New York has always packed Vegas with meatheads. Now she's sending over a Meatpacking legend: The Old Homestead Steakhouse, a 140yr-old icon whose first non-Tri-state location's a 6000sqft ode to classic red-leather-banquette dining. For that NY feel, their cherished mascot Annabelle the Cow will be greeting customers, and the freight train-inspired High Line room's filled with rails...just like those super-amped meatheads
While Vegas has a few new tricks up its sleeve (Kobe meatballs, braised short ribs...), the original's Pat LaFrieda steaks have made the journey, and count more than a half-dozen, lb-plus, dry aged prime cuts, from 16oz bone-in filets, to 18oz "Sherry Brothers" NY strips, to Lollipop Ribeyes: two pounds cooked & served on the "dinosaur bone", fitting, considering after dinner its existence will be Was (Not Was)
As outrageous as the portions is the breadth of bottles (15k on site), some sample-able via flights like the "Have Some Sass" (a trio of vintage Sassicaias), the "Dinner Flight" (hand-picked to match your meal), and the "Cab Cab Cab", the chanting of which hopefully won't reanimate Cab Calloway to stomp on your meal while singing "The Hi De Ho Man"
Finish off with red velvet cake bathed in white chocolate icing, or a skillet-cooked chocolate chip cookie topped with a scoop of ice cream that's rolled in candy, after which customers may mis-steak you for the cow.