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Line-to-Table Dining at Lake Tahoe

Part of the appeal of Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino is its prime location on the northeast shore of Lake Tahoe. Taking advantage of this locale, the resort will offer guests an opportunity to book a fishing charter on Lake Tahoe and enjoy their catch prepared freshly by Chef Shane Hammett at the award-winning Lone Eagle Grille.

2349417821_cbffb7e3a8_bFish are cleaned on one of the two charter boats — the 28-foot “Reel Action” or the 22-foot “Delta Angler,” both from Action Watersports. Guests then have the option of packaging the catch to bring home or hand-delivering it to Hammett, who discusses the best way to prepare the fish. Options include simply baking the fish whole in a Chinese style for a crisped skin, or filet grilling.

Combine the service with the panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and wines from the Lone Eagle Grille, and it’s an experience like no other on the North Shore.

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino also recently completed major renovations to its luxurious Lakeside Cottages. The $3.6 million in upgrades, led by Simeone Deary Design Group, includes a total of 48 rooms in 12 lakeside buildings, with new millwork, refreshed wall coverings, new furniture and artwork, and decorative lighting.

“The recent upgrades to our Lakeside Cottages bring a new warmth and modern appeal to these one-of-a-kind accommodations,” said Fred Findlen, general manager of the resort. “We want to set the highest standard for our guests, and the refreshed cottages truly deliver that by providing a quintessential Lake Tahoe experience.”

The cottages range in price from $350 a night during the slow season to $1,899 during the summer high season.

WHITNEY PEAK HOTEL ANNOUNCES CULINARY PARTNERSHIP WITH ACCLAIMED CHEF MARK ESTEE

Whitney Peak Hotel, which will open May 17, 2014 in downtown Reno, has announced a culinary partnership with acclaimed, Reno-based chef Mark Estee. As partner, Estee will oversee the hotel’s food and beverage operations, as well as serve as the exclusive manager of Whitney Peak’s new on-site restaurant, Heritage.

heritageThe 4,000-square-foot restaurant will draw heavily on locally inspired cuisine, using regional foods and practices that tie into Reno’s history. “This restaurant, along with all culinary operations at Whitney Peak, will embrace all that is Reno,” said Estee. “Northern Nevada and Reno have such a rich history and an abundance of amazing farmers and ranchers – all of which we want to showcase at Heritage.” The restaurant will also include an expansive bar serving craft beers, local wines, and unique cocktails, which will appeal not just to hotel guests, but also the local community.

In his role, Estee will oversee the final design and roll-out of Heritage, along with the ongoing management, operations, promotion and marketing of all of Whitney Peak’s food and beverage services related to the restaurant, room service and banquets and events.

Rob Hendricks, the new general manager for Whitney Peak, added: “Chef Estee’s passion for great food is evident in all of his culinary endeavors. Combined with his knowledge of – and love for – the region, we can promise a one-of-a-kind experience for our hotel guests, as well as Reno residents and visitors who come to Whitney Peak to dine or attend a performance.”

Estee has more than 20 years of distinguished experience in food and beverage. He is the current chef/owner of Campo Reno and Campo Mammothchez louie, a French inspired restaurant in the Nevada Museum of Art, Glenbrook Club, and two Burger Me! restaurants in Reno and Truckee, California. Each uses only the best organic, local and seasonal ingredients. Estee is a 2013 James Beard Award finalist and is a familiar face in some of the nation’s most respected restaurants and culinary events and festivals.

Please visit www.facebook.com/HeritageWPH and www.twitter.com/HeritageWPH to keep up with daily updates on the restaurant.

A Nouveau Beaujolais Emerges on Riverside Dr.

Longstanding Local French Bistro Gets New Look, Feel and Location

After 11 years on West Street, it was time for an upgrade in scenery for the longtime French hotspot, Beaujolais Bistro. The restaurant’s new setting along the Truckee River in downtown Reno perfectly complements the historic French Bistro ambiance inside. Items on the menu will instantly transport diners to France – yet with a more approachable price tag.

Watch the culinary team at work through the window of the open kitchen, or the bustling Riverwalk goers just outside; both add a dynamic element to the dining experience.

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Wrapping around the kitchen, a new bar offers small plates that allow patron to enjoy Beaujolais’ enticing, everyday French fare more often than just on special occasions. The bar’s drinks are modernizations of the classic from the French cultures of New Orleans and the French Caribbean.

