Restaurant Week: Great food, good cause

Julian Serrano’s paella Valenciana, just one of the delicious offerings during Restaurant Week.
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Las Vegas Restaurant Week
February 27-March 4.
See participating restaurants and menus at helpoutdineoutlv.org.

I’ve done it at Sage with Shawn McClain. And there was a memorable night at Bellagio with Michael Mina. It always leaves me exhausted afterward, satisfied and basking in a luxurious sort of glow. I shouldn’t have had so much wine, I tell myself, but when the moment comes, I can’t help it.

Restaurant Week just does something to me.

And here it is again. The first-ever spring edition of Las Vegas Restaurant Week arrives February 27, bringing with it special multi-course menus from more than 70 Valley restaurants priced at $20.12, $30.12 and $50.12—with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Three Square Food Bank.

The hard part: deciding between Julian Serrano’s paella Valenciana, Nove’s ravioli and Blue Ribbon’s fried chicken. Maybe I’ll have all three. After all, why should a girl have to choose between her pleasures?

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