5 seafood dishes to love in Las Vegas

Scotch 80 Prime

For Scotch 80 Prime’s Mesquite Shellfish Tower, Maine Lobster, White Shrimp, Sea Scallops, Spanish Octopus, Alaskan King Crab and Clams are grilled over mesquite, flambéed at the table with brandy , finished with scampi butter and garnished with charred lemons. $125 for the small, $185 for the large.

Palms, 4321 W. Flamingo Road, 702-942-7777, palms.com

At Vic & Anthony

A 5-ounce panko-crusted lobster tail tops cavatappi pasta smothered in a lobster, cheddar and Swiss cheese sauce and topped with microherbs, $38.

Golden Nugget, 129 E. Fremont St., 702-386-8300, goldennugget.com

Tides Seafood and Sushi Bar

Tides’ Hot Mess Crab and Shrimp Pan Roast Po’Boy borrows the famous dish from sister restaurants Oyster Bar, piling shrimp and crab in a creamy tomato brandy sauce on a roll, available for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., $17.

Green Valley Ranch Resort, 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, 702-617-6800, greenvalleyranch.sclv.com

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90 NINETY Bar + Grill

The Poke Nachos start with crispy wontons, which are piled high with marinated raw ahi, avocado, cilantro, jalapenos, scallions, nori, sesame seeds, sweetened soybeans and garlic. sriracha aioli for varied textures and flavor notes, $13.75.

Suncoast, 9090 Alta Drive, 702-636-7111, suncoastcasino.com

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Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro

A favorite on the Morels brunch menu, served 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday, is the Dungeness Crab Oscar Benedict, with a grilled bun topped with crabmeat, steamed asparagus, two poached eggs and a homemade hollandaise sauce, $21.

Palazzo, 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702-607-6333, morelslv.com

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