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Upgrade your post-party meal with four courses at Ferraro’s

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Ferraro’s tastes good any time of day.
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Ferraro’s has been offering some of the tastiest late-night snacks in the city for years now, taking advantage of the just-off-Strip location where it moved eight years ago. But now this classic Vegas kitchen has taken it a step further.

The popular Mezzanotte menu can now be enjoyed in the lounge and on the patio as a four-course, $25 prix fixe starting at 11 p.m. Choose from four appetizers, two pastas and three entrées created by executive chef Francesco Di Caudo, with options ranging from burrata with roasted carrots and almond-sorrel pesto to tripe in spicy tomato broth.

The go-to starter has to be the fried quail lollipops with guanciale, spicy black fig marmalade and sweet potato sauce, a chicken wing-esque flavor bomb that will hit the spot after a night of partying. So will simple dishes of fettuccine with pomodoro or spaghetti with olive oil, garlic, Calabrese pepper and Parmigiano Reggiano, and grilled salmon with lemon-caper sauce is a deliciously guilt-free late-night bite. Don’t worry, moderate indulgence is the finishing move, thanks to a sweet tiramisu-cannoli duo.

It’s time to refine your afterhours nosh, and Ferraro’s has the right recipe.

Ferraro's 4480 Paradise Road, 702-364-5300. Mezzanotte menu served daily, 11 p.m.-2 a.m.

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