A BIT OF HISTORY
This NYC-based steakhouse has been around since 1868, and while its Vegas location is a bit newer, brothers Marc and Greg Sherry went out of their way to maintain the restaurant’s vibe at Caesars Palace. Now, it’s like a small piece of old New York City, but relocated to the Vegas Strip. Big Apple accents include dark wood tables, burgundy leather booths, and a glass wine cellar with 15,000 bottles. When it comes to the dishes, old New York traditions abound. For example, all the cuts are provided by a specialty East Coast butcher, and are aged in the exact same fashion the original Old Homestead has been using for years. They also serve all the same menu items that Manhattanites will recognize -- even their signature towering seafood platter, complete with oysters, shrimp, king crab, and lobster.
Pro Tip: The dessert portions are huge, so save room -- and definitely plan on sharing. Especially if you get the “Candy Bar” dessert, which features a fudge brownie crunch, peanut butter nougat, and buttered popcorn ice cream to satisfy those salty/sweet cravings.