CELEBRATE THE ARTS AND COMMUNITY WITH COMMUNITY SECRET GARDEN PAINTING DAY AT TIVOLI VILLAGE

 

CELEBRATE THE ARTS AND COMMUNITY WITH COMMUNITY SECRET GARDEN PAINTING DAY AT TIVOLI VILLAGE
Guests are invited to participate in art installation led by visiting artist, Geoffrey Gersten

 

Guests of all ages are invited to join visiting artist, Geoffrey Gersten, for a festive day at Tivoli Village that marries the arts with community while giving back to Las Vegas charity, Create A Change Now.

With a $2 donation to Create A Change Now, guests at the Feb. 24 Community Painting Day will receive a paintbrush, palette, and the opportunity to leave their mark on Tivoli Village via a whimsical secret garden painting installation led by Gersten. Embracing the day’s theme of community, more than 100 vendors and purveyors of locally sourced produce and gourmet bites, as well as hand-crafted goods and specialty items will line the streets of Tivoli Village in addition to children’s activities including bounce houses, games, and face painting.

“By bringing local farmers and artisans together it allows guests to shop from their neighbors while also supporting the overall mission of Create A Change Now, which uses edible education to introduce area children to a positive and healthy relationship with food,” said Kimberly Esparza, Assistant General Manager and Marketing Director for Tivoli Village. “The day is truly focused on serving our community and the art installation will give children and grandparents alike the opportunity to work together to lend their talents to a beautiful exhibit that will be created by the community, for the community, and 100 percent of the proceeds from which will go back into the community.”

The Community Painting Day will run from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., in Tivoli Village’s new park area, located along the north end of the property just past The Shade Store. The Farmers & Makers Market runs from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. throughout the village. The event is free to attend.

 

About Geoffrey Gersten
Emerging from a traditional painting background, Geoffrey Gersten is a whimsical painter driven by classical beauty. Dropping out of an early career as a CAD designer, he fell into pursuit of a deep, intrinsic calling to create something meaningful. Self-taught since 2010, he settled into oil painting and an impassioned study of art history. These perennial inspirations coupled with a modernized palette have shaped a unique approach to forming a link between subculture art styles and the finer world of classical art history and exceptional technique.

Gem-like glazed surfaces belie the artist’s intent to convey the nuanced complexities of the human soul in context to the modern world around us and beauty of our natural earth which we are privileged to enjoy. Enriched by the delicacy of flora and fauna, a tableau of characters, pop-culture motifs alongside wide-eyed animals and robots inhabit their own tranquil universe. Gersten’s paintings relay a sense of mystery, while allowing a reflective viewer to identify their own heart, invoking ephemeral emotions that we experience universally.

Geoffrey Gersten is an internationally represented artist. In addition to opening Gersten Fine Art in his home of Scottsdale, Arizona, his work is also seen in galleries and exhibitions spanning the United Stages with additional solo exhibitions in Taiwan and Madrid.

About Tivoli Village
From dancing in the streets to yoga on the Piazza, old-world elegance blends seamlessly with today’s active lifestyle at Tivoli Village. Anchored by Restoration Hardware’s RH Las Vegas, The Gallery at Tivoli Village, the outdoor center is complemented by a curated collection of retailers ranging from luxury brands to one-of-a-kind boutiques. Enticing restaurants range from local favorite, Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse, to national standout, Brio Tuscan Grille, while David Barton Gym and Dance With Me serve as upscale experiential destinations beyond traditional retail and dining options.

Located in one of the most affluent sections of Southern Nevada, Tivoli Village is 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, conveniently situated near the Summerlin Parkway. The center proudly boasts 370,000 square feet of retail and restaurants and 300,000 square feet of Class A office space.

Complimentary valet and covered parking are provided. Restaurant and store hours vary. For more information on events at Tivoli Village visit tivolivillagelv.com, follow Tivoli Village on Instagram and Twitter, or like Tivoli Village on Facebook.

About Pacific Retail Capital Partners
Pacific Retail Capital Partners (PRCP) is one of the nation’s premier retail operating groups of large open-air centers and enclosed malls, with more than $1.3 billion in retail assets presently under management in the United States. Based in Southern California, PRCP provides end-to-end sourcing, assessment, underwriting, valuing, developing, and asset management of retail real estate with a proven track record of repositioning retail properties. PRCP strategically manages over 11 million square feet of regional malls and open-air lifestyle centers. The Executive team has over 150 years of collective real estate expertise with deep experience in leasing, marketing, operations, design, development, investment, and finance. With a keen focus on enhancing the value and quality of its growing portfolio, PRCP is dedicated to creating a unique, strategic vision for each property and exceeding the highest expectations of retail investors, retailers, and consumers. To learn more visit https://pacificretail.com/ or follow social media at:

