Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 30, 2008
Every year, Wine Spectator magazine unveils their picks for the finest restaurants in the country offering interesting and diverse wine selections that align to each restaurant's specific cuisine and cater to a wide range of wine palates.
To qualify for an award, the wine list must present complete and accurate wine information. Wine selections must include vintages and appellations by the glass. Complete producer names and correct spelling is required, in addition to the overall presentation and appearance of the wine list.
For the fourth year in a row, ENVY, a Las Vegas steakhouse, located within the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel was recognized with the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. This year the competition proved steep and the judging categories were narrowed down significantly with the following guidelines judged across the board:
- Wine Director/ Sommelier
- Wine Strength
- Wine Selections
- Wine Pricing
- Cuisine Type
- Menu Pricing
Designed to please even the most discerning of tastes, the award-winning ENVY Las Vegas steak restaurant is the premier restaurant for fine dining in Las Vegas. Originally inspired by Richard Chamberlain, Chef Stefan Kauth implements the exquisite menu features innovative dishes - and the finest gourmet steaks in Las Vegas.
The elegant and sophisticated ENVY steakhouse in Las Vegas offers the perfect combination of upscale ambiance and comfort. Guests will quickly discover that no other gourmet steak restaurant in Las Vegas compares to ENVY - from the innovative dishes to the fine wine and classic atmosphere. Unwind before dinner in the 60-seat, refined lounge with your choice of fine wine from ENVY's collection of more than 1500 in the walk-in wine cellar.
This Las Vegas steak restaurant offers a fine dining experience so sinfully delicious, it should be forbidden.
About ENVY The Steakhouse
While the term "steakhouse" conjures images of a staid and dimly lit men's club, ENVY's sleek, open design boldly announces a new paradigm. Pat Murphy's design for the restaurant is a study in balance: expansive windows and high ceilings create a lofty sense of space, while elements such as a candle-lit, walk-in wine cellar and a 1,500-bottle wine wall, impart warmth and structure. Guests can choose from an extensive hand-selected Las Vegas restaurant wine list as they nestle in one of ENVY's spacious, welcoming booths. VIP guests can enjoy a chef's table in a private booth with a front row view of the open kitchen. In its fourth year of operation, ENVY has received a plethora of Las Vegas restaurant reviews, a two-time recipient of the prestigious Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for its outstanding wine list, the restaurant has been named to Las Vegas Life's coveted Dining Guide 'A' List and was also named "Best New Restaurant Off the Strip" in the February 2006 issue. ENVY the Steakhouse was also a key participant in the 2007 Food Network South Beach Food & Wine Festival, a national, star-studded, four-day weekend event showcasing the talents of the world's most renowned wine and spirits producers, chefs and culinary personalities. For more information on ENVY Steakhouse, visit http://www.envysteakhouse.com.
The hotel and restaurant can be reached by phone at (702) 784-5716 toll free at (866) 352-3434. Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel is the newest development project of the Jackson-Shaw company of Dallas and can be visited on the Web at http://www.renaissancelasvegas.com.