LAS VEGAS – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is synonymous for bringing life to the saying, “party like a rock star,” with its rock and roll entertainment, famous poolside and nightlife parties, exquisite restaurants and luxurious hotel accommodations, all under one roof since its inception in 1995. Continuing to transform the legendary Sin City experience, the off-strip property introduces its newest culinary destination, 35 Steaks + Martinis, beginning Friday, September 2.
Guests are invited to unbutton their culinary inhibitions and discover the latest addition to the Las Vegas fine dining scene. 35 offers a unique marriage of traditional steakhouse cuisine and libations, complemented with clean, classic yet cutting edge design. Some of the eye-catching accents include custom chrome-plated chandeliers suspended from the main room, as well as black pearl glass pendants and white shell sconces adorned in the private dining area. The main room presents two elevations with silver, textured walls, split-faced marble stone and chocolate padded columns. The bar and lounge area features welcoming yet elegant fabrics and patterns as well as chrome and glass shelving, offering the perfect spot for people-watching. Rock and roll influences are executed through raw black and white photography scattered throughout the space.
Indulgent signature dishes include the Tomahawk Steak, a 35-day aged, 35-ounce prime steak, Surf and Turf Skewers, Colorado Lamb, Organic Herb-Roasted Chicken and sides such as Apple-Wood Bacon Creamed Spinach and Fresh Cut Salt and Vinegar Fries. For small bites, The Lounge offers specialty bar snacks, late night. Flavor-infused libations include the 35 Gimlet, featuring cucumber essence and a touch of Hendrick’s Gin label, as well as the Spicy Signature Serrano Martini, a spicy blend of Belvedere Intense Vodka, fresh lime juice and Serrano pepper. The extensive wine list includes guests’ favorite, “Wines that Rock,” which feature Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin labels as well as award-winning wines such as Alexander Valley Silver Oak.