Panevino will provide the perfect setting for romance this Valentine’s Day with delectable dining, an alluring ambiance and traditional Italian hospitality.
On Saturday, Feb. 14, guests may enjoy Panevino’s signature Italian fare or a selection of Chef Mario Andreoni’s special menu items such as creamy, homemade lobster bisque or Alaskan king crab salad on a bed of arugula, heirloom tomatoes, artichokes and roasted red bell peppers. Entrées will include fresh tagliatelle and lobster with peas in a creamy vodka-tomato sauce and grilled New York Strip and Gorgonzola served on a bed of roasted Yukon gold potatoes and grilled asparagus.
Signature menu items include pan-seared sea scallops drizzled with basil aioli, sautéed shrimp and scallop risotto, creamy vegan ricotta and spinach gnocchi, Chilean sea bass dusted with bread crumbs in a white wine-lemon sauce and veal ossobuco in a red wine sauce.
Guests may also enjoy Panevino’s specialty cocktail, Valentino’s Passion, designed to delight the taste buds with a romantic fusion of vodka, Chambord, peach schnapps, pineapple and cranberry juice.
Panevino is accepting reservations online or by phone at 702.222.2400.
About Panevino Restaurant
Panevino is the most distinctive off-Strip, Las Vegas destination restaurant. With unrivaled views of the Las Vegas Strip, framed by slanted window walls, Panevino sustains the elusive and sexy vibe of classic Las Vegas dining. The menu appeals to those seeking authentic, traditional Italian cuisine and international favorites, all presented with innovative flavors and ambience. Panevino is located at 246 Via Antonio Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89119 (on Sunset Road one block east of Las Vegas Boulevard in the Marnell Corporate Center).
While the European folk traditions connected with Saint Valentine and St. Valentine’s Day have become marginalized by the modern Anglo-American customs connecting the day with romantic love, there are some remaining associations connecting the saint with the advent of spring.
While the custom of sending cards, flowers, chocolates and other gifts originated in the UK, Valentine’s Day still remains connected with various regional customs in England. In Norfolk, a character called ‘Jack’ Valentine knocks on the rear door of houses leaving sweets and presents for children. Although he was leaving treats, many children were scared of this mystical person.