From traditional T-bones and strip steaks to succulent rib-eyes and filet mignon, steak is an American favorite. Las Vegas is home to some of the best steakhouses that serve up slabs of meat cooked to perfection. You can find steakhouses at every price point, whether you’re looking for a great steak or a great deal. Check out our choices for best steakhouses in Las Vegas.
1. SW Steakhouse
This elegant Wynn steakhouse is the perfect place to satisfy your steak craving. They also have many great options for vegans. SW is an award-winning steakhouse with a luxurious dining room and mouthwatering menu featuring USDA prime steaks from America, exclusive beef direct from Japan, and Black Angus beef from Australia. If you prefer seafood, the restaurant also serves some of the best crustaceans presented tableside from a lobster cart. You’ll also get entertainment with your meal. Every 30 minutes the lights dim and a captivating theatrical show is put in the center of the room. Official Website >>
STK is a new-style Las Vegas steakhouse created by Executive Chef Stephen Hopcraft and The One Group. Inside you’ll find a magnificent menu, busy bar scene, and a relaxed dining atmosphere. The in-house DJ also creates a sensual vibe. In addition to Las Vegas, you can find STK in New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami. This celebrity hotspot offers dinner and dessert with options such as sirloin, day boat scallops, beef tartare, and strawberries and cream. Official Website >>
CUT is your source for upscale steaks and creative cocktails served in the lush surroundings of the Palazzo resort. Created by Wolfgang Puck, CUT offers a unique menu featuring only the finest selections of beef with delicious side options like Tempura Onion Rings, Soft Polenta with Parmesan, and American Wagyu Beef Sashimi. Official Website >>
Located at the Palazzo Hotel Casino, Carnevino is a swanky restaurant known for its dry-aged steaks and selection of fine wines. Created by power duo Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, the Italian eatery opened in 2008 and has since become one of the Las Vegas’ most celebrated steakhouses. Official Website >>
This spacious Venetian restaurant created by Emeril Lagasse is where you’ll find some of the best steakhouse fare in Vegas. Located at the Venetian Hotel Casino, Delmonico was named from the legendary New Orleans institution, Delmonico Restaurant and Bar. The Modern American steakhouse offers lunch, dinner, and cocktail menus with options such as BTL sliders and roasted heirloom tomato ravioli. Official Website >>
Considered the best steak on the Strip, Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino is a fine dining spot where you can grab steaks, seafood, and cocktails. Items on the menu are made from ingredients from small family farms, day boat fishermen, and artisanal producers to ensure fresh quality and bursting flavors. Official Website >>
Head on over to Caesars and grab a plate at Nero’s steakhouse. With luxury service, award-winning cuisine, and a relaxing atmosphere, there’s no better place to dine. Nero’s also offers free valet service available during regular restaurant hours. Choose a starter to complement your entrée, such as Nero’s Chef’s Daily Soup. Then choose a cut of beef or seafood entre. There are plenty of great menu options to choose from.
Prime steakhouse at the Bellagio offers classic steak and seafood dishes with beautiful fountain views. Created by award-winning, four-star celebrity chef and restaurateur, Jean Georges Vongerichten, Prime offers a serene dining environment made even better by the eatery’s mouthwatering menu of prime steak, seafood, and lamb accompanied by sides, sauces, and wines. Official Website >>
9. Golden Steer
Golden Steer restaurant, bar, and lounge features a vintage Vegas atmosphere that attracts both locals and tourists alike. Founded in 1958, the Golden Steer is the oldest steakhouse in the city. Stop by and enjoy a juicy porterhouse or prime rib or ask for the a la carte seafood. Official Website >>
For an upscale dining experience centered around a bustling bar, head to N9ne at the Palms Casino Hotel. The newly remodeled restaurant offers American steak in a lively atmosphere. Created by Executive Chef Barry S. Dakake, the menu offers a variety of USDA prime aged beef, in addition to seafood, hand-crafted cocktails, an impressive wine list, and whimsical desserts. Official Website >>