Buzios has a special three-course Valentine's Day menu will be featured. Starter options include bloody Mary oyster shooters and mojito shrimp ceviche ($13) or the lump crab, avocado and basil salad ($19). Main entree choices include the petite filet mignon, lobster and rock shrimp ($43) or the poached Chilean sea bass ($33). For dessert, enjoy a Neapolitan bavarois creme with a light French cake.
Martorano's offers a three-course prix fixe menu featuring choices of the mozzarella stack ($22) or eggplant Parmigiana ($18) to start. Main entree choices include the pescatore with linguini pasta, San Marzono tomato, scallops, shrimp, lobster and fresh basil ($52), Chilean sea bass in a light lemon butter sauce with sauteed lump crab ($48), shrimp risotto and asparagus ($28) or lasagna ($26). For dessert, enjoy a Neapolitan bavarois creme dressed with a light French cake and a selection of mignardises ($8).
Voodoo Steak offers a four-course menu with a great view of the city for $65 per person. The menu includes creamy root vegetable soup to start, California seabass, blue cheese-crusted Wagyu tenderloin, and Neapolitan bavarois creme with a selection of mignardises for dessert. The menu will be offered from 5–10:30 p.m.
Center Cut Steakhouse at Flamingo offers a special four-course prix fixe menu for $85 per person. Two glasses of Champagne accompany the first course of lime-poached shrimp cocktail for two and following Center Cut Caesars salad for two. The main entree features a choice of eight-ounce beef Wellington filet mignon or eight-ounce steak Diane filet mignon. Shared sides include the jalapeno bacon creamed corn, lobster mac & cheese and grilled asparagus. Dessert is chocolate mousse-spiced raspberry or white chocolate passion fruit cream.
Gordon Ramsay Steak offers a four-course menu for $95 per person. Starters include the Scotch egg and domestic caviar followed by a second course featuring a choice of smoked beef tartare, fried Blue Point oyster or Maine lobster. The third course includes choices of beef Wellington for two, roasted chicken breast or fisherman's stew for two. Finish off the meal with a chef-selected dessert.
Bally's Steakhouse offers a three-course menu for $150 for two people. Highlights include seafood on ice to share featuring shrimp, king crab claws and oysters. Main entrees include Wagyu eye of rib eye or albacore tuna with lobster plus a dessert to share.
Bellagio welcomes the prestigious Diaoyutai State Guesthouse to the United States. This is only the second time this has occurred so if you are looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, this could be it. Typically reserved for royalty, heads of state and other world leaders, Diaoyutai State Guesthouse of Beijing will host a series of exclusive dinners within Bellagio's Tuscany Kitchen Thursday, Feb. 14-Saturday, Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. The dinner offers an eight-course menu featuring dishes showcasing rare ingredients and techniques that follow strict nutritional requirements. Prepared and served by the Diaoyutai culinary team and led by Executive Chef Hao Baoli, who has hosted more than 1,000 world leaders in his decades at the Guesthouse, this special meal is $500 per person and all-inclusive. For reservations, call the Bellagio Concierge at 866-406-.
Sushi Roku offers its regular menu as well as two exclusive Valentine's Day Specials. The first is the "Tuna met Salmon" featuring tuna and salmon sashimi with mizore ponzu and flower bouquets for $22 and the Cherrytini cocktail consisting of pitted cherries, simple syrup, Grey Goose Cherry Noir, Domain de Canton Ginger Liquer and sour for $14.
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