Chef Bryan Ogden Opens Mixx, Home of Las Vegas’ Largest Circular Grill

This restaurant and lounge heats up Summerlin with an unique first class dining experience
Staff Writer

Elaine and Scott Harris

The Mixx offers an eclectic mix of international cooking styles that include seafood influences from the South Pacific and China.

Over the last few years Summerlin Las Vegas has become a gastronomic epicenter featuring renowned restaurants, lounges, and bars. Most recently, restaurateur JP Teresi has teamed up with the young and talented chef Bryan Ogden to open Mixx Grill and Lounge in the fashionable Boca Park dining and shopping area.

Your eyes can’t help but be drawn to the star of the show, a 4,400 pound hardened steel grill. “The grill took quiet an effort bring into the venue and install,” JP said with pride. “This grill was quite a learning curve for me. It maintains approximately 400 degrees over the entire grill,” Bryan added. The grill is not all that sets Mixx apart.

Guests have the option of 28 appetizers to dress up a tasty protein of choice. Once you have your masterpiece ingredients to your likening, walk over to the grill, stand by chef Bryan as he puts the final touches on your creation. Of course, you can stay in your comfortable seat, while the chef and his staff create a dish for you right off the menu. Wild, line caught ahi tuna was a favorite of ours, of course the wagyu beef is spectacular as well.

Dive into a signature cocktail from the mixologist or enjoy a world class bottle of wine to pair with your meal. Attention to detail is what it’s all about at Summerlin’s newest hot spot. Mixx is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail, lunch, or dinner. No matter what time of day, Mixx is the place to be.

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