Beaujolais is now located at 753 Riverside Drive, and will be open Tuesday-Sunday for dinner beginning at 5pm, with small plates and drinks available in the bar and lounge areas at 4pm.

St. Patrick’s Day Meals and Deals!

http://www.irelandbyways.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/new-potatoes-with-green-garlic.jpgEveryone knows that St. Patrick’s Day is a great excuse to enjoy libations with buddies. BUT as any well-seasoned drink connoisseur knows, it is important to pair special St. Paddy’s beverages with savory delicacies. Chefs, cooks, and bartenders from Reno Tahoe casinos have been hard at work concocting scrumptious meals and tasty cocktails for you to enjoy this upcoming weekend! And if you are looking for some activities to keep you occupied this weekend, check out this past blog post!

Circus Circus- At the Americana Café enjoy a fine meal for any Leprechaun. The meal includes soup of the day—creamy cabbage and potato leek soup; 8 oz of corned beef with cabbage; broiled red potatoes with olive oil, garlic and rosemary. Per person, the meal is only $9.95.  Visit the Courtyard Buffet where the carving station will feature braised corned beef, cabbage and bacon, red potatoes with olive oil garlic and rosemary, while also topping it all off with the popular creamy cabbage and potato leek soup.

Visit any Circus Circus Reno bar for a Luck of the Irish Margarita, green in color and made with Jose Quervo Tequila. Or enjoy a Red Bull over the Rainbow made with Red Bull and Jose Quervo Tequila. Corona Cornitas are also on sale, $3 each. Be sure to score a prize on the Midway with your St. Patrick’s Day luck or even visit the casino floor to try your hand at winning $250,000 in our Money Train Swipe and Win promotion.

Click here for the Circus Circus dining website.

Silver Legacy- The Silver Legacy bars and restaurants will serve special Irish inspired drinks and cuisine from Friday, March 14 until Monday, March 17. Get a green draft beer for just $3 during Silver Legacy’s St. Paddy’s Week! Get a group together to celebrate with $4 “Lift My Kilt,” consisting of a shot of Bailey’s Irish Cream and Fireball whiskey or a $6 “Dirty Leprechaun,” made with Jameson and Bailey’s dropped into a half pint of Guinness. And then there’s a $6 “Kiss My Shamrock,” come on in and find out just what this drink is all about!

Head to Silver Legacy for special Irish dishes! At Sterling’s Seafood Steakhouse, enjoy beef and barley broth or Irish Pub salad followed by Gaelic Steak; a marinated rib eye, seared and topped with creamy tomato and Irish whiskey sauce with a side of Calcannon Potato and Medley of Root Vegetables for just $49.  Traditional Irish dishes are also being served at Café Central, Fresh Express and Flavor’s the Buffet, including corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes and more.  At Flavors the Buffet try the Irish lamb stew, fisherman’s pie and Irish cream cheesecake.

Click here for the Silver Legacy dining website.

Eldorado- Eldorado Hotel Casino and Millies 24 wish you a happy St. Patrick’s Day. On March 17, which just happens to be St. Patrick’s day, Millies at the Eldorado is serving corned beef piled high on braised cabbage with potatoes and soda bread. Then there is the choice of cheddar ale soup or a house salad. The meal includes a Guinness Stout chocolate cake with chocolate sauce for dessert. The entire meal is $12.99 a person and will be served from 11am to 11pm.

Click here for the Eldorado dining website.

JA Nugget-

Enjoy Irish food and drink specials and free live music! On March 17, enjoy $2 Jameson shots and $1 Coors Original & Coors Light in all non-restaurant bars at JA Nugget. Rosie’s Café will serve Corned Beef & Cabbage for dinner for just $9.95.

It’s the luckiest day of the year and the Nugget’s 59th anniversary! Get a free slice of anniversary cake with the purchase of any meal in Rosie’s Café, The Oyster Bar or the Rotisserie Buffet.

Click here for the JA Nugget dining website.

Atlantis Casino Resort-Enjoy your favorite Irish dishes at the Atlantis Restaurants. You can find Corned Beef and Cabbage in the Manhattan Deli and Purple Parrot. Toucan Charlie’s Buffet & Grille has Irish Bangers, Guinness Brats, Shepherd’s Pie, Boiled Potatoes, and more! Your favorite Irish beers, Guinness, Killian’s Irish Red & Harp Lager, are available casino wide for $5 each. Irish specialty cocktails are available at the bars for $8 each.

The Atlantis is also offering a 1 or 2 night dine and stay package. Book a room at the Atlantis receive free dinner to Toucan Charlie’s Buffet & Grille featuring all your Irish favorites. Click here for more on that offer.