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Echo & Rig Butcher Shop Has Your Spring Holiday Meats

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CHEF SAM MARVIN AND HIS TEAM OF BUTCHERS AT ECHO & RIG
BUTCHER SHOP AND STEAKHOUSE HAVE THE IDEAL MEATS AND
RECIPES FOR SPRING HOLIDAY MEALS 


Superior Ham, Prime Rib, Lamb, Brisket and More Available at Echo & Rig Butcher Shop
– Portion of Butcher Shop Sales in April Supports JDRF

Also enjoy delicious Easter Brunch either on the picturesque patio or inside the
open-concept eatery

 

While most head to the refrigerated aisle at their local supermarket searching for the perfect dozen eggs for this year’s hunt, the butchers at Chef Sam Marvin’s Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse are heading straight to the farm, but instead of eggs, they are loading their shelves with organic, grass-fed, premium meats perfect for the holiday table. Whether you are looking for a traditional take on ham, lamb, prime roast or brisket, more creative twists on the classics or the ideal meats for spring grilling, the Echo & Rig Butcher Shop has the ultimate cuts of superior meat procured from the finest sources.

“This is what our butcher shop is all about,” explains Chef Sam Marvin. “We have reintroduced the neighborhood butcher shop with a focus on fresh, quality meats and personalized service. Our butchers will not only guide you in picking out the best meat but also literally take a piece of butcher paper and write out recipes with step-by-step instructions to help ensure your home-cooked meal is a masterpiece.”

The meats at the Echo & Rig Butcher Shop are the ideal foundation for any Easter celebration or spring dishes to enjoy at home. In addition to assistance in selecting the type and cut of meat, the classically-trained butchers will help guide you in how to best prepare it and will provide you with a few secrets of the trade. Whether looking to make a traditional baked ham, a sumptuous rack of lamb, a tender and juicy brisket or firing up the grill for some savory steaks, the Echo & Rig Butcher Shop has all the ingredients you need including proprietary rubs and spices and delicious condiments that are hand-picked to complement the meats.

Support a great cause when you buy your meat from the Echo & Rig Butcher Shop. Throughout the month of April, Echo & Butcher and Steakhouse will be donating 10% of all butcher sales to assist the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund (JDRF) with their annual Hope Gala fundraising event.

If you’re looking to enjoy the Easter holiday with family and friends and leave the cooking to others, Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse offers an extravagant brunch on Easter Sunday. Indulge in a delicious menu of Easter favorites and Echo & Rig originals, served either on the patio overlooking the picturesque Tivoli Village or inside the open-concept eatery.

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.

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Experience Happiest Hours (and Beyond) at Echo & Rig

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THE HAPPIEST HOURS (AND BEYOND)
ONLY AT ECHO & RIG BUTCHER & STEAKHOUSE


Afternoon and Late Night Menu & Specials

Chef Sam Marvin Announces the Launch of E&R Happiest Hours;
A Double-Dose of Signature Cocktail Specials, Ladies Drink Free, Doubles for Men and New Twists on Classic Las Vegas Icons like Steak & Eggs,Shrimp Cocktail and the 5:00 p.m. Martini

Since opening their doors at Tivoli Village, Chef Sam Marvin’s Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse has successfully changed the perception of the traditional steakhouse, launched a modern day butcher shop with an authentic, old-school mind-set and proved that a fabulous experience with great food and service can be found in Las Vegas at a great price.

 

Today, Chef Marvin and team announce the arrival of Echo & Rig’s Happiest Hours – a mash-up on the traditional concepts of the Happy Hour and the Late Night menu.  “I never look to change things just to change them, but I’m always looking for a way to make an idea better,” explains Marvin. “Since we opened, we’ve been asking our guests what they would like to see us add to our offerings, and the most popular were a Happy Hour and a Late Night Menu – well, we’ve listened and now we have not one, but two versions of the traditional concept.”

 

The first three hour block is 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (seven days a week), while the late night hours stretch from 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. (Monday thru Saturday). Regardless if you are feeling the happiness when the sun is still up or already set, customers at Echo & Rig can grab a seat at the downstairs cocktail bar or charcuterie bar and order up $10 pitchers, $1 Fresh Butcher Hot Dog, Free Cocktail of the Day for the Ladies, Singles Turn into Doubles for the Men and of course, Echo & Rig’s new versions of timeless classics like $1.99 Steak & Eggs and the $1.99 Shrimp Cocktail.  

 

“For our version of steak & eggs, we use only freshly cut beef from our own butcher shop and farm fresh eggs; sometimes pairing the iconic dish with a surprise side,” notes Marvin.  “When it comes to the shrimp cocktail, our guests will be treated to icy-cold fresh prawns served with our proprietary house-made cocktail sauce.  Pair those with any of the special cocktails we are serving and I think late afternoon/late night fare just got a whole lot tastier.”

