Just in time to ring in 2022, Carver Road Hospitality will open Carversteak, its highly-anticipated luxury steakhouse, at Resorts World Las Vegas on Dec. 30. The opening date is an intentional kickoff to New Year’s Eve weekend on the Las Vegas Strip.
The expansive restaurant sprawls across 14,500 square feet and features an expansive 70-foot quartzite stone bar, a sizable outdoor bar and dining terrace, a plush main dining room and two private dining experience spaces called The Knife Shop and Whiskey Room. Its mid-century modern design was done by the award-winning international design studio DesignAgency.
As Carver Road Hospitality’s first Las Vegas dining concept, the company has set high standards. Carversteak’s menu comes from acclaimed chef Daniel Ontiveros, previously of three-star Michelin restaurant Joël Robuchon, Thomas Keller Bouchon Bistro, Michael Mina’s Nobhill Tavern and Scotch 80 Prime, among others.
“In crafting the Carversteak story, we began at the source: dry-aged American cuts and Japanese-certified Wagyu steaks,” chef Ontiveros said. “Our ingredients set everything into motion— from cooking to presentation— and I cannot wait to bring these incredible dishes to life for our guests.”
More specifically, the menu features a 42-ounce cut Wagyu tomahawk rib chop; a whole Maine lobster with a puff pastry shell paired with red pepper cognac cream and raw bar items, like Hamachi Crudo. The full menu will soon be announced.
The menu’s accompanying cocktail program was developed by Carver Road Hospitality Vice President of Beverage and Hospitality Culture Francesco Lafranconi. In addition to specially-made cocktails, Carversteak will offer a world-class wine list, curated vintage whiskies, grape brandies and aged tequila collections.
Specialty craft cocktail highlights include the house Gibson martini (which can be gin or vodka based and presented with choices of different housemade pickled fresh silver skin onions); Mr. Lee Manhattan (Nikka Coffey Grain Japanese Whisky, Lillet Apéritif, Seville orange bitters) and The B Signal (an agave-centric Old Fashioned with Clase Azul Reposado Tequila, Amaro Montenegro, citrus and chocolate bitters). What’s more, guests can enjoy a martini right from the tableside cocktail cart or herbs in their respective beverages right from the terrace’s herb garden.
Reservations are now open for Carversteak: (702) 550-2333. 3000 S Las Vegas Blvd. 89109