MGM GRAND — Greek Sneek celebrates Hanukkah with a twist on a traditional dinner, available Sunday, December 22, to Monday, December 30. Roasted lamb loin, served with roasted kale, butternut squash, and cranberry for $36, highlights the special for the holiday. Options on the menu include branzino with broccolini, lemon, capers, and Greek olive oil for $39, and feta-stuffed half chicken, served with broccolini and chicken jus for $31. [EaterWire]
WYNN Las Vegas — La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway celebrates the eight nights of Hanukkah with a traditional dinner from Sunday, December 22, to Monday, December 30. Braised beef short rib served with heirloom baby carrots, apple potato latkes, and sour cream goes for $24. The regular menu includes ricotta gnocchi, topped with brown butter and sage for $17, prime flat iron steak served with blueberry glaze, truffle mushroom grits, and pecorino for $27, and chocolate mousse cake served with powdered berries and chocolate tuile for $11.
MGM GRAND — Crush celebrates Hanukkah with roasted arctic char served with roasted cauliflower, pine nuts, raisins, and topped with caper vinaigrette for $32 from Sunday, December 22, to Monday, December 30. The regular menu include Hanukkah-friendly dishes such as togarashi sea bass with braised kale and tomato chutney for $39, short rib tacos topped with picked red onion and cilantro for $18, and cheeky cheesecake, served with mango passion gelée, vanilla cheesecake, coconut sable, graham cracker crumble, and lime zest for $10.
EL CORTEZ — Starting Sunday, December 22, from 5 to 10 p.m. Siegel’s 1941 has a special Hanukkah menu with a choice of chopped chicken livers, matzo ball soup, or a tossed green salad followed by a choice of beef brisket or roasted apricot chicken served with potato latkes, steamed broccoli, and kasha and bowties. Dessert includes sweet raisin kugel or ice cream. The cost is $19.95 with players card and $24.95 without.