 

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.  Restaurant hours: 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. (for dinner). Monday – Friday; 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. (for dinner) on Saturdays and 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. on Sundays.  Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

 For more information, visit www.echoandrig.com or contact info@echoandrig.com

 

Celebrate New Year’s Your Way at Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse

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ECHO & RIG BUTCHER AND STEAKHOUSE PRESENTS
NEW YEAR’S EVE YOUR WAY
No Extra Fees. No Set Menu.  No Timed Seating. No Strip Traffic

 

Each year, as sure as there will be a countdown to midnight, New Year’s Eve has everyone in a near panic to find a restaurant to ring in the new year; even if that restaurant comes with no dining choices, an over-priced prix fix menu and only two time-specific seatings.  At Sam Marvin’s Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse, Chef Marvin and his team have done away with all of those exhausted traditions and have created the hassle-free, New Year’s Eve Dinner.  Simply make a reservation via the restaurant at 702-489-3525 and you are free to create the perfect personalized and custom New Year’s celebration – just the way you like it, when you want it and how you like it. No extra fees, cheap party favors and boring three course menus will be found on the Echo & Rig New Year’s Eve menu.


Instead, Marvin invites guests to simply do as they please and enjoy….have dinner with a date and head home to watch the ball drop or grab five best friends and create your own festive dinner pairing. Better yet, show up at 11:00 p.m., make new friends at the bar, have a late-night steak and countdown the clock with 300 of your closest new friends.

 

“I’ve never understood why anyone would want to go out on New Year’s Eve only to be given no choices or to over-pay for the same food they have on any other night,” explains Marvin.  “I want Echo & Rig to be buzzing from 5:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.  We will have our entire menu available plus a couple specials, as well as a few surprises that only those that are here will know about. We are making New Year’s what it’s supposed to be – an evening out remembering the past year and welcoming a new one.”

 

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.
 For more information, visit www.echoandrig.com or contact info@echoandrig.com

 

Echo & Rig Offers Las Vegas’ Only Meat-Inspired Custom Holiday Gift Boxes

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MOVE OVER SUGAR…TIS’ THE SEASON FOR MEAT & SPICE

Chef Sam Marvin’s Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse
Debuts Holiday-In-A-Box

Meats from Snake River Farms, Bartel Farms, Bill Niman Ranch and Brandt Beef Showcased
in Las Vegas’ Only Meat-Inspired Holiday Gift Boxes


Never one to be held down to the conventional way of thought (or gift-giving), Chef Sam Marvin is debuting the Echo & Rig Holiday-In-A-Box just in time for the holidays.  Unlike traditional seasonal gifts, you won’t find sweet candy canes or fruit cakes hiding inside the Echo & Rig Holiday-In-A-Box. In its place, recipients will discover hearty and savory surprises. Acclaimed chef Sam Marvin and his skillful team at Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse at Tivoli Village have created customizable gift boxes that feature distinctive cuts of superior meat from the finest sources, as well as specialty rubs, spices, condiments and more. Available for purchase now and throughout the holiday season, the incomparable and one-of-a-kind Holiday-In-A-Box comes chilled for freshness, can be shipped anywhere and is available for either $50 or $90.  For those that know their meat-lover more intimately, the staff of expert and friendly butchers can help to customize and create the ideal collection of palate-pleasing holiday dishes to enjoy at home.

 

Echo & Rig’s Holiday-In-A-Box doesn’t just feature standard cuts of meat found at any grocery store; they exclusively highlight a select variety of the most flavorful meats from an impressive roster of quality suppliers including Snake River Farms, Brandt Beef, Bartel Farms of Oregon and Bill Niman Ranch in California.  Imagine the holiday glee on your meat-lover’s face when they open their box and find the rich and succulent texture of Mangalitsa pork or the mouth-watering beef from Niman Ranch (that is always raised in the pasture and finished on grains) or the organic, grass-fed and all natural beef coming from Bartel Farms in Oregon. Only the Echo & Rig Butcher Shop can provide the gift-buyer (and the gift-recipient) such an array of quality, organic and delicious meats – ready for purchase and prepped to ship anywhere in the U.S. in a chilled and secure package.  Of course, each box also includes the accoutrements needed to best prepare the culinary delights – from proprietary Echo & Rig rubs and spices to delicious condiments and even cutlery that is perfectly suited and hand-selected to complement the meats.

 

“As the only true butcher shop in Las Vegas, we feel we have the ideal holiday gift for all food lovers,” said Chef Sam Marvin. “What’s really exciting about these gift boxes is that the meats are selected and sourced from a variety of family-owned farms and ranches throughout the country that have been identified for having superior selections in particular cuts of meat. Meaning we don’t use one source for all meats we offer.”

