Celebrate with the fabulous former mayor at Oscar’s Steakhouse.
Make your reservation and enjoy an evening of entertainment including all of Oscar’s favorites:
Showgirls, martinis, live music and special surprises!
A prix fixe menu of Oscar’s favorite dishes will be available.
Enjoy the special “What Oscar Eats” three-course meal of the former Mayor’s favorite dishes. $80 per person. Portion of the proceeds will benefit Keep Memory Alive (KMA).
The Hizzoner martini (bombay sapphire, more bombay sapphire, and slice of jalapeño) will be featured as “What Oscar Drinks.” Customers who order the Bombay Sapphire martini with jalapeño garnish will receive a commemorative martini glass (while supplies last), and 50 percent of the cocktail’s proceeds will be donated to KMA.
Plus, take your selfie with the wax figure of Oscar from Madame Tussauds Las Vegas anytime during his birthday week (July 18-26)!
$80 prix fixe
Available July 18-26
Smoked Wild Salmon
capers, pickled pearl onion, dill, crème fraiche
Oscar’s Chopped Salad
Romaine, avocado, tomato, cucumber, zucchini, squash,
russian dressing, fried onion strings, candied pecans
Whole Roasted Seabass
brown butter-caper beurre blanc
24oz Prime Bone-in Rib Eye
served with mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, fried onion strings
New York Style Cheesecake
The downtown community will host a special birthday celebration for former city of Las Vegas Mayor and mob attorney on Thursday, July 18 at the Fremont Street Experience Main Street Stage. Doors open at 5 p.m. with entertainment and birthday program beginning promptly at 6 p.m.
In honor of Goodman’s 80th birthday, the special event will include a memorable 80 martini salute poured by 80 bartenders in coordination with the United States Bartenders’ Guild Las Vegas Chapter and Bombay Sapphire, the Mayor’s gin of choice for his iconic cocktail.
Las Vegas legend Frankie Scinta will emcee the event that will welcome local entertainers and special guests.
Tickets to attend the birthday celebration include a commemorative poker chip and are available online for $20 per person with all proceeds benefiting Keep Memory Alive (KMA), the nonprofit organization that supports the Cleveland Clinic, Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health to fund research and programs dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by brain disorders and their families. The Cleveland Clinic, Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health was one of the first developments on the 61-acre Symphony Park complex that Goodman championed for downtown redevelopment as mayor.