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Best T-bone steak

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Vegas/freak, Jan 24, 2014.

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  1. Vegas/freak

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    who has the best T-bone steaks downtown?
     
  2. Marky147

    Marky147 High-Roller

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    I had a great T-Bone in the Andiamo @ The D
     
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    Porterhouse at Redwood Grill.
     
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    craiger122003 Low-Roller

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    Never had the Porterhouse but I HIGHLY recommend the Filet Mignon at the
    Redwood. Ask for Hillario he is the best waiter I have ever had. I take my wife there once a month.
     
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    Triple George on Third Street across from DTG is OUTSTANDING!!! :peace: :beer:
     
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    Thanks you guys
     
  7. TFK

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    Redwood is Outback Steakhouse quality. Try Hugo's Cellar at the 4 Queens.


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    At the California after 4 instead of the prime rib with salad bar try their T-Bone. It's about $15, very good and includes the salad bar and potato.

    Jimbo338
     
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    Herbs & Rye has a great steak with 50% off Happy Hour Menu from 5-8pm.
     
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    Second Street Grill at the Fremont has a delicious t-bone special for 22.99 (or very close to that price, not 100% sure)

    Second Street is a hidden gem. Great food there & the staff is the friendliest in town - they WILL remember you.
     
  11. sirdeez

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    Funny, basically every single steakhouse downtown is getting recommended.
     
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    They buy from the same supplier? :evillaugh:poke:

    This just shows how subjective it can get when it comes to food. :thumbsup::beer:
     
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    I have never been to Hugos its a little pricey for me as a local. I get 30 off at the Redwood once a month. How much is the quality beef at Hugos?
    My guess is the 50 to 60 range? Either way I wish I could try it LOL

     
  14. craiger122003

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    Answer is yes and no. I work for one of the dominant food companies in town. Most places get the same stuff its all in how you cook it. Other places only get special order type stuff.

     
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    There is basically select, choice and prime, the expensive ones usually brag about have prime steaks. The increase in marbeling in the meat increases the flavor.
     
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