Sink your teeth into prime rib, New York strip steaks, rib-eye steaks and tenderloins. When you want the best beef out there, head to one of these 10 steakhouses in Las Vegas.
With a Spanish Twist
Chef José Andrés’ celebration of all things carnivorous at Bazaar Meat features real Kobe beef, one of the few places in the United States that offers this delicacy. The starters list offers three different caviar flights, numerous tartares, oysters, carpaccios (including bison) and cured meats. Then come the big guys from the fire pit—two types of Spanish-style, bone-in rib-eye steaks.
Steaks from Wolfgang
Wolfgang Puck’s USDA Prime Nebraska corn-fed, 35-day, dry-aged steaks find a home in his mecca of meat Cut. Find both prime dry- and wet-aged beef on the menu and pair beef with Argentinean chimichurri and yuzu kosho butter.
The Palazzo, 702.607.6300
Emeril Lagasse kicks up his New Orleans-style cuisine with a unique flair at Delmonico Steakhouse. That chateaubriand is meant for two and comes carved tableside. Lagasse named his steakhouse as a tribute to the more-than-a-century-old Delmonico restaurant in New Orleans. He bought that restaurant in 1998 and converted it into Emeril’s Delmonico, but kept its Creole tradition.
The Venetian, Las Vegas, 702.414.3737
Find some of the largest cuts of beef available in Las Vegas at Edge Steakhouse, a classic steakhouse. Aged Prime steaks and Snake River Farm wagyu beef make the menu here.
Enjoy the world’s finest prime rib, aged 21 days and hand-carved to order tableside on rolling silver carts in an over-the-top presentation at Lawry's The Prime Rib. Each cut of prime rib comes with the restaurant's equally famous spinning bowl salad.
4043 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Las Vegas, 702.893.2223
Brothers David and Michael Morton bring their family’s interpretation of the steakhouse experience to the rock-n-roll themed resort at MB Steak. Try the 10-ounce hanger au poivre for something different in the steak department.
Hard Rock Hotel, 702.483.4888
Steak with a View
The finest-quality meats (and seafood) get the star treatment from renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten at his temple of red meat, Prime, with its handsomely designed dining room dressed in deep chocolate brown and delicate Tiffany blue. Head out to the patio overlooking the Fountains at Bellagio and order dry-aged bone-in rib-eye steaks, crackling tangy glazed short ribs, herb-crusted Colorado lamb chops or peppercorn-crusted New York strips.
A celebration of indulgent food includes decadent steaks, goose-fat fried potatoes and huge desserts at Strip House. This is one of the sexiest rooms in Las Vegas with its red boudoir decor. Of course, the true gems here are the charred-to-perfection steaks—the dry-aged rib-eye steak and bone-in New York strip are full of flavor.
Planet Hollywood, 702.737.5200
Dinner is theater at this modern steakhouse that overlooks Wynn’s Lake of Dreams at SW Steakhouse. This restaurant also serves genuine Kobe beef. The chili-rubbed double rib-eye was once featured on Food Network's "Best Thing I Ever Ate."
Wynn Las Vegas, 702.770.3325
"Top Chef" Steaks
Celebrate the flavors of ingredients produced by small family farms and artisanal producers at Tom Colicchio's Craftsteak. Mix it up with a 24-hour braised short rib or try the signature rib-eye steak.
MGM Grand, 702.891.7318