Hot Rocks at Stack

The thin raw slices of beef sirloin are dressed in ponzu, a garlic oil and citrus sauce, and they come to your table ready to be grilled. The cooking method is like the dish’s name suggests—on the rocks. They’re polished river rocks, to be exact, and they’re hot enough to cook your tender sirloin as well as you want it. $18, The Mirage, 792-7800.