Don’t Get Pinched This St. Patrick’s Day: Go Green at MGM Resorts

Don’t Get Pinched This St. Patrick’s Day: Go Green 

Restaurants throughout MGM Resorts know that there’s more than one way to “go green” this St. Patrick’s Day. On March 17- and the other 364 days of the year – Sage, Sensi, Border Grill and Rick Moonen’s rm seafood, are proactively working to make their cuisine as sustainable and eco-friendly as possible.


  • Sage at ARIA works with forager Kerry Clasby to source sustainable ingredients from California such as fresh fruits, flowers, vegetables, eggs and cheeses. She frequents family-run farms up and down the coast to find the freshest, most eco-friendly ingredients for which Sage is known. In addition, Sage serves meat procured only from sustainably conscious vendors.


  • Sensi at Bellagio serves hormone-free and range-free meat in addition to only grass-fed beef carefully selected from ranches in the Midwest. Its seafood program follows suit with guidance from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch.  In order to provide the freshest ingredients possible, much of the produce served at Sensi is handpicked from farms around the Las Vegas valley.


  • Every refreshing glass of water that guests drink from Border Grill or Rick Moonen’s rm seafood at Mandalay Bay is actually helping save the environment. Both of these restaurants use the Natura water purification system and reusable glass bottles, providing an eco-friendly alternative to tap and bottled water. Additionally, both restaurants serve only sustainable seafood and are members of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch.


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