Las Vegas Restaurant Week To Begin September 2nd
It's no secret that Las Vegas has practically become a first-class culinary destination. We were able to taste first-hand some of the spectacular restaurants in Sin City in May during the Bon Appetite Culinary and Wine Focus.
Now the city itself is introducing the first ever Las Vegas Restaurant Week from September 2 - 8 which will also benefit a local food charity called Three Square.
Much like restaurant weeks in cities like New York, San Francisco and Chicago, Las Vegas will give diners a chance to dine on great food for cheap. Participating restaurants will offer three-course menus for just $50.07 per person.
Other events will also take place such as :
Tom Colicchio will conduct a wine-pairing dinner at Craftsteak Sept. 4, for example, and Michael Mina will host a Michael Mina Cookbook Dinner at NOBHILL Sept. 5. Both will take place at MGM Grand.
Other participating chefs and restaurants include Bradley Ogden and Bobby Flay at Caesars Palace. Even outside Las Vegas is getting in on the action with the Vinter Grill restaurant in nearby Summerlin participating in Restaurant Week.
The Three Square website has currently listed all the participating restaurants as well as their special menus. We hear that more restaurants are in the process of joining but if you are headed to Vegas that week, we suggest booking your reservations ASAP.
A list of participating hotels can be found after the jump.
Other participating restaurants and resorts include Aureole and Fleur de Lys (Mandalay Bay); Todd English’s Olives, Shintaro and Circo (Bellagio); Bradley Ogden, Rao’s and Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill (Caesars Palace); STACK and Onda (The Mirage); Fusia and Steakhouse (Luxor); Garden Grill and the Steakhouse (Circus Circus); Nine Steakhouse and Nove Italiano (The Palms); Isla and Social House (Treasure Island); Orchid and Valentino (Venetian); Maggiano’s (Fashion Show) and T-Bones (Red Rock), along with such independent restaurants as Vintner Grill and Rosemary’s Restaurant.
· Bon Appetit's Culinary and Wine Focus: The Grand Tasting at Caesars Palace [HotelChatter]