 

The Echo & Rig Holiday-In-A-Box is chilled for superior quality and freshness and comes beautifully packaged in the trademark Echo & Rig blue butcher paper and wax twine. Holiday-In-A-Box can be purchased in person at Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse in Las Vegas or ordered by phone by calling 702-489-3525.
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.
 For more information, visit www.echoandrig.com or contact info@echoandrig.com

 

Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse Toasts Repeal Day – Dec. 5

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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.
 For more information, visit www.echoandrig.com or contact info@echoandrig.com

 

Thanksgiving Feasts Hand-Crafted From Chef Sam Marvin’s Echo & Rig Butcher And Steakhouse – Limited Availability

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LIMITED EDITION THANKSGIVING FEASTS HAND-CRAFTED FROM
CHEF SAM MARVIN’S ECHO & RIG BUTCHER AND STEAKHOUSE

200 Holiday Dinners Available – First-Ordered/First-Served
Featuring Diestel Turkey Ranch Turkeys, Farm Fresh Vegetables,
House-Baked Pumpkin Pies and Marvin’s Vision on Family-Favorite Sides



Ever wished you could bring an acclaimed chef home with you to cook a mouth-watering Thanksgiving dinner for you and your family and friends? Well, celebrated chef Sam Marvin (owner/visionary of Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse) isn’t able to come home with everyone, so he’s offering the next best thing; a limited number of handcrafted, complete Thanksgiving feasts available for pick up and enjoyed in your own home. As with each of the daily meals served from the Echo & Rig kitchen, Marvin insists on quality and service, so only 200 orders for this special Thanksgiving Feast will be available on a first ordered/first-served basis.

From the ready-to-cook Diestel Turkey Ranch turkeys (Diestel turkeys enjoy the freedom of being slow grown in the clean Sierra Nevada Foothills where they are raised almost twice as long and with four times as much space as conventional birds creating a premium texture with natural flavors) to the traditional favorites served-up with Marvin’s distinctive flair, the Echo & Rig Turkey Feast serves eight and includes time-honored favorites as envisioned and then cooked with love by Marvin and his team; including traditional stuffing, succulent mashed potatoes, fresh cranberry sauce, rich turkey gravy, house-baked dinner rolls and a choice of two farm-fresh vegetables. To top it off, the meal also includes a made-to-order pumpkin pie.

Original whole Diestel Ranch turkeys and turkey breasts, as well as an array of beloved family sides and fixings are also available individually. Each side serves approximately 4-6 people. All orders must be placed by 4 p.m., on Sunday, November 17 by calling the Butcher at 702-489-3525 or can be ordered in person.

Additional sides and desserts range from $7 – $16 and include Traditional Stuffing, Fruit and Nut Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce, Fresh Cran-Orange Relish, Butternut Squash Soup, Turkey Gravy, Brown Sugar Yams, Roasted Autumn Vegetables, Mashed Potatoes, Sautéed Green Beans with Almonds, Honey Glazed Brussels Sprouts, Maple Glazed Carrots, Little Gem Goat Cheese Salad, Dinner Rolls, Pumpkin Bread, Apple Pie and Pumpkin Pie.

With an ongoing focus on quality meats and their origin, Sam Marvin and Echo & Rig maintain a steadfast commitment to superior quality and are proud to feature Diestel Ranch turkeys. Slow grown in a natural environment and 100% vegetarian fed, Diestel Ranch turkeys are humanely raised and harvested and are fully matured to their naturally intended weight. Even more, Diestel Ranch turkeys are walked daily and have been since they first opened in 1949.

Pick up of the Ready-to-Cook Diestel Ranch Turkey and all Thanksgiving orders will be Wednesday, November 27 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. or Thursday, November 28, from 7 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Echo & Rig will be closed for restaurant service Thanksgiving Day so its staff can enjoy time with family for the holiday.

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.

For more information, visit www.echoandrig.com or contact info@echoandrig.com

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Chef Sam Marvin’s Fresh Take On The Old-School Butcher Shop

