LAS VEGAS—Boyd Gaming destinations throughout the Las Vegas Valley are serving up seasonal cheer with decadent dining experiences, featuring festive flavors and traditional holiday favorites this December.
Reservations are required. Menus, prices and times are subject to change. For the latest and complete list of all Boyd Gaming holiday dining specials, please visit www.boydgaming.com/Holiday2020.
Highlighted Holiday Menus and Specials:
MRKT Sea & Land at Aliante Casino + Hotel + Spa will offer a memorable, three-course holiday dinner for two for $125 on Friday, December 25. For the appetizer, guests will be served halibut crudo, sashimi-grade halibut flavored with chives and lemon. The main entrée features chateaubriand served with asparagus and potatoes. Diners can delight in crème brûlée with raspberry macaroons for dessert.
MRKT Sea & Land will also serve a New Year’s Eve four-course special on Thursday, December 31 for $85. The meal will begin with a tomato burrata salad with pancetta, balsamic glaze and fresh basil, as well as lobster bisque with crème French or French onion soup. For the main entrée, diners can choose from the Dover Sole a la Meunière served with brown butter and lemon sauce, potato puree and chive oil, or the crispy duck breast served with roasted grape jus and potato puree. Dessert will feature a chocolate mouse cake with field raspberries.
Aliante’s FARM will serve a delicious holiday special on December 25 from 11 a.m. to close for $16.99. The special includes the choice of a house salad or cup of soup, and spiced glazed ham served with carrots, candied sweet potatoes and a dinner roll. A scrumptious pecan pie will be served for dessert.
The Salted Lime at Aliante is serving up an authentic Mexican holiday special on December 25 for $19.99. As the starter, guests will be served a field greens salad with roasted beets, pumpkin, corn and cilantro dressing. The main entrée features traditional chicken tamales with guajillo chili sauce, black beans and pasilla rice. Dulce de leche cheesecake will be served for dessert.
The Salted Lime will also serve a three-course New Year’s Eve special for $24.99. The dinner will start with a Caesar salad served with a Parmesan taco shell, croutons and queso fresco cheese. Lobster enchiladas with roasted tomatillo pepita cream sauce, Spanish rice and black beans will be served as the main course. Diners will enjoy a chocolate mouse cake with prickly pear fruit sauce, drunken fruit and cinnamon cream for dessert.
Bailiwick All American Pub + Eatery at The Orleans Hotel and Casino will offer a tantalizing three-course dinner on December 25 from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. for $35. As a starter, diners will be served a wedge salad with crisp iceberg lettuce, applewood smoked bacon, scallions, vine-ripe tomato, moody bleu cheese dressing, crispy onions and balsamic syrup. The main course features beef Wellington, a classic center-cut beef tenderloin baked in puff pastry and topped with mushroom duxelles and pâté. The dish is served with Madeira wine sauce, stuffed baked potato, and fresh broccolini. To end the meal, diners can enjoy a house-made apple strudel served with vanilla ice cream and salted caramel sauce.
Also located at The Orleans is Copper Whisk Café, serving a flavorful “Land & Sea” holiday special, available on December 25 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. for $21.99. Guests begin their meal with the choice of tortellini and spinach soup or a house salad. For the main entrée, guests will enjoy the featured “Land & Sea” dish that includes petite filet mignon and seafood Newburg nestled in a puff pastry served with croquette potatoes and the chef’s fresh vegetables. The special also includes a holiday Yule log for dessert.
On December 25, Cornerstone at Gold Coast Hotel and Casino will offer several delectable options on its holiday menu from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. For starters, guests can choose from a house salad or butternut squash bisque. As the main entrée, guests can choose the traditional tom turkey dinner for $33 served with cornbread stuffing, green beans, glazed yams, mashed Yukon potatoes, giblet gravy and cranberry relish. Diners can also choose the roast duck dish for $32, served with wild mushrooms, ancient grains and cranberry syrup. Another entrée option is the pan-seared salmon served with tri-color roasted potatoes and Brussels sprouts with crispy pancetta bacon for $34. Guests can end their meal with a warm fruit cobbler topped with whiskey cream sauce.
