Triple George Grill
Triple George Grill's got private booths that feel like studio apartments, giving their old-school digs a spacious feel. Rocking one of the most distinctive steaks in Vegas -- the Porcini Crusted Ribeye made with a sweet and spicy mushroom rub -- TGG brings classic cuts of meat to the next level.
This Downtown steakhouse is one block north of the Fremont Street Experience. Its rugged look of dark wood tones and deep brown leather is inspired by the Tadich Grill in San Francisco's Financial District, one of the oldest running bars in the United States. The Triple George Grill has a similar "all business" feel; built near the old Las Vegas Courthouse (now the Mob Museum) and a notorious power-lunch destination. If lawyers didn't have much to discuss, they'd pull up a seat at the bar. If they needed to confer with a client over an important case, the deep, oversized booths offered plenty of privacy. The photos on the wall each represent a "George"—usually a big tipper or someone with a reputation for being generous.