The oldest steakhouse in Las Vegas has served some of the most popular visitors from Elvis to DiMaggio. The place was rather famous and had a strong following in the past and it’s quite a hit even today. The obscure North location is around the corner from the famous SLS Casino and Las Vegas Boulevard.
The moment you step inside the place, you would find a setting of dark red leather banquettes and Wild West art. The efficient tuxedoed staff makes sure you get served the best big steaks and some of the classic starters like crab cakes, fresh oysters and king crab cocktail.
When you talk about the price, you might get a pleasant shock. The Golden Steer is priced below the most celebrity chef owned steak places. Perhaps the best thing about this best steakhouse in Las Vegas is that it throws in great value for food and you get to enjoy a trip back into vintage Vegas. Interestingly, the place has been around for such a long time that they can have an open flame in the dining room.
The Golden Steer Steakhouse was founded in 1958 and since the beginning; the place has served USDA Prime Aged Corn-fed beef. The best known specialties include Prime Rib and Beef fillet filled with flavors and these are the kind of dishes that keep regular customers coming back for more.
Presently the menu reflects the traditional taste as well as the current concepts of dining. The Golden Steer is one place where you can find quality steaks with memorable seafood. You will be surprised to know that some of the present staff members have been associated with place for over 40 years. Thanks to the competent staff and memorable ambience, the Golden Steer has managed to remain the best steakhouse in Las Vegas and earned the trademark “The best steaks on Earth.”
It’s not surprising to find the superior SW steakhouse on the list of best steakhouses in Las Vegas. The signature steak place maintains its reputation of offering amazing steaks with stunning presentations. Chef David Walzog’s award winning place is proud to offer steaks that are unparallel in Las Vegas.
The initials stand for Steve Wynn but the real secret of success here is real Kobe beef along with rare Japanese regional versions. What’s surprising is that almost all so called Kobe beef is said to be fake. If you think you had real luxurious Kobe beef at SW steakhouse, you are definitely right. SW steakhouse Las Vegas is one of the only two establishments in the United States that sell real thing certified by the Kobe Beef council in Japan.
When you visit the place, you can enjoy a taste sampler of five 2 ounce portions of Kobe including:
• Japanese Omi from Shiga Prefecture
• Japanese A5 Wagyu
• Australian Wagyu
• Good Old USDA Prime grade
No matter what you order steak, seafood, or chicken it is sure to be one of the best meals you have ever eaten. This place is world-class and if you eat here you definitely earn some foodie street credibility. If perhaps you are not familiar with all of the options available in Las Vegas for dining, choosing SW Steakhouse will impress anyone in Vegas (baby)!
This place can be easily defined as a modern masterpiece and the reason is simple. CUT offers one of the most stunning and sophisticated dining rooms on the strip. From the moment you step inside you can see the attention to detail in every corner of the restaurant and that is the same moment you realize that you have entered into a world of beefy brilliance. On CUT’s menu you will find the finest aged cuts of meat, fresh seafood, short ribs, lamb chops, and side dishes that would complement any entrée. To accompany your meal and maximize or beefy experience, CUT offers an extensive wine list with more than 500 selections from the best wine regions in the United States, France, Italy, Spain and Australia.
This critically acclaimed, award-winning steakhouse by Wolfgang Puck is widely recognized by leaders in the food industry and foodies who just want to eat there. In fact it has now become one of the most popular and finest restaurants not only in Las Vegas, but also in the United States. The primary goal of CUT is simple – deliver innovation at every level through its unique culinary, service and design combination.
What makes CUT different is that it provides a modern twist to a classic steak restaurant. Wolfgang’s philosophy is to deliver the finest and freshest ingredients to his customers. Termendous amounts of time, care and skill are needed to prepare all of the exclusive creations on the menu. In the kitchen you will find a chaotic symphony of culinary expertise that is delivering a final product that can be considered edible art.
The signature cuts of beef offered at CUT appeal to all customers. You can get an extensive array of entrees and main course, and the steakhouse’s renowned signature cuts of beef are to die for.
