Bazaar Meat by José Andrés joins a list of restaurants turning to takeout service during the coronavirus pandemic. The steakhouse at the Sahara, a member of the prestigious Eater 38, now offers large-format meals that serve up to three people, as well as à la carte selections, desserts, and beverages, which can all be ordered online Friday through Sunday for pickup between 4 and 9:30 p.m.
On the large format side of the menu, customers can order Rosewood Texas rib-eye steak for $170, Chateubriand of Brandt beef tenderloin for $150, secreto Ibérico pork for $110, or Merino lamb rack for $110.
Other entrée selections include slow-roasted wagyu brisket for $100 or Argentinian-style wagyu short rib for $100, which both require 24-hour notice to order. Each meal serves two to three people and includes a selection of five starters such as buttered potato puree as well as traditional Spanish flan for dessert.
Diners can choose to order the dish uncooked and receive step-by-step instructions from chef Alex Pitts to make it at home, or select a temperature for proteins to receive the dish hot.
À la carte dishes include the recently launched Bazaar burger for $22, Butifarra Catalan pork sausage for $26, skirt steak for $38, and a quarter crispy suckling pig for $160, as well as a tasting portion of Vaca Vieja for $35.
Bazaar Meat also has a red or white sangria kit for $20 or guests to make at home.
Customers never even leave their vehicles to pick up their orders. Instead, they pull up to the main valet at Sahara and text the restaurant, which brings out the order.