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Where to eat, drink and see a show — between the shows.

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She by Morton's

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WWD Special Report issue 02/19/2013

Where to eat, drink and see a show — between the shows.


Plucked out of a scene from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel “The Great Gatsby,” She by Morton’s is a boutique steak house and nightclub with all the design trappings of the Roaring Twenties.

Bold geometric shapes with mirrors and crystals adorn the 6,000-square-foot space in rich, dark colors of merlot and Bordeaux. Actress Eva Longoria and partner Tilman J. Fertitta, president, chief executive officer and sole shareholder of Landry’s Inc., launched the new dining concept on New Year’s Eve — replacing Beso and Eve, Longoria’s former restaurant and nightclub in that location.

The restaurant, located on the first level, features private dining rooms and an indoor-outdoor lounge. Guests can choose from a variety of steak and seafood dishes by chef Todd Mark Miller, like the beef short ribs with chive potato puree and red wine gravy ($29) or sea bass bites with ponzu glaze, cilantro yogurt and avocado ($21).

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The in-house sommelier can recommend a wine to pair with any meal, and specialty cocktails are also available — like the SHe Likes Chocolate, a mix of Van Gogh chocolate vodka and Godiva Chocolate Liqueur ($15).

The theatrical nightclub, located on the upper level, features tiered seating to create the illusion of participation with a host of interactive performances and featured DJs.

She by Morton’s
Crystals at CityCenter
3720 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Tel.: 702-254-2376
Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 5:30 to 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5:30 p.m. to midnight.
Club: Friday to Sunday, 10:30 p.m. until the party ends; no cover charge.
Entrees: $12 to $96

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