Click here for the Atlantis dining website.

Don’t forget to check which of the bars are participating in the Leprechaun Crawl on Saturday night by going to Leprechauncrawl.com

Reno has the fastest growing co-op in the Nation

What grows faster, the business of a Reno-based food cooperative, or the fruits and veggies it provides? Only the member owners of the Great Basin Community Food Co-op know that for sure!

The GBCFC had a sales growth of 38% last year, which is four times what the national cooperative association considers healthy. The total profit was almost $2.5 million. There is no secret initiative or planning method, other than just providing locally-grown whole foods without the use of nutrition labels. The people who provide this food are called member owners, and they have watched the cooperative grow since its conception nearly nine years ago.

For a list of the Great Basin Community Food Co-op’s shopping guidelines, click here!

Not only does the co-op provide healthy eating options, but it also serves as a great location for many community events. From yoga to art class, Reno locals and visitors can enjoy a space that cherishes community as well as encourages creativity.

Click here for a list of upcoming events!

Ky Plaskon, Sierra Reporter, Capital Public Radio, 90.5

SUNDAY BRUNCH GETS A MAKEOVER AT THE NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART

Ten-year tradition continues to evolve with Chef Mark Estee’s chez louie

1488322_627210397314890_438319643_nchez louie, the newest offering from acclaimed Chef Mark Estee, takes Sunday brunch to a whole new level with its weekly Music Brunch at the Nevada Museum of Art. Every Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. patrons are invited to enjoy museum exhibits, live music and French-themed menu specials including bottomless Bloody Mary and Prosecco bars. A drink and dance lounge is also provided for guests, bringing new and modern elements to the Reno dining scene.

Music Brunch is a long-standing tradition at the Nevada Museum of Art and chez louie continues to build upon these efforts by showcasing a wide variety of musical talent paired withexquisite food creations.

“Reno is a very strong breakfast and brunch city, so we wanted to add chez louie into the mix,” said Estee. “We are making Sun-Day-Fun-Day come to life with live music, drinks and food.  The team at chez louie is having a lot of fun with Sunday Music Brunch!”

Upcoming musical artists include:

The Socks! March 23 & April 27
Jill Cohn March 9 & April 13
Colin Ross March 16 & April 20

For more information on chez louie visit www.chez-louie.com or visit the Facebook page.

Valentine’s Day Dining in Reno Tahoe

CoupleDrinkingWineIf you’re looking for that special restaurant or experience to make your Valentine’s Day more memorable this year, these offers from some of Reno Tahoe’s finest hotels and dining establishments are right up your alley!

Peppermill Resort and Casino

At the Peppermill, many of the restaurants are offering special one-night only Valentine’s Day menus, including Biscotti’s, Café Milano, CHI, Oceano and Romanza Ristorante. The Bimini Steakhouse is also offering a unique menu and has chosen special wines to accompany the various courses. All of the restaurants will also be serving their regular menus as well.

Eldorado Hotel and Casino

Guests at the Eldorado will find culinary passion on the menus at Roxy, La Strada and The Prime Rib Grill this Valentine’s day.

At the Eldorado’s award winning bistro, Roxy, guests can indulge in a divine three course Valentine’s Day menu featuring a main course of beef Wellington and Canadian lobster tail served with the baker’s potato and Béarnaise sauce. This indulgent culinary adventure is $60 per person with seating beginning at 5 p.m.

At the Eldorado’s signature restaurant, La Strada, a four course meal is served for $100 per couple. For the main course, diners will savor clams casino style crusted Hawaiian snapper with smashed potatoes and broccolini as well as roasted lamb loin with farro grain and butternut squash, drizzled with a pinot noir reduction.

Guests can treat themselves to a classic spread at The Prime Rib Grill this Valentine’s for just $50 per person. Chateaubriand and lobster is the featured entrée. Sliced Chateaubriand with port demi glace is served alongside a buttered half-lobster tail accompanied by truffled potatoes.

Silver Legacy Resort Casino

Enjoy fine, casual and intimate dining options and special pricing on the loveliest rooms in Reno for the perfect Valentine’s celebration! And celebrate Friday, Saturday and Sunday with strawberries for two! For just $9.95, enjoy a bottle of Korbel Chardonnay sparkling wine and strawberries for two in Drinx Lounge and Silver Baron Lounge.

