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Where To Dine for Las Vegas Restaurant Week

Help out Three Square Food Bank and get a good meal

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In 2007, Las Vegas Restaurant Week first began as a way for people to give back to the community by simply eating at local restaurants. A portion of the proceeds from this designated Restaurant Week go to Nevada’s only food bank, Three Square. For the past 10 years, Restaurant Week proceeds have allowed more than three million meals to be provided to those in need in Southern Nevada through Three Square. This year’s Restaurant Week takes place from June 19-30, and during that time, you can eat for a specialty price at a variety of establishments. Each restaurant that participates in Restaurant Week provides a set breakfast, lunch or dinner menu, with a set price and specific dishes. The meal you choose, whether it is $20, $30, $50 or $80, could provide up to 18 meals to hungry people in Southern Nevada. Help to fight hunger in the valley by dining out at one of the many places below.

Restaurants are listed from west to east.

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T-Bones Chophouse

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T-Bones Chophouse in the Red Rock Resort has a $50 dinner course, with a first course of baby green vegetables, a second course of a choice between seared sea bream or a spiced bavette steak with sunchoke hash and a final dessert course of a strawberry parfait.

T-Bones Chophouse
T-Bones Chophouse
Red Rock Resort

Cantina Laredo

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Located in Tivoli Village, Cantina Laredo is offering a $20 lunch menu of queso and chips, tacos with rice and beans as the main course and a mango tres leche cake for dessert. Also available is a dinner option for $30, beginning with a cup of the house queso laredo, enchiladas as the main and apple pie in a skillet for final course.

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The Black Sheep

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Those in the Southwest part of the valley should try this brand new restaurant, which opened about a month ago. The Black Sheep is offering a $40 dinner menu, including wine pairings with each of the three courses. The first course includes a choice of charred peaches and a green salad or Vietnamese imperial rolls and the main course features a selection between smoked Japanese eggplant, short ribs, salmon or lemongrass jerk chicken. For the third and final course, patrons can decide on either chocolate tres leches or the macaroon of the day.

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The Charcoal Room

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Located inside of Santa Fe Station in the Centennial area, the Charcoal Room is offering a $50 dinner menu with three courses. To begin, diners can choose either seared scallops or a mixed green salad, with a preference between a filet with Béarnaise sauce or coconut crusted salmon as the main course and a creamy New York cheesecake for dessert.

The Charcoal Room
The Charcoal Room
Santa Fe Station

Oyster Bar

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The Oyster Bar in Texas Station offers a $30 dinner menu with chili tequila calamari as the first course, Baja fish tacos as the main course and lemon coconut cake as the final course.

Oyster Bar
Oyster Bar
Texas Station

Twin Creeks Steakhouse

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Twin Creeks Steakhouse in the Silverton is featuring a $50 dinner menu with three different courses. Guests will begin with their choice of pork belly pasta fagioli or a chopped salad, with the option to follow the first course with brick chicken, red wine braised short ribs or cornmeal dusted halibut. For dessert, patrons can decide on a warm brownie sundae or crème brulee.

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Twin Creeks Steakhouse
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Cucina by Wolfgang Puck

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Wolfgang Puck’s Cucina, located inside The Shops at Crystals, features a $30 lunch menu and a $40 dinner menu. The lunch includes starting with heirloom tomato bruschetta or melon and prosciutto, followed by a main course selection between an Italian meat pizza, shrimp scampi or Scottish salmon, and with pistachio budino or tiramisu for dessert. The dinner menu features the same dessert options, but offers a choice of burrata cheese ravioli, Scottish Salmon or grilled pork steak as the main course.

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Dragon Noodle Co.

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Visit the Monte Carlo to try the lunch or dinner menu at the Dragon Noodle Co. The $20 lunch menu starts with vegetable spring rolls, a choice between sweet and sour chicken, chicken chow mein or beef fried rice as the main course and homemade ice cream as the final course. For the $30 dinner menu, guests can pick steamed pot stickers or a California roll to begin, a selection of cashew chicken, Mongolian beef, orange chicken, seafood pan fried noodles or pork fried rice as the main course, and homemade ice cream for dessert.

Dragon Noodle Co.
Dragon Noodle Co.
Monte Carlo

El Dorado Cantina

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The El Dorado Cantina offers a $20 breakfast menu, a $30 lunch menu and a $40 dinner menu, each of which consist of three courses. For breakfast, diners can enjoy fresh coffee, fruit and the option between huevos divorciados, a breakfast burrito or chilaquiles. For lunch, diners will starts with fresh guacamole and chips, and for the main course, patrons will pick a burrito, enchiladas or a taco plate, and enjoy the warm churros for dessert. Finally, the dinner menu begins with a side salad as the first course, a choice between slow roasted pork, a chicken mole sampler plate or chipotle chicken for the main course and Chef Paco's Grandmother's flan to finish the meal.

