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Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak

3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Spring Mountain Rd.) Send to Phone
Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio has opened his second restaurant on the Strip, preparing heritage-breed meats cooked over an open flame.


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Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak, Las Vegas, NV

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Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak Restaurant Review

: With a walnut beamed ceiling, charred firewood mural, mahogany panels, hardwood flooring, wood tabletops, and stacks of red oak and embers glowing in the ovens of the open kitchen, the theme of the décor is quite evident. The grass-fed and hormone- and antibiotic-free meats come from U.S. ranchers, and include cuts of New York, rib-eye, porterhouse and A5 Japanese Wagyu. Most dishes on the menu are enhanced with flavors from the hearth, especially the tender grilled octopus, braised then charred with roasted pepper and purées of charred leek and almond; the grilled romaine with a soft-cooked egg, white anchovy and Caesar dressing; or sides of roasted Brussels sprouts with maple bacon and roasted eggplant. Non-carnivores will appreciate the well-seasoned Alaskan halibut served with rice grits, scallions and charred piquillo pepper. The wine list includes 300 wines from Europe, South Africa, Australia, South America and Napa; a craft beer list of ten draft microbrews includes North Coast’s Old Rasputin Imperial Stout and the locally brewed Joseph James American Craft Lager. Save room for the coffee chocolate tart, a mix of textures with blackout cake, caramel popcorn and vanilla mocha ice cream.

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