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Eat and Drink Like Royalty with Caesars Palace 50th Anniversary Specials

Last updated: December 2, 2020 at 3:06 pm. Posted by in Caesars Entertainment, Caesars Palace, Caesars Palace 50th Anniversary, Las Vegas Restaurants. 16 Comments on Eat and Drink Like Royalty with Caesars Palace 50th Anniversary Specials.

Caesars Palace is turning 50 and golden anniversary food and beverage specials let you eat and drink  without spending an entire gold bar. Work up an appetite on the walking tour of the famed property then find a meal or cocktail special that’s calling your name. Join in the fun and indulge in delectable treats commemorating the 50th anniversary at Caesars Palace. Unless otherwise noted, specials run through the end of August, 2016.

Bacchanal Buffet

Caesars 50th Anniversary Bacchanal Buffet

The opulent buffet takes it back to yesteryear with retro 1966 desserts from the year Caesars Palace opened. The Bacchanal Buffet’s 50th dessert station includes 50th Anniversary logo chocolate cupcakes with gold foil. Next try the Palace Court Sparkling Champagne Gelee with strawberries. Go back a few decades with the Magical Empire Ambrosia Trifle, a tropical compote layered with chiffon cake crumble and Chantilly cream. Enjoy a special dessert from the original Circus Maximus at Caesars Palace with the Rhum Baba with summer fruits coulis.

Beijing Noodle No. 9

Caesars 50th Anniversary Beijing Noodle No. 9

Live large with the lobster special at Beijing Noodle No.9 where you can indulge in Maine lobster for $19.66 per pound. Orders are approximately 2.5-3 pounds and are available one per table, from 4-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Wine fans can rejoice with half off all wines (Moet & Chandon excluded) available daily from 2-4 p.m.

DiFara Pizza

New York favorite DiFara Pizza offers a $19.66 pizza combo with two slices and a beer in the Forum Food Court.


Get your daily boost with a commemorative Golden Frappuccino available in multiple sizes at the Forum Food Court coffee shop.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

Gordon Ramsay Caesars 50th Anniversary

Sticky Toffee Pudding

Dine on a three-course specialty menu in honor of the Caesars Palace 50th at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill. Begin with a choice of Caesar salad (how appropriate!) or roasted tomato soup with basil bread. Next up is a choice of three entrees starting with Yorkshire ale batter fish & chips with fresh dill tartar sauce, minted mushy peas and lemon. Another option is bangers & mash which is a medley of chicken, beef and pork English sausages with onion gravy and mashed potatoes. Curry lovers can opt for the butter chicken curry with saffron basmati rice, yogurt and naan bread. Dessert is a sticky toffee pudding with ice cream.

Restaurant Guy Savoy

Guy Savoy Caesars 50th Anniversary

Discover your new favorite indulgence with Restaurant Guy Savoy’s pre fixe Discovery Menu, priced at $150 per person. It includes an asparagus variation, rack of lamb stuffed rigatoni gratin and coconut six ways. Please note the restaurant will be closed from July 25-August 17.

Montecristo Cigar Bar

cigar bar caesars 50th anniversary

Montecristo Cigar Bar gets in on the anniversary action with the $50 Montecristo Experience including the delicious Old Homestead Burger from the neighboring steakhouse, the San Cristobal Elegancia cigar and the Rolling smoke Mojito.

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Party at MR CHOW with the 50/50 cocktail for $19.66 to honor 50 years of Caesars Palace and 50 years of MR CHOW. This classy cocktail includes Martell XO Cognac, Thatcher’s Yumberry Liquer, yuzu juice, red shiso mint syrup and a red shiso mint sprig for garnish.


nobu caesars 50th anniversary

Head to the bar at Nobu for a $50 bento box featuring a surprise assortment of favorites from the famed sushi restaurant.

Old Homestead

Meat and potatoes fans can make the most of the $50 prime rib dinner special at Old Homestead Mondays and Thursdays from 5-7 p.m. Feast on 12 oz. of 100% USDA Prime beef served with mashed potatoes and green beans almondine. If you’re really hungry, upgrade to the 18 oz. cut for $65 or the 24 oz. king cut for $80.

Payard Patisserie & Bistro

caesars 50th anniversary food

Customers sitting at the counter at Payard Patisserie & Bistro can enjoy a combo for $19.66 served all day after 11 a.m. Choose from any sandwich, large soda and a bag of chips.


Calling all Italian food lovers! Build your perfect pre-fixe for $50 at Rao’s Sunday through Thursday evenings. The first course offers a choice of Caesar salad, fried green tomato caprese or the soup of the day. Next, dine on a choice of Quattro Formaggi small shell pasta, flat iron steak or the seasonal fish of the day. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a choice of tiramisu, Cannoli alla Siciliana or an assortment of sorbets. Additionally, three lucky hotel guests will receive a $50 food credit to celebrate the casino’s anniversary.

Serendipity 3

Caesars 50th anniversary serendipity

Serendipity 3’s famous Frrrozen Hot Chocolate gets elevated to the next level to commemorate the 50th anniversary. This distinctive treat is perfect for a hot summer day with white chocolate, dragon fruit, golden pearls and gold flakes.

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Allison came to Las Vegas over a decade ago and fell in love with the city and all its dining and entertainment options. A live music junkie and tequila enthusiast, she has written for Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Vegas Magazine and Conde Nast's VegasChatter.

