We are excited to announce the kick off of Las Vegas Restaurant Week from June 15th-26th 2015 featuring a ton of excellent restaurants from the strip and Las Vegas area. This is one of the best events in the city each year and allows visitors and locals to experience the best of Vegas cuisine for affordable prices. This year’s event features almost 100 different restaurants offering prix fixe menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner at some of the most popular dining venues over a number of diverse cuisines.
For those of you unfamiliar with the event, it’s put on by Help Out Dine Out LV which is a local charity whose mission is to provide wholesome food to hungry people – pretty admirable if you ask us. The event brings together tons of local establishments who offer a $20.14 breakfast or lunch, a $30.14 lunch option or a $40.14 or $50.14 dinner option which is served prix fixe and usually offers 3 to 5 courses.
This year’s lineup includes an excellent selection of restaurants with big names like Julian Serrano, Bardot, Fix and Jaleo all participating in the event. The menu at Fix this year seems like one of the best values for money and includes a three course meal with two choices for both appetizer and main dish:
- Spicy Tuna with Crispy Rice and Garlic Ponzu
- BLT Wedge with Smoked Bacon and Creamy Parmesan Peppercorn
- Sustainable Salmon with Baby Zucchini and Tomato Provencal
- Flat Iron Kobe Steak with Truffle Crust and Garlic Mash Potatoes
- Berry Financier with Almond Cake and Blueberry Sauce
In addition to the great prix fixe menu selection, there is also a pretty cool event going on at Sinatra in the Wynn hotel where you can learn to make some of Frank’s favourite dishes on June 15th. The even costs $85 per person and includes demonstrations by the restaurants head chef as well as a 3 course lunch. Reservations for that even can be made through Wynn Reservations by calling (702) 770-5320.
Overall, we expect this to be another highly successful restaurant week and would love to hear from any of you that attend on the quality of the menus as well as any pictures you may have from the event.