Choose Between Two Options
$34 towards wine and food package for two, valid for brunch (Sunday) or lunch or dinner (Sunday–Thursday, $60 total value)
- $30 worth of gourmet eclectic cuisine to share for two
- Two glasses of red, white, or sparkling wine ($15 value each)
- Click here and scroll down to view the menu.
$99 for a pre-fixe dinner and wine for two, with a pool package ($180 value)
- Pre-fixe chef’s choice dinner for two ($150 value)
- Admission to the pool with two drink passes ($15 value each)
- Click here to view the pre-fixe menu.
Groupon will donate $1 for each Wine & Dinner Groupon sold and $3 to for each pre-fixe Groupon sold. All donations will go to Kerry Simon’s Multiple Symptom Atrophy (MSA) fund through the Keep Memory Alive website, where you may also donate further to the Kerry Simon’s cause.
Simon Restaurant & Lounge
Out the window, the blue of the Palms Place pool sparkles; in the air, the smell of braised beef short ribs linger. This marriage of elegance and hearty food might not seem an intuitive one, but the man behind the recipe makes it sing. Celebrity Chef Kerry Simon, who Rolling Stone famously deemed "the Rock-and-Roll chef," has braved Iron Chef America's "Kitchen Stadium" and opened restaurants the world over. His Palms Place jewel, Simon Restaurant & Lounge, takes inspiration from his jet-setting ways—literally. "I call it designed from jet lag," Simon told the Las Vegas Sun. "It was a lot of stuff that, over the years when I traveled, I craved."
Luckily for guests, Chef Simon's cravings are varied. At the sushi bar, diners feast on specialty rolls and sashimi, with wok-charred edamame and ahi tuna tartare ready to accompany the hand rolls and tiny dishes of soy sauce. Mama Simon's meatloaf, made with beef and veal, goes toe-to-toe with truffled mac and cheese for the title of most comforting dish, while a 40-ounce porterhouse waits to test the depths of guests' hunger or the size of their cheek pouches. But it isn't all savory—the brunch menu boasts brioche apple-crunch pancakes crusted in Frosted Flakes, and Simon Junk Food platters, designed to be shared, let diners walk down memory lane with brownies, Rice Krispie treats, cupcakes, cookies, and cotton candy.