Eataly already has streams of diners picking up dishes at its six takeaway counters spread over 40,000 square feet at the front of the Park MGM. Now its meat-centric Manzo plans to open on Wednesday with a wood-burning grill and Italian dishes.
Manzo, Italian for meat, sits next to Gran Caffè Milano. Taking center stage, a custom-built, three-tier wood-burning grill that uses white oak, apple wood, and coals to cook dishes.
The intimate 70-seat space offers a butcher-counter feel. Diners can sit at the bar to the left of the entrance or directly in front of the grill that takes up the wall opposite the entrance. In the center for the dining room hangs a wooden cutting board piece of artwork. A mix of booths and tables pepper the space. To the left of the entrance, a private dining room.
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