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3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Spring Mountain Rd.) Send to Phone
702-792-7800 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
A casual, hip restaurant and bar for classic American cuisine at The Mirage.
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STACK, Las Vegas, NV

STACK Restaurant Review

: Capitalizing on its success with FIX in Bellagio, The Light Group opened a sister restaurant and 18-seat slate-topped bar in The Mirage. With similar classic American cuisine designed by Light Group corporate executive chef Brian Massie --- and a similar sleek décor --- STACK is equally hip and comfortable. Dinner starts with a stack of two hot rolls, one sourdough and the other bacon-cheddar. Among the specialties are roasted tomato soup with a mini grilled cheese sandwich, and small plates such as grilled lamb gyros and little Maine lobster rolls. We also like the hot rocks --- carpaccio-style sliced sirloin that diners char on a sizzling-hot rock --- and the "adult" tater tots filled with Brie and bacon accompanied by house-made ketchup in a miniature Mason jar. Among traditional-size plates is the three-tiered chilled shellfish platter of lobster, prawns, crab and oysters. The “ultimate” ten-ounce Kobe burger is stacked with onion ring and Vermont cheddar. The 24-ounce tomahawk steak features a rib-eye, while the 14-ounce Brooklyn filet is a bone-in filet mignon. Among main plates, we suggest the sea bass with lobster risotto and Alaskan salmon with rock shrimp etouffée. Specialty cocktails and the extensive wine list nicely complement the fare. Save room for the jelly-filled "munchkin" donut holes.

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Bad Experience
by Hawkbird on Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:55 am
We made reservations when Stack opened at 5pm, so that we could have dinner before the Beatles Love Show. We were seated quickly. We pre-paid for the show and a prix-fixe dinner. Even though we told the hostess of this when we were seated she gave us a regular menu. After another 5 or 10 minutes after we sat down, I had to explain this to the waiter. He replied, well we have two prix fixed dinner menus - do you know which one? Fortunately, I had it printed out and with me. The salad was good but very small. The petit fillet was petit but very good but with no potato or vegetable. My wife’s chicken tasted like rubber, crusty and dry. The water showed up sporadically. My wife and I tip well and have patronized many Las Vegas venues over the past several years, but we expect good food and good service. We spoke with the manager Chris about our poor experience.
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