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Sneak Peek: Restaurant Week Menus From Highest-End Restaurants
Published on Mon, Feb 11, 2013 (11:10 a.m.)Now in its lucky 7th year, Las Vegas Restaurant Week lets locals and tourists return to their favorite restaurants or try new restaurants they might never have tried with sincerely reduced pricing on special menu items.
Las Vegas Restaurant Week takes place March 8th – 15th, 2013.
Two of the highest-level restaurants in the collection of restaurants participating – Andre’s at the Monte Carlo, and Alizé at the top of the Palms – fill to the brim with reservations well before Restaurant Week even begins. Reserve two memorable dinners during this week by making an online reservation, or calling Andre’s at (702) 798-7151, or Alizé at (702) 951-7000.
Go to www.TopRestaurantsLasVegas.com to see Restaurant Week Menus from Andre's and Alizé.
Here's your chance to try Celebrity Chef André Rochat's brand new menu selections at very favorable pricing. If, however, the thought of dining on “fine French cuisine” has kept you at bay for one reason or another, there’s no better time than Las Vegas Restaurant Week to try amazing menu items that earn the highest restaurant accolades and awards in Las Vegas and across North America.
With every meal you order during Las Vegas Restaurant Week, Alizé and Andre's donate a portion of these proceeds to Three Square. This longtime organization feeds nearly 100,000 men, women, seniors and children on a monthly basis.
Memorable food. Great pricing. Fantastic cause. It can’t get any better than that. We’ll see you at Las Vegas Restaurant Week!
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