Most offerings include:
• Wagyu Beef Short Ribs “Indian Spiced,” cook slow and low for eight hours
• Sautéed Dover Sole “À La Meunière” with Preserved Lemon
• Whole Roasted Loup De Mer with Moroccan Charmoula
• Creamed Spinach with Fried Organic Egg (side dish)
• Soft Polenta with Parmesan (side dish)
Perfectly complementing the entrees is the large selection of sauces including CUT’s Argentinean Chimichurri and Shallot-Red Wine Bordelaise. CUT is not just known for its exciting variety of steaks. In addition to the carefully crafted wine list you will find an artisan cheese menu offering 3 types of cheese plates (Cow, Goat, or Sheep) with amazing pairings. Plus, the dessert menu has sinfully delicious handmade sweets and even more amazing pairings.
Right next to the main dining room is CUT’s upscale bar and lounge offering “Rough CUTS Menu” featuring popular appetizers including Mini American Wagyu Beef Sliders, Tuna Tartare sandwiches, and Tempura Onion Rings with smoked paprika-saffron aioli along with custom cocktails and exclusive drinks.
Located in the heart of Paris Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsay’s high energy dining environment is one of the most popular steakhouses in on the Las Vegas Boulevard. Both the bold design and careful crafted menu selection at this restaurant reflect Gordon’s British heritage. The place can be defined as a contemporary steakhouse with a Parisian theme. In addition to the main dining area, you can find a large bar area, lounge, chef's table, and private dining is also available.
Now that we are talking about steaks, the menu selection at Gordon Ramsay Steak ranges from mouth-watering premium cuts of beef to Chef Ramsay’s signature dishes such as fish and chips and shepherd’s pie. Not to forget, you can also enjoy French-influenced sides and divinely delicious desserts.
Gordon Ramsay is an internationally renowned chef, and this is exactly why you can’t go wrong with choosing his signature dishes at any one of his restaurants. The British invasion is on! Experience the chic London ambiance while savoring bites of caviar, fried Blue Point oysters and Hudson Valley foie gras. And once you’re done, wash down the meal with an artfully crafted cocktail mixed to perfection.
Signature prime beef offered at the restaurant is aged to perfection under expert supervision of Chef Ramsay and his culinary team. Whether you go for steaks or chops or fish or Alaskan king crab legs, you won’t be disappointed.
What to eat at this Las Vegas steakhouse:
• Iconic Roasted Beef Wellington
• 32 oz Royal Lone Bone Chop
• Duet of Lamb accompanied with Shepherd’s Pie
• Iced Shellfish Platter
• Triple Seared Japanese
• Mac & Cheese
• The famous Sticky Toffee Pudding
The bottom line is that Gordon Ramsay’s stylish Las Vegas steakhouse will spoil you for sure. Perhaps the only problem will be deciding which iconic beef dish, authentic British classic or French influenced dessert you would want to order.
Well, this restaurant not only has an interesting name – there’s more to the story but we will have to save that for another article. Once you had gotten over the initial shock from the edgy name you will find the place also serves awesome dry aged beef. Presently, Oscar’s steakhouse is a must visit restaurant if you’re dining in the city. The former Mayor of Las Vegas, Oscar B. Goodman, opened this unique steakhouse inside the iconic dome of the Plaza Hotel & Casino. Located in the heart of Downtown and overlooking Fremont Street, the Plaza Hotel is one of the jewels of Downtowns. Adjacent to the iconic entrance of the hotel you’ll find the well-known Oscar’s bar that serves a plethora of hand crafted cocktails and signature drinks.
The steakhouse is famous for perfectly aged steaks cooked over a 600 degree grill. Each dish is accompanied by high-quality sides and good wine pairing is always suggested. Once you’re done with meal, you can pick your after dinner drink from a wide variety of delicious cocktails, martinis and signature drinks. Our editor enjoyed the juicy Prime Rib and a glass of merlot. In fact, she bet that would go great with Jose Leonardo's Roasted Corn Brulee. Everyone is a winner at the tables in Oscar’s (can’t say the same for the tables in the casino). Most start their dinner with the Alpine Village Famous Chicken Supreme Soup which is legendary with Oscar’s regular guests.
StripSteak by Chef Michael Mina is a refreshingly creative take on the classic American Steakhouse. The place is famous for slow-poached Wagyu beef and futuristic design accented with glass and stone. StripSteak, as stated earlier has Redefining the classic American steakhouse and setting a very high standard for food integrity and quality is exactly what StripSteak has done. The meat served is all-natural, organic and hormone-free. In fact that organic beef served is tempered in butter and grilled over mesquite wood for added flavors.
