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MB Steak at the Hard Rock Hotel In Las Vegas transitions with taste and flair.

Striving for steak house notoriety is challenging in a city filled with extraordinary restaurants but MB Steak House at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is now celebrating a year anniversary with many inventive menu items and new hotel branding on the horizon.

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Chef Patrick Munster brings his culinary acumen and artistic flair to dishes he prepares for notable restaurateur brothers David and Michael Morton, along with the best in wait staff that the city has to offer; together they have created an epicurean steakhouse that keeps the legacy alive. MB stands for “My Brother’s” and pays homage to their father, legendary restaurateur Arnie Morton, Grandfather Morton C. Morton, and great-grandfather, Hymie.

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The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino has been the ideal setting for integrating an urban hip vibe with a fusion of classic steakhouse ambience and modern sophistication for years. In March 2018, Sir Richard Branson announced his partnership in Virgin Hotels with his ebullient acquisition of Hard Rock Hotel.

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MB’s sultry sophistication is the ideal setting for enjoying a classic cocktail or one of the many wines or premium spirits listed on the extensive menu. Sir Richard Branson agrees. “One of the coolest things he did was to bring the front of the house and the back of house together and tell us that one of the reasons that he decided to buy the Hard Rock was because of MB Steak,” exclaimed Chef Munster.
Munster is motivated to keep his dishes fresh, interesting and a bit edgy to keep the patrons please during the transition process.

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Begin with the unctuous Maplewood bacon with sweet maple glaze and a simple frizee salad where the acidity of the lemon vinaigrette and lovely poached egg compliments the sweet, salty and savory taste buds simultaneously.

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Munster’s scallop dish is not to be missed. The scallops sublime golden brown caramelization and earthy Saskatchewan chantrelle mushroom accented with an herb buerre blanc showcases the fall seasonality of the dish with hearty earthy flavors.

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The 18 oz. Creekstone Farms rib-eye or a Miyazaki Japanese A5 Wagu is an unsurpassed way to enjoy your dining adventure as well. Elevate your selection with a choice of Béarnaise, Peppercorn, Bordelaise or MB Steak Sauce. Leave enough space for a taste of sweetness with desserts for two; a decadent New York cheese cake or the layered carrot cake with roasted spiced pineapple, and candied pecans.

MB Steak combines a private valet entrance, two floors of classic steakhouse fare and an excellent beverage program into a luxurious dining experience that is going forward with continued confidence of superb taste and dedicated hospitality.