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Tasty Bites for June From the Venetian Resort Las Vegas

Pride, Father’s Day and National Steak Month


LAS VEGAS (May 17, 2022) – The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas is giving its guests plenty of reasons to celebrate the month of June with tasty bites for Pride Month, Father’s Day and everything in between.


The Venetian Resort was born from love and celebrates inclusivity and love for all— all year long. To recognize the LGBTQIA+ community and honor Pride Month, guests will find an array of treats from cakes to cocktails, special Pride-themed apparel and the resort tower signs will display the colors of the Pride flag on June 1.


Celebrate Pride all month-long starting June 1 at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer with a Vanilla Rainbow CrazyShake®. This must-share-on-Instagram vanilla shake features a vanilla frosted rim covered in Nerds, topped with a rainbow donut from the famous Las Vegas Donut Bar and garnished with a rainbow unicorn pop, sour rainbow gummy rope and whipped cream. A specialty Pride-themed cocktail will also be available. The best part? Sales of the cocktail benefit The Pride Tree to support the non-profit’s mission in providing LGBTQ+ youth in Las Vegas after school and summer programming.


Throughout June, the trio of bars known as The Cocktail Collective will be offering a special Pride Month cocktail at each venue.

  • The Dorsey Cocktail Bar will be serving up LOVE IS LOVE created by lead bartender Evan Hosaka. The main spirit is vodka with blanc vermouth, lemon, simple syrup, egg whites and strawberries.
  • Say YASSS, QUEEN! at Electra Cocktail Club. This royal cocktail, crafted by lead bartender Daniel Yang, combines rum, Aperol, orgeat, lime, Peychaud bitters and is served over crushed ice and garnished with a mint sprig and Pride flag.
  • Time to show your Pride with the SHOW YOUR TRUE COLORS cocktail by Lewis Caputa at Rosina Cocktail Lounge. This beverage is gin based with lemon, simple syrup, muddled berries, crushed ice and a rainbow sugar rim— served in a rocks glass and garnished with a Pride flag.


In honor of Pride Month, Bouchon Bakery is bringing back its Rainbow Cake. Pastry chef Nicholas Bonamico created the dessert in honor of the Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex marriage. The dessert has seven layers of multicolored almond cake with apricot and raspberry jams alternately layered between each color. A rich dark chocolate glaze covers the top and it’s finished with a glimmering luster dust. Bouchon Bakery’s Rainbow Cake is available by the slice or can be pre-ordered as a full cake.


Dessert and rainbows— it’s the only way to celebrate Pride Month. Carlo’s Bakery has crafted six layers of colorful, delicious cake. Each layer is separated by a generous amount of icing – available in vanilla, chocolate or strawberry. Rainbow sprinkles cover the entire outside of the cake for additional pops of color. This can be purchased by the slice or as a 6- or 10-inch cake.



Yardbird is beefing up its menu for Father’s Day with a 42 oz. tomahawk ribeye, roasted heirloom potatoes and shitake gravy, fish and chips with truffle parmesan fries, as well as a spiced double-cut lamb chop.


Celebrate dad with a Father’s Day dinner fit for a king at Majordōmo Meat & Fish by David Chang. Enjoy a three-course feast starting with beef and spot prawn tartare, followed by 16 oz. Wagyu chateaubriand and chocolate Tres leche for dessert. This special sharable menu is available June 17 – 19 for $118 per person.


CHICA is offering a three-course dinner for Father’s Day that’s sure to put a smile on dad’s face. The menu starts with smoked octopus carpaccio and is followed by a 10 oz. rib cap topped with crab meat and Huancaina sauce. For the finale, guests can choose from Tres leches or The Corn, a strawberry flan cheesecake with graham cracker, chili crumble and raspberry Tajin.



One of the most famous steakhouses in the United States, CUT offers a contemporary twist on the classic. The menu highlights various cuts of the finest beef from regions across the globe— cooked simply and presented beautifully.

Featuring everything from USDA Prime Nebraska corn-fed, 35-day dry-aged steaks to American Wagyu Beef from Snake River Farms, to an extensive array of Japanese Wagyu from different areas in Japan, there’s a cut of steak on the menu for everyone.

Pair the steak with a glass of wine from CUT’s carefully crafted wine list which offers a broad international list of more than 500 selections focusing mainly on wines from the United States, France, Italy, Spain and Australia.


Guests can celebrate National Steak Month any day of the year at Majordōmo Meat & Fish by David Chang with its custom trolleys and tableside steak presentations.

“The prime rib I love because it’s this whole tradition,” said David Chang. “This whole piece being wheeled out, being carved— and you’re just getting something that’s so tender. It has different pockets of flavor.”

The smoked, whole-plate short rib starts with a dry-aged Creekstone prime rib beef that’s cured for 24 hours in savory seasoned salt. Then, it’s smoked for five hours before being carved and plated tableside.

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