Las Vegas may be known as Sin City, but its many delectable restaurants also make it the perfect place for a family affair. Just ask Mike Tyson, who celebrated his mother-in-law’s birthday at N9NE Steakhouse inside the Palms Thursday night (Jan. 10).
According to the restaurant’s PR team, the former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, his wife Kiki Tyson and a group of 10 family members celebrated Kiki’s mother’s birthday in N9NE’s private dining room. The retired boxer, one-man Broadway show star and soon-to-be “Law & Order: SVU” guest star enjoyed a light dinner of specially made pasta and vegetables with olive oil while sipping on water. After dinner, Tyson went into the kitchen to thank the staff and sign N9NE executive chef Barry Dakake’s “shakedown door.” The group reportedly celebrated at N9NE for more than three hours.
A celebrity favorite in Las Vegas (just ask Lisa Lampanelli, or Jenny McCarthy, or Bobby Slayton, or Robert Kelly, or Greg Fitzsimmons…the list goes on and on), N9NE Steakhouse represents a bold new era for the great American steakhouse and generates a scene that redefines the beloved American dining institution. Created by executive chef Barry S. Dakake, signature dishes include the N9NE Rock Shrimp, Sashimi N9NE, Garbage salad, Organic Fire Chicken, Kobe Burger, Lobster Mashed Potatoes and a variety of prime-aged steaks such as Bone-in Filet Mignon and Bone-in Ribeye. A circular bar lies in the center of the room beneath a domed silver-leaf ceiling with a 300-color computerized lighting system. Attesting to the restaurant’s timeless design, N9NE Steakhouse features luxury components such as limestone walls, mirrored mosaics, ultra-chic booths, a glass-ensconced wine room, a sleek lounge and a private dining room.
N9NE Steakhouse is open Sun.-Thurs. from 5:30 p.m.–10 p.m. and Fri.-Sat. from 5:30 p.m.–11 p.m. To make your reservation, call 702-933-9900.