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A Handy Guide to Charcuterie in Las Vegas

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2008_10_hasmaps.jpgCharcuterie, that selection of meats often ordered individually or in groups of three, has a way of making it on many menus here in Vegas. Here, a look at places that serve up this antipasti and what meats you might find on the menu. Some come from traditional wine bars, others French restaurants and sometimes even an Italian joint. Go enjoy these 13 restaurants that serve charcuterie in Vegas. Have a favorite? Drop it in the comments.


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Buddy V's Ristorante

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Buddy V’s Ristorante serves up a salumi and cheese board.

Comme Ça

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Executive chef Brian Howard offers the “Board of the Beast” charcuterie plate with a rotating selection of meats served with harissa aioli and ruby red grapefruit.

Culinary Dropout

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Culinary Dropout offers charcuterie on their antipasti menu. Look for La Quercia proscuitto, capicola, Fra’mani sopressata, Bresaola salumi and Benton’s country ham for $8 each or Jamon Iberico at market price.

DB Brasserie

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Try the pate de champagne bourguignon at DB Brasserie as well as the presse of duck and foie gras.

Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge

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Double Helix has a chef's selection of five cheeses and five charcuteries for five to seven people for $50. Cheeses include herb goat cheese, brillat-savarin, drunken goat, manchego, truffle boschetto and five year aged gouda. Charcuterie selections include salami toscano, prosciutto, smoked duck, spicy sopressata and hot coppa

Due Forni Pizza & Wine

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The $19.95 chef’s platter at Due Forni includes parmigiano reggiano, gorgonzola dolce, cabra vino, soppressata, bresaola,prosciutto san daniele, calabrian peppers and taggiasca olives

Echo & Rig

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The butchers at Echo & Rig follow the purest form of production for the rotating list of meats for charcuterie. Pate, cured hams and much more make this massive menu of dishes.

FIVE50 Pizza Bar

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Shawn McClain’s casual FIVE50 Pizza Bar is charcuterie central for those who love meat and cheese. Offerings include mortadella, chorizo rioja, soppressata, cappicola, prosciutto and finocchiona for meats and oma, sarvecchio, angel food, san andreas, burrata and rogue river blue for cheeses. Guests can choose from these selections or opt for the chef’s selection of six.

La Cave Food & Wine Hideaway

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The charcuterie at La Cave includes Felino, Sopressata, Salumi, Hot Coppa and Prosciutto di Parma for $6 each or $33 for a plate of three cheeses and three meats.

Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro

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Morels Steakhouse & Bistro has more than 60 farmhouse and artisanal cheese with handmade salamis and meats.

Public House

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Public House has a butcher block section of the menu with items such as country pate Nab one for $9.50, two for $18 or three for $24.50.

Strip House

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Here’s a twist on charcuterie. Strip House has its own (very popular) house-cured beef jerky served with grilled tomato and fried onions.

View Wine Bar & Kitchen

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Land a charcuterie plate of chef's selections for $13 per person at View Wine Bar & Kitchen.

Buddy V's Ristorante

Buddy V’s Ristorante serves up a salumi and cheese board.

Comme Ça

Executive chef Brian Howard offers the “Board of the Beast” charcuterie plate with a rotating selection of meats served with harissa aioli and ruby red grapefruit.

Culinary Dropout

Culinary Dropout offers charcuterie on their antipasti menu. Look for La Quercia proscuitto, capicola, Fra’mani sopressata, Bresaola salumi and Benton’s country ham for $8 each or Jamon Iberico at market price.

DB Brasserie

Try the pate de champagne bourguignon at DB Brasserie as well as the presse of duck and foie gras.

Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge

Double Helix has a chef's selection of five cheeses and five charcuteries for five to seven people for $50. Cheeses include herb goat cheese, brillat-savarin, drunken goat, manchego, truffle boschetto and five year aged gouda. Charcuterie selections include salami toscano, prosciutto, smoked duck, spicy sopressata and hot coppa

Due Forni Pizza & Wine

The $19.95 chef’s platter at Due Forni includes parmigiano reggiano, gorgonzola dolce, cabra vino, soppressata, bresaola,prosciutto san daniele, calabrian peppers and taggiasca olives

Echo & Rig

The butchers at Echo & Rig follow the purest form of production for the rotating list of meats for charcuterie. Pate, cured hams and much more make this massive menu of dishes.

FIVE50 Pizza Bar

Shawn McClain’s casual FIVE50 Pizza Bar is charcuterie central for those who love meat and cheese. Offerings include mortadella, chorizo rioja, soppressata, cappicola, prosciutto and finocchiona for meats and oma, sarvecchio, angel food, san andreas, burrata and rogue river blue for cheeses. Guests can choose from these selections or opt for the chef’s selection of six.

La Cave Food & Wine Hideaway

The charcuterie at La Cave includes Felino, Sopressata, Salumi, Hot Coppa and Prosciutto di Parma for $6 each or $33 for a plate of three cheeses and three meats.

Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro

Morels Steakhouse & Bistro has more than 60 farmhouse and artisanal cheese with handmade salamis and meats.

Public House

Public House has a butcher block section of the menu with items such as country pate Nab one for $9.50, two for $18 or three for $24.50.

Strip House

Here’s a twist on charcuterie. Strip House has its own (very popular) house-cured beef jerky served with grilled tomato and fried onions.

View Wine Bar & Kitchen

Land a charcuterie plate of chef's selections for $13 per person at View Wine Bar & Kitchen.

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