Windows on the River Buffet at the Aquarius now offers an all new buffet menu and specialty night selections featuring the Friday Night Seafood Sensation and Saturday Night Prime Rib and Crab Legs.
The new Friday Night Seafood Sensation is truly a seafood lover's delight with classics such as shrimp scampi, pan-seared scallops, Oysters Rockefeller, Clams Casino, steamed clams, crab legs, crisp fantail shrimp, clam strips, crab cakes, sushi rolls, fresh salmon, Chilean sea bass and stuffed crab. The buffet also features prime rib, steak and chicken piccata, and is offered from 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. on Fridays. The price is $18.99 with an A.C.E. Rewards Card and $2 more without a membership card.
The new Saturday Night Prime Rib and Crab Legs buffet is offered every week from 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. The price is $15.99 with an A.C.E. Rewards Card and again $2 more without a membership card.
Windows on the River Buffet also offers a daily Champagne Brunch from 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. for $7.99 with an A.C.E. Rewards Card and $2 more without a membership card. The Sunday through Thursday dinner buffet is offered from 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. and now features an all-new menu and a chocolate fountain station with fruit and sweets for dipping.
The Comedy Shop at the River Palms continues to rotate a noteworthy lineup of three stand-up comics weekly. Tickets for the 8 p.m. shows, Monday through Saturday, are $14.95 and $19.95. Scheduled from Feb. 18-23 the lineup will be Tony Daro, Patric DeGuire and Danny Villapando, and from Feb. 25-March 1 Carole Montgomery, Don Barnhart and Joe Lowers.
Carole Montgomery "the ivory girl with an attitude" has been making people laugh as a standup comedian since 1981. With more than 25 years experience performing in comedy clubs, television and production shows, Montgomery is a respected veteran of the comedy scene nationwide. She has headlined comedy clubs and colleges all over the country and starred in two different Las Vegas revues. More recently she has performed her one-woman s how Tales of a PTA Mom in New York City at the Gotham Comedy Club.
In addition to being a comedian and writer, Montgomery is a wife and mother. She was vice president of her son's school PTA and helped coach his Little League team for seven years.
Don Barnhart's comedy style incorporates physical facial and body expression that accents his witty, off-the-wall observations with an upbeat, fast paced, improvisational edge. He has the versatility to go from hip-hop to the corporate world without missing a beat.
Barnhart moved to Southern California at an early age. While his father was directing Mork and Mindy, Barnhart spent his after school time on the set hanging with and learning from comic legends Jonathan Winters and Robin Williams. When he was out of school, he worked as a doorman at The Comedy & Magic Club in Hermosa Beach, Calif. As luck would have it, the house emcee got sick and Barnhart was literally thrown onstage in front of Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller. That was the opportunity that launched his career and he became one of the first comedians to graduate from The Second City Conservatory in Los Angeles.
Barnhart is also an award winning comedian taking the 2007 Grand Prize in American Idol Underground's Comedy Contest. Barnhart has released his DVD, The Click Click Club which includes his original sketch show, The South Bay Boys that he directed and co-wrote along with his short film, What Are The Odds? He resides in Las Vegas, with his wife and two cats.
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