Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by MikeOPensacola, Sep 26, 2012.
Just wondering what the best steak house on the strip is. Thanks.
I'm a big fan of N9NE @ The Palms...
There are tons of great ones though
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.
Heres one thread that has alot of good ones..Enjoy
The Palms moved to the strip?
^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.
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.
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.
Try Golden Steer for a true Old Vegas experience!
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....
Prime at Bellagio. Best dining experience of my life.
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.
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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