The Orleans Hotel and Casino has become a very attractive and affordable place to stay, play and dine in Las Vegas. The newly opened Bailiwick is a gastropub that is fun, interactive with pool tables for those who enjoy friendly competition.
Have a pint or cocktail and enjoy live bands as well as tap takeovers from many of your favorite breweries. Bailiwick’s social hour with bite-sized dishes, specialty cocktails, and 40 beers on draft is the ideal place to spend a late afternoon and into the evening.
Alder & Birch has been a favorite from its inception. Renowned Justin Vineyards featured specially-selected wines paired with a mouthwatering four-course dinner menu that we could not resist.
The dinner certainly got off on the right foot when a delightful shrimp, oyster and cold lobster medallion dish arrived at our table with a Justin Sauvignon Blanc to add to the experience,
From the sea we went to the earth with a rich portabella mushroom napoleon, grilled vegetables, goat cheese, orange and tomato salsa and truffle oil that paired exquisitely with the Justin Cabernet Sauvignon.
Our final main course was a gastronomic combination of pleasing flavors. Tournedos featuring center-cut medallions of beef tenderloin, roasted bone marrow with foie gras butter, vegetable bundle, garlic crostini and chimichurri were an exemplary combination with the robust Justin Savant Red Blend.
You can never forget the cannolis. Guests finished in grand style with traditional miniature cannolis served on a cannoli cake with raspberry and crème anglaise sauces, mixed berries and Chantilly. These decadent delights married impeccably with full bodied Justin Chardonnay.
Boyd Gaming is raising the bar with renovations and additions within their properties. What’s happening at The Orleans Hotel and Casino is just a small sample of surprising upgrades.
Guests can trust that good things have just begun and Boyd gaming is going forward to greater changes with more venues, specialty dinners, entertainment and gaming.