In addition to steaks, there are plenty of other specialties including Duck Bolognese, Kurobuta Pork Tenderloin, Grilled 2 lb. Lobster, and classic American side dishes all of which feature a Michael Mina twist. Particularly famous side dishes include Truffled Mac & Cheese and Spinach Soufflé with Parmesan Cream.
StripSteak was declared winner of the 2013 Best of Las Vegas Scotch Selection award. That’s right. You can find over 100 single malt scotches to enjoy in the bar, not to forget the exciting variety of cocktails and carefully curated wines would only make the selection process even more confusing.
Happy Hour at StripSteak:
You can order several special cocktails for only $8 during the Happy Hour daily from 4 PM to 5:30 PM! In addition, you can enjoy delicious classic snacks like Korean Spiced Chicken Wings, Short Rib Tacos, and Smoked Hummus with Warm Pita Bread.
Perhaps the best thing about StripSteak is that they only use the highest quality ingredients including line-caught seafood, fresh, seasonal produce and of course, all-natural meat (All Natural Certified Angus Beef and American Kobe Beef).
The state-of-the-art kitchen equipment at StripSteak includes two wood-burning grills and six circulating, slow-poaching chambers – one of their kinds. Classic steakhouse favorites are made using the signature slow-poaching method as it enhances flavor and tenderness. The beef is heated at a low temperature for several hours and the mesquite grills help incorporate the much needed subtle smokiness. You will be pleased to know Butter-Poached Bone-In Top Loin at StripSteak was rated as the “Best Steak in the United States” by Esquire Magazine.
Las Vegas is no stranger to elaborate restaurant openings with magazine, television, and news cameras all focus as the guests from Hollywood begin to arrive. In Las Vegas, you will find a large number of people that take food and drink very seriously and the world is starting to take notice. Beware restaurant critics of all culinary tastes no longer is Las Vegas known for it’s cheap. $9.99 all-you-can-eat and $4.99 steak dinners are a thing of the past in Las Vegas. Today’s Las Vegas is the new foodie destination. This is exactly why a new steakhouse concept by America’s restaurant giant is making a great deal of noise with Heritage Steak located at The Mirage. Colicchio restaurants are known for drawing crowds of hungry fans with their great tasting dishes. So great, in fact, that eating here seems somewhat of a privilege rather than eating a meal you can take for granted at any other generic steakhouse in Las Vegas.
The Strip in Las Vegas has become the new steakhouse center of the universe and this has set new standards for Las Vegas steakhouses. Colicchio has certainly shifted gears with Heritage. The primary focus on open charcoal grill cooking and wood-burning ovens brings the excitement of the kitchen right to your table. But the place has something more exciting to offer, the entire restaurant provides a stage a stage for all the guests to watch the chefs at work. On their menu you will find all of your favorite beef cuts and sides, but what makes Heritage stand out is the availability of substantial first courses and artfully composed entrées.
The well-known New York chef Tom Colicchio brings his passion for great cooking to life with Heritage Steak at The Mirage. Heritage, like all Colicchio restaurants, uses the highest quality ingredients and this includes antibiotic-free and hormone-free meat. And everything served in the restaurant is prepared using wood burning ovens and charcoal grills – something that is rare in the steakhouse world. More reasons to dine at Heritage Steak include a deep whiskey menu and a chemical-free dessert menu that perhaps is the best in Vegas.
Things you need to order include the braised short ribs. It is slow cooked directly over fire and the meat has a rich buttery taste that anyone would love. The short ribs are served with fresh and sweet roasted heirloom tomatoes to compliment the meat.
Another favorite is the New York Strip - massive beef medallions with a pepper bordelaise served with arugula and small roasted potatoes. This dish is as good as one you find at fancy French restaurants. The plus is that at Heritage Steak this dish comes with game-changing spicy onion rings. Whatever you decide to order one thing is for sure, you will be talking about the meal you had at Heritage Steak for days.
The number one restaurant at the SLS resort is the latest offering from renowned Spanish chef José Andrés. It’s not surprising that the menu you can find here goes beyond the options you’ll find at a traditional American steakhouse.
