CRUSH, located inside MGM Grand Las Vegas, will serve a four-course prix fixe menu available exclusively on Tuesday, February 14th, Valentine’s Day.
The first course will be Roasted Baby Beets and Prosciutto served with crispy polenta cake; the second course will feature Diver Sea Scallops topped with beech mushrooms and a port wine reduction; the third course will be Aged Grilled Sirloin Steak served with potato gratin strudel; and the meal will conclude with a decadent dessert, the Chocolate Seduction, a mouthwatering array of hand-selected chocolates. This four-course meal is priced at $89 per person plus tax. The Punch Drunk Love cocktail pairs well with the celebratory menu and is made with mint-infused Hendricks gin, Lillet Rosé, fresh watermelon juice and fresh lime juice, priced at $14.
Michael and Jenna Morton debuted CRUSH eat, drink, love, in December 2013 at MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Crush is a celebration of food, drinks, good feeling and good friends. The setting includes a sophisticated but relaxed Atrium followed by an intimate dining Bodega, linked by steel doors inscribed with ancient texts, memorializing the joy of feasting.
CRUSH features a cosmopolitan shared-plates menu by Chef Billy DeMarco, with small plates and not-so-small plates for sharing and pairing. The menu includes a range of offerings to satisfy both the foodie and casual diner, from tender octopus and jalapeno ceviche, to sliced steak with crushed potatoes.
Similarly, Crush features an expertly curated wine list featuring handcrafted wines from some of the best vineyards around the world, with an eye to the adventuresome. Wines are offered by the bottle and glass. A selection of spirits, artisanal beers, and specialty cocktails, we like to call love elixirs, round out the beverage program.
Musical playlists parallel the menu offerings with rhythms and genres from across the spectrum. The venue embraces both the camaraderie of breaking bread and the celebration of sharing a glass, with a focus on general merriment.
Fair warning: the satyr in the logo is renowned as the sidekick of Dionysus who leads the way to the merriment. Please note that the Satyr is also a friend of Pan, known to induce wild behavior.
Learn more at crushmgm.com