One Steakhouse, from brothers Michael Morton and David Morton and located at the exhilarating Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, part of Curio Collection by Hilton, will celebrate Hanukkah with a dinner so delicious it could be eaten every one of the eight nights, from Sunday, Nov. 28 through Monday, Dec. 6.
Prepared by Executive Chef Patrick Munster, seared domestic lamb strip loin will be served with toasted barley, escarole, potato-carrot latkes, roasted garlic gremolata and currant lamb jus, priced at $68. Anthony Ramirez, wine director at One Steakhouse, suggests E. Guigal Crozes-Hermitage 2018, a 100% Syrah from Northern Rhone in Southeastern France with its notes of plum and spice that provides a rich to pair with the lamb’s savory flavors.
One Steakhouse’s full menu will also be available, including current seasonal dishes. Executive Chef Patrick Munster brings his talents to preparing steaks to perfection at One Steakhouse, where favorites include mouthwatering Japanese Satsuma Wagyu; ricotta gnocchi made with parmesan Reggiano and creamy peppercorn; and citrus-cured Hamachi topped with sweety drop pepper purée and jalapeño. Additionally, Munster’s signature “Tomahawk Feast” is a dry-aged, 16-lb USDA prime tomahawk steak, carved tableside for 10-12 people.
One Steakhouse is open daily at 5 p.m. and can be found just steps away from the hotel’s valet on Harmon Avenue. Reservations may be made by calling 702-522-8111 or visiting www.onesteakhouse.com.