The Grill at Valentino serves both lunch and dinner — unlike some of the Venetian hotel’s restaurants that line restaurant row — so how much you pay depends on which meal you end up having. The lunch menu includes a list of appetizers, salads, grilled pizzas, pasta, panini and grill options; and the dinner menu features many of the same options, but there are a few more choices within each category and more hearty portions overall. For lunch, you can expect to spend around $25 to $35 per person, with the most expensive entrée coming in at $24.
For dinner, appetizers at The Grill at Valentino range between $11 and $15, with pastas costing around $16 each and grill entrées weighing in at $25 to $32. You can expect to pay somewhere from $50 to $75 per person for dinner (including wine). The Grill at Valentino also offers a daily special menu. When we were there, this menu included your choice of soup or house salad; a roasted duck topped with marsala mushroom sauce and served with spinach mashed potato; and a vanilla panna cotta with citrus marinated strawberry and mango sorbet for dessert — all for just $38. We think the price range at The Grill at Valentino is quite reasonable, and the relaxed atmosphere makes it easy to pop in for a great meal.