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Discover Timeless Tastes And The Perfect Char At These 7 Great Steakhouses

Finding a great steak in Las Vegas is easy. What’s more difficult is deciding which steak house to visit. After all, steak houses on The Strip are seemingly as abundant as blackjack tables. So if you want high-end Kobe beef, tender prime rib, a dry-aged filet mignon or Gordon Ramsay’s beef Wellington, you’re in luck.

32-ounce royal long-bone chop at Gordon Ramsay

32-ounce
royal long-bone chop at Gordon Ramsay Steak in Paris Las vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Gordon Ramsay Steak At Paris Las Vegas

The first of Gordon Ramsay’s five Las Vegas restaurants, this contemporary steak house has guests dining under a ceiling adorned with a Union Jack flag. Prior to ordering, waiters display steaks on a cart and explain the cuts. If passing on the beef Wellington, go big and order the tomahawk for two or the 32-ounce royal long-bone chop. Finish with the sticky toffee pudding.

Voodoo Steak Atrio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Steaks here come with a view from the 50th floor. Start with the lobster bisque, or dive in to the surf-and-turf options, and pair your steak with diver scallops, a lobster tail, king- crab legs or tiger prawns. The VooDoo Ménage a Trois comes with a six-ounce petit filet, a lobster tail and tiger prawns.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House At Harrah’s Las Vegas

Ruth’s Chris made its name in the beef business with its famous sizzling steaks. Here, mouthwatering steaks like the 40-ounce porterhouse for two or the petit filet  served with large shrimp are standouts. Dress your steak with a bleu-cheese crust containing roasted garlic and panko breadcrumbs, and take in the stunning Strip views.

Steak at Old Homestead

Old Homestead Steakhouse at Caesars Palace sets the standard by which steaks are measured.

Old Homestead Steakhouse At Caesars Palace

The original Old Homestead in New York City (est. 1868) set the standard by which steaks are measured. All steaks are thick cut, seared and crusted under 1,200 degrees to seal in the dry-aged flavors. Order the 24-ounce Gotham Rib Eye Steak on the Bone, or splurge on the 10-ounce Japanese A5 Wagyu.

Center Cut Steakhouse At Flamingo Las Vegas

A classic steak house in a historic hotel, Center Cut’s top steaks include a 16-ounce Kansas City strip steak, an 18-ounce cowboy bone-in rib eye and a slow-roasted prime rib. Add Dungeness crab or foie gras, or order Oscar-style with crab meat, asparagus and béarnaise sauce.

steak at BLT Steak in Bally's Las Vegas

Herb butter completes the perfect steak at BLT Steak in Bally’s Las Vegas.

Blt Steak At Bally’s Las Vegas

Broiled at 1,700 degrees and finished with herb butter, the 28-day dry-aged New York strip steak and bone-in rib eye are favorites here. Start with BLT’s pillowy popovers—airy, warm Gruyère-laced puffs of dough—and pair your steak with truffle mashed potatoes.

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab At The Forum Shops At Caesars Palace

Best known for the stone crabs it pulls from the Atlantic off the coast of Miami, Joe’s steaks should not be overlooked. Charred in cast iron and finished with bone- marrow butter, they’re best, of course, when teamed with stone crabs. Save room for another South Florida institution—the key-lime pie.

 

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