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Prime Steakhouse dress code?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by FullPay, Oct 22, 2016.

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  1. FullPay

    FullPay When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro

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    I read on their website that a jacket for gentlemen is recommended. Adding a coat and dress shoes takes me from carry on to checked bag. Any experience with how many patrons comply? We have dinner reservations for mid-December.
     
  2. Nittany1

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    I have been there several times with a button down shirt and somewhat dressy pants.
    Did not feel out of place.
    I have worn a jacket in the winter instead of a winter coat.
    IMO either way you should be fine.
     
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  3. thecarve

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    +1 to Nittany's commments. It does seem to be a bit dressier than most places. But you won't look out of place in nice pants/button up by any stretch.
     
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  4. FullPay

    FullPay When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro

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    Thanks for the replies. Now I just need a way to tell my local friends to not out dress me.
     
  5. KBT2012

    KBT2012 High-Roller

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    I've been to Prime twice and both times I wore dark jeans and a button up (not tucked in) and some nice shoes. Never felt out of place, actually felt I looked nicer than the majority in the restaurant to be honest. You can get away with nice jeans, button up, and nice shoes at just about any Vegas restaurant - they seem to be pretty relaxed in my experiences.
     
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