If you’re on the Strip and want nothing but red meat: Craftsteak
If one of your buddies won’t shut up about how he cooks the best steaks you’ve ever had, take him here to teach him humility. The restaurant prepares simple dishes cooked perfectly to showcase the cow's primo cuts. We say reserve one of the private dining rooms and take on the Wagyu New York strip or the 96oz porterhouse. It says it’s for two, but damn it, this is a bachelor party. Muscle it down.
If you want knock-you-out sushi: Kabuto
You’ll find great sushi on the Strip, it’s true. Nobu and Sushi Roku are the spots to see. But for really great, authentic, punch-you-across-the-mouth sushi, go to Kabuto in Chinatown. You’re sitting at the bar, and you’re ordering the $120 omakase option. Everything is flown in daily, and this, the top-tier prix fixe menu, includes all the best cuts. This is the premium fatty tuna all other fatty tunas keep pictures of in their lockers.
If you’re on the Strip and want to eat probably too much: Wicked Spoon
If you try one Vegas buffet, make it this one. Everything, from the salads (we know, but seriously), to the sushi, to the fillet, to the dessert stand will show you how eating should be done. Especially if you’re in a large group, this is the best way to get an incredible meal and keep costs down.