Guests at the Eldorado and Silver Legacy will find culinary passion on the menus at Roxy, La Strada, Sterling’s, Café Central and Pearl Oyster Bar and Grill this Valentine’s Day.
At the Eldorado’s award-winning bistro, Roxy, guests can indulge in a three-course dinner that begins with a glass of Domaine Carneros Brut Rosé NV and an arugula salad with smoked lobster catalana and a white polenta crisp. The entrée is a classic surf and turf featuring a 7 oz. filet with a BBQ béarnaise and lemon grass scallop skewer, smoked pancetta crisp, parsnip puree and winter asparagus served with a glass of Ferrari-Carano Cabernet Sauvignon, 2013. For dessert, a decadent Tazza di Café chiffon cake layered with tiramisu, vanilla bean whipped cream and berry coulis accompanied by Ferrari-Carano Eldorado Noir, 2013. This exquisite meal is available for $70 per person or $100 per person with the wine selections.
The sixteen-time Wine Spectator Award of Excellence winner, Sterling’s Seafood Steakhouse, will prepare a five-course meal for $110 per couple that begins with an Atlantic Blue Point Oyster amuse served with a cucumber cup, cilantro aioli and domestic caviar followed by a mini strawberry steak with sautéed spinach, white truffle oil mashed potato, fresh strawberries and balsamic reduction appetizer. Couples will then have the choice of a hearts of romaine Caesar with parmesan chips and fresh baked croutons or tomato basil bisque with asiago herb grissini. For the entrée, an exquisite chateaubriand and lobster for two will be served tableside and includes an 18 oz. tenderloin of beef and two 4 oz. lobster tails with a mélange of vegetables and choice of potato. For dessert, the Lover’s Bar with raspberry mousse and mango champagne gelée covered in white velvet white chocolate sauce with pink champagne will complete the meal.
La Strada inside the Eldorado will serve a special San Valentino dinner crafted by the restaurant’s new Chef, Massimo Riggio, for $110 per couple. The four-course meal includes an antipasto of in-house cold smoked salmon “mimosa” – an inventive dish of purple potatoes aioli with white asparagus spears and amaranth grain crisps followed by a primi piatti (first course) that entails both king crab crepes with crab Cioppino bisque and chicken cacciatora tortelli with braising jus and parmigiano reggiano. For secondi piatti (second course), both a black olive crusted walleye fillet with roasted roma tomato and fennel salsa and cream of Yukon gold potatoes and a pan-roasted antelope loin with seared cantaloupe and port wine reduction will be served. Dolce (dessert) is a chocolate cannoli with dulcey chocolate mousse, raspberry gelée and pistachios.
For a more relaxed, casual meal, lovers can also enjoy special menus at Café Central or Pearl Oyster Bar and Grill. At Café Central, a three course meal will include choice of spinach salad or tomato bisque, filet mignon Oscar with asparagus, crab, hollandaise, roasted shallot whipped potatoes and fresh vegetable, finished with a chocolate mousse dessert with vanilla cremeux and ganache and chocolate Chambord coulis. This complete meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. for $27.95 per person. Pearl’s menu also includes a choice of spinach salad or tomato bisque, lobster ravioli with white wine, garlic, tomato concasse and sweet basil, and for dessert, a mango passion fruit crème aux with white chocolate coconut crunch and chiffon cake and mango and strawberry coulis. This meal will be available for $22.95 per person.