Sterling’s Seafood and Steakhouse is offering a special Valentine’s Day menu, and the entrée includes Fresh Wild Pacifi­c Salmon Coulibiac filled with Lobster, Mushrooms, Spinach, Rice and Egg Wrapped in Flaky Puff Pastry, Baked till Golden Brown and Served with a Selection of Baby Vegetables and a Black Truffle Lobster Sauce.

J.A. Nugget

Join in on the festivities and celebrate Valentine’s Day at The Nugget!

There are special menus available at Restaurante Orozko, The Oyster Bar, Rosie’s Café and the Steakhouse Grill.

Restaurante Orozko is highlighting some very tasty seafood specialties, but also has their famous Salt Roasted Beef Prime Rib on the menu! The dinners range in price from $40 to $50 per person.

The Steakhouse Grill’s special menu features a choice of either Filet Mignon and King Crab Legs Duet or Roasted Maine Lobster Tail as entrees, and the cost is $60 per person.

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino

For a unique dining experience the Lone Eagle Grille located right on the north shore of Lake Tahoe is a wonderful place to share with your special valentine! Renowned throughout northern Nevada and California for its cuisine, the restaurant has put together a special three course meal for Valentine’s Day. Each course has a wine carefully chosen to accompany the different courses, and the entrée is Prosciutto Wrapped Veal Loin with Sunchoke Puree, Braised Swiss Chard and Espresso Demi-Glace.

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa invites romance on Friday, February 14, 2014 and offers four-course set menus guaranteed to define the love of food. At Atlantis Steakhouse, choose from a King Crab Crusted Chilean Sea Bass or American Kobe Beet Short Rib. Bistro Napa is serving a Wood-Fired Baquetta Sea Bass and Colossal Prawn dish, or up the romance by sharing a Chateaubriand for two!

Campo

The Valentine’s Day Menu (available February 13-16) features four courses at $80 (per couple) and includes pizza, pasta, entrée and dessert. For an additional $20 (per person), enjoy a wine pairing with each delectable course. Specialities on this menu include braised beef short ribs, seared scallop and a pizza topped with alfredo sauce, wild mushrooms, grana padano, hadoj paul farm egg and truffle oil.

Also, join Campo for the Valentine’s Day Wine Walk between 2pm and 5pm on Saturday, February 15 and receive an order of Spaghetti and a half carafe of Petite Syrah for $20. Post your best “Lady and the Tramp” picture on Facebook, tag Campo, and show your server to receive a free mini budino.

Chez Louie

This Valentine’s Day menu features five courses for $50 without wine pairings and $75 with wine pairings (per person). Four of the courses boast three choices including choices like Pacific oysters topped with ginger tigereye roe and mignonette gelee, cauliflower soup with crispy Parmesan and rack of lamb garnished with pommes anna, brocooli rabe and olive lamb jus. Available February 13-16.

The Countdown Ticks on Trader Dick’s

All good things must end, and the tropical sun will set soon on Trader Dick’s at JA Nugget. The restaurant will be open through February 8, 2014.

To make the Polynesian parting a sweeter sorrow, enjoy a farewell feast at Trader Dick’s from January 29 through February 8, 2014 at 25% off your entire bill. It’s also your last chance to enjoy Trader Dick’s specialty cocktails at 25% off and you get to keep the souvenir glass, while supplies last.TraderDicks

It’s been a delicious, rum-rich run for this legendary restaurant that opened in 1958 on the South side of B Street in Sparks, Nevada, across from the casino. Trader Dick’s opened at a time when World War II soldiers were returning home from the Pacific Theater with fond memories of hula girls and tiki culture.

The restaurant moved inside the casino in 1973 and was relocated to its current location in 1988. Tiki fans have traveled from all over the country to visit this historic Polynesian paradise that features traditional décor and a 5,000-gallon saltwater fish tank.

Trader Dick’s will be under construction beginning mid-February through mid-Spring to convert the space into a new country western-themed venue, called Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que. Gilley’s is set to open in late Spring of 2014. Click here to see The Nugget’s new plans!

Chez Louie eatery inside the Nevada Museum of Art

chez louie is a new French-inspired eatery located in the Nevada Museum of Art. It is fun, modern, and affordable bringing high-class cuisine to a comfortable, friendly, and truly unique setting. Gifted Tastemaker & Owner, Mark Estee complements the cultural fabric of the museum by highlighting seasonal ingredients and treating guests, volunteers, donors and members alike as family.chez louie

Hours of Operation

Wednesday – Friday – Saturday: 10am – 4pm (Perfect mid-week lunch portions!)

