Silverado Steakhouse at South Point features a unique Valentine's Day menu, priced at $49 per person, featuring smoked duck breast, crab legs Francaise, white sea bass and medallion of beef and shrimp. Side dishes include the Cupid Salad or souffle potatoes and Parisian vegetables. For dessert, enjoy a combination of raspberry and blackberry mousses.
Don Vito's Italian at South Point offers guests a special menu, priced at $35 per person, featuring grilled shrimp or spinach salad followed by a choice of seafood asti or medallion of beef Rossini. Dessert is a mudslide cannoli with a special Champagne toast.
Primarily Prime Rib at South Point offers a specialty menu for $29 per person featuring items like a "Lover Salad" paired with a choice of medallions of beef or salmon Oscar with chateau potatoes and fresh green beans. Guests will finish the evening with a special Champagne toast and pears belle Helene to share for dessert.
Baja Miguel's Mexican restaurant at South Point offers a special $19.95 holiday menu including a choice of traditional or strawberry margaritas leading into a choice of shrimp Rockefeller or fish ceviche tostadas to start. The main entree is the "Baja Combination" featuring salmon and a flat iron steak. Enjoy a tequila strawberry flan for two for dessert.
Culinary Dropout offers a specialty menu from Feb. 14-16 in addition to the Single's Awareness Day drink specials on Friday, Feb. 15. The four-course a la carte menu features the gastropub's signature appetizers, salads, main entrees and desserts such as the bistro steak Oscar ($36) topped with king crab and peppercorn gastrique and served with a side of hand-cut fries. Desserts include the apple monkey bread, peanut butter and chocolate tart and salted caramel custard. On Feb. 15, cocktail specials include $5 champagne, $2 paper bag beers and $8 specialty cocktails including the Cat Lady and SADCakes.
Aureole at Mandalay Bay offers a four-course Valentine's Day offering two seating options: $95 in the main dining room or $105 in the swan court with optional wine pairings from the restaurant's famous wine tower for an additional $55. The four-course meal offers items like oysters and king crab leg, Dover sole filet, duo of veal tenderloin and sweetbreads and a dessert of strawberry and Champagne vacherin.
Fleur by Hubert Keller offers a specialty meal for $75 per person featuring items like kusshi oysters, jumbo lump crab cake, seared scallops, petite filet and a chocolate hazelnut bar for dessert.
Alain Ducasse's Mix at Mandalay Bay offers a meal for $80 per person featuring items like marinated Maine scallops with Chioggia beets and mache topped with fresh black truffle shavings and beef tenderloin with Hawaiian heart of palm, sauteed red oak, and barbeque marmalade.
Executive Chef Pierpaolo Pittia has created a five-course meal at Fiamma for $85 per person. Menu items include a white asparagus souffle mixed with a crispy prosciutto langoustine sauce and baked singing scallops followed by tortellini with foie gras. The main course is surf and turf featuring tenderloin of beef and fresh Maine lobster. Dessert is tiramisu.
Shibuya's Valentine Omakase menu offers menu items like salmon tataki, ama ebi, nori-crusted tuna, Colorado lamb served with wasabi relish, king crab tempura, a selection of sushi and soup, and sweet rice pudding with earl grey Ice Cream. This Japanese feast is available for $240 per couple.
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