Catch Hospitality Group, known for its successful seafood-centric CATCH restaurants with locations in New York, Los Angeles, Playa del Carmen and Las Vegas, will open their first ever sister restaurant, CATCH STEAK. As announced in the New York Post earlier this month, Michael Vignola, former Corporate Executive Chef at BR Guest Hospitality overseeing Strip House & Bills Bar and Burger will serve as Executive Chef. Working with Chef John Beatty, CATCH Hospitality Group Director of Culinary, Chef Vignola will create and develop the menu, design the kitchen space and oversee the CATCH STEAK kitchen.
The new concept steak house created by Eugene Remm, Mark Birnbaum and Tillman J. Fertitta, the power players behind Catch Hospitality Group, will combine the authority of a classic steakhouse with the fun, sexy vibe of a Catch Hospitality Group property.
The 15,000 square foot theatrical venue, designed by Rockwell Group, will take over the former La Sirena space in New York’s Meatpacking District. Set to open this fall, CATCH STEAK will remix memorable steakhouse motifs in a style that is lighter, brighter and fresher than its category counterparts. CATCH STEAK will set the tone for a more approachable steakhouse experience, serving a curated collection of the world’s best cuts and globally influenced dishes in a shareable style.
“I am thrilled to be joining Catch Hospitality Group,” says Chef Vignola. “Overseeing the creation of the menu at CATCH STEAK is a unique opportunity to be part of a visionary team that truly approaches dining differently, creating authentic and elevated experiences through enhanced food, service and vibe.”
For more information: https://catchrestaurants.com/
About CATCH Hospitality Group
CATCH Hospitality Group partners Eugene Remm, Mark Birnbaum and Tilman J. Fertitta have propelled globally-influenced seafood restaurant CATCH (2011) from a standalone NYC flagship to an international phenomenon with successful locations in Los Angeles, Playa del Carmen and Las Vegas at the ARIA Resort & Casino.