While The Four Queens casino may not be the first place you’d think of for romance, Hugo’s Cellar is a gem of a date spot tucked away inside it. In addition to soaking up the cozy atmosphere, guests'll sink their teeth into some of the best prime rib in Vegas and enjoy fresh custom menu items made table-side.
Little has changed since Hugo's Cellar opened at the Four Queens in 1966. As soon as you walk down the steps and through the front door, you and your date are suddenly a world away from the hustle and noise of the casino floor, let alone the chaos of the nearby Fremont Street Experience. Classic tableside presentations aren't rare in Las Vegas, but feel especially genuine in spirit here, from the Caesar Salad at the beginning of the meal to the Bananas Foster dessert at the end. Along the way, share a seafood tower, cook your own beef, chicken, or seafood on a hot slab of granite, and enjoy the deep flavor of juicy dry-aged steaks. Every lady is handed a bright red rose to take home.
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Located in the basement level of the Four Queens casino on Fremont Street, Hugo's Cellar has long been known as one of the most romantic restaurants in Las Vegas—and it's hard to argue when every lady who walks through the door is handed a long-stem red rose. The chocolate-dipped strawberries are also on the house. Originally known as Hugo's Rotisserie when it opened in 1973, the restaurant is a showcase of tableside presentations, ranging from salads to begin the meal to a Bananas Foster or Cherries Jubilee to wrap it up. Along the way, you'll enjoy seafood platters and charbroiled steaks. The brick walls, framed artwork, and fireplace have been in place for years—along with much of the staff. The only thing that's changed is the wine list, which has now grown to more than 400 bottles.