Tasty Week: Dinner Specials at Blue Ribbon Sushi and Burnt Offerings

Where to eat and drink around Las Vegas this week

By Melinda Sheckells

(Editor’s Note: Tasty Tuesday airs on KTNV Channel 13 on Tuesdays at 11:20 a.m.)

This week, everyday is Tasty Tuesday as its Restaurant Week across the Valley and delicious places to eat are offering affordable menus menus from a westside favorite for premium sushi Blue Ribbon and the all woman owned business Burnt Offerings.

This week, everyday is “Tasty” thanks to Three Square’s annual Restaurant Week, which features dozens of Las Vegas restaurant where you can dine and support the fight against hunger in our community. Everyday this week we are featuring two local restaurants, offering Restaurant Week menus that range in price from $20 to $80—now through June 18.

Now in its 14th year, the annual 12-day event, held every spring, encourages people to dine out for a good meal, a good value and a good cause. Las Vegas restaurants offer three-course prix fixe menus, donating a small portion of proceeds to Three Square Food Bank. By dining out, you are helping Three Square reach its goal of feeding hungry families and individuals in Southern Nevada.

Check out these two delicious eateries—Blue Ribbon and Burnt Offerings.

Blue Ribbon at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa offers a prix-fixe menu featuring a selection of starters such as Miso Soup, various dishes such as the Yellowtail, Tuna, and Salmon Sashimi; or Fried Chicken “Blue Ribbon Style” with wasabi honey, and Ginger Bread Pudding with Ginger ice cream for dessert. Select one dish from each section to create the perfect four course meal for $50 per person. The dinner special is available for dine-in, takeout or patio dining.

The Dinner Menu:

First Course Choices:

Miso Soup
Tofu, Wakame & Scallion

Sea Salt

Second Course Choices: 

Yellowtail, Tuna & Salmon Sashimi

Ebi Tempura Roll
Fried Shrimp, Radish Sprouts and Avocado

House Salad
Avocado, Carrot and Ginger Dressing 

Third Course Choices:

Sushi Platter
7 Pieces of Sushi & 1 Roll

Fried Chicken Blue Ribbon Style
Wasabi Honey

Seared Pacific King Salmon
Broccolini & Teriyaki Sauce

Oxtail Fried Rice
Daikon, Shiitake & Bone Marrow

Fourth Course:

Ginger Bread Pudding
Ginger Ice Cream

Burnt Offerings

An original, foodie-conscious concept owned and operated by Alexandra Emtsova, a 10-year luxury industry veteran and serial entrepreneur, Burnt Offerings offers the Las Vegas community a unique, fun and highly creative Kosher menu, designed to pique curiosity and satisfy the senses. With the use of high quality ingredients, knowledge of the traditional, and the creativity to progress and evolve Kosher cuisine, Burnt Offerings aims to revive, rejuvenate, and re-imagine the possibilities of Kosher food, while infusing the fundamentals, and paying homage to the cuisine’s origins. The dinner special is priced at $40 per person and is available for dine-in or takeout.

The Dinner Menu:

First Course:

Spinach Puffs
Spinach, “Cream Cheese”, Beef Bacon, Onions in Puff Pastry

Second Course:

Chicken Alfredo
Served with Pappardelle Pasta and Succulent Green Peas

Third Course:

Lemon Tart

Keep an eye on Off the Strip this week to stay up-to-date on dining specials that help support a good cause.

Follow @offthestrip and @melindasheckells for more dining and restaurant news.

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