This Sunday is Mother’s Day in the United States and most Las Vegas resorts and restaurants have special menu’s just for Mother’s Day. One such special menu is at Oscar’s Steakhouse in Downtown Las Vegas at the Plaza Hotel & Casino.
The Mother’s Day menu at Oscar’s starts with a heirloom tomato salad- buratta, red wine vinaigrette and basil for $14. The entrée is crispy branzino- arugyla, capers with buree blanc for $49.
If you want to pair an appetizer or side with your meal they are also offering a truffle risotto- parmesan, black tuffle and chive for $15.
On Mother’s Day restaurants get pretty busy so I would recommend reservations as soon as possible and, all prices do not include taxes and fees and of course tips.
Oscar’s Steakhouse at the Plaza downtown has always been a good option for perfectly aged steaks which are cooked over a 600 degree grill. During the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo they have added three special menu items just for the event; The first braised short ribs over country grits with fried onions, the second is a slow roasted prime rib with loaded mashed potatoes and green beans and finally a Whiskey BBQ glazed sirloin steak with baked potato and brussel sprouts for $35 each. If you get there early request a window seat so you can see the Fremont Street Experience canopy, the street itself has been obscured by a stage but you can still see the canopy. Reservations for dinner as most places are recommended especially with the big crowds in town and can be made at the website or by calling (702) 386-7227.
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The popular steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas known for god food as well as its great views of the golf course, called The Country Club has announced they are closing January 14th 2018. The closure announcement isn’t really a surprise as construction of the planned $1.5 billion Paradise Park was announced to be built on the current Wynn golf course.
In Las Vegas there our many places to get a good steak dinner although a Chicago heavyweight Steakhouse Bavette’s is about to open a Las Vegas location. The new 10,035 is due to open this month at the Monte Carlo as the property is revamped in to the MGM Park resort in the former Brand space. The restaurant will have a 1920’s speakeasy vibe which plays off its Chicago roots and hopefully for the owners be as busy as the Chicago restaurant where it’s hard to get a reservation.
The space formally occupied by Brand at Monte Carlo is going to become a location of Bavette’s Bar & Bouef a critically acclaimed steakhouse from Chicago. The Chicago location of Bavette’s Bar & Bouef has dark panel walls and leather seats in a darker speak easy look and its possible some of that look could make it to its new Las Vegas location. The Chicago restaurant is known for of course amazing steaks but also food with a French flair but less formal than most French restaurants. The Las Vegas location is due to open in October at this time so we will have to check it out then.