Thursday: 10am – 8pm (Museum and dinner date night, anyone?)

Sunday Brunch: 10am – 3pm (Hello, bottomless Bloody Mary and Prosecco bar!)

Closed: Monday – Tuesday

What foodies say on Yelp:

“…making a return visit to the museum sounds all the more enticing knowing that we could couple it with a good meal.” – Nate from Sacramento

“French onion soup and pear hazelnut salad for lunch.  The soup was the best French onion soup I have had in years.  Of course, I burnt the top of my mouth it was so hot, but it was too good to wait for it to cool.” – Earl from Reno

“Third restaurant in this location. This is the best so far. Very good food, smaller portions than a chain restaurant, yet it is an adequate serving size… I enjoyed my meal and will return. The place was packed yet we had great service.” – Linda from Reno

It’s a must-go!

New Year’s Dining Guide

Reno’s Casino Resorts always outdo themselves with elaborate and delicious New Year’s fare! Here is a selection of their unique offerings that will be sure to make the evening a memorable one.

Atlantis

Toucan Charlie’s Buffet & Grille
Enjoy the New Year’s Eve Steak & Seafood Spectacular Champagne Dinner, 3 pm – 9 pm. This special dinner will feature Bacon-Wrapped Filet, Steamed Snow Crab Legs, Lobster Ravioli and more! Reservations welcome for parties of 10 or more before noon and after 6 pm.

Atlantis Steakhouse
Dinner from 4 pm. Atlantis Steakhouse presents a Four-Course Prix-Fixe Dinner with a choice of Red Wine Braised Wagyu Shortribs, Serrano-Wrapped Chilean Sea Bass or Duet of Petite Filet Mignon & Maine Lobster Thermidor. In addition to our nightly menu. Reservations are recommended.

Bistro Napa
Dinner from 4 pm. Bistro Napa offers a Four-Course Prix-Fixe Dinner with your choice of Pan Roasted Arctic Char, Classic Beef Wellington or Five-Spice Roasted Maine Lobster. In addition to our nightly menu. Reservations are recommended.

Manhattan Deli
Lunch and dinner served from 11 am. Manhattan Deli offers a Three-Course Dinner featuring Prime Rib with Roasted Pepper & Squash Medley, in addition to our regular menu. Reservations are welcome for dinner.

Café Alfreso
Lunch and dinner served from 11 am. Café Alfresco features a Duet of New York Steak and Lobster Ravioli, in addition to our regular menu.

Purple Parrot
New Year’s Eve dinner served 11 am – 10 pm. Enjoy a Three-Course Prix-Fixe Dinner featuring Rib-Eye & Shrimp Scampi, in addition to the 24-hour menu.

Call 775.824.4411 for reservations.

John Ascuaga’s Nugget

New Year’s is a blast at John Ascuaga’s Nugget! All of our restaurants offer specially prepared New Year’s meals and the Celebrity Showroom turns into a big dance party with live entertainment. The party gets even bigger in the Casino, where there is a FREE champagne toast and countdown to midnight, complete with party favors.

Eldorado

Enjoy exquisite dining this New Year’s Eve at the Eldorado Hotel Casino! Delectable dishes are being created to make memorable meals at Roxy, La Strada and The Prime Rib Grill!

Roxy

Diners begin with their choice of spinach ricotta ravioli with lemon chive butter sauce, toasted pine nuts and shaved parmesan or lobster bisque accented with crème fraiche. For the main course, choose from New Year’s Eve surf and turf featuring bone in filet mignon with veal demi-glace and roasted garlic maître d’ butter alongside lobster tail thermidor with white cheddar duchess potato; or seared scallops with tiny potato pancakes and caviar beurre fondue. The meal ends with warm chocolate lava torte with espresso cream and almond brittle crunch. The three-course meal is just $50 per person from 5 p.m. to close.

La Strada

A special four course dinner is being served from 5 p.m. for $52 per person. Begin with Treviso radicchio and arugula salad with Caciocavallo cheese, roasted beets, candied walnuts and balsamic vinaigrette. Then guests will savor potato and pumpkin gnocchi with sausage meat sauce, shaved chestnuts and parmigiano as well as Prosecco wine risotto with lightly smoked ricotta cheese (made in house), peppercorns and toasted spices. Next, guests will be treated to pan seared scallop with toasted corn mashed potatoes and a dark cherry balsamic reduction plus roasted petite veal shank with roasted vegetables and veal au jus. For dessert, a caramel crusted marsala zabaglione semifreddo with chocolate sauce and Fleur de Sel.

