Priced at $40 per person, Executive Chef Talen Lancaster has created an exclusive three-course menu including an appetizer, entrée, and dessert.
The first course begins with a choice between French onion soup, made with caramelized onions, beef broth, gruyere and white truffle; or the restaurant’s signature beet salad made with roasted baby beets, creamy goat cheese, hazelnuts, hearts of palm and orange ash.
Entrée options include freshly grilled swordfish, topped with lemon and sauce verte, paired with a side of asparagus; a petit filet, topped with onion jam and bordelaise, served with a side of roasted marble potatoes; or roasted duck breast, topped with pepita granola and huckleberry jus, served with a side of roasted root vegetables and butternut squash.
Dessert options include crumbled carrot cake or chocolate banana bread pudding.
To accompany the meal, Therapy will offer a special on Veuve Clicquot champagne, priced at $15 by the glass, or $75 by the bottle.
Therapy offers progressive, yet approachable American cuisine and hand-crafted cocktails. The 4,100-square-foot American gastro-lounge features an expansive menu for sharing, as well as large plate selections, executed by Executive Chef Talen Lancaster. In fact, the innovative menu has received widespread attention including a feature on “Food Paradise” on the Travel Channel for the famous Red Velvet & Fried Chicken Waffles and Fried MacnCheese croquettes with bacon tomato jam and aioli sauce. Therapy is also featured in the Lip Smacking Foodie Tours.
Therapy features a menu highlighted by ingredient-driven selections such as the signature ‘In the Gnudi,’ a baked ricotta with truffle honey and fig jam, roasted almonds; ‘Devils on Horseback,’ bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with almonds and truffle goat cheese and topped with romesco sauce; the ‘Big Sexy Burger,’ loaded with Boston bibb lettuce, marinated tomato, brie and scallion mayonnaise; and a Kurobuta bone-in pork chop with grilled peach compote, mustard mash and pork jus; among others. Desserts will include a cast-iron s’mores, sorbet trio and carrot cake. Therapy’s menu is ideal for large groups, offering a menu combining shareable social plates and classic dishes with an urban twist.
Owned by Jared Weiss and the Sig Rogich family and developed by MotionCorp, Therapy’s design combines modern features with the original “bones” of the historic building, integrating the classic Las Vegas appeal of Downtown Las Vegas. An exposed ceiling reveals vaulted 26-foot-tall wooden barrel ceilings, the same height as the second level, 600-square-foot loft that overlooks the main dining room and bar. The 32-foot bar frames the main dining room and is host to more than 40 craft beers and 10 draft beers and an array of signature cocktails including mango and lychee frozen sangria, ‘Devil’s Eyes’ made with lucid absinthe and MB anisette with fresh mint; and the ‘Forget About It’ made with rum, fresh tropical juices and a hint of raspberry; among others. The architectural elements make Therapy an ideal location for large groups, offering tables that can seat anywhere from six to twenty guests.
Bring your family, friends or colleagues and sip, savor and share Therapy’s delicious offerings. The bar atmosphere expands as the night progresses, transforming into a chic lounge on weekend nights.
Therapy has become one of Downtown Las Vegas’ top dining destinations at 518 E. Fremont St. Located in the vibrant Fremont East Entertainment District between 6th St. and Las Vegas Blvd. More information may be found at www.therapylv.com, calling 702-912-1622 or following on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @Therapy_LV.