Three Square is back with it’s charity event, Las Vegas Restaurant Week, June 17th- June 28th. You can help out by dining out. Participating restaurants will create prix-fixe menus – some offering breakfast, brunch, lunch and/or dinner – at price points ranging from $20 to $80. A fixed portion of the meal’s cost will directly support Three Square Food Bank’s mission of pursuing a hunger-free community.
If you’ve never heard of or experienced Restaurant Week, I urge you to look into it this year. It’s a great way to dine at all the fancy restaurants without the fancy price tag, and it’s for a great cause.
Visit the link above, or the website helpdineoutlv.org, and get all the details of participating restaurants. You can choose by Cuisine, Location and even price point. There are so many options for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, from high end swanky restaurants to local diners, all at affordable prices. Please see each individual menu, as some have blackout dates. The best part of it is you know what you’re getting ahead of time. It’s a win-win. I love checking out the high end places that I can’t always afford for $20, it’s a great deal. Some participating restaurants and their menus as follows:
Bouchon– $20 breakfast gives you a bakery croissant and choice of: two eggs poached served with Hobb’s smoked pork loin, English muffin, sauce Hollandaise, & mixed greens OR a sourdough waffle with strawberries, Nutella cream, & Crown maple syrup. They also offer a $50 3-course dinner menu. (Venetian)
Giada– offering a 4-course $30 brunch menu of Antipasti, Arugula Salad, Spaghetti OR Lemon Grilled Cheese Pesto and Lemon Ricotta Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich. They also offer a $80 4-course dinner menu. (The Cromwell)
Mon Ami Gabi– A Classic French Restaurant that is amazing. They are offering great deals this week: a $30 3-course Lunch option with 4 choices in each course Enjoy Baked Goat Cheese, a Warm Chicken and Brie Sandwich, and Chocolate Mousse for dessert. Sign me up! They also offer a 3-course $50 dinner selection. (Paris Las Vegas)
Mesa Grill– I’m a big Bobby Flay fan and loved this restaurant when we tried it. It is usually pretty pricey though. They offer a $30 3-course Lunch (and Brunch) with lots of options such as Roasted Corn Soup, Sixteen Spiced Chicken and Ranch Style Eggs Tostado (brunch only). Or go for the 3-course $50 dinner option with Tiger Shrimp + Roasted Garlic Corn Tamales, Ancho Chile Honey Glazed Salmon, and Dulce Chocolate Pudding. (Caesar’s Palace)
Michael Mina Pub 1842– Offering a $30 3-course dinner with choices such as a Wedge Salad, Smoked Pork Belly, and Campfire S’more Bar. (MGM Grand)
Robert Irvine’s Public House– They have a $40 3-course dinner featuring options like PH Poutine, Steak and Guinness Pie, and Banoffee Pie. (Tropicana)
Marche Bacchus– This off the strip, west side French Bistro never disappoints. They have a $30 3-course lunch with options such as Truffled Goat Cheese Napoleon, Forbidden Rice with Chicken, and of course Creme Brulee. They also offer a $50 3-course dinner option with Eggplant Terrine, Red Wine Braised Beef Short Ribs, and a Seasonal Sorbet for dessert. If you’ve never been I highly recommend it, especially at this price.
As you can see, there are lots of options and price points to choose from. Have a pricey restaurant you’ve been dying to try? Just browse the list, and check out the menus. The restaurants are listed alphabetically so it’s easy to see who is participating. Just make your reservation at award-winning restaurants and local eateries you have always wanted to try, and your meal could provide up to 18 meals to hungry people in the community. A portion of proceeds from Restaurant Week remain local and help Three Square in its fight to end hunger in Southern Nevada.
Since 2007, more than 5 million meals have been provided for those in need through Restaurant Week. By joining in, you are helping us get closer to our goal of feeding the more than 271,000 food insecure people in Southern Nevada. Please visit the Three Square link above for more information on the programs they offer and ways you can help. Just $1 can equal three meals, and together we can feed everyone.