There was a time in recent history where you could find a friendly, neighborhood butcher shop on Main Street in every city. It was a classic staple of American life. Identified as one of the 25 Things Vanishing in America by Daily Finance, for the most part the butcher shop of old is a distant memory evoking images of a jovial butcher in a crisp paper hat who could easily eyeball the weight of a steak and shoot the breeze as well as give cooking and preparation advice.
Acclaimed chef and restaurateur Sam Marvin fondly recalls those days and aims to reintroduce the neighborhood butcher shop with a modern twist with the debut of Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse, recently opened in Tivoli Village in Las Vegas. We spoke with Sam Marvin (creator of the much-celebrated Los Angeles restaurant Bottega Louie) to understand his visionary concept that is changing the urban social dining experience.
Q:  How is Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse different from a traditional steakhouse?
Sam:  Echo & Rig is a new forward thinking butcher shop and steakhouse concept that is part of a global grassroots movement that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment. We have an old fashioned butcher mentality and are using old-school techniques. By combining both a convenient butcher shop and a non-traditional steakhouse, the restaurant portion can then become one of the butcher shop’s best customers while providing the community with a new option for fresh, quality meats.  It is truly the best of all worlds. You can come in and enjoy a great meal in the restaurant and pick up meats to prepare at home for the next night.
Q:  Why did you think the time was right to bring back the Butcher?
Sam:  People want to find value and quality in every dollar they spend. The butcher shop of late was one where the butcher knew your name and you knew his. Butchering is a lost craft and skill, and one that was highly respected.  We celebrate that thought process. We are here to educate and inspire people about their meat selections so they know about it before they prepare and cook it. Our knowledgeable butchers can provide the best advice and suggestions as to cooking methods and techniques.
Q:  What kinds of meats do you offer at the Butcher Shop?
Sam:  We provide top tier meat with the highest quality of protein, vitamins, iron and folic and fatty acids that we obtain from a network of farmers and ranchers who raise animals humanely.  They never use any antibiotics or hormones, and the grass the animals eat is never treated with pesticides or herbicides.  The variety on any given day is impressive and includes; pork shoulder, chops, tenderloin, belly; whole free-range chicken, filets, thighs, homemade sausages including breakfast, fennel and calabrese, lamb, prime rib, burgers, tri-tip, spencer, tenderloin and porterhouse steaks, ribs, lamb and the popular Tomahawk or “The Flintstone” steak. Of course, we can also provide on any special requests.
Q:  What is it about the meat that makes it of superior quality?
Sam:  We believe it is very important in how the animal is raised, what the animal is fed, and how the animal is slaughtered, butchered and cooked.  We are leading a movement away from chemically treated foods to a healthier, higher quality, better value way of eating both in the restaurant, as well as in your home. Meat shouldn’t have a barcode on it.
Q:  What does it mean when you say “Nose to Tail?”
Sam: It means that we utilize every piece of the animal from the nose to the tail – nothing goes to waste or is disrespected since the animal gave its life to provide us with food.  In butcher-speak, it means we use everything but the “oink” or “moo.” The technology available enables a tremendous amount of efficiency in getting to all different cuts and pieces of meat, like never before. This approach allows us to provide our customers a more diversified selection and variety of options. It also allows us to educate our guests about lesser-known cuts and best cooking techniques to enhance flavor.
Q:  What is the relationship between the butcher and the customer at Echo & Rig?
Sam:  The Las Vegas market is missing the butcher concept with little options outside of grocery stores that are not at all similar to the butcher shops of late. No efforts are made to make a connection with the customers and find out their likes and dislikes.  Our skillful and classically-trained butcher associates are on hand as “personal shoppers” to guide you to the right choices or answer any questions you may have about our products.  We also will be introducing some special workshops and programming at the butcher shop. Aimed at a variety of skill levels, Echo & Rig will offer everything from How to Carve a Turkey classes to Butcher for a Day opportunities.
Q:  What role does the Butcher Bar play?
Sam:  Located near the butcher shop is a Butcher Bar that serves a variety of fresh sandwiches and butcher selections and specials. It’s perfect for a quick $3 house made hot dog, smoked pork sandwich, house made sausage platter or steak tartare.
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse is located in Tivoli Village at 440 S. Rampart Blvd., in Las Vegas. There are a number of drive-up parking spaces conveniently available for Echo & Rig Butcher Shop customers. 
 
For more information, visit www.echoandrig.com or call 702-489-3525.
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse
440 S. Rampart Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89145

Chef Sam Marvin’s Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse Opens Fri, Aug 30 – Just in Time For Labor Day

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ENJOY THE LABOR DAY HOLIDAY WITH
GOOD FRIENDS AND GOOD FOOD AT
SAM MARVIN’S ECHO & RIG BUTCHER AND STEAKHOUSE
OPENING FRIDAY, AUG. 30th
 
Pioneering new concept in Tivoli Village, Las Vegas is the perfect spot to enjoy a celebratory Labor Day meal together with family and friends
and to pick up great meats for grilling all weekend

 

As Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end of summer nears, chef Sam Marvin invites you to join him as he throws open the doors and welcomes his first guests at the beautifully designed Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse in Tivoli Village on Friday, Aug. 30th.  Just in time to help families enjoy a relaxing meal together at the restaurant or visit the spectacular new butcher shop to select the ideal cut of meat for grilling, the Labor Day holiday weekend opening is ideal timing. Boasting an impressive menu of more than 90 items, a remarkable butcher shop showcasing high quality meats and a skillful butcher who can readily recommend the perfect cuts and cooking methods, Echo & Rig is poised to be a favorite destination and experience – not just a place for the best meal in town.

