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Las Vegas — By Lynn Goya on January 31, 2010 at 11:06 am
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Sweet Meal Deals for Vegas Valentines

Vegas rolls out its best prix fixed meals for lovers for Valentine’s Day.  Some of the best chefs offer special dishes, exotic side dishes and simply sweet deserts.  Follow your heart as well as your stomach this holiday!

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Society Café at Encore treats couples to a special three course dinner on Valentine’s day, including the signature Mac N’ Cheese “Bites” as an appetizer and Executive Chef Kim Canteenwalla’s luscious chocolate Cake.

Choice of Appetizer: Tomato Two Ways: Rosso Bruno Tomato & Burrata, Roasted Tomato Bisque OR
Mac ‘N Cheese “Bites”: Truffle Dipping Sauce
Salad of Young Beets: Laurel Chennel Goat Cheese, Minus 8 Vinegar
Choice of Entrée:
Roast Salmon: Quinoa Pilaf, Shaved Fennel, Citrus Salad
Jidori Chicken Tasting: Pan Seared Breast, Braised Leg Hunter Style, Shaved Brussel Sprouts, Lobster Mushrooms
Petite Filet Mignon: Potato & Bacon Hash, Society Steak Sauce
Dessert For The Table:
XXXL Chocolate Cake: Dark & white Chocolate Shavings

Society Cafe at Encore (Map it)

Special menu is priced at $110 per couple. For reservations, please call 702-770-5300

Chef E. Bernard, owner and executive chef of Bernard’s Bistro at The Village Lake Las Vegas offers guests a candle-lit five-course meal that focuses on the romantic color red.

The menu items include:

“Be My Valentine,” a blood orange tomato soup garnished with Cointreau coconut chutney;

“Fleur de Lys,” smoked salmon with crème fraiche and caviar in dill truffle oil;

“Two Hearts Beating as One,” heart-shaped artichoke ravioli with mascarpone cheese and asparagus in a cabernet sauvignon sauce;

“Love Me Tender,” a brandy flamed filet mignon with foie gras in Morel Porto sauce served with potatoes Au Gratin and petite legumes;

“Romeo & Juliette,” a duet of red peppercorn-crusted lamb loin and rack of lamb served with polenta-spiced apricot in Madeira wine sauce; and

“Togetherness,” two quail in zinfandel sauce served with caramelized pears and truffled sweet peas. Special vegetarian entrees are available also.

Bernard’s Bistro

The Village Lake Las Vegas

15 Costa di Lago (map it)

6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

$75 per person

702-565-1155 to make reservations

Billy Bob’s Steakhouse and Saloon at Sam’s Town

- Champagne Cocktail (one glass per person)

- Starter – Melty Baked Brie

- Entrée – Filet Mignon Supreme and Lobster Combination

Beef Tenderloin Steak, wrapped in Bacon with Wild Mushrooom Ragout and Port Wine Demi-Glace, together with an Australian Lobster Tail and served with Baby Red Rose Potatoes and Green and White Asparagus

- Dessert – Crème Brulee

Sunday, February 14, 2010 – 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Reservations Recommended – 702.456.7777

Sweetheart Dinner for Two – $95

Willy and Jose’s Cantina at Sam’s Town

Sunday, February 14, 2010 – 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Reservations Recommended – 702.456.7777

- Prime Rib and Crab Legs – $21

Slow roasted Prime Rib and one-half pound Snow Crab Legs served with Baked Potato, Fresh Vegetables and Soup or Salad

- Willy & Jose’s – $15

Two grilled Filet medallions topped with Smoked Bacon, Provolone Cheese, Ranchero Sauce and Cheddar Cheese. Served with Beans and Rice

- Grilled Salmon Mexicana – $14

Fresh Pacific Salmon seasoned and grilled in a spicy sauce and served with Vegetables, Beans and Rice

Firelight Buffet at Sam’s Town

Featured items include:

- Breast of Chicken – Saltimbocca Style

- Linguini with Seafood Scampi

- Pork Chops with Rum Glaze

- Sea Bass with Strawberry Sauce

- Veggie Medley

- Carving Station – Breast of Turkey, Prime Rib of Beef, Glazed Ham

- Additional items include Salad Bar, Mexican selections, Chinese selections, Pasta selections, Dessert Station, Hard Pack Ice Cream Station and Holiday Chocolate Fountain

Sunday, February 14, 2010 – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

$12.99 for Club Coast members

SAM’S TOWN HOTEL AND GAMBLING HALL

5111 Boulder Highway

Las Vegas, NV 89122

702.456.7777

SC Prime Steakhouse and Bar

Course 1 – choice of starter:

