LAS VEGAS – Grape Street Café, Wine Bar & Cellar is offering a beer-pairing dinner to cap off Oktoberfest on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at 6 p.m. Executive Chef John McKibben has created a four-course dinner menu worthy of any beer-lover’s taste buds for $55 a person. The course begins with Roasted Buffalo Shrimp with parsnip crisp and a sour cream lemon dipping sauce, paired with the lemon zest taste of the Sorachi Ace by Brooklyn Brewery. For the second course, guests savor a Cheese and Beer Soup with a spicy popcorn garnish, paired with the sweet and malty flavors of Local 1 beer, crafted byBrooklyn Brewery. The entrée course features mouthwatering Braised Hoisin Porter Short Ribs with creamy Yukon mashed potatoes and sesame snow peas, served with Brooklyn Brewery’s Local 2 which displays dark fruit and chocolate flavors. Paired with Lindemans Brewery’s Kriek Lambic Belgian cherry beer, a Chocolate Stout Cake will top off the meal with vanilla bean ice cream and chocolate ganache. About Grape Street Café, Wine Bar & Cellar Grape Street opened in Las Vegas in November 1997 and offers an Italian, Mediterranean and California bistro style menu. The restaurant has been ranked “very good to excellent” by Zagat for its cuisine and was named a “Top 10 Las Vegas Wine Bar Restaurant” by Gayot. With a full retail license customers can purchase bottles of wine to go for 50 percent off or 60 percent off for a case. Grape Street is located at 7501 W Lake Mead Blvd. and is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. For more information on Grape Street Café, Wine Bar & Cellar visit www.grapestreetvegas.com or call 702.228.9463.