Manzo, one of two full-fledged restaurants that opened this week for a great review from all of the media.
Located in Eataly, the giant Italian conglomerate of Italian eating, shopping and indulging experiences in front of Park Hotel. The small but intimate restaurant is amazing.
There is a wood-fired grill, slowly cooked ducks, permeating the restaurant with the terrific smell. Try the house-made pork and veal-filled pasta, with bone marrow and winter black truffle butter, called Agnolotti del Plin. The grilled sea bass, with fennel and artichokes, and the white Peking duck breast are absolutely to be tried. They serve 42 oz. Dry-aged Ribeye Appesa, enough to feed three people.
Manzo will be happy to pair your wines. Sides include Charred broccoli rabe, oven-dried tomatoes with garlic and lemon, and the Cavolett, with Brussel sprouts, speck and shallot, of which I tried all.
We wish this grand new place a great success. And a special thanks to the team, Nicole Brisson, Executive Chef of Eataly Las Vegas, Arnold Corpuz, Executive Chef of Manzo, and David Barragan, Assistant General Manager of Manzo and the Gran Caffe Milano.
Park MGM, 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109