June marks the summer of amazing food in Vegas. Restaurants are releasing their seasonal menus and folks are grubbing outdoors.

Participating restaurants will be offering special lunch, dinner, and wine menus all supporting Three Square Food Bank—a local nonprofit to end hunger in Southern Nevada. Learn more about Las Vegas Restaurant Week here.

Crispy Calamari at HEXX Kitchen + Bar (Paris)
The Crispy Calamari from HEXX steps away from tradition with a pairing of buffalo sauce. It might sound odd, but buffalo sauce paired with deliciously fried squid tastes just like heaven. The appetizer is served as a part of HEXX’s brunch and dinner menu, where you can find a new approach to culinary classics. 
 

Caviar Classic at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire (Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas​)
This dish is for the foodie with a taste for the finer things in life. The Caviar Classic boasts Ossetra caviar, chives, whipped cream, onion, eggs, mimosa, capers and blini. Michelin star-winning chef Pierre Gagnaire likes to cook up traditional French dishes “with a twist” of pretty daring juxtapositions of flavor. Twist is only open for dinner, so be sure to make a reservation.

La Cave Egg Sandwich at La Cave (Wynn Las Vegas)
For  a brunch worth boasting about, check out La Cave. The La Cave Egg Sandwich is just one of the items on its fantastic brunch menu. Scrambled eggs, spicy aioli, tomatoes, and pita bread are packed together to create traditional, yet incredible, flavor. La Cave is all about small plates and is a self-proclaimed "wine and food hideaway" for those who prefer a quiet and intimate atmosphere.

Crab Cakes at Foundation Room (Mandalay Bay)
The Foundation Room is famous for being a nightlife hot spot with an exceptional view paired with phenomenal food. In particular, try the sweet jumbo lump crab cakes, just one item on the Asian, Indian and Mediterranean fusion menu it executes so well.

Fried Green Tomato BLT at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar (Venetian)
This mashup of fried green tomatoes and a BLT is made with house smoked pork belly, smoky tomato jam, frisée, pimento cheese, and a pickled lemon vinaigrette. We're big fans of the southern hospitality Yardbird brings to Vegas.

Hanabi Spicy Tuna at Sushi Roku (Caesars Palace)
The same Sushi Roku that is wildly popular in Los Angeles now has a location in Caesars Palace. The Hanabi Spicy Tuna is one item on their menu of modern Japanese cuisine that is a must-try, and includes spicy tuna on crispy rice. This place is perfect for tourists and locals alike.