CRUSH and Greek Sneek to Welcome 2019
with Celebrations on New Year’s Eve
Michael and Jenna Morton’s CRUSH and Greek Sneek, located adjacent to each other inside MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, will offer celebratory New Year’s Eve menus with decadent dishes and wine pairings on Monday, Dec. 31. The New Year’s Eve dinners, including beef wellington and sea bass, will be prepared by Corporate Executive Chef William Demarco.
CRUSH will serve an 8-ounce beef wellington, prepared with Gouda, creamed spinach and shaved truffle reduction, priced at $56. A recommended pairing for the dish is Napa Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, priced at $24 by the glass. A featured champagne for the evening will be Beau Joie, priced at $25 by the glass or $89 by the bottle.
Greek Sneek will offer Mediterranean sea bass meunière, prepared with brown butter, lemon, fresh oregano and dill couscous, priced at $42. A recommended pairing for the sea bass is Skouras, Almyra Chardonnay, a dry white wine, priced at $14 by the glass. The restaurant also will feature Ouzo 12 from Plomari, Greece, priced at $12 by the pour.
New Year’s Eve dinner reservations at CRUSH and Greek Sneek are available from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m., and can be arranged now by calling CRUSH at 702-891-3222 and Greek Sneek at 702-891-3228; or on the website at www.crushmgm.com and www.greeksneek.com.
Morton Group concept, CRUSH, by restaurateurs Jenna and Michael Morton, serves a menu of American cuisine by Corporate Executive Chef William DeMarco. Among the “Best Places to Party…While Having Dinner” and “The Best Restaurants in Vegas, Right Now” by Thrillist, the highly social 5,500-square-foot restaurant and bar is located at the center of MGM Grand and is open Monday through Saturday starting at 5 p.m. at the bar and 5:30 p.m. for dinner. For more information or reservations, guests may call 702-891-3222 or visit Crushmgm.com, like CRUSH on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CrushMGM, and follow CRUSH on Twitter and Instagram @CRUSHMGM. The Morton Group’s other restaurants include MB Steak at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas, Greek Sneek at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, and La Comida, a Mexican restaurant in Downtown Las Vegas just off the corner of Sixth St. and Fremont St.
ABOUT GREEK SNEEK
Morton Group, owned by Michael Morton and Jenna Morton, adds Greek Sneek to its portfolio of restaurants. The restaurant serves authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine created by Morton Group’s corporate executive chef, William DeMarco. Greek Sneek is open from 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. More information and reservations are available by calling 702-891-3228 and on the website at www.GreekSneek.com, Facebook.com/GreekSneek, Twitter @GreekSneek and Instagram @GreekSneek.
ABOUT MGM GRAND
MGM Grand Hotel & Casino is “The Entertainment Authority,” creating the ultimate Las Vegas experience. A variety of accommodations serve every need while guests discover signature dining by celebrity chefs including Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak, Michael Mina’s PUB 1842, Wolfgang Puck’s Bar & Grill, Michelin three star restaurant Joël Robuchon and Morimoto Las Vegas. In addition to a pampering spa and salon and an elaborate 380,000-square-foot conference center, the resort offers a wide-range of world-class entertainment at the Grand Garden Arena; the epic KÀ by Cirque du Soleil; world-famous dance crew Jabbawockeez; master illusionist David Copperfield; Topgolf Las Vegas; Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club; and Hakkasan Las Vegas. MGM Grand owned by MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM). For more information and reservations, visit mgmgrand.com, call toll free at (877) 880-0880 or find us on Facebook and Twitter or follow our blog.