CRUSH to Bring Luck of the Irish to Las Vegas for Annual St. Patrick’s Day Bash
Morton Group’s CRUSH American Grill at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, will celebrate one of the biggest party holidays of the year at its annual St. Patrick’s Day bash hosted by Irishman, bartender and resident “funologist” Johnny “JOD” O’Donnell on Tuesday, March 17 at 5 p.m.
O’Donnell will do what he does best: serve up plenty of cocktails and Irish whiskey while bringing people together for toasts and good spirits. Entertainment will be provided by the stunning Lydia Ansel, electric violinist and DJ.
Elevated Irish pub grub will be served, including Murphy’s Irish Stout Lamb Stew prepared with tender lamb shoulder, fingerling potatoes and nugget baby carrots, priced at $26; and Traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage with braised cabbage, potatoes, carrots and grain mustard, priced at $24.
Featured drinks will include shots of Tullamore DEW whiskey, priced at $5, as well as Irish mules, made with Tullamore DEW whiskey, fresh lime juice and Fever-Tree ginger beer, priced at $9.
St. Patrick’s Day reservations may be arranged now by calling 702.891.3222 or on the website at www.crushmgm.com.
From Jenna and Michael Morton of the famed Morton restaurant family, CRUSH American Grill serves a menu of contemporary cuisine by Morton Group’s 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 daily starting at 5 p.m. at the bar and 5:30 p.m. for dinner. More information and reservations are available by calling 702-891-3222 or on the website at Crushmgm.com. CRUSH is on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CrushMGM and on Twitter and Instagram at @CRUSHMGM.
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