 

Imagined under acclaimed chef and restaurateur Sam Marvin’s meticulous watch, guests will immediately discover that Echo & Rig is something exceptional. Designed by noted interior designer Carolyn Baylon, floor-to-ceiling showcase windows immerse the eatery with natural light and provide a view directly into the Butcher Shop and to the open concept, two-floor eatery with a balcony overlooking the picturesque scenery. Baylon’s affinity for combining and mixing elements to create timeless environments is evident throughout the impressive 12,500 square foot space.

 

Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse features an eclectic menu of urban grill-meets-traditional steakhouse in an open dining room complete with an exhibition kitchen, proprietary spices and rubs, a classic cocktail menu with new farm-to-glass twists, the freshest seafood and is the only restaurant with its own namesake butcher shop. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, a weekend brunch and late night menu, Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse is the perfect spot to enjoy a meal and select something exquisite to cook up at home the next day.

 

“Labor Day weekend is a great time to open,” explains Marvin. “Much like the holiday itself, Echo & Rig is synonymous with enjoying great food and drinks with family and friends. Even better, here you get the best of both worlds.  We’ll create a spectacular meal that’s been meticulously thought through and you can also choose from an incredible array of fantastic meats to prepare at home too. We will help you pick out the best cuts for grilling whether you’re looking for traditional burgers and hot dogs or are in search of the supreme steak, chicken or fish for the barbecue.  Our team at Echo & Rig can offer insight and inspiration for the perfect choices and a great homebound culinary experience.  We’ve brought back the neighborhood butcher and you’re going to get the first glimpse of this experience.”

 

Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse is open Sunday through Thursday from 9 a.m. – 11 p.m. and from 9 a.m. – 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday with a special late night menu. A lavish brunch is available Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., inviting guests to relax and enjoy the true art of dining with friends and family while indulging in great food and quality time together.
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 Self or Valet Parking is available.  Private events of varying sizes are welcome in the main dining room or the picturesque outdoor patios located on the first and second floors.
For more information, visit echoandrig.com or contact info@echoandrig.com

Photos: Sam Marvin’s Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse In Tivoli Village Opening Friday, Aug 30, just in time for Labor Day Weekend

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SAM MARVIN’S BUTCHER AND STEAKHOUSE OF THE FUTURE, ECHO & RIG™ Opening Friday, Aug 30, just in time for Labor Day Weekend
 
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse Launches Modern Day Butcher, New Urban Social
Dining Experience and 90+ Menu Selections in a 12,500 Square Foot Open Dining Room
 
 
 How do you take a classic staple of American dining, the steakhouse, and break down the traditional thinking to create something entirely new and exciting?  That was the question that acclaimed chef and restaurateur Sam Marvin (creator of the much-celebrated Los Angeles restaurant Bottega Louie) posed when he decided the time was right to reinvent what has long been the trademarks of the steakhouse genre – masculine vibe, dark rooms, fancy waiters, slabs of oversized beef and overly expensive pricing. The answer became Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse, opening late-August at the charming Tivoli Village just off of Summerlin Parkway; 15 minutes from the famed Las Vegas Strip.
At Echo & Rig, Marvin introduces a pioneering new concept which will transform the long-held theories behind the steakhouse formula while simultaneously reintroducing the neighborhood butcher shop. The Echo & Rig Butcher Shop is a stunning homage to meat featuring one of the most acclaimed butchers in the country, a large open glass meat locker, vertical displays and an exhibition/demonstration area.
Even before entering the expansive restaurant, guests will immediately discover that Echo & Rig is something exceptional. Designed under Marvin’s meticulous eye, the floor-to-ceiling showcase windows provide a view directly into the Butcher Shop and to the open concept, two-floor eatery. Filled with light and open spaces, the European-influenced design features rose-hued marble floors and walls and rich woods combined with industrial features that give the butcher shop and restaurant energy and a design aesthetic never before seen in a steakhouse environment.
“We want to breakdown all of the traditional barriers associated with a normal steakhouse,” explains Sam Marvin. “We have completely rethought the concept and will provide an eclectic menu of urban grill-meets-traditional steakhouse in an open dining room complete with exhibition kitchen, proprietary spices and rubs, a classic cocktail menu with new twists, the freshest seafood and the only restaurant with its own namesake butcher shop.”  In addition, Echo & Rig will be serving breakfast, brunch and lunch featuring a vast array of dishes, fresh mixed concepts and pressed juices. “We have designed Echo & Rig to be a community and social gathering place, not just a special occasion steak restaurant.”
With a menu offering more than 90 items made with quality products like natural prime grass fed beef, wild day-boat seafood and farmers market fresh fruits and vegetables, Echo & Rig’s menu design is passionately driven by artistry, quality and value.  Featuring favorite cuts of beef as well as selections of meat not usually found on the menu – ranging from the Hanger to the Skirt to Flank – Echo & Rig will also feature the traditional dishes along with fresh fish, including Alaskan Halibut and day-boat Sea Bass and a unique selection of small plates.
Echo & Rig will also remove the high costs associated with the steakhouse experience. In its place will be a menu that is high-end, yet affordable with pricing that ranges from $18 per person for brunch, $24 for lunch and less than $35 for dinner.  According to Marvin, the days of 20, 30 and 40 oz. cuts are a thing of the past.  “People just don’t eat like that anymore.  They want to enjoy a great piece of meat but also explore and enjoy a myriad of other delicious offerings. With our extensive menu we are providing choices besides just meat and a few standard sides. No need to forsake premium quality, flavor and experience for price.  We want to deliver that to our guests and we will.”

