As The Chips Fall
Red Square is the place to go if you’re looking for authentic East European and Russian fare in Las Vegas. And it stands to reason that this is also the location where you can often run in to Boris Alexanyan and other members of the Lucky 7s, considering the fact that Boris is the proprietor of the restaurant.
With a nod to the glory of Imperial Russia, Red Square Las Vegas transports guests to a world of romance and intrigue. Along with an impressive caviar selection, guests will enjoy such perestroika-inspired Russian and internationally influenced favorites such as Siberian Nachos, Roquefort Filet Mignon, Strozapretti Stroganoff, Salmon Kulebyaka and Certified Angus Rib Eye. Plush, private red velvet banquettes compliment the dazzling Russian-inspired décor.
Before or after dinner, dining guests may want to experience the exclusive private vodka vault and famous frozen icebar featuring more than 200 frozen vodkas and infusions, martinis and Russian-inspired cocktails.
And in case you were wondering, yes, the statue in front is Lenin, and yes, his head is missing.