Photo by Anthony Mair, courtesy of Bugsy & Meyer's

Bugsy & Meyer's Steakhouse

Las Vegas
Steakhouse
$$$$
Available for Reservations

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Bugsy & Meyer's is a celebration of vintage style and local history. Not only is the steakhouse named after the mobsters who opened the Flamingo, it includes a bakery "storefront" as the entrance, allowing guests to sneak in and walk past the kitchen Goodfellas-style to reach the dining room. Fortunately, the kitchen does everything possible to make sure the substance of the food matches the sizzle of the environment. Bone-in cuts are dry-aged in-house for 60 days and it's hard to resist the tenderness of the prime rib cap. A seafood tower is a popular appetizer, but the calories and time are better spent on The Cadillac (a separated shellfish cocktail of lobster, shrimp, and crab) and the prime beef tartare mixed with a tart foie gras aioli.
How to book: Make a reservation online.

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The gangster-themed steakhouse is adding a few holiday dishes to the menu in time for Christmas. A poached Maine lobster in citrus butter is served with lobster mushroom risotto and shaved truffles, while a coffee-rub prime rib with horseradish cream comes with seasonal vegetables and Yorkshire pudding. Begin the meal with cold-smoked Scottish salmon and a winter greens salad with spiced pecans and charred citrus vinaigrette.
Cost: Smoked salmon $28.95, winter greens $17.95, poached lobster $105.95, and prime rib $75.95.
How to book: Make a reservation online.

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This steakhouse loves to show off its gangster theme with a speakeasy-style entrance that passes through a faux bakery. It also has a few different rooms with multiple seating areas. The private dining room is usually separated into three different configurations, but the walls can be removed to form one giant gathering space. Splurge on a couple seafood towers to share.
How to book: Reservations are available online. Call 866-733-5827 to book groups of 14 or more.

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