavette steak. The meal ends with a strawberry parfait.
- At Hank’s, the meal begins with apricot salad followed by an 8-ounce filet. A white chocolate almond cake finishes off the special meal.
- At The Charcoal Room inside Santa Fe, the starter is seared scallops or a mixed green salad, followed by filet Oscar or coconut crusted salmon. The dessert is New York cheesecake.
- Fuego is offering a grilled romaine salad and a 16-ounce bone-in New York steak. The dessert is an iron skillet brownie.
- At Austin’s Steakhouse inside Texas Station, the meal begins with tuna tartar and continues with beef wellington before finishing with a Nutella brownie.
For $40, guests can purchase a special dinner at The Charcoal Room at Palace Station or The Broiler inside Boulder Station:
- At Palace’s Charcoal Room, guests can enjoy a warm spinach salad before broiled salmon and a chocolate lava cake.
- At The Broiler, the starter is short ribs followed by pan fried chicken and carrot cake.
Finally, Texas Station’s Oyster Bar is offering a special meal for $30 that includes chili tequila calamari, baja fish tacos and lemon coconut cake.