Hundreds of Pricey Las Vegas Meals Deeply Discounted for Restaurant Week

Posted on: June 5, 2023, 12:31h. 

Last updated on: June 5, 2023, 12:47h.

Las Vegas’ annual Restaurant Week begins Monday, offering discounts and promotions at more than 200 food and drink establishments — the most ever, according to organizers — until June 16.

The chicken parmigiana at Allegro at Wynn Las Vegas is one of hundreds of main courses available for deep discounts during Restaurant Week, running today through June 16. (Image: Yelp)

Some participants offer unique discounts but typically, it’s a prix fixe menu of three courses for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner. The prices range from $20 to $80, with $4 to $6 from each sale earmarked for Three Square Food Bank, which feeds thousands of underserved Southern Nevadans. Last year’s donation was $200K, enough to provide 625K meals.

Among the participants on the Strip are:

Allegro (Wynn): For $80, enjoy a three-course meal with a main-course choice of Lobster Fra Diavolo, Grilled Wild Isles Salmon, or chicken parmigiana.

Alexxa’s (Paris): For $40, enjoy a three-course dinner highlighted by a choice of Rigatoni Alla Vodka, Alexxa Burger, pan-seared salmon, braised short rib, and chicken parmesan.

Amalfi by Bobby Flay (Caesars Palace): For $80, a four-course dinner is available featuring a choice of Pan-Roasted Branzino, Scialatielli, Orechiette, or 10 oz. filet mignon.

Balla Italian Soul (Sahara): On offer here are three courses of dinner for $80, featuring a choice of agnolotti or casarecce.

Flanker Kitchen & Sports Bar (Mandalay Bay): Opening only this week, near the walkway to Allegiant Stadium, this casual chain is offering a three-course dinner featuring Steak & Fries or Fish & Chips for $40.

Gordon Ramsey Burger (Planet Hollywood): A three-course meal centered on a choice of three burgers or a Bloody Mary Dawg will run $40.

Momofuku (Cosmopolitan): Four courses of lunch featuring a choice of pork belly or mushroom buns and shoyu pork or mushroom ramens costs $40.

Sushi Roku (Forum Shops at Caesars Palace): For $80, diners get a three-course dinner featuring Filet Mignon “Japonais” or an assortment of tuna, yellowtail, salmon, albacore, fluke, shrimp, and California roll sushi.

Villa Azur (Venetian): A four-course dinner featuring a choice of lemon fettuccini or spaghetti Alla Chitarra, and Bronzino Filet or half-roasted chicken costs $60.

¡Viva! By Ray Garcia (Resorts World): A four-course meal featuring Pollo Al Caramelo and a choice from three tacos is available for $50.

For a full list of participating restaurants, and to place reservations, visit