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Venice Las Vegas is preparing for October with a new fall menu and Halloween cocktails. It's not a trick here, you can only taste things like the new pumpkin burger, the pasta with squid, and the best steak tartare from the resort's signature restaurant collection.
a Halloween special
The three-person bar cities of Dorsey, Rosina, and Electra, known as The Cockticket Collective, are creating spooky vibes during the month of October.
The city's cocktail bar will serve a monstrous mixture of white rum, carrot juice, lemon, duck, big ice, ground cinnamon, orange wedges, cherries, and more to "harvest Riot."
Elektra Cocktail Club offers devil-like delicious "El Diablo" using tequila, lime, ginger juice, crème de casis, club soda, and ginger garnish
Rosina Cocktail Lounge is raiding pumpkin patches with "Pumpkin Spice Carajillo" consisting of vodka, ricor 43, espresso and pumpkin
Black Tab Craft Burger & Beer
Black Tab Craft Burger & Beer takes pumpkin season very seriously. During the month of October, guests can dive into a pumpkin spice burger with prime beef, mustard and brown sugar candied bacon, smoky pumpkin cream cheese sauce, parmesan and arugula. This spice burger is served with fries and guests can order pumpkin bourbon shakes to complement the meal.
"Brera Osteria, Republic of Korea
Dip your teeth into BRERA Osteria's Halloween menu, which features three new dishes for the season.
Otunale, shaved brussels sprouts, Tuscan kale, pomegranate, crispy red quinoa salad
grilled scallops with horseradish, potatoes, tomatoes, black onion sauce
Sea trout was served over forbidden rice with brussels sprouts and nardelo pepper crema
Ristolante Italiano of Matteo
Matteo's Ristorante Italiano is decorating a menu with delicious autumn flavors for Halloween. The menus available only on Monday, October 31st are as follows:
Batuta di Salmon, squid ink aioli, cucumber, salmon tartare with red onion
Ravioli di Babietol, beet and goat cheese with sage butter sauce and roasted walnuts
Nero des sepia calamarata with squid ink in Anduja butter sauce with scallops, calamari, shrimp and mussels
Roasted Pork Myalino with apple fennel marmalade and pumpkin nyoki
Cut by Wolfgang Puck
For those looking for something to eat, Wolfgang Puck's CUT now offers a rough cut menu available only at the bar. From 4 p.m. until it closes, the menu, created by executive chef Matt Hurley, features everyone's favorite cocktail accompaniment: popcorn! Guests can also enjoy gulf shrimp rolls, steamed baobuns, prime steak tartare, Wagyu beef wonja, and desserts.
Fall and winter have become more delicious at Mott 32, where award-winning Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong are already adding new seasonal dishes and cocktails to their powerful menus. Guests can start the evening with a Jade Apple cocktail consisting of grapefruit, rose vodka, sour apple, honeydew and cherry tomato tanghulu, or rising coi with pink peppercorn and background, aperol, rosewater honey syrup, rhubarb beater and egg white, which are representative fruits of autumn. New dishes include grilled fresh abalone, a rack of lamb grilled on bamboo charcoal, a wok-fried French quail bridge, braised Wagyu beef ball curry and grilled crab with eggplant. The new products are available from now until January.
With the summer heat behind us, October is the perfect month to have a patio meal at a Venetian resort.
Thomas Keller's Bouchon features a unique patio surrounded by a Venetian pool garden, obscured by The Strip with the peaceful sound of water flowing from the fountain. The patio, which is most popular for breakfast and brunch, is also the perfect place to have a fun meal after sunset
Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer offers the best views of The Strip and the resort's Grand Canal. Guests can also enjoy shuffleboarding while enjoying Crazy Shake and burgers
LABO Italian Restaurant offers outdoor patio seating and stunning views of Las Vegas Streets
Wakuda is the perfect patio to see the sunnip from the Michelin two-man chef Tetsuya Wakuda, capture the energy of the strip, and enjoy the culture of the solar eclipse
Friday, November 10, 2023