This Weekend Celebrate Sinatra's 100th

It’s almost here, Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday. This Saturday the musical legend would have turned 100, and there is no limit to the celebrations. Here are some ways to honor Ol’ Blue Eyes and have fun while doing it.

Eat Like the Star in Las Vegas

Frank Sinatra's booth

Few musicians have such a unique following and story like that of Frank Sinatra. Ol’ Blue Eyes would have turned 100 on December 12, and in honor of this special occasion, one of Sinatra’s old haunts will host a special menu. The Golden Steer Steakhouse in Las Vegas is serving a Sinatra’s favorite dishes at his actual booth (number 22) during the month of December. 

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The menu includes the following:

Clams Casino: From Narragansett Bay, this dish is prepared with clams on the half shell, baked with white wine, bacon, diced red and yellow peppers and bread crumbs
New York Strip Steak, 16 oz.: Served with sautéed diced tomatoes, garlic and white wine and medium rare, just like he ordered it
Bananas Foster: The house specialty, The Golden Steer is one of the few restaurants in Las Vegas able to stylishly serve this dessert table side as a flambé
Jack Daniels: The drink will be prepared just as he drank it - with three fingers of Jack and two ice cubes

The Golden Steer Steakhouse

The fun doesn’t end there -- guests will also get a Zippo lighter engraved with Sinatra’s 100th birthday and one ticket to the Mob Museum. 

For the ultimate fan, a $1,000 reservation at number 22’s four-top can be made on his actual birthday, December 12. This is the only night during the month that there will be a live performance of Sinatra classics. 

"This our way of authentically pay homage to the Chairman of the Board as only we can," says Dr. Michael Signorelli, owner, The Golden Steer Steakhouse. "Very few places in town remain where Sinatra actually dined. He was even known for walking around the restaurant and serenading fellow guests while they ate and drank. We have all served and interacted with Sinatra over the years and it's an honor to create this once-in-a-lifetime experience his fans will cherish."

Note: On December 12 only three reservations for Sinatra’s booth. They are available at 4:30 p.m., 7:30p.m., and 10:30 p.m.

Call (702) 384-4470 to make reservations. 

Hear the Music in Miami 

Fontainebleau Miami Beach, where Frank performed often, has been celebrating Frank Sinatra this fall as part of the centennial birthday celebration. For a taste of the celebration, every night there is a toast to Frank at the Bleau Bar with a sample of Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select whiskey.  

Fans also have the opportunity to relax in style, like Frank, at the Lapis Spa. There are two signature treatments available until Saturday that include “My Way,” which includes a private experience for two and the “Live at Sands Casio” option. This treatment, for men, includes a hot shave and a buff manicure. 

And on Saturday night, get ready for a performance honoring Sinatra’s legacy. We hear, it will it will honor Frank and his fans with fabulous fun. 

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