 

The Echo & Rig Butcher Shop is an integral and distinctive part of the overall restaurant, dining and retail experience. Carefully chosen by Marvin, the expert butcher, Trevor Morones – a butcher savant at only 23 years old and trained under New York’s legendary Pat LaFrieda, will showcase his skillful yet traditional butchering techniques, combining the precision of classical training with a modern day approach focusing on a “nose to tail” program.  The Echo & Rig Butcher Shop will offer an enhanced expert level of tailored, personalized attention and relationships focusing on customer service that comes complete with beautifully packaged meats in their branded crisp blue butcher-paper with twine and wax seal.
 “People want to find value and quality in every dollar they spend. The butcher shop of late was one where the butcher knew your name and you knew his. Butchering is a lost craft and skill, and one that was highly respected,” notes Marvin. “The butcher was highly regarded because these were items you were feeding to your family and you were able to trust the person selling it to you. Unfortunately none of that is relevant in today’s markets.  We will change that at the Echo & Rig Butcher Shop – it will be a place to stop by on your way out and bring home tomorrow night’s dinner or pop in and have Trevor help you create a great dinner as you head home from work. Either way, we have no doubt that people will be eating the best meats possible and know a bit more about it before they prepare and cook it.”
In addition to overseeing the restaurant experience, the kitchen and the menu, Marvin (along with Morones) will also take part in live restaurant demonstrations, special programming and community outreach – all with the common cause to inspire the guests and community to not only enjoy the superior meats found at Echo & Rig, but also learn about the best cuts, preparation and nutritional advantages.
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse will serve breakfast daily including fresh-pressed juices and a sumptuous selection of fresh baked goods and delicacies. The breakfast menu will flow directly into the lunch and dinner menu starting at 11 a.m. A late night menu is available on weekends and a lavish brunch will be featured Saturday and Sunday inviting guests to relax and enjoy the true art of dining with friends and family while indulging in great food and quality time together.
Echo & Rig will be a favorite destination and experience, not just a place for the best meal in town.  In typical Sam Marvin fashion, not a detail will be spared in his ultimate pursuit of excellence.
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse is located in Tivoli Village in Las Vegas at 440 S. Rampart Blvd. Valet Parking is available.  Private events of varying sizes are welcome in the main dining room or the picturesque outdoor patios located on the first and second floors.
For more information, visit www.echoandrig.com or contact info@echoandrig.com

Vegas24Seven.com had the pleasure to attend a Sneak Preview of Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse at Tivoli Village! Echo & Rig is a beautiful Steakhouse. The chef and owners took us around on a tour. From all kinds of meats at the Butcher Shop to the the bar and lastly upstairs to taste some of the menu. The plates that we tried were excellent as was the service. We had a great time and can not wait to bring the family in!!! Make sure you stop by and the Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse that Vegas24Seven sent you! Opening Friday, Aug 30, just in time for Labor Day Weekend

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Sam Marvin’s Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse to Debut In Tivoli Village Late August

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SAM MARVIN’S BUTCHER AND STEAKHOUSE OF THE FUTURE,
 
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DEBUTS IN LAS VEGAS LATE AUGUST
 
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse Launches Modern Day Butcher, New Urban Social
Dining Experience and 90+ Menu Selections in a 12,500 Square Foot Open Dining Room
 
 

 

 How do you take a classic staple of American dining, the steakhouse, and break down the traditional thinking to create something entirely new and exciting?  That was the question that acclaimed chef and restaurateur Sam Marvin (creator of the much-celebrated Los Angeles restaurant Bottega Louie) posed when he decided the time was right to reinvent what has long been the trademarks of the steakhouse genre – masculine vibe, dark rooms, fancy waiters, slabs of oversized beef and overly expensive pricing. The answer became Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse, opening late-August at the charming Tivoli Village just off of Summerlin Parkway; 15 minutes from the famed Las Vegas Strip.

