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best steakhouse at v/p for a rib eye

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by paperposter, Feb 10, 2017.

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  1. paperposter

    paperposter MIA

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    if i had too choose one and they can comp , cost isnt a problem ,im making them pay.

    suggestion please only if u actualy tried there reasturants ,and yes i eat high end steak all the time,thanks

    im leaning towards this place fior rib eye or other cut if suggested but im a rib eye guy
    Carnevino or cut
    notsure if or what they can comp out right

    then ill start my diet
     
  2. iamsomedude

    iamsomedude High-Roller

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    Never ate at Carnevino or the Las Vegas Cut, but I did get Cut at Beverly Hills, and I was not impressed. I assume both locations are of similar quality, especially since the Beverly Hills location came first. If that's the case, I'd rather go to Delmonico Steakhouse over Cut.
     
  3. Hoofy7

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    If you like homemade pasta with your steak...go to Carnevino. I love CUT and always get ribeye and their awesome crisp onion rings. I didn't enjoy Delmonicos.
     
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    Both are good restaurants in my opinion. I don't think you will have a bad meal at either.
     
  5. thecarve

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    I'd give the nod to Carnevino. It's probably my favorite steakhouse in LV.

    But CUT is good, too. Hard to go wrong with those two.
     
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    I really enjoyed Carnevino. You could really taste the age in the steak. As an alternative I enjoyed DelMonico's more than Carnevino.
     
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    klawrey High-Roller

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    I much prefer Delmonico over the other two you mentioned. Bone-in ribeye with potatoes gratin. One of my favorites behind SW.
     
  8. paperposter

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    ive had delmonicos ,im from nyc we have the best .so just trying something differnt thanks
     
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    Carnevino. I've had the 240 day aged. On occasion they have A5 wagyu. On rarer occasions they have Kobe.
     
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    I think that Delmonico's in NYC is a different company. I've been to Cut and Carnevino, as well as Delmonico in Vegas, not the one in NYC.

    If you want to taste a little aging funk then go to Carnevino. If you want to have choices in steaks down to the specifics of the cows diet, then go to Cut. If you like a classic, dark wood, old school vibe then go to Carnevino. If you like light and airy and modern then go to Cut.
     
  12. Nevyn

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    Honestly, I've eaten at both but not had the ribeye at either.

    Both places had amazing sides and great service and I would eat at either again.

    If going specifically for Ribeye I'd probably pick Carnevino just to try their signature dry aged.
     
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    CUT has a bone-in that I really enjoyed, 20 ounces if I remember right so a mighty fine slice of meat. Highly recommended.
     
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    the Strip House in PH is better then average, not the best but really good and you can comp it.
     
  15. Hoofy7

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    I always order the ribeye at CUT. I prefer it to the fancy cuts. ;)
     
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