SHe By Morton’s Celebrates Fall with New Menu Items
November 5, 2013 by VegasNews.com
SHe by Morton’s, located just steps away from the main entrance of ARIA at The Shops at Crystals, has introduced new signature entrées, appetizers and side dishes, as well as an autumn-inspired cocktail, for fall (Pictured: Thai Chicken Skewers).
The Dover Sole, priced at $32, is topped with a lemon cáper butter sauce and accompanied by whipped potatoes, haricot vert and fresh tomatoes. SHe’s Signature Veal Chop, priced at $68, is a garlic-marinated Provimi veal chop broiled to each guest’s desired temperature and finished with an aged balsamic drizzle.
New appetizers include the Thai Chicken Skewers, priced at $16, served with Bibb lettuce and Asian-marinated cucumber salad and Eva’s Guacamole, priced at $18, made with jumbo lump crab and rock lobster and served with fresh tortilla chips.
Seasonal sides include Mac N SHeESE, made with cavatappi pasta tossed in a three-cheese sauce with Applewood-smoked bacon and roasted jalapeños, priced at $10; house-made Gnocchi tossed with a veal essence and fresh herbs, priced at $11; and Lobster Whipped Potatoes, made with creamy Yukon Gold whipped potatoes tossed with rock lobster meat, topped with a creamy butter sauce and crispy shallots, priced at $15.
The Caramel Appletini, priced at $15, is made with Stoli Gala Applik, Stoli Salted Karamel, Baileys Caramel Liqueur, half and half, caramel syrup and topped with a floating apple slice. Please see below recipe:
- 1 ½ oz. Stoli Gala Applik
- 1 oz. Stoli Salted Karamel
- 1 oz. Baileys Caramel Liqueur
- ½ oz. half and half
Drizzle martini glass with homemade caramel sauce. Vigorously shake all ingredients together in a cocktail shaker and strain into prepared glass. Garnish with a fresh apple slice. Drizzle with additional caramel sauce.
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