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El Dorado Cantina
El Dorado Cantina

AquaKnox

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Located in the Venetian, AquaKnox offers an $80 dinner course, with a choice of a butter lettuce and herb salad or a honey gem Caesar salad as the starter, preferences between wild halibut, Mesquite-grilled New York strip steak or the AquaNnox fish soup as the main course, and finally, a selection between sweet potato donuts with cinnamon ice cream or the butterscotch bread pudding.

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The Barrymore

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The Barrymore offers two different dinner menus, one priced at $50 and the other at $80. Both menus include surf and turf items like filet mignon or seared scallops, as well as a decadent chocolate layer cake option for dessert.

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Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar

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Ferraro’s is featuring a five-course dinner for $80. The appetizer course consists of carpaccio, octopus and burrata, followed by a crab and cumber salad, with the third course consisting of pasta. The fourth course gives guests the option to choose between a pan roasted chicken, veal cooked in a red wine reduction, seared tenderloin or grilled Mediterranean sea bass. And for dessert, guests can indulge in a rich tiramisu.

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Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
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Fresco Italiano

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Westgate hosts a pop-up chefs dinner for restaurant week at Fresco Italiano on Sunday, June 18, at 5:30 p.m. A $145 dinner menu created by the chefs at the Westgate will include five courses along with paired wine and passed hors d’oeuvres. The five courses will include Yellow Tail sashimi, a white asparagus salad, beet and goat cheese ravioli, beef Wellington with foie gras and a mango chocolate dessert.

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Triple George Grill

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Triple George Grill, a staple of downtown Las Vegas, is offering a $20 lunch course and a $40 dinner course. For the lunch menu, guests can choose between red pepper bisque or spinach and goat cheese salad to begin, a meatball sub or a California chicken panini as the second course, and between a trio of sorbets or assorted mini cheesecakes for dessert. For the dinner menu, guests have the same choices for the first course. The main course though features  choices between a 12-ounce strip steak with jumbo shrimp or pan-seared halibut, and for the final course, patrons can decide on churros or a trio of sorbets.

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Bratalian Neapolitan Cantina

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One of the restaurants giving guests a greater preference on what they want to eat on the set restaurant week menu is Bratalian Neapolitan Restaurant in the Anthem area. The set dinner menu is $40, and has four different options to choose between for the first course and three different dishes, along with a side of fresh coffee, for the third course. For the main course, guests can decide on vodka penne, sausages and peppers, fettuccine alfredo, French cut pork chops, chicken piccata or the crispy skin Atlantic salmon.

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Pasta Shop Ristorante

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Tucked away in Henderson, this pasta shop is offering a lunch menu for $20 and two different dinner menus, one priced at $30 and the other priced at $50. The more expensive dinner menu features selections between sautéed salmon with lobster ravioli or potato gnocchi, while the $30 dinner menu has choices between spicy shrimp linguine or rigatoni primavera with chicken as the main course. Each menu comes with a homemade cannoli for dessert.

Pasta Shop Ristorante
Pasta Shop Ristorante
Pasta Shop Ristorante

T-Bones Chophouse

T-Bones Chophouse
T-Bones Chophouse
Red Rock Resort

T-Bones Chophouse in the Red Rock Resort has a $50 dinner course, with a first course of baby green vegetables, a second course of a choice between seared sea bream or a spiced bavette steak with sunchoke hash and a final dessert course of a strawberry parfait.

T-Bones Chophouse
T-Bones Chophouse
Red Rock Resort

Cantina Laredo

Cantina Laredo
Cantina Laredo
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Located in Tivoli Village, Cantina Laredo is offering a $20 lunch menu of queso and chips, tacos with rice and beans as the main course and a mango tres leche cake for dessert. Also available is a dinner option for $30, beginning with a cup of the house queso laredo, enchiladas as the main and apple pie in a skillet for final course.

Cantina Laredo
Cantina Laredo
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The Black Sheep

The Black Sheep
The Black Sheep
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Those in the Southwest part of the valley should try this brand new restaurant, which opened about a month ago. The Black Sheep is offering a $40 dinner menu, including wine pairings with each of the three courses. The first course includes a choice of charred peaches and a green salad or Vietnamese imperial rolls and the main course features a selection between smoked Japanese eggplant, short ribs, salmon or lemongrass jerk chicken. For the third and final course, patrons can decide on either chocolate tres leches or the macaroon of the day.

The Black Sheep
The Black Sheep
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The Charcoal Room

The Charcoal Room
The Charcoal Room
Santa Fe Station

Located inside of Santa Fe Station in the Centennial area, the Charcoal Room is offering a $50 dinner menu with three courses. To begin, diners can choose either seared scallops or a mixed green salad, with a preference between a filet with Béarnaise sauce or coconut crusted salmon as the main course and a creamy New York cheesecake for dessert.

