Feel the Love at Boyd Gaming Destinations Serving Unforgettable Valentine’s Day Dining Experiences in February

LAS VEGASLovers can be swept off their feet with romantic Valentine’s Day dining experiences available at Boyd Gaming destinations across the Las Vegas Valley on Friday, Feb. 14 and throughout the month.

Reservations are strongly recommended. Menus, prices and times are subject to change. For the latest and complete list of all Boyd Gaming Valentine’s Day specials, please visit: www.boydgaming.com

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Aliante Casino + Hotel + Spa / 702-692-7777 / www.aliantegaming.com

On Fridays and Saturdays in February from 5 p.m. to close, MRKT Sea & Land will offer a special date night menu, featuring delectable options for $95 per couple. For starters, guests can share a tasty appetizer, choosing from tempura lobster bites served with a red pepper aioli and firecracker sauce, or grilled bacon with apricot chutney. Couples can choose from two entrées, including shrimp alexander served with hollandaise sauce and rice pilaf, or Strauss veal chop served with demi-glace and garlic mashed potatoes. To end date night, couples will share a heart-shaped chocolate cake served with ganache couverture, raspberry coulis and whipped cream.

Bistro 57 is serving an Italian-inspired date night menu on Fridays and Saturdays in February from 4 p.m. to close for $60 per couple. The date night menu features a sharable appetizer, entrée choices and a scrumptious dessert to share at the end of the dining experience. For the appetizer, diners can choose from bruschetta or crispy calamari with marinara. As an entrée, guests can choose from the lobster ravioli served with champagne cream sauce, or steak Diane served with field mushrooms, cognac, heavy cream and herbed linguini. For dessert, couples will share a heart-shaped chocolate cake with ganache couverture, raspberry coulis and whipped cream.

The Salted Lime is serving up delicious Mexican dishes on their special date night menu available on Fridays and Saturdays in February from 4 p.m. to close for $55 per couple. Lovebirds can share authentic appetizers, including queso fundido served with crisp tortilla chips, or the choice of shrimp empanadas with seasoned shrimp and lime crème. The entrée choices include chorizo-stuffed chicken breast, or the roasted poblano shrimp, both served with cilantro rice and roasted vegetables. For dessert, couples can enjoy fried strawberry ice cream with a dark chocolate drizzle.

California Hotel and Casino / 702.385.1222 / www.thecal.com

Redwood Steakhouse will serve an exquisite three-course Valentine’s Day dinner for $45 per person from 5 p.m. to close. The appetizer features kale salad tossed with dried cherries, pomegranate, pickled red onion, crumbled goat cheese and poppy seed vinaigrette. A stunning surf and turf entrée will be presented with broiled filet mignon and shrimp and crab scampi served with asparagus and chardonnay beurre blanc. For dessert, couples can enjoy a raspberry tart paired with a flute of champagne and a chocolate-covered strawberry.

California Noodle House will serve authentic Asian flavors on Valentine’s Day from 4 p.m. to close for $35 per person. The dinner menu features leek dumplings as the appetizer, a Mongolian grill plate as the main entrée and a chocolate crunch cake for dessert.

Cannery Casino Hotel / 702-507-5700 / www.cannerycasino.com

Carve Prime Rib will offer a divine three-course Valentine’s Day menu from 5 p.m. to close for $45 per person with a C.A.N. Club Card. The meal will begin with wild mushroom soup. For the entrée, diners can choose from the seared-fresh, seasonal halibut served with saffron couscous, sautéed spinach and herb and lobster truffle butter sauce, or the steak au poivre, which features a peppercorn-crusted New York strip loin served with grilled jumbo asparagus, au gratin potatoes and cognac cream demi-glace. The romantic dinner includes a champagne toast and will end with a molten chocolate lava cake served with vanilla bean ice cream and raspberry coulis.      

Vino’s Ristorante is serving a flavorful surf and turf Valentine’s Day special from 5 p.m. to close for $35 per person with a C.A.N. Club Card. The special includes filet medallions and herb-battered jumbo shrimp topped with sundried tomato, pancetta supreme sauce and smoked mozzarella. The surf and turf special will be served with vegetable risotto, and includes a house salad and limoncello.

Eastside Cannery Casino and Hotel / 702-856-5300 / www.eastsidecannery.com

Snaps Restaurant will offer a surf and turf special for $16.99 on Valentine’s Day. The special includes Prime rib and fried shrimp served with baked potato and seasonal vegetables. A generous slice of chocolate cake will be served for dessert.

Fremont Hotel and Casino / 702-385-3232 / www.fremontcasino.com

Valentine’s Day at Second Street Grill will feature an elegant three-course menu from 5 p.m. to close for $50 per person. To begin the meal, couples can enjoy kataïfi shrimp served with lilikoi dipping sauce. The main entrée is a Chateaubriand Bouquetière, featuring filet mignon topped with sweet Vidalia onions served with broccolini, cremini mushroom caps, Yukon pesto mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus. A Chef-selected dessert will be served at the end of the meal.

Gold Coast Hotel and Casino / 702-367-7111 / www.goldcoastcasino.com

Cornerstone Classic American Steakhouse will serve an indulgent three-course, prix-fixe Valentine’s Day dinner menu for $55 per person from 5 p.m. to close. For starters, guests can enjoy a wild mushroom strudel with braised lentils, chèvre cheese and crème Fraiche. The main entrée will feature a grilled trio that includes petite filet mignon, lollipop lamb chop and jumbo shrimp served with cabernet sauce, minted rosemary lamb jus and Yukon gold puree. Lovebirds can end their date with a triple chocolate cheesecake served with fresh whipped cream and berries.

