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Sonoma Cellar Steakhouse

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by motownbob, Mar 22, 2013.

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  1. motownbob

    motownbob Low-Roller

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    Looking for info on the Sonoma Cellar Steakhouse at Sunset Station. We will have a car on our upcoming trip, wanted to make sure it is worth the trip.
    Looking for info on price range, quality, etc. Thanks, Bob
     
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    I enjoyed the one dinner we had there a few years back.

    If I were to choose a Stations Casino steakhouse, I would opt for Austin's @ Texas Station which has comparable pricing. My wife and I usually opt for sharing the bone-in ribeye. Right now both are offering 3-course meals for $24.

    The LVA's MRB includes coupons for both Sonoma Cellar and Austin's (plus the Broiler @ Palace Station).

    Menus with pricing are online at the respective casinos' websites.
     
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    motownbob Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the info,I think we will give Austins a try! Bob
     
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    Bob - here is my TR write-up of our last meal at Austin's:

    This has turned out to be our favorite Las Vegas restaurant for when we are in the mood for steak. We received a basket with 3 types of bread and shared a spinach salad that included red and yellow pear tomatoes and red onions topped with goat cheese. For an entrée we shared the restaurant’s signature pan seared, 22 ounce, bone-in ribeye. The waiter divided it for us tableside and it was done medium rare as requested. The steak was juicy, flavorful and tender. For sides we shared a large sweet potato that came with maple butter and a rather blah tasting order of sautéed spinach.

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    Link to the menu: http://texasstation.sclv.com/dining/austins-steakhouse
     
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    motownbob Low-Roller

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    Thanks for posting that info,Westie. Rib eye is by far my favorite cut. I looked at the menu,prices are Very reasonable! Thanks Bob
     
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    I am a bit surprised as well because in the past it was ala carte, but now I see it includes
    a choice of soup or salad plus vegetables. I just hope the quality hasn't suffered.
     
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