How to Participate in Restaurant Week 2019 in Las Vegas Benefitting Three Square

Station Casinos celebrates the return of Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2019 June 17-28. Guests from all over the valley will be able to indulge in over two dozen of the company’s restaurants, each featuring a specialty prefix menu during the two-week affair.

What is Restaurant Week 2019 in Las Vegas?

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.

In support of Three Square’s mission to end hunger in Southern Nevada, Station Casinos will take part in helping the community by encouraging locals and tourists to dine out during the 13th installment Restaurant Week and help provide food to the hungry.

Participating Restaurant Week 2019 Locations at Station Casinos

Green Valley Ranch Resort

Borracha Mexican Cantina: With decorative and festival skulls watching over guests, Borracha will serve up a three-course menu with Mexican-inspired dishes to enjoy. Highlights include bubbling cheese fondido or tostada salad; followed by chili relleno or flaming tequila fajitas; and fried ice cream, traditional flan, or frosted flake rice pudding for dessert ($30 per person).

Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca: Featuring luscious herb-friendly cuisine and breathtaking ambiance; Bottiglia invites guests to dine out for a cause. Guests can start with a choice of chopped salad or arancini; followed by pappardelle Bolognese, pan-roasted halibut or chicken “parm;” and finish with tiramisu or chocolate coconut pudding ($50 per person).

Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis: Known as the best steakhouse in Henderson, guests can kick off the season with a three-course dinner featuring a summer watermelon salad; followed by Creekstone NY Striploin; and Hank’s chocolate bar for dessert ($80 per person).

Tide’s Seafood & Sushi: Celebrate the spirit of New Orleans and enjoy unforgettable seafood-inspired dishes for a cause. Guests can enjoy sweet and spicy bacon wrapped shrimp; followed by snapper creole and cheesecake with raspberry sauce to finish ($40 per person).

Palace Station

Boathouse Asian Eatery: Boasting an eclectic mix of Japanese and East Asian cuisine, Boathouse will serve up a special four-course menu featuring crab wontons or pot stickers; a choice of tuna poke salad or seaweed cucumber salad; followed by signature dishes such as shaking beef or kung pao chicken served with steam white or brown rice; and finished with deep fried Oreo and vanilla bean ice cream or mochi ice cream ($30 per person).
  The Charcoal Room: Known as one of the finest steakhouses in Las Vegas, guests can enjoy a baby spinach salad; followed by surf n’ turf with prime New York steak, grilled shrimp, scampi sauce; and a chocolate lava cake for dessert ($40 per person).

Palms Casino Resort

Mabel’s BBQ: Featuring prime cuts cooked low and slow, guests can kick the evening off with a PBR draft beer followed by a cracklin’ kale and apple salad; and finished with any choice of meat with two sides excluding giant beef rib and loaded potatoes ($30 per person).

 
 
 
 
 
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Sara’s: Inspired by nostalgic restaurants of Old Las Vegas, created by Michael Symon, guests can start with a choice of 1924 Caesar or shaved vegetable salad; then continue with truffle fried chicken or smoked prime rib; and later enjoy a profiterole with vanilla ice cream, pistachio and caramel as dessert ($80 per person).

Scotch 80 Prime: Combining classic Las Vegas charm with an unparalleled dining experience, guests can indulge in a special three-course menu. Highlights include its ribeye ravioli or The Spazz salad; followed by a 12 oz Creekstone Farms rib cap or Faroe Island salmon; and a verbena pannacotta to finish ($80 per person).

Vetri Cucina: Known for its Italian heritage meets Philly tradition, created by Marc Vetri, guests can enjoy a specially curated menu complete with a choice of sweet onion crepe or seafood crudo; followed by almond tortellini or pork ragù pappardelle; complete with seafood misto or smoked goat and polenta ($80 per person).

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Red Rock Resort

Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill: Boasting Japanese cuisine, as well as pristine quality sushi and sashimi and Japanese specialties from the hot kitchen, guests can enjoy an array of Japanese-inspired dishes for a great cause. Enjoy miso soup or edamame; followed by yellowtail, tuna, and salmon sashimi, Ebi tempura roll or house salad; and then continue with a sushi platter, fried chicken Blue Ribbon style, seared Pacific King salmon, or oxtail fried rice; and finish with a gingerbread pudding ($50 per person).

 

 
 
 
 
 
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T-bones Chophouse & Lounge: A modern interpretation of the classic American chophouse, T-bones will serve up a four-course menu complete with lobster rolls; Campari tomato and burrata; Niman Ranch New York Strip and toffee cake to finish ($80 per person).

Sunset Station

The Oyster Bar: Known as a locals’ favorite, The Oyster Bar invites guests to enjoy shrimp fritters with sweet potato, shrimp, Fresno remoulade, English cucumber; followed by halibut with summer squash, cilantro chive oil, and lemon foam; complete with a lemon tart for dessert ($40 per person).

 
 
 
 
 
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Pasta Cucina: Enjoy sophisticated ambiance, an incredible array of Italian cuisine and a superior selection of fine wines. Pasta Cucina will offer antipasto with bocconcini, green olives, pepperoncini, Gena salami, iceberg; a veal rollatini with prosciutto, parmesan, mozzarella and a vanilla ricotta to finish ($40 per person).

Sonoma Cellar: From prime steaks to fresh seafood, Sonoma Cellar invites guests to dine out with its three-course menu. Highlights include a hearts of palm salad with arugula, heirloom tomato, pine nuts,  crispy parmesan, chives, avocado dressing; surf and turf with 12oz prime strip loin, scallops, asparagus, truffle butter; and a peanut butter pie with grape jam, whipped cream cheese, and Oreo crumbs for dessert ($50 per person).

Texas Station

Beaumont’s Southern Kitchen: Featuring comfort food favorites with a creative twist on presentation and flavors, guests can enjoy the finest in barbeque with this special three-course menu. Highlights include Texas caviar cobb with romaine, bell peppers, black eye peas, black beans, tomato, charred corn, smoked buttermilk ranch; hickory grilled shrimp with Tennessee whiskey BBQ sauce, cheddar cheese grits; and Strawberry Shortcake with cinnamon sugar biscuits and vanilla Chantilly ($30 per person).

 
 
 
 
 
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Station Casinos’ restaurants have participated in Three Square’s Restaurant Week since its inception thirteen years ago. For the full list of Restaurant Week 2019 participants and menu specifics, visit http://www.helpoutdineoutlv.org/

 

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