TREVI, located inside the Forum Shops at Caesars, will offer a meal presented by Executive Chef Jose Navarro for Valentine’s Day.

TREVI Las Vegas
TREVI Las Vegas

The meal is Surf & Turf featuring grilled sirloin and roasted lobster tail, crispy potato cakes, fondant vegetables and a lobster-foie gras demi-glace, priced at $42.

TREVI Valentines Day Surf and Turf by Peter Harasty
TREVI Valentines Day Surf and Turf by Peter Harasty

TREVI will also feature festive Heart-Shaped Lobster Ravioli, served with asparagus and crispy onions and topped with a brown butter-sage sauce, priced at $28. The night will end of a sweet note with a Chocolate Passion Fruit Tart, served with pomegranate and whipped cream, and priced at $10.

TREVI Valentines Day Ravioli by Peter Harasty
TREVI Valentines Day Ravioli by Peter Harasty


Located in the heart of The Forum Shops at Caesars, one of the world’s premier shopping destinations, TREVI Italian Restaurant serves up authentic and approachable favorites from Executive Chef Jose Navarro daily for lunch and dinner.


Sure to fuel up a fun day of shopping or to enjoy dinner before a show, the restaurant is Las Vegas’ favorite spot in town for Italian fare. Named “Best Italian” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, TREVI’s specialties feature an array of brick oven fired pizzas, including a deep-dish lasagna and Italian sausage, as well as signature entrées and pasta selections such as chicken marsala, rigatoni Bolognese and more.

Don’t forget to indulge your sweet tooth with their house-made gelato, with a flavor for every occasion and season, made daily.

Looking for a place to relax and enjoy a fun happy hour? TREVI Time serves up half-priced appetizers and drink specials from 2pm to 6pm every Sunday through Friday.

With a private upper level and several banquet packages to choose from, your rehearsal dinner, corporate event or other special event extraordinary.

TREVI features:

  • An “outdoor” patio adjacent to the breathtaking ‘Fountain of the Gods’ at a three-way intersection of The Forum Shops.
  • An intimate dining room highlighted by an open kitchen and a custom 12-foot-tall chandelier.
  • Large party and group dining upstairs in a spacious mezzanine level overlooking the patio, the fountain and the surrounding plaza.
  • A 28-seat oval bar serving signature cocktails, beer and wine.
  • A walk-up gelato bar offering house-made flavors created fresh daily.

The restaurant is named after the Fontana di Trevi in Rome, one of the most famous fountains in the world. Legend holds that if visitors to the fountain throw a coin into the water, they are ensured a return trip to Rome. The staff believes the same is true here in Las Vegas: throw a coin into the ‘Fountain of the Gods’ and you’ll be sure to return!

Learn more on their website here.

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