Just a quick update from the Wynn over in Vegas. Back in July Daniel Boulud Brasserie announced it would shutter, then shortly thereafter came word that David Walzog of neighboring SW Steakhouse would reinvision the space. In two weeks Walzog will debut his new concept, Lakeside Grill, which emphasizes five techniques: grilling, braising, oven-roasting, poaching and charbroiling. Walzog states that “while SW offers a traditional steakhouse experience, Lakeside Grill serves contemporary American cuisine...what I hope will be a fresh approach to familiar food."
The menu opens with small plates such as strip steak sandwiches with caramelized shallots and truffled Robiola cheese; garlic breaded meatballs with puttanesca; and tempura maine lobster tail with sriracha aioli. Entrees include pizza and pasta preperations, Dover sole with melted leeks and confit tomatoes and a Fisherman's pot pie with lobster, crab, scallops and shellfish cream in addition to a variety of proteins prepared in the methods described above.
·Vegas' Daniel Boulud Brasserie Finally Calls it Quits [~ELA~]
·Lakeside Grill To Replace Daniel Boulud in Vegas [~ELA~]
— David Morris