Italian food makes the perfect romantic supper because you can wear a red shirt or blouse in the spirit of love while concealing clumsy marinara stains. Ventano Italian Grill & Seafood joins the culinary forces of chefs Arnauld Briand and Carmine Vento in an elegant and seductive environment of traditional Italian recipes, fresh seafood, and wines for the sipping. Ventano's dinner menu leads the palate through a vista of granite-stone-sizzling baby lamb chops ($13.50) and steamed mussels ($8.50) before arriving at an entree such as eggplant parmigiana ($16.50), gnocchi con pesto ($15), and potato-wrapped salmon (with jasmine rice and grilled asparagus in a lobster cream sauce; $21). Wine pursuers with cultivated noses can ruminate over a wine list ripe with international bottles for all memorable meals and occasions.
Authentic New England Seafood restaurant with breakfast served all day, lunch and dinner. Inside DOC HOLLIDAY'S. Owend by UFC fighter Allen "Monstah Lobstah" Berube, he brings the delicious charm of Boston food and friendly service and lobstahs! Also serving burgers, kids menu and live lobstah tank. The BEST Tail in Town!
Drum fish. Wrasse. Tautog. Wahoo. Chef Rick Moonen knows the dangers that overfishing poses to popular seafood such as salmon and tuna, so his menu makes use of sustainable aquatic treats many consumers have never even heard of. Thanks to his fluency in the ocean's hidden delights, Moonen⎯who, in 1978, graduated from the Culinary Institute of America first in his class⎯brings a unique breadth of knowledge to the creation of each dish.
The waiters at RM Seafood's multilevel dining rooms, like the butler at M.C. Escher's single-floor apartment, serve different menus upstairs and downstairs. Below, an ever-rotating menu of fresh fish complements a sushi bar, and the upstairs kitchen features elegant tasting menus featuring dishes such as charred Spanish baby octopus or Peruvian lantern scallops atop a bed of polenta.
Ten years ago, executive-chef Craig “Andy” Beardslee and pal Johnny Rivera set out to bring country-style cooking to an urban environment. Today, the duo’s award-winning eatery Hash House A Go Go has expanded from its original San Diego home into five Vegas locations, including a spot inside The M Resort Spa & Casino Las Vegas. Drawing from his work with agriculture and livestock, chef Beardslee kicks up house-made farm favorites, adding innovative flavors to fried chicken, french toast, and meatloaf recipes. The generously portioned entrees pair well with creative concoctions, such as a BLT bloody mary, a far more successful drink than its predecessor, the grilled-cheese martini.
Nestled in the Riviera Hotel and Casino, R Steak & Seafood Restaurant spreads out a straight flush of beef fillets from 6 ounces to 24 ounces. Each comes seasoned with the same distinctive signature spice rub the casino’s dealers use to make the cards extra lucky. Grilled, sautéed, or blackened, seafood selections such as mahi mahi and surf 'n' turf with drawn butter and lemon tempt the gourmand in every gamer. Wait staff can recommend wine pairings and selections from a suite of sauces—including béarnaise, demi-glace, bourbon barbecue, and au poivre—to match any of the slabs of tender protein. Without leaving the grounds, diners can try their chances at 100,000 square feet of table games and slot machines at the casino, or stop off for regular entertainment such as Jan Rouven’s Illusions magic show, live music at Le Bistro Lounge, and a bustling comedy club featuring local favorites and national headliners.