Serendipity 3 restaurant at Caesars Palace celebrated its three-year anniversary on the Las Vegas Strip with cake for lucky guests on April 16, 2012.
Executive chef Michael Wolf could write a book, “How to Instantly Become the Most Popular Person in the Room.”
The popular restaurant marked the occasion with a proclamation from Mayor Carolyn Goodman (nothing in Vegas tends to happen without a proclamation from the mayor) and a new menu featuring three courses for, you guessed it, $33.33.
While Serendipity 3 is renowned for its desserts, the rest of its expansive menu is just as worthy of one’s attention. Big portions. Quality ingredients. Lots of comfort food, but with flair.
Your taste buds are about to get all made love up on.
The $33.33 anniversary menu features starters of Las Vegas chicken strips, Safe at Home Kobe Sliders or a mixed green salad. That’s followed by an entree, including the Orchard Salad served with a walnut vinaigrette, a classic cheeseburger with fries or the Monster Meatballs & Spaghetti.
In some cultures, exotic dancers are tipped in sliders. Probably.
The third, and sadly final, course includes the restaurant’s popular Frrrozen Hot Chocolate (see below), Oreo-infused Frrrozen Hot Chocolate or classic hot fudge sundae.
No, we did not fall asleep on our keyboard, it’s actually spelled “Frrrozen Hot Chocolate.”
Strolling outside Serendipity 3, next to the iconic fountains at Caesars Palace, we discovered a new addition to the landscaping: An herb garden.
Some of the foliage at Caesars Palace is now edible.
Talk about fresh!
Executive chef Michael Wolf says many of the herbs are those one might have found in Italy during Roman times (in keeping with the Roman theme of Caesars Palace). Aside from supplementing the restaurant’s supply of fresh seasonings, the garden will also serve as a public reminder that Serendipity 3 excels in the realm of savory dishes in addition to its killer desserts.
Basil is also known as “Saint Joseph’s Wort.” But since that sounds somewhat disgusting, let’s just stick with basil, cool?
Serendipity 3 is open at 8:00 a.m. each day, taking its last reservation at 11:00 p.m. (Sunday through Thursday) and midnight on weekends. Find out more.