Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Turn Up the Heat

Flame-cooked lobster and cognac at The Mirage


Tom Colicchio isn’t about to let Gordon Ramsay steal his heat.
Nine months after the foul-mouthed Brit planted his Vegas flag, Colicchio is hitting back with some serious pyrotechnics.
Introducing Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak at the Mirage, for when you want to blow your winnings on a classy place that doesn’t involve a jiggle show.
Focused on meats prepared entirely over an open flame, from wood-burning ovens to charcoal grills, the James Beard-award winning Top Chef is showcasing a major fire fetish.
Grab a wooded seat amidst soft orange lighting and watch the flames rise through the open kitchen over a Jameson-based Copywrighter or Bulleit Rye-packed Little Italy craft cocktail. Then celebrate man’s predominance at the top of the food chain with the charred goodness of a 32-ounce Porterhouse, spice-roasted lobster, soy chili duck skewers, and grilled lamb ribs.

Take that, animals.
A meal this good could only be capped with a $750 shot of Hennessy Richard cognac or a glass of nearby Henderson-based Joseph James beer on tap.
Winning feels good, doesn't it?

Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak
at the Mirage, 3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S., The Strip
(702) 791-7223

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