Las Vegas Steakhouses

Ribeye at Tom Colicchio's Craftsteak MGM Grand
Ribeye at Tom Colicchio's Craftsteak MGM Grand

Golden Steer Steak House

308 W. Sahara Ave.
Branded as the oldest steakhouse in Las Vegas (it opened in 1958), the steakhouse is known for its prime rib, New York and filet of beef.


The Palazzo
Over $50
This AAA Four Diamond Award-winning restaurant by Wolfgang Puck features USDA Prime Nebraska corn-fed, 35-day dry-aged steaks as well as Japanese 100% Wagyu Beef. Choose from a wide selection of house-made sauces to accompany your entrée.


The Palazzo
Over $50
Celebrity chef Mario Batali and winemaker Joe Bastianich have joined together for the full dining experience. The restaurant offers 6- to 8-month-old dry-aged beef paired with an extraordinary wine selection.

SW Steakhouse

Wynn Las Vegas
Over $50
The innovative menu at this restaurant offers a variety of charred, prime-aged steaks and chops as well as an outdoor terrace that overlooks the Lake of Dreams.

THE Steak House

Circus Circus
Enjoy mesquite grilled steak, prime rib, lobster, lamb chops, crab legs and other seafood selections at this steakhouse.

The Flame Steak House

El Cortez Hotel & Casino
Enjoy live piano music while you dine on prime rib and New York steaks along with a variety of beef, chicken and seafood entrees.

BRAND Steakhouse

Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino
Over $50
This steakhouse fuses modern fine dining with nightlife. The menu includes imaginative interpretations of classic steakhouse favorites including The Ultimate Steak – a 8.6-lb. beef porterhouse.

Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak

MGM Grand
Over $50
Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio makes it simple at Craftsteak with food from small family farms and farmer’s market vegetables. Enjoy you steak with a drink from the over 200 Bourbon and Scotch labels available.

Fogo de Chao

360 E. Flamingo Rd.
Bringing the flavors of Southern Brazil to Las Vegas, meats are roasted over pits of open fire, called cooking “The Gaucho Way”.


Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa
In addition to prime steaks, fresh seafood flown in daily, signature appetizers and unique side dishes, Hanks offers over 30 different types of martinis – shaken or stirred.

N9NE Steak House

The Palms Hotel & Casino
Over $50
At N9NE, the diverse menu changes daily and includes a variety from sirloin to sashimi.

Smith and Wollensky

3767 South Las Vegas Blvd.
Over $50
Enjoy your meal on the sidewalk café right on the Las Vegas Strip in front of Wollensky’s Grill, which stays open until 3:00 a.m. for late night dining.


The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Over $50
Enjoy a live DJ while dining at STK which provides a flirty, feminie take on the classic American Steakhouse.

Prime Steakhouse

Over $50
Designed to remind diners of a luxurious 1930s-style speakeasy, Prime offers prime steak, seafood and lamb along with sauces, sides and its wine collection.

Gordon Ramsay Steak

Paris Las Vegas
At this steakhouse, guests get a look at the exclusive beef aging program created under the direction of Chef Ramsay with menu options ranging from traditional steakhouse fare to Ramsay’s signature dishes.

Old Homestead Steakhouse

Caesars Palace
The exclusive menu includes several signature dishes from the restaurant’s New York City menu including a 32-ounce Gotham rib steak on the bone, filet mignon on the bone and an 18-ounce empire cut of prime rib.

Delmonico Steakhouse

Over $50
Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse offers New Orleans style cuisine with signature bold flavors and specialties like bone-in ribeye.


Mandalay Bay
Over $50
StripSteak offers a classic menu including corn-fed, all-natural meat as well as A5 Japanese Kobe beef and 300 single malts.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse

8721 W. Charleston Blvd.
Over $50
Meat is hand-cut daily on site for generously thick steaks that are seared at extremely high temperatures to seal in the beef’s natural juices and flavors. Fresh vegetables are served family style, and diners can choose from five different potato preparations.