The question is – what sets Bazaar Meat apart from the rest? Well, once you pull up your seat to the meat bar, you can choose the protein you would like to have from buffalo carpaccio and wild boar sausage to Wagyu beef cheeks, Wagyu steak by the pound, or a whole wood-fired pig.
As you can guess, the menu is large and exciting – an essential for the best steakhouse. What’s interesting to note here is that Bazaar meat is the only place where you can find foie gras cotton candy.
José Andrés’ latest culinary wonderland offers five distinct varieties of beef steak from different farms and countries. Practically every kind of meat you find here is delicious. Another thing you need to remember is that Bazaar Meat is one steakhouse you don’t necessarily have to order a steak!
Simply put, the exciting assortment of Spanish dishes and raw and cured meat dishes can satisfy your hunger and they look and taste absolutely divine. Let your taste buds soak in the goodness of Chateaubriand with Perigord sauce and potato soufflé. You can also go for typical Japanese menu with Kobe rib eye from Hyogo. The vegetable sides served with rib steaks are also priceless.
Craftsteak is the first steakhouse by Tom Colicchio in Las Vegas. The place is known for its signature recipes and the use of highest quality ingredients from small family farms. Furthermore, you can also experience the widest selection of Scotch, bourbon, and New World wines.
The braised short rib is what really sets Craftsteak apart. In fact it is one of the best you can find at any steakhouse in Las Vegas. If you are ready to earn your fine dining badge of honor, check out the Japanese A5 Wagyu cuts offered as part of the three-course menu.
This place is often overlooked mainly because of the newer Tom Colicchio restaurant, Heritage Steak, located further up the Strip. Even though Craftsteak faces tough competition from its newer sibling, it still attracts steak lovers because of its friendly restaurant model and more importantly, the dedicated focus on fresh-from-the-farm goodness.
You can say that Craftsteak is one creation by award-winning chef Tom Colicchio that never goes out of style. This classic steakhouse uses only the finest ingredients to create dishes bursting with flavor. If you’re not in the mood to capture the true flavor and essence of steaks, you can find specialties like fresh salmon, veal and lobster to perfectly complement the restaurant’s award-winning wine, bourbon and scotch list.
This steakhouse presents a spectacular view of the city from the 24th floor and it’s well-known as the most perfect place to enjoy a romantic sunset dinner in a vintage Vegas ambience. Let the elevator whisk away you and your guests to the restaurant that is more than 250 feet above the Freemont Street Experience located Binion’s Gambling Hall and Hotel.
Signature steaks offered here come from pasture raised Black Angus and are second to none. You can order the best rib eye, prime rib or beef or the 21 ounce Porterhouse Steak and then sit back and enjoy the exotic dining experience. All entrees at the restaurant are offered with a choice of sides, Chef’s fresh selection of garden vegetables, choice of potato (Garlic Mashed – Red Roasted – Oven Baked) or risotto, and warmed rolls. The steaks are prepared broiled or sautéed to your personal liking with cabernet, peppercorn or béarnaise sauce. Also offered to accompany your succulent steaks are blue cheese and boursin cheese crusts. If perhaps, you have never tried blue cheese on a perfectly cooked fine cut of steak let this restaurant be the first place you try it. We are talking about a meal that is so good it will instantly set your standards for dining out much higher and ruin every meal you had before.
The feeling of exclusivity starts when you’re lifted away by the private express elevator to reach your fine dining destination. The menu items confirm the fact that you are about to embark on a trip through one of the best Las Vegas steakhouses with featured classics such as 28 day dry aged Kansas beef and French onion soup. Regular visitors to the restaurant love to recommend the oysters Rockefeller and creamed spinach. These are two fan favorite menu items can never be removed from the menu since it would most likely start a sizable revolt from the guests.
Surprisingly, Top of Binion’s steakhouse is best-known for its famous chicken fried lobster. The dish was first made at the request of a personal friend of restaurant owner, but it became so popular that it was put on the menu permanently. Have a high-class meal in a restaurant with some serious history and join the league of fellow foodies that have found their favorite steakhouse in downtown Las Vegas. There is a reason steakhouse like these have been in business for decades and tasting is believing