- One Steakhouse pairs Old-Fashioned Cocktails and Cowboy Cuts for the National Finals Rodeo.
- Executive Chef Patrick Munster prepares the Cowboy Cut, a juicy 24-ounce USDA Prime Certified Black Angus bone-in ribeye.
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One Steakhouse, from acclaimed restaurateurs and brothers Michael Morton and David Morton, located at the exhilarating Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, part of Curio Collection by Hilton, will welcome rodeo fans during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR).
The decadent steakhouse will offer a smoked old-fashioned cocktail and its famed cowboy cut bone-in ribeye, available Wednesday, Dec. 1 through Saturday, Dec. 11.
Executive Chef Patrick Munster brings his talents to preparing steaks and other selections to perfection for NFR fans with the Cowboy Cut, a juicy 24-ounce USDA Prime Certified Black Angus bone-in ribeye.
Guests may pair the steak dinner with a smoked old-fashioned cocktail, handcrafted with Pendleton Whisky, bitters, garnished with a cherry, and finished in a smoke box filled with aromatic smoke.
Other One Steakhouse favorites will also be available including reimagined surf and turf selections; mouthwatering Japanese Satsuma Wagyu; baked short rib rigatoni, made with whipped burrata, roasted tomato sauce, and basil; and citrus-cured Hamachi topped with sweety drop pepper puree and jalapeno.
Munster’s signature “Tomahawk Feast” is a dry-aged, 16-lb USDA prime tomahawk steak, carved tableside for 10-12 people. To accompany any of its masterfully designed dishes, One Steakhouse stocks a broad range of wines selected and curated by wine director, Anthony Ramirez.
About One Steakhouse
Spanning two stories and nearly 9,000 square feet, One Steakhouse is found within the exciting new Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, part of Curio Collection by Hilton™, at 4455 Paradise Rd.
One Steakhouse is the second collaboration for brothers and acclaimed restaurateurs Michael Morton, the owner of top Vegas restaurants such as La Cave at Wynn and CRUSH at MGM, and the co-founder of N9NE Steakhouse – arguably the hottest scene in Vegas for over a decade; and David Morton, whose portfolio of restaurants includes The Exchange and Marshall’s Landing in Chicago and Assembly in Washington, D.C.
The brothers are fourth-generation restaurateurs following in the footsteps of their legendary father, Arnie Morton, and grandfather, Morton C. Morton.
About Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
The integrated resort intermixes a passion for food and beverage with music and culture and features three hotel towers totaling over 1,500 Chambers and suites; the 60,000 sq. ft. Mohegan Sun Casino, operated by Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment; a five-acre desert pool oasis including Élia Beach Club and a multi-functional event lawn; live music and entertainment theater with 4,500 capacity; 24 Oxford showroom accommodating 650 guests; an exclusive portfolio of twelve food and beverage venues including Todd English’s Olives, Kris Yenbamroong’s Night + Market, the legendary Nobu, Michael and David Morton’s One Steakhouse, Kassi Beach House from restauranteur Nick Mathers, Casa Calavera by global hospitality company Hakkasan Group, the sports entertainment, daylife and nightlife venue Money, Baby! from Justin Massei and Mikis Troyan of Clive Collective, famous Afters Ice Cream, Pizza Forte by the Ferraro Family and signature Virgin Hotels restaurants and bars including The Kitchen at Commons Club, The Bar at Commons Club, The Shag Room, and Funny Library Coffee Shop. The property is owned by JC Hospitality, LLC, in partnership with Juniper Capital Partners, Virgin Group, LiUNA, Fengate Asset Management, Dream, and Orlando Development. The off-Strip playground is located at 4455 Paradise Road.
For more information, visit www.virginhotelslv.com.