Easter Sunday dining Nevada style

By From page B5 | March 29, 2013

With two spacious restaurants, CV Steak and Katie’s, Easter dining options at the Carson Valley Inn on Sunday, March 31 offer a variety of selections.

CV Steak, the Carson Valley Inn’s Nevada-style steakhouse, is open for dinner on Easter Sunday starting at 4:30 p.m.

The restaurant is offering two Easter dinner specials. The first one is the grilled salmon Oscar featuring a 10-ounce grilled salmon fillet, crab, asparagus, béarnaise sauce and port wine glace — served with rice pilaf and fresh vegetables.

Its second special is the smoked herb crusted Angus beef strip loin with green peppercorn brandy sauce, roasted garlic mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables.

Both Easter specials included table side tossed house salad.

For reservations call 775-783-6650.

CV Steak will continue to offer its wide selection of steaks, chops, seafood, chicken, pasta dishes and more.

Katie’s is open 24 hours and the regular Sunday dinner special is “The Chandler” chicken dinner including southern fried chicken with mashed potatoes and cole slaw.

On Easter Sunday from noon to 9 p.m., Katie’s is also serving glazed baked ham with pineapple raisin sauce and a trio of rice and roast leg of lamb with minted pan gravy and mashed potatoes. Both Easter specials include vegetable of the day and choice of soup or salad.

Katie’s popular 24-hour hamsteak and eggs is served every day including Easter.

Both CV Steak and Katie’s offer children’s menus.

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

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