Vegas Restaurant Week Kicks Off Today

Andrea's at WynnToday marks the start of the 2014 Las Vegas Restaurant Week which runs from August 22nd to August 28th and features over 150+ restaurants from all over Vegas.  If you are a foodie (like me) this is an absolute must attend event in the city with some of the best restaurants offering prix fixe menus for a fraction of what they would usually cost.  The way the Restaurant Week is setup is restaurants either offer breakfast, lunch and/or dinner for a fixed price to diners.  Breakfast menus cost $20.14, lunches range from $20.14 to $30.14 and dinners have three options – $30.14, $40.14 and $50.14.

This is the 7th year that Restaurant Week has been around and 2014 features the most restaurants ever to participate in the event which means there is a ton of choices.  With a portion of all proceeds going to Three Square, a charity that feeds underprivileged families, this is a really great way to give back while enjoying an excellent meal.  Below we’ve broken down some of the top picks that shouldn’t be missed and give you an awesome dining experience for a major discount.  You can also check out the tag board which shows pictures from real dinners enjoying dishes at participating restaurants.

Breakfast ($20.14):

  • There is only 3 breakfast options and we think the best choice is Morels in the Palazzo

Lunch ($20.14):

  • One of the top picks in the $20 range is definitely DB Brasserie by Daniel Boulud in The Venetian
  • Another solid option is Canonita, a Mexican soul food restaurant in the Canal Walk in The Venetian

Lunch ($30.14):

  • A solid choice for lunch this year is definitely B&B Beer and Bistro by Mario Batali
  • Another contender is Delmonico Steakhouse in The Venetian
  • A third option that’s sure to please is Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill in Caesars Palace
  • Last but not least we’d also recommend Jaleo in The Cosmopolitan

Dinner ($30.14):

  • There was really only one restaurant at this price that peaked our interest – Otto Pizzeria in Venetian

Dinner ($40.14):

  • One of the top contenders in this class is definitely China Poblano located in The Cosmopolitan
  • Another very solid option is Julian Serrano inside of the Aria Hotel

Dinner ($50.15):

  • A wide variety of really superb restaurants in this category including:
  • Andrea’s at The Wynn
  • B&B Ristorante at Venetian
  • Bouchon Bistro at Venetian
  • Emril’s New Orleans Fish House at MGM
  • Jean Georges Steakhouse at Aria
  • Hakkasan Restaurant at MGM
  • Mesa Grill by Bobby Flay at Caesars Palace
  • STK Steak at The Cosmopolitan
  • Todd English Olives at Bellagio