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Zagat names Heritage Steak one of the most important restaurants of 2013

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Grilled lamb ribs at Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak at Mirage.
Photo: Leila Navidi

Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak, which opened in August at the Mirage, continues to rack up accolades in its first year. In December, Zagat named it one of the 25 Most Important Restaurants of 2013.

Heritage Steak was the only Las Vegas restaurant on Zagat’s list while other food-centric cities like New York City, LA, San Francisco, Boston, Seattle, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. were well-represented.

The new American steakhouse from the James Beard Award-winning chef and head judge on TV’s Top Chef specializes in open-flame cooking.

“In a short period of time, Heritage Steak has become a destination restaurant in Las Vegas and the response from our guests has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Mirage Vice President of Food & Beverage Julian Griffiths. “Tom and his team have done a great job of creating a unique culinary experience and we are humbled to be acknowledged as one of the most important restaurants of the year.”

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