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Oct212016

Sage at Aria, Las Vegas 

Ready to enjoy a special evening and celebrate a special person, we’re off to the Aria to experience a beautiful meal at Sage.  James Beard Award winning Chef Shawn McClain offers Modern American Cuisine, beautifully presented and quite delicious!

Walking into the Aria, its apparent that Halloween is approaching... YAY!!

So hungry...  thankfully we are immediately served bread and BUTTER!  With salt!! Its butter, but its beautiful, and yummers.  If you dont know, I kinda like butter.  Like, I tattooed it on my arm.

Oh Yum!  A perfectly balanced kabocha squash, pear, ricotta salad topped with toasted pumpkin seeds.  Oh yeah, fall and Halloween. 

Next, a beautiful Hamachi Crudo Salad with smoked coconut and the cutest darn little radishes ever.  "So Fresh and So Clean, Clean“!

Then shit starts to get rich... and so freaking NOM!  Could not resist the Slow Poached Farm Egg, set on top of smoked mashed potatoes, and covered in black truffles.  You know im about to put this Foie Gras Brulee all up in mah face!!

Oh GAWD look at these Scallops with trumpet mushrooms and a salted caramel reduction.  Wha you say?!?!

Hello Black Bass with baby artichokes!

No i’m full, I cannot have dessert..

But... they have a cray cray absinthe menu on a rolling cart!

Beautiful dinner and amazing meal!

 

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