March Madness deals at the Venetian and The Palazzo
March 01, 2016 3:01 AM
by Staff & Wire Reports
The most famous college basketball tournament kicks off March 15 and The Venetian and The Palazzo have several places to watch the NCAA tournament.
Chef Emeril Lagasse's kicked-up menu and the venue's 9 foot x 16 foot main screen (and more than 100 other screens), makes Lagasse's Stadium the perfect place to watch March Madness. This menu is a slam dunk:
Tomahawk bone-In 32 oz. ribeye with mashed potatoes $82
Surf 'n' turf tomahawk bone-In 32 oz. ribeye with mashed potatoes, grilled shrimp with garlic herb butter $92
Chilled Alaskan king crab legs with clarified butter & our kicked up cocktail sauce per lb. $65
Truffle jumbo lump crabmeat & shrimp tossed in linguini $42
Salmon carpaccio with ponzu vinaigrette, diced jalapeño & tomato salsa $15
Table 10 is getting in the spirit of March Madness with an extensive selection of bourbon, scotches and whiskies, including Pappy van Winkle. The snack bar will feature a daily rotation selection of innovative dishes using the freshest local and unique ingredients available that day.
Public House is a beer lover's paradise with more than 200 selections, including 24 on tap and three seasonal cask beers from artisanal cask brewers and a beer-inspired menu. Fans will score on March Madness with this special menu:
Bracket Buster Platter $22, *$30 with 2 regular draft beers
Potato skins, stuffed with porter-braised short rib, gruyere cheese, bleu cheese fondue, crispy shallots (2pc)
Beer-brined chicken wings, Calabrian chili glaze, gorgonzola dip (6pc)
Chips n Dip - House-made kettle chips, truffle-sweet onion dip
March Mayhem will be in full swing at Rockhouse, located in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo. From Thursday, March 17 through Sunday, March 20, the restaurant is offering both half-day and full-day premium open bar packages to fans. Sports lovers will enjoy an open bar with access to Rockhouse's revamped selection of craft beers in addition to wines and spirits plus game-day favorites like jalapeño poppers, fried pickles and Philly cheese steak sliders. With more than 80 HDTVs, you'll never miss a shot. Half-day tickets (8 a.m. - 4 p.m. or 4 p.m. - close) are $125, and full-day tickets are $200. Guests can purchase tickets at: http://events.therockhousebar.com/
ST. PATRICKS DAY
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at Table 10 with green beer specials all day, March 17.
You don't have to be Irish to enjoy Public House's traditional St. Patrick's Day menu:
Corned beef and cabbage, beer-braised with baby carrots, pee wee potatoes and an IPA-grain mustard sauce - $26
12oz draft green beer - $3
12oz Guinness draught - $4
Irish car bombs - $4
MINUS5 ICE BAR
Celebrate the luck of the Irish at Minus5 Ice Bar this St. Patrick’s Day! In honor of this special shamrock-inspired holiday, guests are invited to go green at the “coolest” bar in Las Vegas (located inside The Shoppes at Mandalay Place and Monte Carlo). With purchase of entry, all guests 21 years of age or older wearing green on St. Paddy's Day will receive a complimentary house shot to commemorate the occasion.