1. Prime SteakhouseBellagio Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
2. Gordon Ramsay Steak3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
3. Tom Colicchio's CraftsteakMGM Grand, Las Vegas
4. CUT By Wolfgang Puck3325 South Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
5. Carnevino3325 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
6. SW Steakhouse3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
7. STRIPSTEAK3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas
8. The Old Homestead Steakhouse3570 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Prime is one of the many gems of the Bellagio, serving up traditional steakhouse fare with unexpected and creative sauces and condiments, like their crystallized onion tamarind glaze.
Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay's massive monument to American meats serves up top-notch cuts of steak in the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
Tom Colicchio's bronze- & leather- bedecked, pricey dry-aged beef temple offers cuts of meat like the Angus skirt, hanger, and filet mignon.
Helmed by resto mogul Wolfgang Puck, CUT is serving up modern twists on classic steakhouse faire in their modern, 160-seater nestled into the Palazzo. Stop by the 60-seat bar for innovative cocktails and bar snacks.
As the name might suggest, this Vegas resto helmed by Mario Batali specializes in meat and wine. In a town of countless upscale meat and potato joints, Carnevino gains the distinction of being one of the best steakhouses in Las Vegas. The upscale Italian fare Batali is known for also holds a prominent place on the menu.
Another dining outpost within the Wynn resort, the culinary breadth of Chef David Walzog’s SW Steakhouse reaches far beyond that of just steak. While the chili-rubbed double rib eye is the ultimate highlight of the menu, small bites like the black truffle cream corn and the sautéed Hudson Valley foie gras are equally decadent. Unlike other steak-obsessed spots in the area, SW also boasts solid vegetarian opens, like savory red quinoa and farro salads and rich entrées like roasted maitake mushrooms with eggplant caponata. The space manages to be cavernous while still feeling like a chic, classy bistro; diners seated at a table with views of the infamous “Lake of Dreams” and vibrant waterfall should feel especially lucky.
Michael Mina's STRIPSTEAK "redefines the classic American Steakhouse" with his creative takes on dishes that use slow-poached Wagyu beef and more.
Located within the cavernous walls of Caesar’s Palace, Old Homestead is the Vegas reincarnation of the famed Manhattan restaurant by the same name. The menu here is just as timeless: expect robust, juicy filet mignons accompanied by creamy bordelaise sauce and lighter classics like oysters Rockefeller Royale with Pernod crème. With a California-heavy wine list and interior that speaks to the heyday of mid-century Sin City grandeur (think crisp white table linens, plush red leather booths, sultry dim lighting), it’s a great spot for special evenings with your significant carnivore -- providing, of course, that both of you came equipped with fancy eveningwear and a reservation made long in advance.