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Five Strip dishes to aim for during Restaurant Week

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Get some warm butter cake into your life.

crispy fried young chicken at delmonico steakhouse

Served with warm black-eyed pea salad and spicy Creole tomato glaze, this lovely bird is the obvious entrée choice on the Venetian steakhouse’s Restaurant Week three-course lunch menu ($30).

veal medallions at eiffel tower

RW is the perfect time to play tourist at the iconic Paris Las Vegas fine dining room, and the $80 dinner menu includes this updated version of one of Eiffel Tower’s signatures, served with asparagus, royal trumpet mushrooms and potato tuile.

warm butter cake at mastro's ocean club

Of course the $80 dinner menu at this California classic inside the Shops at Crystals offers more than dessert, but this insanely rich, ethereal cake-cloud might be the bite you’ll remember best.

spring pea pasta at rose. rabbit. lie.

The Cosmopolitan’s flashy, theatrical venue is still busting out mind-blowing dishes, and this tonarelli with Alaskan King crab, mint and lemon is the highlight of a $50 RW menu.

chashu duck hotpot at zuma

How much great food lives at Cosmo? A lot. Take advantage of this special $80 menu to sample the goods at new izakaya Zuma, and once you get your sushi fix, move on to this meaty masterpiece.

Las Vegas Restaurant Week June 19-30, browse restaurants & menus at helpoutdineoutlv.org.

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