Greek Sneek Now Open at MGM Grand Las Vegas

Psst… Michael Morton and Jenna Morton have unveiled Greek Sneek, a lively restaurant and bar serving fresh, authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine and cocktails at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.

Greek Sneek Steak and Chicken Pitas
Greek Sneek Steak and Chicken Pitas

“Mediterranean cuisine has always been a personal favorite,” said Michael, co-owner of Morton Group. “Greek Sneek encourages public toasts because dining like the Greeks means celebrating life with family and friends.”

The menu, by Morton Group Corporate Executive Chef William DeMarco, offers traditional Greek and Mediterranean dishes. Highlights include Greek ‘chips,’ made with traditional crispy zucchini and eggplant served with tzatziki, priced at $14; classic Greek spreads of hummus, tzatziki and baba ganoush, priced at $14; Mykonos salad with heirloom tomatoes, cucumber, red onion, green pepper barrel-aged feta and Greek olives, priced at $14; gyros, with choice of shaved chicken, lamb or steak, served with red onion, tomato, tzatziki and fries, priced at $17, $19 and $21, respectively; branzino, a Mediterranean sea bass served with potatoes, baby carrots, lemons and capers, priced at $34; and baklava, a sweet dessert made with phyllo, walnuts, and honey, priced at $10. Greek Sneek also serves a selection of Greek cocktails, inspired by native spirits, in addition to Greek wines, beers, and Ouzo selections.

Reminiscent of Santorini, Greek Sneek is awash in white and is accessible through a hidden corridor next to CRUSH, inspired by the maze of narrow streets in the old country. The restaurant accommodates approximately 120 seated guests and is now open starting at 5 p.m. from Monday through Saturday.

The other restaurants in Morton Group’s portfolio include La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas, which opened in December 2010; La Comida located in the burgeoning East Fremont District of Downtown Las Vegas, which opened in May 2013; CRUSH, serving contemporary American cuisine at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, which opened in December 2013; and MB Steak, a steakhouse by Michael Morton and his brother, David Morton, in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which opened in May 2017.


Morton Group, owned by Michael Morton and Jenna Morton, adds Greek Sneek to its portfolio of restaurants. The restaurant serves authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine created by Morton Group’s corporate executive chef, William DeMarco. Greek Sneek is open from 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. More information and reservations are available by calling 702-891-3228 and on the website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


Morton Group was founded by famed restaurateurs Michael Morton and Jenna Morton with the opening of La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway ( at Wynn Las Vegas in December 2010. The stylish restaurant offers contemporary American cuisine with an expansive menu of craft wines, as well as a popular, butler-style Sunday brunch. Their second venture, La Comida (, opened in the burgeoning East Fremont District of Downtown Las Vegas in May 2013, offering a menu inspired by the cosmopolitan fare of Mexico City, a more than 100 tequila selections. CRUSH ( opened in December 2013 at MGM Grand Las Vegas, serving contemporary American cuisine in a vibrant atmosphere to drink, dine and socialize. MB Steak (, the first partnership between Michael Morton and his brother, David Morton, opened in May 2017 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. A menu of expertly-sourced steaks, seafood, and shellfish is complemented by a selection of premium spirits and craft cocktails, all served within a dynamic venue built for dining and entertaining. Greek Sneek ( is the Morton Group’s newest restaurant concept, located next to CRUSH at MGM Grand Las Vegas. The flavorful menu offers a variety of Greek and Mediterranean cuisine and a selection of Greek beers, wines, spirits, and Ouzos.


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