Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 1, 2003 · Page 361
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S8WWS is. tig liv 'tSh f'B'"lS 5 i Eateries receive high marks at Circus Circus ' v 1 For two years in a row, Circus Circus Hotel, Casino and Theme Park has been recognized in the Las Vegas Review-Journal's 21st Annual "Best of Las Vegas" readers poll. The Steak House at Circus Circus once again was voted "Best Steak House." This marks the fifth year in a row and 15th time overall that The Steak House has received this honor. "The Steak House is a long-time 'Best of Las Vegas' winner and we're happy to have won for the fifth year in a row," says Andy Enrico, Circus Circus food and beverage director. "We're more excited to win again in light of all the dining competition that has come to Las Vegas in the past couple of years." The restaurant serves mouth-watering prime rib, lobster, lamb chops and crab legs or seafood selections, all offered at affordable prices in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Enrico knows it can be tough to stay on top, but he relishes the challenge. "We know we have reached a certain level of success," he admits. "The important thing for us is to remember every day how The Steak House has made it where it is." The Steak House is open seven days a week from 5 to 11 p.m. The Steak House is also open for Sunday Champagne brunch with three seatings at 9:30, 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Call l-(702)-794-3767 for reservations. As a complement to the Circus Circus' award-winning Steak House, there's Stivali Italian Ristorante. While centering on classic Italian dishes and entrees, Stivali also presents some interesting new twists in appetizers like stuffed portabella mushrooms filled with bay shrimp, imported cheeses and seasoned bread crumbs. Pizza lovers will also be pleased with the "pizzette" appetizer, which comes in the form of three miniature versions of the restaurant's margherita, formaggi and Sicilian pizzas. Unique entrees include salmon fillet Sicilian, which is prepared with a smooth sauce of chili peppers, garlic and fresh mint, or diners may opt for family-style combinations for parties of four or more, which are served with multiple entrees for the entire dinner party. Stivali Italian Ristorante is open Wed.-Sun., from 5 to 10 p.m. (11 p.m. on Saturdays). Call l-(702)-691-5820 for reservations. For more information about Circus Circus, call 1 -(702)-794-3939 or go online at www.circuscircus.com. "The important thing for us is to remember every day is how The Steak House has made it where it is." -Andy Enrico, Circus Circus food and beverage director ihi 2 : : : ssr 3 2 2,2 2 ; a h -: : 2 2 ; m m m m, m m m 5322222 3 2 2 2 2 2 ; 5 2 : ! ------ ; rf 1 HM!!!!!1I : nn 1 I .1 i ; - ""t-u.... ' i. .1 i s; i it i, "" ' ; "J J i -V- I J II' f If'.V-O'.-T-' I) 4- f xitfu Las Vlgas NOVEMBER 2003

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