Prime Rib Grill

The elegant and hearty three course meal begins with a trip to the famous soup and salad bar and a butcher’s board appetizer featuring country pâté, Thüringer, pork rillettes, pickled vegetables and house made crackers. Guests will then have a choice of prime rib with seasonal vegetables or roasted leg of lamb with pear honey and crispy shallots, both with choice of potato. The meal concludes with one of The Prime Rib Grill’s seasonal desserts all for just $28.95 starting at 5 p.m.

Grand Sierra Resort

New Year’s Eve Champagne Dinner at Elements Buffet

New Year’s Eve from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.|$22.99 adult / $14.99 child (10 & under)

Specials include: prime rib of beef, roasted turkey, honey-glazed ham, pork loin, crispy duck, pan-fried tilapia, spicy shrimp, lemon pepper crusted tri-tip, Korean-style short ribs, grilled chicken breast, grilled rib eye steaks, crab legs, shrimp, oyster and mussels on the half shell, an assortment of desserts and more.

New Year’s Eve Dinner at Grand Café

New Year’s Eve Prix-Fixe Menu from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.  $25.99 includes choice of soup/salad, entrée and dessert

Soup: Roasted Corn Chowder

Salad: Tossed greens with heirloom tomatoes, feta, dried apricots, herb focaccia croutons and champagne vinaigrette

Entrée: Petit filet mignon and 5 oz. lobster tail duet, served with au gratin potatoes and grilled vegetables

Dessert: Amaretto Crème Brûlée served with fresh berries

New Year’s Eve Dinner at Charlie Palmer Steak

New Year’s Eve Prix-Fixe Menu from 5:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.

First Course Selections $18

Lobster stuffed crepes

Lobster tomato pan sauce

Main Course Selections $55

Lobster crusted filet mignon served with sweat pearl onions, sweet truffle jus and crispy carrots

Dessert $7

Espresso chocolate bombe served with dark chocolate sauce

New Year’s Eve Dinner at Briscola

New Year’s Eve Prix-Fixe Menu from 5:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.

Appetizers $9

Beluga lentil soup

House-made sausages

Pasta Courses $18

Maine Lobster Ravioli served with cherry tomato and lemon pan sauce

Main Course $42

Surf and turf, grilled filet and roasted lobster tail served with mascarpone mashed potatoes and honey glazed potatoes

Dessert $7

Pandoro, Grand Marnier soaked pandoro cake served with house-made vanilla gelato

New Year’s Day

For New Year’s Day dining, check out these enticing choices at the Grand Sierra Resort!

Grand Sierra Resort

New Year’s Late Night Breakfast at Elements Buffet

New Year’s Day from 12 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.|$9.99 adult / $7.99 child (10 & under)

Specials include: prime rib of beef, Denver scrambled eggs, hickory smoked bacon and sausage, crepes, French toast and pancakes, lemon pepper crusted tri-tip, Korean-style short ribs, grilled chicken breast, grilled rib eye steaks, peel and eat shrimp and more.

New Year’s Day Champagne Bruch at Elements Buffet

New Year’s Eve from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.|$21.99 adult / $13.99 child (10 & under)

Specials include: prime rib of beef, roasted turkey, honey-glazed ham, Denver scrambled eggs, hickory-smoked bacon and sausage, crepes, French toast and pancakes, crispy duck, pan-fried tilapia, spicy shrimp, lemon pepper crusted tri-tip, Korean-style short ribs, grilled chicken breast, grilled rib eye steaks, crab legs, shrimp, oyster and mussels on the half shell, an assortment of desserts and more.

New Year’s Day Dinner at Charlie Palmer Steak

New Year’s Prix-Fixe Menu from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

First Course Selections $18

Lobster stuffed crepes

Lobster tomato pan sauce

Main Course Selections$55

Lobster crusted filet mignon served with sweat pearl onions, sweet truffle jus and crispy carrots

Dessert $7

Espresso chocolate bombe served with dark chocolate sauce

New Year’s Day Dinner at Briscola

New Year’s Prix Fixe Menu from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Appetizers $9

Beluga lentil soup

House-made sausages

Pasta Courses $18

Maine Lobster Ravioli served with cherry tomato and lemon pan sauce

Main Course $42

Surf and turf, grilled filet and roasted lobster tail served with mascarpone mashed potatoes and honey glazed potatoes

Dessert $7

Pandoro, Grand Marnier soaked pandoro cake served with house-made vanilla gelato