- Open: Sunday - Thursday: 4:30 pm - 10:00 pm;
Friday - Saturday: 4:30 pm - 12:00 am
- Price: $$$$
- Cuisine: American
- Location: 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, NV 89119
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Red Square Las Vegas
If there's one truth about Las Vegas restaurants, it's that there is such a variety of places to eat that sometimes the choices can be overwhelming. Take, for instance, Red Square. As the name suggests, its a Russian-themed restaurant. Go to any other city in the country and ask for a Russian-themed restaurant and you will either be taken to some stingy hole in the wall or be looked at oddly. Vegas' options for dining out are plentiful, so it's best to know what you're getting before you go in. Red Square is one of the more unique eateries on the Strip. From the large, headless statue of Joseph Stalin out front to the unique delicacies on the menu, there's no doubt that you won't remember your experience at this Mandalay Bay restaurant.
You don't normally turn to the front page of a menu and find yourself faced with a long list of caviars, but at Red Square, that's precisely what you get. Refined palates will enjoy the large selection available to them, like the special reserve beluga caviar, salmon roe, and smoked trout roe. If you want a taste of a variety of caviars, you can dive into the connoisseur trio, which serves up reserve beluga, golden osetra, and Siberian sturgeon.
Beyond caviar, Red Square offers a large menu of somewhat familiar and mostly unique starters, entrees, and salads. To start your meal, you can order a plate of tuna tartare, meatballs, oysters, mini lobster tacos, salmon pizza, kobe beef sliders, or Siberian nachos, topped with smoked salmon, caviar, and crispy potato gaufrette. You can follow your starter with a cezar or goat cheese salad, the former being a take on the classic caesar salad.
Entrees at Red Square are both unique and familiar, with the chefs throwing in their own ingredients where it fits. Take, for instance, the chicken kiev. Nowhere else on the Strip will you find chicken kiev crusted with lays potato chips. or the stuffed Maine lobster, stuffed with Ritz crackers, shrimp and crab. It's these little additions that separate Red Square from any other Las Vegas eatery. Other flavorful entrees, less doctored up by the chef, include the filet mignon, grilled salmon, and, of course, a beef stroganoff. Each entree can be served with smoked mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, brussels sprouts, or a mini baked potato.
What truly makes Red Square unique are two little facts. One, the vodka infusions are created by master mixologists from The Light Group, a rather well known company that is responsible for many of Sin City's nightclubs. Second, you remember that headless statue of Stalin we mentioned? The head is located, on ice, in one of the restaurants stock rooms. Will that knowledge amplify your meal? No, but at least you have a cool talking point to keep the conversation flowing between you and your guests.