What Now reported recently that Chef Eyal Shani’s global pita restaurant brand Miznon is heading to the Venetian Resort. Miznon has outposts in cities all over the world, include Paris, Singapore, Melbourne, and New York City, where it offers a selection of pita pockets, plus dishes like Ratatouille, Masabaha Lima Beans, and an “Intimate Plate” with slow-cooked beef and roots stew, tahini, and chili peppers.
Alongside this concept, opening at the Venetian (as early as the end of 2022, according to recent coverage by Eater Las Vegas), the chef will open an outpost of HaSalon, an extremely exclusive concept that allows the chef to display a maximal level creativity. In its first form, HaSalon offered—twice a week, to about 40 people each night—a new menu with ingredients gathered and assembled that day.
HaSalon has since gone global too: it has locations in Ibiza, New York, and Miami, and it is headed to Toronto, London, and Paris. It is now open three nights a week, with two seatings a night, and it continues to offer an ever-changing menu—plus a bit of a party, with guests encouraged, as the night goes on, to dance atop the tables.
The Israeli chef’s food draws influences from French and Japanese cooking, with a nightly menu coming in around $70 per person.