News for Restaurants in Las Vegas
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Society Café Encore has introduced new seasonal items that work with the high temperatures. New entrees include caramelized sea scallops on a bed of watermelon and arugula salad with pancetta and Minus 8 vinegar; Mediterranean seabass with a panzanella salad and broken roast tomato vinaigrette; and lamb two-ways, with a double-cut chop and burger patty with a corn cake and succotash. The "mother and child reunion" is an inventive twist on the chicken and the egg, pairing a Jidori chicken cutlet and braised lollipop leg with a poached egg and bacon, arugula and royal trumpet mushrooms. Society Café Encore, Encore Las Vegas, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109, 702-770-5300.
Bernard's Bistro at The Village Lake Las Vegas is introducing a new brunch menu. New selections include egg dishes such as a Spanish frittata with chopped onions, bell pepper, tomatoes and cilantro, and the sunny side up eggs Saksuka cooked over spicy ratatouille. New quiches and crepes such as quiche Loraine and a vegetarian crepe with baked spinach and artichoke in lemon cheese fondue sauce make the menu, as well as open-face French sandwiches. Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Bernard's Bistro, The Village Lake Las Vegas, 15 Costa di Lago, Henderson, NV 89011, 702-565-1155.
Cox Communications announced an agreement to bring the M Resort's cooking show Martini Time with Chef Tina Martini to more than 400,000 households on Cox 96 in Southern Nevada a total of three times per day, two days a week on Mondays and Saturdays. The show also streams live on www.Cox96.net. The format of the show includes a live audience and local celebrities who cook with Chef Martini during the filming. Shows focus on three areas of living healthy: nutrition; fitness and mind and body. Chef Martini also offers easy recipes and practical kitchen advice, plus tips and techniques for the home chef. The live show takes place Thursdays through Sundays from noon-4 p.m. inside the custom cooking studio at the M Resort's Studio B Buffet. Tickets to all shows $39.95 and include reserved seating inside the buffet. Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-800-745-3000. Guests must be age 12 or older. The M Resort, The M Resort, 12300 Las Vegas Blvd. S. , Henderson, NV 89044, 702-797-1000.
Las Vegas chefs found the limelight when the 2010 James Beard Foundation Awards were announced May 3. Claude Le Tohic, executive chef of Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, received the Best Chef Southwest. He was up against Rick Moonen of RM Seafood and Saipin Chutima of Lotus of Siam. Moonen was honored for his hosting duties on the PBS show Chefs A' Field: King of Alaska, with a win in the Television Show, On Location category. Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio won the Outstanding Chef Award for his restaurant Craft in Manhattan. He has Craftsteak at the MGM Grand. Daniel Boulud won Outstanding Restaurant for Daniel in Manhattan. He has Daniel Boulud Brasserie at Wynn Las Vegas, which closes June 1. Timothy Hollingsworth of Thomas Keller's French Laundry in Yountville, Calif., was named Rising Star Chef. Hollingsworth worked with Keller at his restaurant Bouchon at The Venetian.
Harrah's Entertainment is offering a citywide buffet pass, which enables diners to eat at seven buffets for 24 hours for $34.99 for Total Rewards members, and $39.99 for all others. The buffets include Flavors Buffet at Harrah's Las Vegas, Paradise Garden Buffet at the Flamingo, Emperor's Buffet at Imperial Palace, Le Village Buffet at Paris, Carnival World Buffet at the Rio, Lago Buffet at Caesars Palace and Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood. A pass holder can visit any of the participating buffets as often as they like as long as it's within the 24 hour time period from the moment they initially purchased the all-inclusive pass.
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