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steakhouse for 25th anniversary meal, use $50 credit or look elsewhere ?

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  1. Graham

    Graham Low-Roller

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    Hi all and greetings from the UK,

    after last years 20th Vegas anniversary trip, i did not think Vegas was on the agenda this year, but after my wife and I celebrated our silver wedding earlier this year we decided a holiday was in order, so where better to go. we fly to LA next Saturday and arrive in Vegas sunday for 4 nights, 2 nights at Red Rock, 2 nights at the Mirage. with both bookings we have a $50 credit to use .

    so my question, we would like to " celebrate", albeit a tad late our anniversary, by enjoying a good steak house meal, we did originally have sonoma cellar at Sunset Station booked ( hidden gem, great food and service) but they are now closed for refurbishment next week, so do i take my good lady to T Bones at Red rock or Heritage Steak at Mirage to use up our credit, or is there a better steakhouse relatively close to the Mirage that i won't need a second mortgage for ? thinking a budget of $300 ish for the meal, all ideas very welcome, thanks in advance.

    Graham
     
  2. Marky147

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    Happy (belated) anniversary to you both, and I hope you have a great trip!

    I'd imagine you'd be able to get out of almost any steakhouse in town for under $300, if you aren't going crazy on wine.

    I'd suggest SW at the Wynn, for a special occasion.
     
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    I second SW at Wynn and also recommend Delmonico at Venetian. With wine, you can definitely have dinner there under $300. If you go to SW, request outside seating. Charlie
     
  4. Graham

    Graham Low-Roller

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    Thanks both a friend mentioned SW earlier I shall look into it tomorrow
     
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    The Country Club Grill at Wynn has a great filet and bison ribeye. Beautiful view of the golf course top, also has outside seating. We had our anniversary dinner there a few years ago and really enjoyed it. Service was wonderful.
     
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    Graham Low-Roller

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    thanks for the ideas, waiting for my wife to finish work so we can choose together ( i better let her have her opinion for this one !)
     
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    Two of my favorites are BLT Steakhouse (there's a Travelzoo special for it right now) at Bally's and Charlie Palmer's Cut of the Week ($58 per person includes wine) at the Four Seasons. (Take the free shuttle from Bellagio to Monte Carlo - walk to Excalibur and take the free shuttle to Mandalay Bay).
     
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    Given the silly price of steak in Vegas that travelzoo deal at BLT looks very good value
     
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    For overall experience - steak quality and ambiance I would do
    1. SW steakhouse - outside on patio, table close to lake of dreams
    2. Morel's at Palazzo - table outside

    Second options would be Heritage at Mirage and Delmonico's at Venetian. Last time i went to Delmonico's there was a $65.00 pre fix...awesome meal.
     
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