 

At Echo & Rig, Marvin introduces a pioneering new concept which will transform the long-held theories behind the steakhouse formula while simultaneously reintroducing the neighborhood butcher shop. The Echo & Rig Butcher Shop is a stunning homage to meat featuring one of the most acclaimed butchers in the country, a large open glass meat locker, vertical displays and an exhibition/demonstration area.

 

Even before entering the expansive restaurant, guests will immediately discover that Echo & Rig is something exceptional. Designed under Marvin’s meticulous eye, the floor-to-ceiling showcase windows provide a view directly into the Butcher Shop and to the open concept, two-floor eatery. Filled with light and open spaces, the European-influenced design features rose-hued marble floors and walls and rich woods combined with industrial features that give the butcher shop and restaurant energy and a design aesthetic never before seen in a steakhouse environment.

 

“We want to breakdown all of the traditional barriers associated with a normal steakhouse,” explains Sam Marvin. “We have completely rethought the concept and will provide an eclectic menu of urban grill-meets-traditional steakhouse in an open dining room complete with exhibition kitchen, proprietary spices and rubs, a classic cocktail menu with new twists, the freshest seafood and the only restaurant with its own namesake butcher shop.”  In addition, Echo & Rig will be serving breakfast, brunch and lunch featuring a vast array of dishes, fresh mixed concepts and pressed juices. “We have designed Echo & Rig to be a community and social gathering place, not just a special occasion steak restaurant.”

 

With a menu offering more than 90 items made with quality products like natural prime grass fed beef, wild day-boat seafood and farmers market fresh fruits and vegetables, Echo & Rig’s menu design is passionately driven by artistry, quality and value.  Featuring favorite cuts of beef as well as selections of meat not usually found on the menu – ranging from the Hanger to the Skirt to Flank – Echo & Rig will also feature the traditional dishes along with fresh fish, including Alaskan Halibut and day-boat Sea Bass and a unique selection of small plates.

 

Echo & Rig will also remove the high costs associated with the steakhouse experience. In its place will be a menu that is high-end, yet affordable with pricing that ranges from $18 per person for brunch, $24 for lunch and less than $35 for dinner.  According to Marvin, the days of 20, 30 and 40 oz. cuts are a thing of the past.  “People just don’t eat like that anymore.  They want to enjoy a great piece of meat but also explore and enjoy a myriad of other delicious offerings. With our extensive menu we are providing choices besides just meat and a few standard sides. No need to forsake premium quality, flavor and experience for price.  We want to deliver that to our guests and we will.”

 

The Echo & Rig Butcher Shop is an integral and distinctive part of the overall restaurant, dining and retail experience. Carefully chosen by Marvin, the expert butcher, Trevor Morones – a butcher savant at only 23 years old and trained under New York’s legendary Pat LaFrieda, will showcase his skillful yet traditional butchering techniques, combining the precision of classical training with a modern day approach focusing on a “nose to tail” program.  The Echo & Rig Butcher Shop will offer an enhanced expert level of tailored, personalized attention and relationships focusing on customer service that comes complete with beautifully packaged meats in their branded crisp blue butcher-paper with twine and wax seal.
 “People want to find value and quality in every dollar they spend. The butcher shop of late was one where the butcher knew your name and you knew his. Butchering is a lost craft and skill, and one that was highly respected,” notes Marvin. “The butcher was highly regarded because these were items you were feeding to your family and you were able to trust the person selling it to you. Unfortunately none of that is relevant in today’s markets.  We will change that at the Echo & Rig Butcher Shop – it will be a place to stop by on your way out and bring home tomorrow night’s dinner or pop in and have Trevor help you create a great dinner as you head home from work. Either way, we have no doubt that people will be eating the best meats possible and know a bit more about it before they prepare and cook it.”

 

In addition to overseeing the restaurant experience, the kitchen and the menu, Marvin (along with Morones) will also take part in live restaurant demonstrations, special programming and community outreach – all with the common cause to inspire the guests and community to not only enjoy the superior meats found at Echo & Rig, but also learn about the best cuts, preparation and nutritional advantages.
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse will serve breakfast daily including fresh-pressed juices and a sumptuous selection of fresh baked goods and delicacies. The breakfast menu will flow directly into the lunch and dinner menu starting at 11 a.m. A late night menu is available on weekends and a lavish brunch will be featured Saturday and Sunday inviting guests to relax and enjoy the true art of dining with friends and family while indulging in great food and quality time together.

 

Echo & Rig will be a favorite destination and experience, not just a place for the best meal in town.  In typical Sam Marvin fashion, not a detail will be spared in his ultimate pursuit of excellence.
Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse is located in Tivoli Village in Las Vegas at 440 S. Rampart Blvd. Valet Parking is available.  Private events of varying sizes are welcome in the main dining room or the picturesque outdoor patios located on the first and second floors.
For more information, visit www.echoandrig.com or contact info@echoandrig.com