Carve Prime Rib Now Open at Cannery

No matter how you slice it, Carve Prime Rib, the new steakhouse at Cannery Casino Hotel in North Las Vegas, is a cut above its competition.

Make that four cuts above. The restaurant’s signature specialty features 40-day, dry-aged Midwestern corn-fed, tender prime rib offered at 10, 12, 14 and 16 ounces. Each is served with a house salad or corn chowder and buttery mashed potatoes.

The menu also includes mouthwatering pork porterhouse, roasted salmon, pan-seared scallops as well as chicken and shrimp entrees. Plus, choose from a generous assortment of house-made appetizers, such as Portobello mushrooms and asparagus fries, and classic shrimp cocktail or crab cakes. There are plenty of delectable side dishes and delightful desserts sure to please any palate. The must-try sizzling deep dish apple pie is topped with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce served tableside on a hot cast-iron skillet.

Cannery Casino Hotel Food and Beverage Director Steve Uricchio describes the completely remodeled restaurant with an exhibition kitchen as upscale and modern, yet warm and inviting. But most important, a great value.

“Carve is the place to have a delicious meal and a great experience in elegant décor, with quality service at an affordable price,” said Uricchio.

“After 15 years, Cannery’s steakhouse was due for a refresh,” said Ryan Paulos, Cannery Casino Hotel Vice President and General Manager. “With sister property Aliante just down the road, we wanted our steakhouse to complement its offerings. Visitors will now have more options within the vicinity to enjoy casual fine dining at Cannery or the AAA four-diamond experience at Aliante.”

One thing that did not change was the team members. Uricchio said 100 percent of the staff was retained.

The expanded lounge and bar with five large-screen televisions has additional seating to accommodate larger crowds on show nights and weekends.

“It’s especially popular during sporting events when guests are watching games and want to enjoy a few drinks and small bites,” said Nicole Stuart, Cannery Casino Hotel Director of Marketing. “But if guests want to enjoy a full meal in the lounge or bar, they are more than welcome to do so. We’re excited about using this space in all ways that best serve our customers.”

The bar menu features an extensive list of signature cocktails, including classics such as a Manhattan, Old-Fashioned and Sidecar, plus contemporary favorites, wines and brews. Specially-priced cocktails will be available during a daily social hour between 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Carve is open for dinner Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. For reservations, please visit: www.cannerycasino.com/dine/fine-dining/carve-prime-rib