Where To Celebrate Easter In Las Vegas

Easter Sunday is fast approaching, and there are many ways to celebrate the event across the valley.

Redwood Steakhouse at California Hotel and Casino

-Sunday, April 9 | 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
-Fine dining restaurant Redwood Steakhouse will offer a can’t-be-missed, three-course experience for $75 per person. 
-The meal will begin with a shaved fennel salad with grilled fennel, toasted almonds, blistered tomatoes, and lemon vinaigrette. The main entrée features a 14 oz. Ossobuco with braised root vegetables and pan sauce. A fruit tart comprised of a pine nut crust, chocolate pastry cream, and sugared berries will be served for dessert.

Cornerstone at Gold Coast Hotel and Casino
-Sunday, April 9 | 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
-Hop on over to the classic American steakhouse, Cornerstone, for a great dining experience from start to finish. 
-Nosh on your choice of Caesar, house salad or Soup Du Jour to start, followed by braised lamb shank or red snapper fra diavolo served over rice pilaf for your main course. 
-Finish off the meal with carrot cake for $48 per person.

Alder & Birch at The Orleans Hotel and Casino
-Sunday, April 9 | 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
-Join Alder & Birch for a specialty three-course meal for $50 per person on Easter Sunday. 
-Enjoy a Caesar salad served in a parmesan basket to start, followed by herb-crusted Alaskan halibut wrapped in prosciutto and served over black truffle lobster polenta and spinach Florentine. 
-Complete the meal with a decadent petit four sampler with layers of buttercream frosting.

Town Square Las Vegas

-Town Square Las Vegas will be hosting several events leading up to the Easter holiday on Sunday, April 9.
-Egg hunt: April 8 from 10 am to 5 pm (please bring your own container)
-Easter Bunny photos: March 11 through April 8 (times vary, visit mytownsquarelasvegas.com for details)
-Easter storybook adventure shows: April 1 from 11 am to noon & 1 pm to 2 pm)

'Bunny Express' train

-A new 'Bunny Train' adventure is making its way into Boulder City, allowing kids to interact fully with the Easter Bunny himself.
-Once aboard, guests can enjoy a 30-minute train ride with story time, where they will later spend 45 minutes exploring the railyard event center, which will have activities like a photo opportunity with the Bunny, food, and games.
-The event is held at Nevada State Railroad Museum-Boulder City, 601 Yucca Street, Boulder City, NV 89005.
-Tickets must be purchased in advance and range from $30 to $50 for adults or $25 to $45 for children ages one to eleven, and free for kids under one.
-Guests are urged to arrive at least 30 minutes before departure time.

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