News for Restaurants in Las Vegas
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RA Sushi at the Fashion Show Mall is offering a wine and pink roll special for $15, with all proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The signature pink roll features shrimp, kani kama crab mix and sriracha combined with lettuce, avocado and cucumber wrapped in pink soy paper and served with a strawberry sauce. The roll is paired with a glass of ONEHOPE 2009 California Chardonnay.
On October 15, Ricardo's of Las Vegas celebrated its 30th anniversary by breaking the Guinness World Record® for the "World's Largest Pink Margarita." The event was in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® of Southern Nevada. Ricardo's partnered with the pink-hued ROSANGEL Tequila to create a margarita weighing in at 7,627 gallons, surpassing the previous record of 7,039 gallons. To break this record Ricardo's used a 14 ft. tall 10 ft. wide tank, 4,600 liters of tequila (1,215 gallons), 5,000 gallons of spring water, 750 quarts of Kelly Y Gonzalez lime juice, 750 gallons of La Paz Sweet and Sour, 1,500 liters of triple sec (396 gallons), and 20 pounds of salt. This record-breaking libation made a total of 81,355-12 oz. margaritas. Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman and Nevada Congresswoman Shelley Berkley assisted by pouring the final portion of margarita mixture into the tank. Ricardo's of Las Vegas, Renaissance Center West, 4930 W. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89103, 702-227-9100.
If you can't make it to Munich for Oktoberfest, consider heading to Vegas. Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas claims its Oktoberfest will be the most authentic in the US, second only to the original held in Munich, and there are reasons to back up its claim. The Las Vegas version is an authentic replica of its brewhaus in Munich, and the Hofbräu brewery is one of only six breweries commissioned to make the beer for the Oktoberfest in Bavaria. This year marks the 200th anniversary of Oktoberfest, and Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas's celebration runs through October 31. Bands from Germany are imported, providing nightly sing-a-longs. Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas , 4510 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89169, 702-853-2337.
A few new food trucks are roaming the streets of Las Vegas and slinging burgers. The Slidin' Thru Slider Truck serves up mini-burgers with toppings like caramelized jalapenos, fried onions, bacon, cheddar and barbecue sauce, while the FukuBurger Truck offering Japanese-inspired versions with crispy onion strings, furkikake, teriyaki and a fried egg. For more information, visit http://slidinthru.com and http://www.fukuburger.com/.
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