Morels Steakhouse is located in the Palazzo, a luxury hotel and casino resort that only has suites. As far as location goes, it does not get much better than this. The fact that it is located between the Venetian and the Wynn make it a magnet for drawing tourists that are walking the strip.
The restaurant has a wide variety of French-American cuisine with an award-winning wine list, fresh charcuterie, fine cheese and a large selection of seafood. Of course, the emphasis is in quality steaks. Executive Chef J.L. Carrera and his talented staff work well with General Manager Chuck Scimeca and his service professionals to make sure that every person who visits Morels has a dining experience they will never forget.
From terrific hospitality to delicious food, this place has all the bases covered. Morels is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, unlike many other fine dining establishments. On the weekend, they offer a first class brunch. Breakfast features pastries, fresh fruit, griddle specialties, traditional sides, 10 organic egg entries and samplings from the cheese bar.
The menu served in the mid-day has a nice variety of sandwiches and burgers served with either a side of authentic pommes frites or a traditional mesclun salad. A wonderful selection of iced seafood and main courses are also made available during the lunch hour.
Morels is famous for their 28-day aged beef that is grilled under a broiler that is 1,200 degrees. It is served with Morel mushroom sauce and a bordelaise that is house-made. Some of the other mouth-watering items you will find on the dinner menu include seafood fettuccine, chef’s country mac & cheese, artichoke au morels, potato dauphinois, sautéed green beans in foie gras butter, 32-ounce Porterhouse steaks and filet mignon.