- Smoked Salmon and Vegetable Rolls

Spicy Sesame Drizzle

- Crispy Grecian Style Artichoke Hearts

Lightly breaded and fried to golden brown, served with Grilled Bruschetta and Tomato Basil Sauce

- Classic Shrimp Cocktail

Traditional Cocktail and Louisiana Remoulade

Course 2 – choice of salad or soup:

- Sonoma Field Green Salad

Served with Belgian Endives, Ruby Red Grapefruit and Minted Red Wine Vinaigrette

- Chicken and Spinach Soup

Floating Carrot Hearts

Course 3 – choice of entrée:

- Grilled New York Striploin

Grilled to Perfection and served over Sautéed Onions and Mushrooms and finished with a Buffalo Mozzarella Relish Creamy Garlic Demi-Glaze

- King Crab Stuffed Veal Loin

Tender Veal Loin stuffed with King Crab and Leaf Spinach and served over Yukon Smashed Potatoes and Fresh Seasonal Vegetables with a Sauce Armagnac

- Sautéed Chilean Seabass

Served with a Crab Herb Dressing, Sautéed Potatoes and Leaf Spinach and a Warm Champagne Vinaigrette

- The Duet

Petite Filet Mignon and Baked Garlic Herb Prawns, served with Fresh Seasonal Vegetables and Chunky Yukon Gold Smashed Potatoes

Course 4 – choice of dessert:

- Lovers Fruit Basket

Fresh Assorted Fruits and Berries served in a Chocolate Covered Cake Basket with Raspberry and Crème Anglaise Sauce

- Sweet Hearts Almond Crusted Napoleon

Layered with Amaretto Chocolate Mousse and Fresh Raspberries

Add Mumm’s Cordon Rouge for $35 per bottle.

Saturday, February 13 and Sunday, February 14, 2010 – 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Reservations Recommended – 702.636.7111

$59.95 per person

Salvatore’s Ristorante Italiano

Course 1 – choice of starter:

- Lobster Bisque

- Caesar Salad

- Spinach Salad

- Corn Chowder

Course 2 – choice of entrée:

- Twin Medallions of Black Angus Beef with Jumbo prawns

Draped with a Golden Bernaise

- Crab Stuffed Fillet of Sole

Served over a crown of Creamy Citrus Risotto

- Fettuccini with Crab and a Brie Alfredo Sauce

- Atlantic Flounder Picatta with Artichokes and Caper Sauce

- Cioppino featuring Lobster, Clams, Scallops and Shrimp

In a hearty Seafood Brodo, served with Grilled Garlic Toasts

- Salvatore’s Slow Roasted Prime Ribs of Beef

- Osso Bucco with Risotto

Course 3 – a selection of specially prepared Valentine’s Desserts

Non-alcoholic beverages are included.

Sunday, February 14, 2010 – 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Reservations Recommended – 702.636.7111

$44.95 per person

SUNCOAST HOTEL AND CASINO

9090 Alta Drive

Las Vegas, NV  89145

702.636.7111

Canal Street at Orleans

Carved tableside

- Orleans Short Loin of Beef – $37

Prime cut of Bone-in Filet mignon and New York sirloin lightly rubbed with Ancho Chili Peppers over a Semi-Sweet Chocolate Demi-Glace Sauce

- Seafood Pescatora

Lobster, Shrimp, Crab and Scallops over Sun dried Tomato Pesto Sauce, served with Artisian-style Pasta

Dinners include wine.

Sunday, February 14, 2010 – 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Reservations Recommended – 702.365.7550

5-course dinner with choice of entrée:

- Chateaubriand for Two – $85

The Prime Rib Loft at Orleans

Lobster Dainty, Petit Filet and Skewered Shrimp, served over Tomato Risotto and Grilled Vegetables

- Veal Parmigiana – $30

Scaloppine of Veal, lightly breaded, sautéed and topped with Marinara Sauce and three Cheeses

- Chicken Marsala – $23

Sauteed Airline Chicken Breast with Mushrooms and a Marsala Wine Demi- Glace

Dinners include champagne toast.

Sunday, February 14, 2010 – 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Reservations Recommended – 702.365.7550

4-course dinner with choice of entrée:

- Land and Sea Trio – $35

THE ORLEANS HOTEL AND CASINO

4500 West Tropicana Avenue

Las Vegas, NV  89103

702.365.7111

Image courtesy of Kari Tiedt.

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