New York chef Tom Colicchio brings Heritage Steak to The Mirage. The 230-seat restaurant focuses on meats prepared over an open flame on wood-burning ovens and charcoal grills.
The restaurant also features a Grillworks Infierno, a versatile grill that also serves as a hearth, smoker, broiler and more. Colicchio uses a variety of specialized cooking methods when preparing the restaurant's antibiotic-free meats, including Brandt Beef and Snake River Farms, which he sources from ranchers across the United States. Dishes include a New York strip steak with pepper chutney Bordelaise and duck breast with duck chorizo and smoked peaches, along with a selection of seasonal side dishes to accompany menu selections.
Designed by Bentel + Bentel, the restaurant welcomes guests with a glowing hearth and an expansive photo mural featuring charred firewood by photographer Amanda Weil. The rustic vibe, both natural and modern, includes a leather-clad wall and walnut-beamed ceiling. Guests wishing to grab a quick bite or cocktail before an evening out can make themselves comfortable in the lounge with plush banquette seating. The restaurant also features an intimate private dining room for special events and gatherings.