Food and drinks in Las Vegas: Golden Tiki, Charlie Palmer Steak

Golden tiki

The Golden Tiki, 3939 Spring Mountain Road, will celebrate Don the Beachcomber’s third birthday on Monday at 6pm. Don, who was born Ernest Gantt and later left Donn Beach, is widely regarded as the father of Tiki culture. Guest bartenders will pay tribute to him with a range of his $ 10 classics and there will be live entertainment. Guests are requested to wear tiki clothing.

Global Steak Series

Japan will be the next destination in the Global Steak Pairing Dinner Series at Charlie Palmer Steak at the Four Seasons. The multi-course dinner, which takes place on Friday at 6 p.m., includes an appetizer of A5 Miyazaki Wagyu Strip and Kurobuta Pork Short Rib. Tickets are $ 99 at

Try and learn

Tuscan winery Antinori will be the focus of the next session in the Taste & Learn series at Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar, 4480 Paradise Road. Small bites, including beet and raspberry wild tartare, beef cheeks, and braised oxtail, start at 5pm on Saturday and cost $ 75. Call 702-364-5300 for reservations.

Free baklava

Bok Bok Chicken, which has five locations in southern Nevada, will celebrate National Pistachio Day on Wednesday with free baklava with the purchase of a main course for dinner only.

Breakfast menu

The Bardot Brasserie at Aria serves breakfast from 8 a.m. on weekend mornings. The menu includes dishes such as a French omelette filled with Gruyere, a scrambled Maine lobster egg with raclette cheese and mushrooms, and the Hunter’s Waffle, which is topped with glazed duck confit, maltaise sauce and two poached eggs. Brunch starts at 9:30 a.m. on the weekend.

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