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Best steak/prime rib places on the strip?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Shaunny11, May 29, 2015.

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  1. Shaunny11

    Shaunny11 Tourist

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    My friends are looking for some suggestions on the best places for steak/prime rib on the strip. Any good suggestions?
     
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    For steak, my favorite of the half dozen or so steakhouses I've been to in Vegas is Strip House at PHo.

    You're going to get a ton of different opinions on here. There are probably dozens of threads you can search through on this topic.
     
  3. Junkyard Hog

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    My favorite steak place is Cut.
     
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    My favorite steakhouse is still the Steak House at Circus Circus. All the steaks I have ordered there have been delicious. Nice atmosphere, excellent service...
     
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    For prime rib, the most under-rated of the "sleeper" places is Jerry's Nugget. Technically it is on Las Vegas Boulvard. :) :) :) You said "Strip" I know. :)

    Another great place is Golden Steer.

    One place I want to try is Old Homestead at Caesars. It's supposedly a "Las Vegas Branch" of a very good long-standing very old-school steakhouse in Manhattan, but I've been by the one in Caesars and it looks absolutely nothing like the original.

    I know I'm picky, and have tastes somewhat different from most here, as I very much prefer the old-school ambiance for a nice meal than many of the contemporary steak places.
     
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    Srvanwyk Low-Roller

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    Really the only "bad" meal ive had in a steakhouse on the strip was @ center cut in flamingo... Otherwise id recommend prime or gallagers or the steakhouse@ circus circus list goes on and on!
     
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    Best Deal: Charlie Palmer Steakhouse at the Four Seasons (Cut of the Week menu). For $48, you get an decently-sized appetizer with its own wine pairing, an entree with its own wine pairing along with 2 side dishes, and dessert. You will definitely leave full, and you won't break the bank on wine, since you can get more for free.

    Casual/Decently-Priced Steakhouse: The Steakhouse at the Circus Circus. I'd be comfortable going there in casual clothes, the steak is great, and the prices are decent.

    Fancy Steakhouse with a Show: SW Steakhouse at the Wynn. If you get a patio seat at ~7:00 PM, you'll be able to see the Lake of Dreams show, and based on my experiences, they're more generous with their food than Prime at the Bellagio. The steak is really top notch there, but you will spend more there than at the previous two steakhouses I listed.
     
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    Another long-standing, old-school steakhouse from Manhattan is Smith & Wollensky on the strip near the M&M Store. I wish they would open a Peter Luger's Steakhouse.
     
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    I personally enjoy gallagers. The service can be a hit and miss, But the dry aged beef is unreal!
     
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    I actually quit recommending Peter Lugers to folks going to NYC because they are kinda surprised by the way the steaks are presented and served. I have a feeling that PL would get a similar reception in LV.
     
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    SW Steakhouse at Wynn or Prime at Bellagio. The only one I would stay away from is Craftsteak at MGM. The steak was fair at best and the potatoes tasted funny.
     
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    For steak, I like Old Homestead. I know it's not on the strip, but I like Lawry's for prime rib. It's just a short cab ride down Flamingo.
     
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    SW Steak at Wynn.
    Delmonico at Venetian.
    Cut at Palazzo.

    For every person asked, there will be 3 opinions.
     
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    SW overall experience, everything great
    Carnevino if you like dry aged steak and good dark atmosphere
    Delmonicos also great dry aged steak

    btw, I ate at Peter Luger's last night, a yearly tradition. It was great, we got medium-rare and medium and the medium was more rare. I didn't care because I ate from both.
     
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    Cut (I have a soft spot.)
    Sw
    Craft steak
     
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    I can't think of a steak house on the Strip that offered Prime Rib----I had a great one at the upstairs restaurant at the Orleans --Prime Rib Loft??? but otherwise, I am drawing a blank.
     
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    Loved cut. Steak, side dishes, and service all excellent.
     
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    Smith and Wollensky's is awesome! Stand alone place just north of the MGM.
     
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    A little off the strip at Rio but my wife and I really enjoyed Voodoo Steakhouse food was great and we got a seat right by the window on the 51st floor facing the strip. After we went out on the observation deck and enjoyed the view.
     
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    I want to say that Country Club (Wynn) serves up prime rib. But don't quote me on that as it's been a while since I've been there (and I drink).

    As far as faves, I'm partial to SW and Carnevino. I've also had some fantastic meals at Craftsteak (probably some of the best steaks I've ever had were there) but consistency is not their strong suit. So caveat emptor.

    As has been noted, everyone is going to have their favorite. And for each favorite, there will be a story of horrible service, over cooked meat, bland sides...But in the end, there are plenty of excellent steak joints in Vegas. So don't forget the Lipitor.
     
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