Includes a glass of house red or white wine.
Choice of Soup, House Salad or Caesar Salad
18 oz Blackened Prime Rib cajun smashed potatoes, onion rings
Red Velvet Chocolate Bomb
Reservations are recommended. Management reserves all rights.
The stakes are high when you take advantage of this promotion at Twin Creeks.
Upon ordering the restaurant’s signature Creekstone Farms Tomahawk, diners will be visited by the Stakes are High tableside cart, on which they will have an opportunity to roll three dice. Depending on the guest’s roll, the following prizes can be won:
Any die with a five: Guest will receive a free dessert
Three ones: 10 percent off Tomahawk entrée
Three twos: 20 percent off Tomahawk entrée
Three threes: 30 percent off Tomahawk entrée
Three fours: 40 percent off Tomahawk entrée
Three fives: 50 percent off Tomahawk entrée, and a free dessert
Three sixes: 100 percent off Tomahawk entrée
Learn more about the Stakes Are High promotion in our blog.
The “Stakes are High” program is available through 12.31.22, for diners at Twin Creeks Steakhouse who order the Creekstone Farms Tomahawk entrée. Upon ordering, one diner can roll three dice to potentially win a free dessert, or a percent discount on their Tomahawk entrée. Only one roll per Tomahawk entrée ordered. You must be 21+ to play. Management reserves all rights.
What’s hot at Silverton? Check out the Hot Plate Specials, made from scratch every weekday at Sundance Grill. The $13.99 special includes your choice of soup or salad and a mini ice cream sundae for dessert!
According to Executive Chef Ashley Archer, the Hot Plate Specials were chosen to supplement the Sundance menu with additional homestyle items. “We set out to feature items that were traditionally part of family meals — like Spaghetti and Meatballs on Wednesday, or fish on Fridays.”
For a taste of home, check out these Sundance Hot Plate specials:
Meatloaf – served with buttermilk mashed potatoes, grilled corn on the cob, and rosemary gravy
Fried Chicken – three pieces served with mac & cheese, stewed green beans
Spaghetti & Meatballs – served with garlic bread
Hamburger Steak – served with onion-mushroom gravy, white rice, and collard greens
Blackened Tilapia – served with Cajun cream sauce, Cajun rice pilaf, and fried okra
This is the fourth in a series of posts that feature “under the radar” menu items at Silverton’s Las Vegas restaurants.
Chef Jaimee Pepe has an entire menu of favorites at Twin Creeks, each with a unique story. But one of the most spectacular is the Grilled Caesar Salad, which has been described as a “masterpiece of flavors.”
The salad starts with hand-selected stalks of fresh romaine lettuce, which are lightly charred on the grilled to add a bit of smoky flavor. But that’s just the beginning. Smoked Parmesan cheese, which Chef smokes in her kitchen, is grated into a white balsamic vinaigrette, creating a dressing of contrasting flavors. The stalks are topped with charred avocado, white anchovies and a sweet-vinegary tomato tapenade. Forget about croutons — this salad is artfully sprinkled with a dust made from a homemade brioche.
“There is a creamy richness to all of this, with contrasting textures that hit all of your senses,” she said.
What is a tapenade?
Tapenade is a name for a spread, condiment and culinary ingredient consisting of puréed or finely chopped olives, capers, and anchovies. Although the word ‘tapenade’ comes from the French Provençal word for capers (‘tapenos’), today’s tapenades are more closely identified by their incorporation of olives. At Twin Creeks, the Grilled Caesars Salad includes a tomato tapenade, a sweet-vinegary addition to the salty and smoky notes of the salad.
This award-winning Las Vegas Steakhouse proudly serves 100% Certified Black Angus beef. The Prime-grade 16-ounce New York Strip is hand-cut in house and char-grilled on a Montague broiler, which Chef Jaimee Pepe calls the “Cadillac of the kitchen.” The beef can be finished with a choice of eight sauces and toppings, including a unique coffee crust, brandy peppercorn, or the classic French demi-glace. At 40 ounces, the colossal Creekstone Farms Tomahawk serves two, filling the table with lobster mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, black-truffle butter, and two scratch-made sauces.
This is the fifth in a series of posts that feature “under the radar” menu items at Silverton’s Las Vegas restaurants.
Las Vegas Mexican Food Chef Antonio Martinez of Mi Casa is especially fond of the restaurant’s dessert menu, which offers several unexpected items that give a modern twist to traditional desserts.
The Churro Puffs are made from scratch and filled with banana and passion fruit cream. “This brings the perfect fusion of tropical fruit to the traditional sweetness of churro,” he said. “It is also topped with fresh raspberries that have been filled with mango passion fruit jelly.”
A second item — the Flotador de Helado — is the chef’s take on an ice cream float, infused with Mexican coffee, vanilla ice cream and topped with coffee granita-sweetened condensed milk.
What is Mexican Coffee?
In Mexico, cinnamon and sugar are often incorporated right into the coffee brewing process, and not merely added to the drink after brewing. The result is a coffee drink that’s sweet, spicy, and decadent at the same time, giving you a one of a kind coffee experience in a single cup. This Mexican coffee adds a welcome perk to the sweetness of the Flotador de Helado at Mi Casa.
Not only has Mi Casa been named the best Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas by readers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, it also has gotten top honors for “The Best Taco in Las Vegas” and “The Best Margarita in Las Vegas.” With desserts like these, too bad there isn’t a category for “Best Mexican Desserts in Las Vegas.”