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16 Responses

  1. Jonathon Bartlett

    Dude! This looks super exciting! We’re totally swinging by to check this stuff out when we’re there. The buffet and self-guided walking tour for the anniversary were already on our list, and this adds some new ideas! Thanks!

  2. Timothy Thomson

    Wow! I am so excited to experience Caesars Palace next week!

  3. Hi Allison:
    I enjoyed reading about the restaurants @ Caesar’s. My wife Joan and I are driving in to LV to see Reba and Brooks & Dunn on Saturday the 30th of July. We went to LV for our honeymoon in Jun/Jul of 1966 so we are celebrating our 50th Anniversary also this year. We stayed at the Dunes Hotel and had a great time while there in spite of the fact that at the time I was being drafted when we got home back to Iowa. After VietNam we went back to LV at least 25 times and always wanted to stay at Caesar’s Palace but it was never in our budget to do so. We love country music and we country dance together a lot and when I read that Reba and Brooks Dunn were to play at Caesars I just had to book your property. We are looking forward to doing the walking tour. Who knows, we might just run into Antony and Cleopatra like we did once before on one of our previous visits to LV.

  4. Allison Duck

    Hi John,
    That is such a wonderful story! I’m so glad you and your wife are returning to Caesars Palace to celebrate your 50th along with the property turning 50. I hope you can use the food and beverage specials guide to help you enjoy some memorable meals while you’re on vacation. For more information about the 50th anniversary festivities, please visit our anniversary page here: There is information about events and also a link on that page to enter a sweepstakes to win vacation packages. Have a fabulous time and Happy Anniversary! 🙂

  5. Jeannette

    We’re headed to Vegas tomorrow for our 36th wedding anniversary. Also have tickets to Brooks & Dunn & Reba on friday July 29 and staying at Ceasar’s Palace. The walking tour sounds interesting as do all the restaurants!

  6. Allison Duck

    Hi Jeannette,
    I’m so excited to hear you’ll be celebrating your wedding anniversary at Caesars Palace! I just went through the walking tour again recently and noticed things I had missed the first time around so I think you’ll enjoy learning a bit more about the property and its storied history. I hope you have a blast at Reba, Brooks & Dunn. 🙂

  7. Mike

    Very good article. We are Caesar regulars and will be staying again next week.
    We’ve eaten at the buffet 3 times now and it’s amazing! We also love the bar at Gordon Ramsey and Nobu, and go there often as well.

    We pass by Serendipity’s all the time. We have to try one of their frozen hot chocolates soon!
    If I’m not mistaken they have a take out window as well. Their to go foods are some of the best delas on the strip!

    Thanks for your reviews, we look forward to the next one!

  8. Allison Duck

    Hi Mike,
    Yes Serendipity does have a quick stop area for grab-n-go items! Good memory! I’m a big fan of the omelets there, especially the Hangover Omelet with fries inside. If you’re looking for another good gran-n-go option, Brioche by Guy Savoy opened recently and may be new since your last visit. My new obsession is the cinnamon brioche 🙂 Here’s a link if you would like to see some tantalizing pictures I hope you have a great trip next week!

  9. Pierre

    What a coincidence, it is also my 50th wedding anniversary. That’s why I’m coming over to celebrate.

  10. Dave Clark

    my wife and I are coming Aug 15 to play in the APA championships
    We are thrilled to be a part of your celebration as we celebrate our tenth aniversary as well
    Thanks for the great write up !
    See you there !

  11. Allison Duck

    Hi Pierre,

    That’s wonderful! I hope you have a fabulous trip and a fun anniversary!


  12. Allison Duck

    Hi Dave,

    Happy anniversary! Most of these awesome specials will be going on throughout August as will the walking tour and photo exhibit: I hope you have a wonderful trip and enjoy your anniversary celebration!


  13. Cheryl

    Glad that some of these will be available until the end of august which is when we make our trip to celebrate my Husband’s 50th birthday! As soon as he saw that Caesar’s was the same age as him he wanted to stay there!!

  14. Allison Duck

    Hi Cheryl,

    Yes, the majority of them will be occurring through the end of the month. Remember that Total Rewards members who are celebrating their 50th birthday in 2016 can receive a $50 food and beverage credit with their stay during the Summer of Caesars festivities. Happy birthday to your husband! 🙂


  15. John Wagner

    Hi Cheryl, wow, been a long time. First visit to Vegas was 1969, of course Caesars much smaller then, almost new and I feel a bit classier. But back then you wore a suite and tie for most everything, some restaurants and shows required a tie. Will never forget that trip. We now go 2 or 3 times a year and it just is not the same, but still love it. Caesars knows how to do it. We dined at the Bacchanal restaurant and with the girls coming around keeping our wine glasses full at all times, I did not mind the bill at the end, lol. The back rub was also a nice addition after the meal. What Class Caesars showed. Looking forward to my trip next week to celebrate the 50th year of Caesars for my birthday trip. Unfortunately I will be staying at Harrah’s! But will come across the strip to visit and remember old times. Have a great summer.

  16. Wes Johnson

    My wife and I will be staying at Caesar’s this coming Friday for our 5th Wedding Anniversary. It is a surprise for her. I wanted to celebrate our 5th while Caesar’s celebrated it’s both. Very excited for our visit.