Photo by Jeff Green, courtesy of Carversteak


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It took a few months, but Resorts World finally has a full-fledged steakhouse. Executive chef Daniel Ontiveros' menu has something for everyone, from bone-in filets and dry-aged ribeyes (brushed in a red wine shallot butter) to tender cuts of Japanese Wagyu. In a fun twist, diners are given a choice of five steak knives, accompanied by detailed descriptions. Yet Carversreak is destined to be best remembered for its lobster en croute (a two-pound lobster wrapped in a pastry like a beef Wellington) with a tangy cognac cream sauce. The dining room follows a stylish, mid-century modern design with splashes of neon and vintage photos on video screens. One private dining room is surrounded by bottles of Scotch. Another is decorated with wall-to-wall steak knives. Yet the best place to sit is in the expansive outdoor patio, which is partially enclosed with its own bar, keeping any aggressive weather at bay while still allowing in the glow of the Strip.
How to book: Book a reservation on the restaurant website.

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