Spoil that special someone at Carson Kitchen this Valentine’s Day with a prix fixe menu prepared by executive chef Matt Andrews from 5 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 14 (Pictured: Carson Kitchen’s Veal Meatballs – Photo credit: Peter Harasty).
The Valentine’s Day menu includes five courses, priced at $99 per couple, and will include seasonal selections as well as a number of classic dishes. The dinner will begin with devil’s eggs and killer shrimp appetizers, followed by the tempura green beans and classic veal meatballs. The third course will be the newly-introduced persimmon & pear salad. For the main course, diners may choose the cocoa-espresso New York strip steak or the steelhead trout with a side of the rainbow cauliflower. The menu will conclude with glazed donut bread pudding.
Carson Kitchen will also set the mood with one complimentary glass champagne per person. The restaurant’s regular menu will also be available for purchase.
Named “Neighborhood Restaurant of the Year” by Desert Companion magazine, Carson Kitchen is Chef Kerry Simon’s new American restaurant in partnership with hospitality veteran, Cory Harwell. The intimate restaurant is located inside the old John. E Carson Hotel at 124 South 6th St. in Downtown Las Vegas and features social plates, entrées, sandwiches and stone-oven flatbreads, in addition to small-batch wine and craft beers. Hours are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. for lunch and dinner.