Las Vegas Restaurant Week(s) best values

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Las Vegas Restaurant Week is in full swing — and this year, it’s for two weeks. From now – Sept. 11, dine at extraordinary Las Vegas restaurants with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Three Square — Las Vegas’ food bank.

Sage

Sage, located in Aria, is a Restaurant Week participant.

Restaurant Week is a great way to try new restaurants while dining affordably and supporting a good cause. Choose from three menu prices: $20.11, $30.11 and $50.11. Most restaurants offer special three-course menus for dinner and some also offer a lunch option.

A few of the best menu values include:

  • Estiatorio Milos’ $50.11 dinner menu. Milos’ four-course dinner menu is a steal: charcoal-grilled octopus, Mediterranean sea bass, fish carpaccio and a Greek wine pairing for just $20, which could be the cost of just one glass of wine at Milos.   
  • From acclaimed Chef Shawn McClain, Sage offers dinner options like a grilled summer peach salad, American Wagyu hanger steak and more, for $50.11.
  • The Eiffel Tower Restaurant offers a great lunch menu. Enjoy the view while dining on mushroom and spinach strudel and flat iron steak. Lunch is $30.11.
  • In terms of variety, Bacio by Carla Pellegrino offers three dinner options, each $30.11. Dishes from the menus include fritto misto di mare, a 16-ounce pork chop, and chicken Parmesan.
  • BarMasa’s regular sushi menu can run as much as $45 for a single roll. So having a complete three-course dinner for $50.11 is a great deal. Choose from a selection of sushi or sashimi or even a whole grilled fish as your main course.
  • Michael Mina is consistently busy, whether I eat there on a Friday night or a Tuesday night. One of the highlights on the menu is the phyllo-crusted sole — a delicate, flaky fish coated in phyllo dough crumbs. It’s on Michael Mina’s Restaurant Week menu for $50.11, plus you get an appetizer and dessert.
  • If you need a solid lunch, head to Skybox at Aria. The $20.11 meal includes hearty options like New England clam chowder, a pound of Buffalo wings and crab cake sliders.
  • For a complete list of participating restaurants, click here.

    Wherever you choose to dine, make sure to support a great cause and enjoy!

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