News for Restaurants in Las Vegas
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Todd English P.U.B., the latest concept by celebrity chef Todd English, introduces Nickel Beer Night to the Strip. On Tuesdays from 9 p.m.-midnight, guests can purchase eight-ounce cups of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer for five cents each. This promotion is available to guests at the bar, seated in the main dining room or on the patio. A $12 food minimum will be imposed to guests seated in the dining room or patio; there is no food minimum when seated at the bar. Todd English P.U.B.
BOA Steakhouse at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace has added new dishes to its lunch menu. It now offers a three-course executive lunch for $23, with selections such as BOA's signature Caesar salad and a new brick chicken with Boursin mashed potatoes and green beans, plus sorbet and cookies for dessert. The Balboa half-sandwich combo allows guests to choose from three new sandwiches, including a grilled chicken panini, rib-eye steak panini and house-smoked turkey mozzarella sandwich, each served with a side of organic baby greens or soup for $11. BOA has also introduced several new à la carte dishes to its lunch menu, including a hanger steak salad with arugula, radish and peppercorn pecorino for $16; rib-eye steak panini with Gruyère, oven-roasted tomatoes and black pepper aioli for $14; spaghetti and Kobe meatballs for $15; surf and turf tacos for $12; and the vegetable linguini with spicy pesto for $14. BOA Steakhouse, Caesars Palace, Forum Shops at Caesars, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-733-7373.
FIRST Food & Bar chef Sam DeMarco has created a late-night menu filled with classics from the restaurant. The menu, served from 1 a.m.-4 a.m., includes fish and chips, breakfast mini burgers, tuna nachos, a 12-inch hot dog, a BLT, chicken fried steak, chicken Parmesan lasagna and the Big Dobranski Burger, a 21-ounce burger about a foot in diameter, with six pieces of cheese, six slices of bacon, half an avocado and LTO BBQ mayo. As with just about everything at FIRST, guests can add eggs or an additional patty. Items start from $12, and are meant to be shared. FIRST Food & Bar, The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, The Shoppes at Palazzo, 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-607-3478.
In honor of its one-year anniversary, Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace is offering Holly's Pink Peppermint Sundae, named for "Peepshow" star Holly Madison, for $10 throughout the month of April. The sundae includes pink peppermint ice cream, a pink blondie brownie, seasonal berries, red berry coulis and pink cotton candy. Serendipty 3, Caesars Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-731-7266.
The Bellagio has appointed Darius Allyn, a member of the Court of Master Sommeliers, to the position of sommelier for Osterio de Circo and Sensi. Allyn becomes the fourth on the team of master sommeliers, joining Joseph Phillips of Michael Mina Bellagio, Robert Smith of Picasso, and director of wine Jason Smith. Bellagio now has 17 sommeliers on staff. Bellagio , 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-693-7111, 888-987-6667.
NOVE Italiano at the Palms Casino Resort is hosting a dayclub affair dubbed High Society every Sunday at 1 p.m. The brunch menu from chef Geno Bernardo includes stations for salad, fresh fruits and fish, or you can create your own frittatas. The menu also features Italian sausage and pepper hash; crispy pancetta and chicken apple sausage; a variety of poached eggs served with crab cake, spinach and béarnaise sauce; or long-cooked greens mixed with a fontina cheese and fonduta. Other warm items include a variety of pizzas and panini sandwiches. You can pair brunch with a $99 bottle of champagne or half bottle of spirits. The buffet brunch costs $30 per person. NOVE Italiano , 10820 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89135, 702-214-3500.
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