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Maple magic

5 places to find sweet, syrupy touches on dishes

5 places in Las Vegas that are making magic with maple

Blvd & Main Taphouse

This new French toast at Blvd & Main is made with sourdough bread dipped in buttermilk egg batter and a bourbon-infused dark-brown sugar syrup and topped with almonds, maple whipped cream and bacon, $11.

The STRAT, 800-789-9436, stratospherehotel.com


Cut’s Salmon Creek pork belly is glazed with a 10-spice maple-hoisin gastrique and served with smoky shallot purée, mustard seeds and sesame-orange dressing, $22.

Palazzo, 702-607-6300, venetian.com

(Wolfgang Puck)
(Wolfgang Puck)


STK’s sweet-potato doughnuts are glazed in a mixture of bourbon and maple, sprinkled with crushed pecans and served with vanilla Chantilly, $15.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 877-893-2001, cosmopolitanlasvegas.com


Alder & Birch

The Alder & Birch Maple Manhattan is a mix of Crown Royal Blended Canadian Whisky, maple syrup, Angostura bitters and sweet vermouth, garnished with a candied bacon strip, $10.

The Orleans, 702-365-7111, orleanscasino.com

(Boyd Gaming)
(Boyd Gaming)

Cafe Americano

A fried chicken breast and thigh are piled atop a black pepper and sweet potato waffle and finished with bourbon-infused maple syrup, $36.

Caesars Palace, 702-650-5921, cafeamericanovegas.com

(Cafe Americano)
(Cafe Americano)

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