LAS VEGAS, NV - Chefs, restaurateurs and those in the Las Vegas food service industry: Three Square Food Bank is announcing the dates for the highly anticipated Las Vegas Restaurant Week this summer – June 5-16, 2023.
Restaurant owners, chefs and food service businesses interested in participating can sign up now by contacting the Las Vegas Restaurant Week team at 702.909.5519 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 12-day event gives Southern Nevada’s restaurants the opportunity to showcase their venues and menus through the culinary arts, while also inviting the public to enjoy their favorite restaurants or try new spots – all while giving back to food-insecure residents across the valley.
“Las Vegas Restaurant Week is one of our favorite times of the year because not only do we get to celebrate the valley’s amazing food and beverage industry and the generous people within it, we’re also able to help the hundreds of thousands of Southern Nevadans who are food-insecure,” said Three Square Interim President and CEO Michelle Beck. “It may seem early, but we encourage restaurants and foodservice businesses to sign up now for this one-of-a-kind philanthropic event.”
During Las Vegas Restaurant Week, participating restaurants across the valley develop prix fixe menus – some offering breakfast, brunch, lunch and/or dinner – at price points ranging from $20 to $80. A fixed portion of the meal’s cost will directly support Three Square and the one in seven Southern Nevadans who are food insecure. Foodservice businesses are also encouraged to participate by offering special promotions, with a fixed portion of proceeds donated to Three Square.
Approximately two weeks before Las Vegas Restaurant Week begins, the mobile-friendly website, RestaurantWeekLV.org, will launch, providing a list of participating restaurants and their menus.
Last year, in addition to a record number of 78 first-time restaurant participants, funds donated during Las Vegas Restaurant Week provided more than 625,000 meals to the more than 341,000 valley residents struggling with hunger. Since 2007, more than 5.5 million meals have been provided for those in need through the event.