Gaming Strategy
Featured Stories
Legal News Financial News Casino Opening and Remodeling News Gaming Industry Executives Search News Subscribe
Newsletter Signup
Stay informed with the
NEW Casino City Times newsletter!
Related Links
Related News
Search Our Archive of Gaming Articles 

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés unveils new takeaway menu

2 October 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Bazaar Meat by Chef José Andrés launches its first-ever takeaway menu, allowing guests to enjoy its award-winning carnivorous fare at home. Beginning Friday, 2 October, the restaurant will offer large-format meals serving up to three people, as well as à la carte selections, desserts and beverages.

Those looking for a feast can choose from selections including Rosewood Texas Ribeye ($170), Chateubriand of Brandt Beef Tenderloin ($150), Secreto Ibérico Pork ($110) or Merino Lamb Rack ($110). When ordering, guests can select their desired temperature, or chose to have the meat uncooked, and prepare it at home with step-by-step instructions from Chef Alex Pitts, to ensure the meat is prepared to perfection. Other entrée selections include Slow-Roasted Wagyu Brisket ($100) or Argentinian-Style Wagyu Shortrib ($100), which both require 24-hour notice. Each meal serves two to three people and includes a selection of five starters like the beloved buttered potato puree as well as traditional Spanish flan for dessert.

À la carte offerings include the recently-launched Bazaar Burger ($22), Butifarra Catalan Pork Sausage ($26), Skirt Steak ($38), and a quarter Crispy Suckling Pig ($160), as well as a tasting portion of the renowned Vaca Vieja ($35). For smaller bites and sweets, guests can choose from Fire-Roasted Leeks ($15), Setas al Ajillo ($15), Ice Creams by the Pint ($8), and two Dark Chocolate and Almond Eclairs ($8). In addition to a selection of bottles of sparkling, white, rosé and red wines, Bazaar Meat is now offering a red or white sangria kit ($20) for guests to make and enjoy at home.

The takeaway menu must be ordered online at, and orders are accepted up until at least one hour in advance, with pickup between 4 and 9:30 p.m., Friday through Sunday. For pickup, guests will never have to leave the comfort of their car as they’ll be directed to pull up to the main valet at SAHARA Las Vegas and text upon arrival so food and any necessary instructions can be brought out and placed in the car.

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés is the James Beard award-winning chef’s wild and wonderful celebration of the carnivorous that offers guests a groundbreaking culinary experience. Since opening at SAHARA Las Vegas, the restaurant has received numerous awards and accolades, including “Best Restaurant in Nevada” by Business Insider. Bazaar Meat by José Andrés is currently open Friday through Sunday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

< Gaming News