Manzo Eataly Park MGM

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Italian butcher’s restaurant within Park MGM’s Eataly Italian marketplace.


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Manzo, Las Vegas, NV

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Manzo Restaurant Review

About the restaurant & décor: Manzo, which means beef in Italian, is an intimate 70-seat Italian butcher’s restaurant focusing on prime cuts of meat, within Park MGM’s Eataly Italian marketplace. The focal point of the dining room is a wood-burning grill preparing meats over oak and applewood coals, which is joined with an art piece of cutting boards in the shape of a bull’s head, white tile floor, white brick walls and wine bottles encased in glass.

Likes: In addition to the first-rate Italian wine list, there are also four Italian beers, such as the Trappist-made Tre Fontane flavored with eucalyptus leaves; 19 Amari; and seven grappa choices.
Dislikes: When the dining room is less than half full, the music is near deafening, but once the room fills up it’s more than tolerable.

Food & Drinks: Begin with insalata di agrumi --- winter citrus, pistachio, fennel and EVOO; and burrata imported from Puglia, served with smoked heirloom tomatoes and basil pesto. Pasta dishes are also appetizer-sized, and we like the ravioli di coniglio with braised rabbit, ricotta, saffron and semi-dried tomato. The signature dish is the 42-ounce, 90-day dry-aged rib-eye appesa, slow-roasted and reverse-seared and presented to your table before being sliced. A smaller portioned 16-ounce NY Strip, eight-ounce filet mignon, grilled lamb, Bobo chicken and crispy sea bream are also available. A must-have side is patate --- mashed potato with guanciale, egg and brown butter. A finale worth indulging in that will bring out your inner child is the facciamo casino --- a deconstructed ice cream cone with chocolate truffles, chocolate gelato, chocolate almond streusel, cotton candy and sugar cone. The extensive wine list is 100 percent Italian with more than 400 bottles divided by region.

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