Suncoast Hotel and Casino’s 90 NINETY Bar + Grill will offer a special à la carte holiday menu on December 25. The menu includes a rainbow salad for $4.99 with cucumber, heirloom and sundried tomatoes, mandarin segments, red onion, peppers, bleu cheese and red wine vinaigrette; turkey loaf roulade, a baked ground turkey loaf seasoned with fresh Italian herbs and served with potato pave and freshly grilled marinated vegetables for $19.99; New York steak served with garden vegetables, garlic mashed potatoes and Madeira sauce for $26.99; and an apple strudel served a la mode with caramel sauce for $4.99. 90 NINETY will also serve its regular menu. To make a reservation, visit www.opentable.com.
Du-par’s Restaurant & Bakery at Suncoast will serve a classic, three-course holiday meal for $18.99 on December 25. The special features the choice of roasted turkey or honey-glazed ham. Each entrée will be served with savory stuffing, buttery whipped potatoes, turkey gravy, candied yams, cranberry sauce and winter vegetables. The meal also includes a side salad and choice of pie. Du-par’s regular menu will also be available. For reservations, call (702) 636-7111.
The Angry Butcher at Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall will serve multiple savory holiday menu options on December 25 from 3 p.m. to close, starting at $49 per person. The dining experience will begin with the choice of crab-stuffed shrimp with red pepper rémoulade or a winter salad with crisp greens, poached pears, sun-dried cranberries, candied walnuts and red wine vinaigrette. As the main entrée, diners can choose one of three options, including the slow-roasted tom turkey with sage sausage and sourdough dressing, honey and clove-glazed bone-in ham, or oven-roasted prime rib. Each entrée will be served with buttered carrots, Brussels sprouts and the choice of scalloped or baked sweet potatoes. Guests will enjoy a pumpkin crème brûlée or pistachio cheesecake for dessert.
Carve Prime Rib at Cannery Casino Hotel will serve a three-course holiday dinner on December 25 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. for $29.99 per person. Diners will begin their meal with the choice of lobster bisque or a winter greens salad tossed with toasted pecans, feta cheese, cherry tomatoes and cranberry vinaigrette. The main entrée options include a slow-roasted prime rib with creamed horseradish, au jus, butter whipped potatoes and green beans amandine, or the choice of grilled Chilean sea bass served with saffron couscous, sautéed baby spinach, and lemon butter sauce. Both entrees will be served with holiday bread and butter. For dessert, guests will be served a warm molten chocolate lava cake with vanilla bean ice cream, raspberry sauce, and Chantilly whipped cream.
Carve Prime Rib will offer an unforgettable New Year’s Eve dining experience for $45 on December 31. The dinner special features the “Surf” dish that includes 2 pounds of steamed king crab legs served with drawn butter. Guests can also choose the “Surf and Turf” option that features an 8-ounce charbroiled filet mignon with red wine sauce and 1 pound of steamed king crab legs with drawn butter. Each entrée will be served with winter vegetables and whipped potatoes.
Cannery’s Victory’s Café will offer a tasty, three-course holiday dinner on December 25 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. for $16.99. Begin the holiday meal with the choice of either a winter greens salad or New England clam chowder. For the main entrée, guests can choose from grilled ribeye steak or brown sugar and pineapple-glazed ham, both served with butter whipped potatoes and vegetable medley. A chocolate and vanilla cream Yule log with peppermint ice cream will be served for dessert.
Victory’s Cafe will also serve a New Year’s Day (Friday, January 1, 2021) special for $14.99, featuring smoked ham hocks served with collard greens, stewed black-eyed peas and cornbread.
California Hotel and Casino’s Market Street Café and Fremont Hotel and Casino’s Paradise Café will serve a festive holiday dinner special for $16.99 on December 25. The three-course special will begin with butternut squash bisque. The main course features honey-glazed ham served with caramelized apple chutney, whipped potatoes and green bean almondine. Guests will indulge in a chocolate ganache cake for dessert.
For the full lineup of Boyd Gaming’s holiday dining specials, please visit www.boydgaming.com/Holiday2020.
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