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Dining specials at Carson Valley Inn

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November 28, 2012 |

December dining at the Carson Valley Inn includes value specials and 24-hour convenience in Katie’s, a variety of dinner entrées in CV Steak and quick-stop fare in Job’s Perk.

Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve dinner specials will be offered in CV Steak and Katie’s and both restaurants are also serving all of their regular menu choices on these two holidays.

CV Steak is open from 4:30 p.m. every Wednesday through Sunday with special hours and days over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. The menu features a selection of tasty appetizers, a bountiful wine list and a generous assortment of entrées including steaks, chops, seafood, chicken and pasta dishes.

On Christmas Day, CV Steak will be open for dinner from 3:30 p.m. serving all regular menu items plus two featured Christmas dinner specials: garlic-studded slow roasted prime rib for $25 and grilled Alderwood smoked Pacific salmon. New Year’s Eve dining in CV Steak will feature all regular menu items plus two specials: roasted prime rib with shrimp scampi and seafood mixed grill with a half lobster tail, bacon-wrapped scallops, clams and jumbo shrimp.

All CV Steak entrées include tableside-tossed salad and, except for the pasta dishes, vegetable and choice of potato — baked, au gratin or a one-pound, twice-baked potato. CV Steak offers a combination of price, selection, ambience and service that make casual dinners and special occasions affordable and memorable. CV Steak will be open on Monday and Tuesday of Christmas and New Year’s weeks and closed on Wednesday, Dec. 26 and Wednesday, Jan. 2.

Reservations are recommended in CV Steak by calling 775-783-6650.

Katie’s variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner choices is enhanced by an array of appetizers, desserts and ice cream fountain specialties. Katie’s 24-hour signature special is a ham steak and eggs plate with enough ham for sandwich leftovers the next day. There is also a “Loaded Pancakes” special mornings until 11 a.m. and a different dinner special every night from 2 to 10 p.m.

Monday in December Katie’s offer a beef burrito enchilada style with lettuce, tomato, cheese, Spanish rice and refried beans. Tuesday’s special is a corned beef and cabbage plate with horseradish cream sauce and parsley red-skinned potatoes.

The Wednesday special is a Teriyaki chicken breast plate with steamed jasmine rice, pineapple ring and broccoli.

Katie’s complete prime rib dinner is served every Friday and Saturday night in December. Included are a half-pound of slow-roasted prime rib of beef with au jus, twice-baked potato, creamed horseradish sauce and choice of soup or salad. This special is also available in a ¾-pound cut and a full pound cut. “The Chandler” southern fried chicken dinner continues its long run on Sunday in Katie’s and includes mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw and a biscuit.

On Christmas, Katie’s will be open all-day, serving all regular menu items plus a traditional roast tom turkey dinner special and a blackened Pacific salmon special from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Katie’s New Year’s Eve specials are a half-pound slow roasted prime rib dinner with six fried shrimp and a pan-seared petrale sole special.

Fresh-baked cakes, pies, cupcakes, brownies and cookies are made daily in the Carson Valley Inn Bakery and are available for purchase at the display case near the Katie’s cashier counter. As a special bonus for INN Club members during December, all Katie’s baked goods are half off on Mondays when purchased with INN Club points. Points are earned whenever using your card while playing the slots, table games or live poker at the Carson Valley Inn.

Job’s Perk opens daily at 6 a.m. and is a convenient spot for coffee, pastries, sandwiches, salads and chili or clam chowder bowls. Afternoon and evening fresh-baked cookies are available and there is an assortment of bottled wine, champagne and canned beers. Job’s Perk also sells newspapers, sundries and CVI-logo items.

The Carson Valley Inn is located on U.S. Highway 395 in Minden, Nev., near the start of State Highway 88.

Visit carsonvalleyinn.com for more information.

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