Echo & Rig

Rig Idea

A Mammoth Off-Strip Steakhouse

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Pop standards.

Greeting cards.

Couplets of iambic pentameter.

None of them have ever really adequately captured your love of steak.

No, only lots of steak can do that.

Welcome to Echo & Rig, an enormous, bi-level palace of cocktails, butchery and so much steak, now open for your off-Strip convenience.

12,500 square feet. That’s what you’ve got here. Which means you and as many staunch carnivores as you can fit into a comically stretched vehicle will head here when you need a little respite from the bright lights and naked humanity of the Strip. Respite in the form of lemon-and-garlic tri-tip beef.

There are many ways to approach this. We suggest... them all. Downstairs, you’ve got your massive patio and meat bar. Like a sushi bar, but meat. Charcuterie, sausage platters, quick solo lunch stuff. Also: a cocktail bar sporting fresh-pressed juices (wouldn’t want the sausage to get lonely).

Upstairs, you’ve got, yes, kind of a Henderson, NV, power-dining scene. A sweeping expanse of wraparound leather banquettes for groups who like Wyoming Wagyu skirt steak and Colorado lamb porterhouse chops.

And then there’s the butcher. Pretty sides of pork, lamb and beef all cut to order by the inch.

Or by the decimeter if you prefer the metric system.


Echo & Rig
at Tivoli Village
440 S Rampart Blvd
Las Vegas, NV, 89145


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