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Restaurants, lounges offer specials in wake of effects of coronavirus

Updated March 16, 2020 - 9:05 pm

With Southern Nevada residents already feeling the effects of the economic impact of the coronavirus, restaurants and lounges have introduced specials on dine-in and delivery. This list will be updated as more are announced.

In light of schools being closed, Big Jerk, 430 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd., is offering a free kids meal (a piece of chicken with a side of rice and peas) with every adult meal purchased.

Blaze Pizza, which has multiple locations in Southern Nevada, is waiving delivery fees on all orders of $10 or more via blazepizza.com or the Blaze app, starting Monday. It’s also offering a large one-topping pizza for $10, beginning Tuesday, and free delivery on Postmates from Monday through March 22 and DoorDash from Tuesday through March 22.

Blume, 3145 St. Rose Parkway in Henderson, is offering free food for kids 12 and younger from 3 p.m. to closing: buttered noodles, cheeseburger and fries, chicken tender and fries or grilled cheese and fries. Visit blumelasvegas.com.

BokBok Chicken, which has five locations in the valley, is offering 15 percent off pickup orders through March 29. Order at bokbokchicken.com. Or order for delivery through Postmates and get $3 off a $15 order for new clients.

Border Grill at Mandalay Bay is, for a limited time, offering buy one, get one free entrees and cocktails, 10 percent off Quick Catering orders and 10 percent off takeout orders. Call 702-632-7403 to place an order or dine in and mention “Stay Healthy” for discount.

Cabo Wabo Cantina in the Miracle Mile Shops is offering Jameson for $6 all day, all week, which includes the new Jameson varieties such as IPA, stout, black barrel and cold brew. Hours remain same as usual: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Cured & Whey, 6265 S. Valley View Blvd., is offering $2 PB&J or ham and cheese sandwiches, no limit, and 50 percent off meats and cheeses ordered online. Family meals also available. Visit curedandwhey.com.

Del Taco is offering free delivery on Postmates with code DELTACONOW through Friday. After Friday, free delivery will be available without a code on all orders over $15. First time Del Taco customers will receive free delivery on DoorDash.

Egg Sammie, 7379 S. Rainbow Blvd., is offering kids grade K-12 a signature sammie, Crispy Smashed Taters and juice for $4.99 from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays.

Evel Pie, 508 Fremont St., is offering a cheese slice and an Evel Ale or soda for $6, or a vegan cheese slice and a PBR (which is vegan) for $6, all day, every day. Happy hour specials from 2 to 6 p.m. are $3 domestic drafts, $4 well drinks and $20 for a whole cheese pizza and pitcher of domestic beer or soda.

Graffiti Bao, 7355 S. Buffalo Drive, is offering 10 percent off curbside pickup. Call 702-323-6033.

Hexx Kitchen + Bar at Paris Las Vegas will move to a 24-hour schedule on Monday and is offering its Hexx Burger, normally $18.90, for half-price, all day, daily. The burger has American cheese, crispy onions, bacon, lettuce, tomato, spicy aioli on brioche and is served with fries. Hexx also is extending its Potions on the Patio promotion, with half-off its Purple Haze Potion of Absolut Acai, Stoli Razberi, Kinky Blue, blueberry schnapps and berry puree, or Magick Dragon Potion, with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Bacardi Dragonberry, Kinky Pink, passion fruit puree and blood orange puree, to all day, daily.

At the House of Blues Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay, locals can get 10 percent off food in the dining room and lounge and free admission to the Foundation Room lounge (21 and over) through March 31 with code LOCALMARCH.

House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, also at Mandalay Bay, is offering 25 percent off food for locals and a complimentary House of Blues Mason jar (while supplies last, one per person) through March 31 with the code LOCALMARCH.

The Juice Standard, which has multiple locations in Sosuthern Nevada, will include 1000 mg of lipospheric Vitamin C with every three juices/nut milks purchased. Postmates delivery available. Visit juicestandard.com.

Kitchen Table Squared at The Gramercy is offering 10 percent off dine-in and take-out orders.

MealPrep Las Vegas is offering fresh, fully cooked meals to anyone in Clark County who is elderly or immunocompromised. Visit mealpreplv702.com.

Metro Pizza, at all locations except Ellis Island, is offering a take-out and delivery offer of buy any pizza, get a second one (of equal or lesser value) for half-price, through March 31. They’re also offering 15 percent off first-time online orders.

The Pasta Shop Ristorante, 2525 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson, asks customers to call in to-go orders to 702-451-1893, and they’ll get a free cannoli for every entree; all orders over $50 also will receive a bag of fresh pasta. Dine-in customers will get a free glass of house wine. Offers are good until the end of the month.

All 64 Las Vegas Valley taverns of PT’s Entertainment Group, including PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Co., Sierra Gold, Sean Patrick’s and SG Bar, are extending food and drink specials 24/7 through the end of the month. They include hot dogs, $3, with chili and shredded cheddar cheese for an extra $2; chicken and waffle bites, $5; pizza box nachos, $7; sriracha chicken wontons, $7; $3 Bud Light and Michelob Ultra bottles, $4 Modelo pints, $5 Mango Cart micheladas and $7 Grey Goose bloody marys. Happy hour is extended to 5 to 8 p.m. daily, and delivery from select PT’s is available on DoorDash.

The Stove, 11261 S. Eastern Ave. in Henderson, will give a 20-percent discount to those using the pick-up service between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. The restaurant also is offering curbside pickup for its older customers.

Trevi Italian Restaurant at The Forum Shops at Caesars is offering a 10-percent discount for locals who dine in.

Contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at Hrinella@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0474. Follow @HKRinella on Twitter.

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