Triple George Grill Offers Five-Course Special with Orin Swift

Save room for the Banana Fosters Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding served with Muté⁠

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Award-winning restaurant Triple George Grill hosts a special five-course menu on Wednesday, March 16 featuring wines by renowned Napa Valley winemakers Orin Swift. Orin Swift is known for its high-end wines and mysterious labels, perhaps best known for launching The Prisoner. ⁠

⁠Special Menu

The wine alone is enticing enough but, as they tend to do, Triple George is going all out with a mouthwatering feast. The menu includes:⁠

• Seared Hawaiian Tuna Tataki served with Blank Star Sauvignon Blanc⁠

• Slow Roasted Crispy Kurobuto Pork Belly served with Mannequin Chardonnay⁠

• Smoked Salmon Roulade, served with Machete California Red Wine⁠

• New Zealand Lamb Chop & Beef Short Rib Duet, served with Palermo Cabernet Sauvignon⁠

• Banana Fosters Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding, served with Muté⁠


The special offering is priced at $125 per person; call 702-384-2761 to reserve your spot⁠.

Triple George Grill is located at 201 N. 3rd St. in Downtown Las Vegas.

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