Red Square Las Vegas Reviews
VODKA HEAVEN!!!! Oct 25, 2008
Those who know me, I AM LOVE VODKA, PREFERABLY GREY GOOSE. every vodka connoisseur REQUIRES to eat/social/drink here. i have been here many times. i try to taste unusual vodkas from all over. i have tired vodkas from japan, Korea, France (of course :P), NL, Poland, Ukraine, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Greenland and of course Russia :)
they had an extended list of vodkas. don't waste your money with vodkas you can buy in the USA in liquor stores. i have not tried the food yet. however, the menu is quite tempting. i love would love to have foie gras with my vodka.
it is very busy here. i would reserve if you want to dine here. the bar is always open. you can sit at the bar or the community table to social. there are also other drinks you can order, martini's, infused vodkas, and others. it is not just vodkas. SORRY NO "HAPPY HOUR" deals and it opens at 5pm.
HERE IS A SAMPLE OF THEIR MENU:
Seared Foie Gras, Baked Apples and French Toast
Roquefort Filet Mignon
Hazelnut Crusted Australian Rack of Lamb
Blackened Ahi Tuna
Pan Roasted Duck Breast and Fennel Spiced Duck Confit
New York Strip Steak
the chocolate cake
warm flourless chocolate cake, vanilla-bourbon ice cream, strawberry-infused melba
chocolate ice cream cookie, chocolate mousse, chocolate tiramisu
bananas foster cheesecake
banana cheesecake, toasted coconut ice cream, caramelized bananas, caramel-rum chocolate sauce
"absolut" ely lemon
lemon cream cake with white chocolate ganache, lemon chiffon meringue, lemon zest sorbet, citron-infused absolut vodka drizzle
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Russian Swank at Red Square May 21, 2008
Russian might not be the first thing people think of in Las Vegas cuisine, but Red Square is a must-dine. Dark, romantic tables are surrounded by Russian posters and heavy drapery creating a hip and upscale dining area. The menu offers modern takes on traditional Russian and international dishes (particularly good were the duck and the beef stroganoff). The must-see however is the bar, which has been featured in various travel magazines (and is even rated highly by Playboy). In addition of having an extremely extensive vodka list (over 200 kinds), Red Square features a unique icebar and vodka vault.
The bar can get busy in the evenings as Mandalay Bay has become increasingly popular, but the restaurant likely only needs reservations on weekends.