SAM MARVIN’S ECHO & RIG BUTCHER AND STEAKHOUSE
PAYS HOMAGE TO 80th ANNIVERSARY OF REPEAL DAY
Special Prohibition cocktail menu includes $3 drinks, $1 beers from
“Abner’s List” and secret food specials
80TH Anniversary Celebration set for Thursday, Dec. 5
Lift a glass with Chef Sam Marvin and his crew at Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse in celebration of the 80th Anniversary of Repeal Day on Thursday, Dec. 5. From open to close on that auspicious day, Echo & Rig will pay homage to the historic event with a bevy of prohibition-busting drink offers. Check-in to Echo & Rig on Foursquare to claim your Repeal Day special or visit Echo & Rig’s Facebook page to claim a Repeal Day offer and toast to your constitutional right to imbibe with $3 era-inspired cocktails including The Real McCoy, The 18th Dies, The Somerset, Wet Under the Umbrella and The Blind Pig. Cheer the day with a $1 beer featured on “Abner’s List.” The eatery will also offer several secret Repeal Day food specials – simply whisper you want to know about the Speakeasy specials.
Since bursting on to the Las Vegas culinary scene with their tradition-changing methods and a new butcher and steakhouse concept that is fun, innovative and serving the best cuts of steak, celebrated cocktails and fresh-to-order butcher shop meats, Marvin and his team are always up for a good time that involves great friends, great fun and a drink or two.
The end of the Prohibition era on December 5, 1933 marks a return to the American tradition of craft fermentation and distillation, the legitimacy of the bartender as a contributor to the culinary arts and the responsible enjoyment of alcohol as a sacred social custom. At Echo & Rig, the anniversary of the special date marks a day to begin a new yearly tradition.
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse is located in Tivoli Village in Las Vegas at 440 S. Rampart Blvd. Drive-up parking is available for the Butcher Shop and free self or valet parking is available.