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Best Steak House

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by MikeOPensacola, Sep 26, 2012.

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  1. MikeOPensacola

    MikeOPensacola VIP Whale

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    Just wondering what the best steak house on the strip is. Thanks.
     
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    I'm a big fan of N9NE @ The Palms...
    There are tons of great ones though
     
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    This is a loaded question, which will be answered differently by everyone. I'm not a steakhouse person at all, but my favorites are Carnevino, CUT, and Prime in that order. If you like a traditional steakhouse like Morton's, go with Prime. If that bores you to tears, try one of the others. "Best" is extremely subjective.
     
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    The Palms moved to the strip?
     
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    ^Probably the perfect answer to this question [I fall into the Prime bores me to tears category]. If you like dry-aged, try Carnevino or Delmonico - Carnevino is my personal fave - also a great choice if you're going with someone who doesn't particularly care for steak, but loves Italian.

    Cut, Craftsteak & Country Club [@ Wynn] are probably my faves of those that don't [exclusively] dry-age.
     
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    Really enjoyed Binons steakhouse, but could have been the overall experience of the group I was with and the great time we were having. Everything tasted amazing including the scallops.
     
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    The better question would end up being - which strip hotel's top steak house isn't good. My experience dictates that the home steak house is usually pretty good.
     
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    Try Golden Steer for a true Old Vegas experience!
     
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    I tried Old Homestead steakhouse shortly after it took over from Nero's @ Caesars.... I wasn't a big fan honestly, wouldn't go back. Missed some basics such as seasoning calamari.... :nono:
     
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    Prime at Bellagio. Best dining experience of my life.
     
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    X2

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    Jean Georges @ Aria was incredible. I had a Manhattan to start the evening and my main focus was the Porterhouse I ordered medium rare....extremely good steak. It rivaled top steaks I've had in Denver, CO.

    SW Steakhouse was good but I went on a bad night, it was raining and the patio cover collapsed making the wait times horrific. I had their famous Tomahawk steak, it was very good but just slightly too fatty for my own preference. Typically I like a really fatty steak but I've got to have at least some lean pieces some where to 'take the edge off' if you will.
     
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    I have enjoyed Stripsteak, Jean Georges and Delmonicos. But to be honest. I haven't had one that blew me out of the water anywhere in Vegas. I want to find one that is worth the $350 it costs for the 3 of us to eat dinner.

    Actually we we went to Morton's on my last trip, we enjoyed that just as much as any of the overpriced strip ones.
     
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