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Palace Station to Debut New Restaurants

Instead of letting your oven heat your house more than the temperature already does, consider Palace Station’s four new dining options unveiling this summer. The casino will soon host bBd’s (Beers, Burgers, Desserts), featuring American classics produced by Chef Ralph Perrazzo; Boathouse Asian Eatery, with a lineup of fresh seafood, Japanese, and East Asian cuisine; Mumfresh Asian Eats, a quick-serve venue from the creators of Boathouse; and a revised Feast Buffet.


Italian Summer at Ferraro’s

At Ferraro’s, the restaurant’s first-ever summer menu continues through September 7. Choose from dinners composed by award-winning Chef Francesco DiCaudo on the prix-fixe menu priced at $49 per person. The regional menu series will rotate every two weeks between meals inspired by regions such as Calabria, Sicilia, Toscana, Veneto, and Campania. 4480 Paradise Road,


Yoga, Now With More Beer!

On July 22, Hofbräuhaus, the German/Bavarian beer hall and restaurant, will shift its Sunday afternoon energy into a more relaxing yoga experience (but still with beer). Beer Yoga, at 2p, allows patrons to skip their bland, Sunday afternoon yoga routine for one that includes enhancing beverages. Classes are $20 and come with a bottle of German beer that adheres to the “Purity Law of 1516,” which basically means it’s chemical-free. (Also, turns out they do this every month!) After the one-hour class, Hofbräuhaus offers vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free dining, and of course, more beer. 4510 Paradise Road,

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