The Best Steakhouses In Las Vegas

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Las Vegas sure knows how to grill up the best steaks. Whether you like a big rib-eye or a petite filet (in honor of Filet Mignon Day on Aug. 15), these top five steakhouses in Las Vegas are sure to please.

STK
STK

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STK brings Las Vegas its hippest steakhouse yet. Aside from the dim lighting, sexy lounge setting and music reminiscent of a nightclub, the steakhouse at the Cosmopolitan features decadent cuts of beef, including a 10-ounce filet mignon, 14-ounce bone-in filet and 14-ounce dry-aged Delmonico. Do try the Lil’ Brgs with Waygu beef, special sauce and a sesame seed bun.

STK
Cosmopolitan, 702-698-7990

SW Steakhouse
SW Steakhouse

Photo Credit: Barbara KraftFor sheer elegance, SW Steakhouse takes home the prize with its lakeside seating and decadent dishes. Chef David Walzog’s creations include a chili-rubbed double rib eye, once featured on Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate,” along with black truffle creamed corn. Try a porterhouse-for-two, New York strip or dry-aged tomahawk chop.

SW Steakhouse
Wynn, 702-770-3325

CUT
CUT

Photo Credit: The Venetian
Wolfgang Puck’s ode to all things beef finds a home in the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Palazzo. Upscale steaks, creative cocktails and wine served in modern surrounds are just some of the calling cards here.

Cut
Grand Canal Shoppes at the Palazzo, 702-607-6300

Delmonico Steakhouse
Delmonico Steakhouse

Photo Credit: VenetianAlways tops on any list of best Las Vegas steakhouses is Delmonico Steakhouse, Emeril Lagasse’s stalwart at the Venetian. The restaurant takes its name from the legendary, century-old institution, Delmonico Restaurant, located in New Orleans, that Lagasse reopened in 1997. Expect Creole influences in all the food here. Try the bone-in rib-eye.

Delmonico Steakhouse
Venetian, 702-414-3737

StripSteak
StripSteak

Photo Credit: Mandalay BayCan Michael Mina do anything wrong in the kitchen? Nope. His first steakhouse, StripSteak, found a home at Mandalay Bay and easily made a name for itself. Here you’ll find his infamous butter-poached steaks, steeped in clarified butter with herbs, shallots and garlic and slow cooked. They’re finished off on a wood-burning stove. Simply luscious. Be sure to pair your steak with one of the 100-plus whiskies behind the bar.

StripSteak
Mandalay Bay, 702.632.7414.

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