Monday, August 25, 2014

Marriott beefs up with fishy Heritage Grille Steak and Fin

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The Little Rock Marriott has changed the look, menu and name of its restaurant, replacing Pancetta with Heritage Grille Steak and Fin. The dining area now includes a bar — moved from the lobby (where a new bar is in place) — and a larger menu.

On the fin (or shellfish) side are wild-caught shrimp cocktails, lobster cocktail, a raw bar, calamari specials, shrimp and grits, little neck clams, tuna tartare tacos, salmon and other fishes. On the steak side, find Black Angus filets, ribeyes, porterhouse and New York strip steaks, pork chops and lamb.  Here's the lunch menu;  here's the raw bar and starter menu and  here's the rest of the dinner menu.

The grill's catch of the day: Oysters from Cape Cod, fresh Maine lobster and fresh red fish.  Chef is Michael Mayer, who also presided over Pancetta. Heritage Grille Steak and Fin opened Aug. 14; lunch is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday through Friday, noon to 2 p.m. on the weekends. Dinner is 5:30-10 p.m. daily. The lounge is open until midnight.

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