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Best steakhouse downtown

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by MikeOPensacola, Sep 27, 2013.

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  1. MikeOPensacola

    MikeOPensacola VIP Whale

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    Can anyone recommend a great steakhouse on Fremont street? Thanks.....:peace::beer:
     
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    I regret that I wasn't able to visit it this past trip but Andiamo at the D is getting great reviews. A couple people have already reviewed it on this board.
     
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    Haven't been there yet, but I've heard great things about Hugo's Cellar from a few people. Plan on checking it out on my next trip...
     
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    Andiamos is the best. Period. Get the Tomahawk.
     
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    Surprised no ones mentioned The Flame in El Co
     
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    Because the Flame is no where near as good as the others.
     
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    Still has a huge following, regardless
     
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    I would suggest Redwood at the Cal. Reasonable prices, good food and it is not ala carte.
     
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    But a $25 coupon basically making it 2 for 1 really ups it's ranking.
     
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    Does anyone have the Andiamo menu with pricing? Thanks
     
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    I saw it somewhere, but can't locate it at the moment. I'm pretty sure that Tomahawk steak mentioned earlier was $75 and ala carte.
     
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    Thanks gang, much appreciated. Is Oscars any good? :peace::beer:
     
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    Vic & Anthony's.
     
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    I sure like Vic and Anthonys at the Nugget... but sinces its a chain, not something unique to Vegas
     
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    :clap::clap::beer:
     
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    My sisters and I ate at Oscar's and really liked it. The menu had a lot of old mob references, which my oldest sister loved. I have also had a couple of good meals at Binion's Steakhouse. Hugo's Cellar is also very good.
     
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    I ate at Vic & Anthony's over the Christmas holidays. I thought the meal was excellent, the atmosphere was perfect and the staff was great. I was solo at the bar and the bartenders were talkative and friendly.
     
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    Vic & Anthony's... In Golden Nugget?
     
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    Yes it is.
     
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    Have not had a steak at The D yet so will not weigh in on that location. My take, downtown:

    For a good steak, old-school feel but an excellent view, Binion's. Note, this place is being drug drown by the overall condition of the surrounding casino but is still a pretty good play. We had a nice meal there in August and it has the best view downtown.

    Hugo's Cellar still deals out the roses and does the salad cart. I like the place but understand that some think it is overrated. However... if you are taking a date it is a very cool, romantic location (the most romantic for the money). I had some excellent duck there last year and have had pretty good steak.

    Breeze is right, Vick and Anthony's is a very, very nice steakhouse. It is NOT a value play but you are going to get great steak and the room is everything that you will get on the Strip.

    I loved the view from Oscars and have had dinner there when it was not Firefly, when it was firefly and when it was Oscars. I have not had dinner there since they built the @#$%! AssZilla tower that seems to have destroyed the view.

    Joe is correct, Redwood is really the best value play, without a coupon. My favorite (below) charges for their excellent mac & cheese and I am not a fan of paying for things like that! I also think Redwood has a really good atmosphere, better than most.

    [STRIKE]Robertas[/STRIKE] I mean, The Flame is my #1 choice for value but only if you have a coupon. Make sure to confirm that the piano player is there the night you go. Warning, my opinion is jaded because I only go to The Flame with an LVA or American Casino Guide coupon. It is a must. Atmosphere is "okay" and definitely not as romantic as Hugo's, Redwood or Vic's.
     
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