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miX features contemporary and classic French and American dishes with global accents, as well as signature dishes from Alain Ducasse’s restaurants in Paris and Monte Carlo. Alain Ducasse -- the brand -- is everywhere. Alain Ducasse the man, however, can't be. He's therefore anointed Jason Arbusto as executive chef at miX. Passionate about his work, he has created an innovative yet classic menu that will tickle your palate and have you begging for more. Chef Arbusto has an amazing story: Although he couldn't speak French, and had no working papers, he landed a job working for the legendary Alain Ducasse in France just three months out of culinary school. After eight years abroad, however, he moved to Las Vegas and settled at Ducasse's miX. Here, the cuisine makes your mouth water, and so does the wine list, which is both delicious and affordable. Sommelier Christophe Tassan keeps up with current wine trends and ensures that the wine list is well maintained. There are even sustainable wines on the list, marked by a ladybug. If you'd care to read more about our meal at miX, you can read our exclusive interview with Chef Arbusto here; or, if you'd like to hear about his favorite neighborhood places in Las Vegas, click here. Finally, if you'd like to see the menu and the rest of the profile, please continue reading.

Appetizers: Bigeye Tuna Tartare (mango chutney and taro chips, half, $12 / full, $22); Seared Duck Foie Gras (date and Meyer lemon confit, half, $15 / full, $28); "Charcuterie" Sampler (San Daniele secolo prosciutto, Italian rosemary cotto ham, assorted dried sausages, half, $13 / full, $24); Spicy Crab Salad (guacamole, cucumber and green papaya, $20); Warm Summer Vegetable Tart (heirloom tomatoes, $18); Shrimp Cocktail (horseradish, spicy tomato syrup, $20); Chilled Zucchini Soup (fresh ricotta and basil, $14); Lobster Caesar Salad ($26); Caspian Golden Osetra Caviar (1 oz., blinis, crème fraiche, $160).
   
     
    
Halibut

Fish & Meat: Seared Barramundi (vegetable mosaique, basil pesto, ratatouille jus, $29); Cod Brandade (lemon, capers, brown butter, croutons and fried parsley, $32); Halibut (saffron braised potatoes, fennel, bouillabaisse sauce, $34); Roasted Chicken (vegetable and raisin couscous, chicken jus, $29); Rack of Colorado Lamb (farro, apricot confit, piquillos and green onions, $39).

Dry Aged: Braised Wagyu (en cocotte, $34); New York Strip (10 oz., USDA prime, $42); Boneless Ribeye (USDA prime, 12 oz., $46); Filet Mignon (7 oz., USDA prime, plain or pepper crusted, $44); Bison Tenderloin (7 oz., USDA prime, pepper crusted, black pepper sauce, $48).

Sauces & Spicy Condiments: Riviera; Black Pepper Corn; Mostarda di Cremona; Barbecue Spicy Homemade Ketchup; Béarnaise; Bordelaise; Rockefeller.

   
Meal Price Ranges: Glass of Wine $16 - $22
Appetizer $12 - $160
Entree $29 - $48
Dessert $10 - $12
     
      
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