The Charcoal Room
The Charcoal Room
Santa Fe Station

Oyster Bar

Oyster Bar
Oyster Bar
Texas Station

The Oyster Bar in Texas Station offers a $30 dinner menu with chili tequila calamari as the first course, Baja fish tacos as the main course and lemon coconut cake as the final course.

Oyster Bar
Oyster Bar
Texas Station

Twin Creeks Steakhouse

Twin Creeks Steakhouse
Twin Creeks Steakhouse
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Twin Creeks Steakhouse in the Silverton is featuring a $50 dinner menu with three different courses. Guests will begin with their choice of pork belly pasta fagioli or a chopped salad, with the option to follow the first course with brick chicken, red wine braised short ribs or cornmeal dusted halibut. For dessert, patrons can decide on a warm brownie sundae or crème brulee.

Twin Creeks Steakhouse
Twin Creeks Steakhouse
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Cucina by Wolfgang Puck

Cucina by Wolfgang Puck
Cucina by Wolfgang Puck
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Wolfgang Puck’s Cucina, located inside The Shops at Crystals, features a $30 lunch menu and a $40 dinner menu. The lunch includes starting with heirloom tomato bruschetta or melon and prosciutto, followed by a main course selection between an Italian meat pizza, shrimp scampi or Scottish salmon, and with pistachio budino or tiramisu for dessert. The dinner menu features the same dessert options, but offers a choice of burrata cheese ravioli, Scottish Salmon or grilled pork steak as the main course.

Cucina by Wolfgang Puck
Cucina by Wolfgang Puck
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Dragon Noodle Co.

Dragon Noodle Co.
Dragon Noodle Co.
Monte Carlo

Visit the Monte Carlo to try the lunch or dinner menu at the Dragon Noodle Co. The $20 lunch menu starts with vegetable spring rolls, a choice between sweet and sour chicken, chicken chow mein or beef fried rice as the main course and homemade ice cream as the final course. For the $30 dinner menu, guests can pick steamed pot stickers or a California roll to begin, a selection of cashew chicken, Mongolian beef, orange chicken, seafood pan fried noodles or pork fried rice as the main course, and homemade ice cream for dessert.

Dragon Noodle Co.
Dragon Noodle Co.
Monte Carlo

El Dorado Cantina

A semi-circle of tacos
El Dorado Cantina
El Dorado Cantina

The El Dorado Cantina offers a $20 breakfast menu, a $30 lunch menu and a $40 dinner menu, each of which consist of three courses. For breakfast, diners can enjoy fresh coffee, fruit and the option between huevos divorciados, a breakfast burrito or chilaquiles. For lunch, diners will starts with fresh guacamole and chips, and for the main course, patrons will pick a burrito, enchiladas or a taco plate, and enjoy the warm churros for dessert. Finally, the dinner menu begins with a side salad as the first course, a choice between slow roasted pork, a chicken mole sampler plate or chipotle chicken for the main course and Chef Paco's Grandmother's flan to finish the meal.

A semi-circle of tacos
El Dorado Cantina
El Dorado Cantina

AquaKnox

AquaKnox
AquaKnox
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Located in the Venetian, AquaKnox offers an $80 dinner course, with a choice of a butter lettuce and herb salad or a honey gem Caesar salad as the starter, preferences between wild halibut, Mesquite-grilled New York strip steak or the AquaNnox fish soup as the main course, and finally, a selection between sweet potato donuts with cinnamon ice cream or the butterscotch bread pudding.

AquaKnox
AquaKnox
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The Barrymore

The Barrymore
The Barrymore
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The Barrymore offers two different dinner menus, one priced at $50 and the other at $80. Both menus include surf and turf items like filet mignon or seared scallops, as well as a decadent chocolate layer cake option for dessert.

The Barrymore
The Barrymore
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Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar

Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
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Ferraro’s is featuring a five-course dinner for $80. The appetizer course consists of carpaccio, octopus and burrata, followed by a crab and cumber salad, with the third course consisting of pasta. The fourth course gives guests the option to choose between a pan roasted chicken, veal cooked in a red wine reduction, seared tenderloin or grilled Mediterranean sea bass. And for dessert, guests can indulge in a rich tiramisu.

Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
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Fresco Italiano

Fresco Italiano
Fresco Italiano
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Westgate hosts a pop-up chefs dinner for restaurant week at Fresco Italiano on Sunday, June 18, at 5:30 p.m. A $145 dinner menu created by the chefs at the Westgate will include five courses along with paired wine and passed hors d’oeuvres. The five courses will include Yellow Tail sashimi, a white asparagus salad, beet and goat cheese ravioli, beef Wellington with foie gras and a mango chocolate dessert.