One of the biggest restaurant openings this winter brings Carversteak to Resorts World, and now the restaurant from Carver Road Hospitality reveals some of its private dining rooms for group dining indoors and out. The steakhouse, which sits across the street from the Las Vegas Convention Center, features a a 70-foot quartzite stone bar, 3,500-square-foot outdoor dining terrace overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, and a dining room outfitted with rotating digital and traditional art pieces, designed by DesignAgency.
Carver Road Hospitality, the new hospitality company from nightlife impressario Sean Christie, plans to open Carversteak at the resort in December. The 14,500-square-foot restaurant stakes a claim as the city’s largest steakhouse and the resort’s only steak-focused restaurant. Christie, who launched Carver Road Hospitality in April 2020, says Carversteak will be a new spin on the classic steakhouse with a restaurant that changes its mood and tone throughout the night.
For private and group dining, the steakhouse plans to feature four areas with seating with space for 14 to 331 seated with an entire restaurant buy out. The Knife Shop next to the steakhouse’s entrance on the north end of the District, the 70,000-square-foot shopping venue at the front of the resort, comes outfitted with, of course, knives decorating the wall. This 364-square-foot space seats up to 14 people. Next door, the Scotch Room occupies the same amount of space with the walls decorated with scotches and whiskeys. A privacy wall in between the two can be removed to double the space and combine both rooms. Outside, the steakhouse offers the Garden Lounge with 1,152 square feet for cocktail parties and larger groups. While the lounge can seat 34, a separate Garden Private Dining Room can accommodate up to 66 with 1,207 square feet of space. All come with a 65-inch LCD display or a 30-foot LED screen that stretches from the lounge to the main dining room for presentations.
Carversteak already tapped Daniel Ontiveros, the former executive chef at Scotch 80 Prime at the Palms and T-Bones Chophouse at Red Rock Resort, as the executive chef and Gianni Toffanello, the former general manager of Cut by Wolfgang Puck at the Palazzo, as the general manager.
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