Brothers’ vibrant new steakhouse will open soon with much-anticipated debut of new Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
Brothers and acclaimed restaurateurs, Michael Morton and David Morton, have unveiled the menu for their exciting second collaboration, One Steakhouse. Opening as part of the exhilarating new Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, part of Curio Collection by Hilton™, on Thursday, March 25, One Steakhouse’s menu reveals a return to the fabulous decadence of Las Vegas.
Menu selections range from Japanese Wagyu and reimagined surf and turf pairings to fresh, citrus-cured Hamachi and indulgent sides like ‘skins’ topped with Osetra caviar and crème fraiche.
“One Steakhouse, and the cuisine, embody the spirit of celebration that you find not only in Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, which will truly be a destination beyond compare, but also as we usher in a new, exciting era for Las Vegas,” said Michael Morton.
Executive Chef Patrick Munster, whose expertise spans top steakhouse dining experiences, brings his talents to preparing steaks to perfection. Cuts include a 16 oz. bone-in filet mignon, an 18 oz. dry aged bone-in New York Strip and a 32 oz. tomahawk., direct from select midwestern ranchers, and a 6 oz. New York strip cut of Japanese Satsuma Wagyu. Decadent surf and turf selections include a New York strip with Australian prawns. Steaks can be prepared with flavorful crusts and sauces, including buttermilk blue, peppercorn brandy and bordelaise.
“Chef Patrick Munster is an extraordinary talent,” said David Morton. “Tasked with creating a menu designed to offer dinners of a lifetime, he has created cuisine that captures the excitement of our surroundings within Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.”
Munster has masterfully created several entrees, including Alaskan king crab pasta made with miso butter and topped with lemon breadcrumbs, pan-roasted Alaskan halibut served in a tomato broth with olive relish, and baked short rib rigatoni, made with whipped burrata, roasted tomato sauce and basil. The One Steak burger is made with a signature brisket blend patty and topped with hand-cut applewood smoked bacon and butterkase cheese and served with fries.
Starters and salads include grilled maple-glazed applewood smoked bacon served with a poached egg; Maine lobster bisque, made with brandy, tarragon and crème fraiche; and chopped salad, prepared with grilled tiger shrimp, artichokes, hearts of palm, white beans, Castelvetrano olives, green beans and pepperoncini tossed in a basil vinaigrette. A towering shellfish platter is stacked high with a Maine lobster tail, Alaskan king crab, jumbo shrimp and east and west coast oysters.
Shareable sides include ricotta gnocchi, made with parmesan Reggiano and creamy peppercorn; creamed spinach made with truffled gouda and topped with a poached egg; and lobster mac and cheese made with cavatappi pasta.
The new One Steakhouse is the second collaboration for brothers and acclaimed restaurateurs Michael, 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 top place to see and be scene in Vegas for over a decade; and David, whose portfolio of restaurants includes Ada St., Hayden Hall and The Arch in Chicago. The brothers are third generation restaurateurs following in the footsteps of their legendary father, Arnie Morton, and grandfather, Morton C. Morton.
More information and reservations will soon be available. One Steakhouse will be open starting at 5 p.m. daily and can be found just steps away from the hotel’s valet on Harmon Avenue.
About One Steakhouse
Spanning two stories and nearly 9,000 square feet, One Steakhouse will be a part of the exciting new Virgin Hotels Las Vegas at 4455 Paradise Rd. when it opens in late March. 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 top place to see and be scene in Vegas for over a decade; and David Morton, whose portfolio of restaurants includes Ada St., Hayden Hall and The Arch in Chicago.
The brothers are third generation restaurateurs following in the footsteps of their legendary father, Arnie Morton, and grandfather, Morton C. Morton. More information about One Steakhouse can be found on the website at www.onesteakhouselv.com, by calling 702-522-8111, and on Facebook and Instagram.