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A secret Asian restaurant reopens
Su Casa, the hidden restaurant inside Mi Casa Grill Cantina at the Silverton, reopened with a new menu that features traditional coastal Asian cuisine with a Latin influence. Dishes include a salmon ceviche; an ahi tuna poke bowl with toasted macadamia nuts and a choice of white rice or matcha green tea soba noodles; a surf and turf roll featuring tempura shrimp, spicy lobster, and rib-eye carpaccio; and more. Through October 4, diners received a free appetizer or sake with a $30 purchase. Su Casa is open Thursday through Monday from 4:30 to 9 p.m. [EaterWire]
An excuse for patio cocktails
Green Valley Ranch’s Terrace at Sundown lobby patio turns into an autumn respite with picnic tables, outdoor lounge furniture, and fall decor under a canopy of bistro lights overlooking the resort’s terrace. The terrace offers small bites such as charcuterie and cheese; mignardise with opera torte, lemon and stone fruit, white chocolate and pistachio, and bruleed banoffee; and vegetable chips and hummus. For drinks, cocktails such as A Thousand Blossoms with St-Germain Elderflower liqueur, lemon, soda, and prosecco; an Old Fashioned Romance with Four Roses yellow label, mango-honey syrup, and orange bitters; and Weekend in Coronado with Casamigos, grapefruit, guava, lime, and soda; among others. Each week features a different wine flight as well. The Terrace at Sundown is open every Friday and Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. Endless Nights at The Pond continues Fridays and Saturdays from 8 p.m. to midnight. Walk-ins are welcome. [EaterWire]
A Downtown seafood restaurant celebrates 60 years
Chart House celebrates its 60th anniversary with a special menu of fan favorites such as a seafood pot pie with lobster, shrimp, scallops, asparagus, and mushrooms under a flaky puff pastry crust; teriyaki top srloin served with fingerling potatoes; seared pepper ahi topped with ponzo and served with a sesame and wonton salad; shrimp beignets served with chipotle aioli; and miso maple glazed salmon wrapped in prosciutto, topped with mango balsamic glazed drizzle, lemon shallot butter, and served with Asian green beans. The first Chart House opened in 1961 in Aspen, Colorado. In Las Vegas, find it at the Golden Nugget. [EaterWire]