Butcher Shop
Butcher Shop
History
Concept Origin

How do you take a classic staple of American dining, the steakhouse, and break down the traditional thinking to create something entirely new and exciting?  That was the question that acclaimed chef and restaurateur Sam Marvin (creator of the much-celebrated Los Angeles restaurant Bottega Louie) posed when he decided the time was right to reinvent what has long been the trademarks of the steakhouse genre – masculine vibe, dark rooms, fancy waiters, slabs of oversized beef and overly expensive pricing. The answer became Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse, just opened at the charming Tivoli Village just off of Summerlin Parkway; 15 minutes from the famed Las Vegas Strip.

At Echo & Rig, Marvin introduces a pioneering new concept which will transform the long-held theories behind the steakhouse formula while simultaneously reintroducing the neighborhood butcher shop. The Echo & Rig Butcher Shop is a stunning homage to meat featuring one of the most acclaimed butchers in the country, a large open glass meat locker, vertical displays and an exhibition/demonstration area.

Butcher’s Cuts: $25.2

Skirt Steak: Cowboy Marinade “Aka Ushi Cattle”
Tri-Tip: Santa Maria Rub Niman Ranch  “All Natural”
Flank: Garlic & Lemon Snake River Farms “Black Wagyu”
Hanger: Fresh Herbs “USDA Natural Prime”


 

CUT TO ORDER “AKA USHI BEEF” By the oz. Price

Bone-in New York Strip
Tomahawk Rib-Eye
Porterhouse

SPENCER STEAK
“Double RR Ranch”
Made Famous by Jocco’s since 1917! This old school cut of beef is an all-time favorite!

RIB EYE CAP

“Double RR Ranch” (Limited Quantities)
The absolute best part of the rib eye.

BOHEMIAN STEAK

“Snake River Farms American Kobe”
Another old-school Chicago stockyard cut