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Restaurant Week: A delicious excuse

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Step away from the stove and put down that grocery list. August 30 through September 5, you only need one excuse to ditch dinner at home and head out for a fabulous meal: Restaurant Week. This year, more than 80 of Las Vegas’ finest restaurants on and off the Strip (think Bradley Ogden, Mix and Sage) are offering prix fixe menus for $20.10, $30.10 and $50.10. Browse the menus at threesquare.org ($4-$6 per meal benefits Three Square), then use Restaurant Week as an opportunity to fine dine at prices well below the norm. Or, check out special events like Shibuya’s Japanese beer fest on September 2 or an in-kitchen burlesque show with hors d’oeuvres at L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon on August 31. However you approach it, a delicious week lies ahead.

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