The Orleans Hotel and Casino / 702-365-7111 / www.orleanscasino.com

Alder & Birch will offer a memorable four-course Valentine’s Day dinner for $70 per couple from 5 p.m. to close. To begin the meal, diners will be served lobster ravioli in rich crabmeat cream sauce. They will also have the opportunity to choose from a three-onion soup with croutons, gruyere and apple cider, or a chopped salad with cucumbers, red onion, grape tomatoes, avocado, sunflower seeds, fresh basil, feta cheese and hearts of palm tossed in their choice of salad dressing. For the main entrée, diners can delight in two bacon-wrapped petite filets laced with Barolo demi-glace sauce served with tri-color Duchess potatoes and Parisienne vegetables. For dessert, guests will be served a slice of chocolate ganache mousse cake.

Bailiwick All American Pub + Eatery is serving a tantalizing three-course Valentine’s Day special for two for $49 from 4 p.m. to close. The menu features a Land & Sea for Two entrée that includes petite filets, shrimp scampi, grilled vegetables and garlic parmesan fries. The special will also come with a Bailiwick house salad for starters, and assorted chocolate petit fours for dessert. Couples can also enjoy a free photo booth session to capture the perfectly romantic evening at the restaurant from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Ondori Asian Kitchen is offering couples authentic Asian cuisine during their “Week for Love,” starting Monday, Feb. 10 through Sunday, Feb. 16. The “Week for Love” specials feature a mix and match dinner for two for $28, which includes a main entrée, rice or noodle entrée and a dessert to create the perfect dinner. Menu options include fried tofu with mixed veggies, Mongolian chicken or beef, sweet and sour chicken or pork and chicken or beef broccoli that can be paired with fried rice or lo mein options. For dessert, guests can share a mochi ice cream. Diners can also add sake to their dining experience for an additional charge.

Prime Rib Loft is offering a decadent Valentine’s Day special for $42 per person on Friday, Feb. 14 from 5 p.m. to close. Lovers can start their meal with pulled short ribs tossed with cavatappi pasta and a sweet sauce, as well as with the choice of a roasted-garlic tomato soup or wedge salad dressed with white chocolate vinaigrette. The surf and turf entrée features a 6-oz. filet topped with lump crab and half of a lobster tail served over roasted potato and vegetables drizzled with port wine reduction. To end the meal, couples can enjoy a white chocolate raspberry cheesecake. Throughout the evening, couples can also experience the Motown sounds of guitarist and vocalist Calvin Brooks from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Suncoast Hotel and Casino / 702-636-7111 / www.suncoastcasino.com

Love will be in the air at SC Prime Steakhouse & Bar as soulmates can enjoy a three-course Valentine’s Day menu from 5 p.m. to close, featuring breathtaking views of the city. Start the evening with a Lovers Salad tossed with baby greens, cherry tomato hearts, avocado, parmesan cheese and champagne vinaigrette. For the main entrée, diners can choose the lobster stuffed filet of sole with lemon garlic butter for $48, or the Oscar-style filet mignon topped with asparagus, jumbo lump crabmeat and hollandaise sauce for $62. Guests can fall in love with the Sweethearts Chocolate dessert, featuring chocolate mousse and chocolate ganache cake served with fresh raspberries and raspberry sauce.

Salvatore’s will serve up an expansive Valentine’s Day dinner menu on Friday, Feb. 14 from 4:30 p.m. to close. The menu includes a Sweetheart Salad tossed with baby arugula, spicy pecans and fresh strawberries topped with mandarin orange dressing and crispy shallots for $12.95; Filetto Duetto, a filet mignon draped with rich peppercorn sauce, coupled with crab cake and served with mushroom risotto for $46.95; Cavatappi Al Ghamberi, a classic pasta simmered in a rich roasted pepper pesto topped with asparagus, baby spinach and a bounty of plump shrimp for $29.99; and kosher braised short ribs of beef served over creamy mashers with natural pan juices and a medley of julienne vegetables for $35.

Suncoast Showroom is also offering a Valentine’s Day entertainment special for couples, starting from $52 plus taxes and fees, which includes two tickets to the Reckless in Vegas Valentine’s Day Show and a bottle of Gambino sparkling wine, available through Ticketmaster. For more details, visit www.suncoastcasino.com/whats-new/events/february-2020---reckless-in-vegas.

Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall / 702-456-7777 / www.samstownlv.com

The Angry Butcher will serve a savory three-course Valentine’s Day dinner from 4 p.m. to close for $40 per person. The meal will begin with the choice of lobster bisque or a Sweetheart Salad tossed with Bibb lettuce hearts, sweet heirloom tomatoes, feta cheese, pistachios, spring onion and white balsamic. For the main course, guests can choose from two options, including beef wellington or Alaskan halibut served with buttered asparagus and wild mushroom risotto. Couples will end their meal with a white chocolate trifle.

Eldorado Casino / 702.564.1811 / www.eldoradocasino.com

Guests can enjoy delightful Valentine’s Day specials from 1 p.m. to close at Mary’s Diner. Diners can choose the petite filet and shrimp skewer special served with asparagus, rice pilaf and the choice of soup or salad for $15.99. Mary’s Diner will also serve a filet and lobster special served with mashed potatoes and asparagus for $24.99. Both specials will also be served with a sweet dessert.

Jokers Wild Casino / 702.564.8100 / www.jokerswildcasino.com

Court Café will offer succulent specials from 1 p.m. to close on Valentine’s Day. Guests can order the petite filet and shrimp skewer special served with asparagus, rice pilaf and the choice of soup or salad for $15.99. Court Café will also serve a filet and lobster special served with mashed potatoes and asparagus for $24.99. Both specials will also be served with a sweet dessert.  

For a complete list of Valentine’s Day menus and specials, please visit www.boydgaming.com.

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