In a rare feat for a Vegas hotel restaurant, Emeril Lagasse's Delmonico Steakhouse has been around more than 20 years on the Strip. Everything operates under the hands-on guidance of chef de cuisine Ivan Rojas, who worked his way up through the kitchen. Prime cuts sourced from Creekstone Farms are dry-aged in-house and often given a New Orleans-inspired twist with Creole seasonings, especially the incredible bone-in Ribeye. The best way to experience the food is at the Chef's Table, which offers an up-close look at the kitchen team in action. Sealing the deal is the restaurant's famous whiskey list, which generally features more than 700 spirits from at least eight different countries. But if you just want to enjoy your steak with a deep, full-bodied red wine, there are plenty of options for that too.
How to book: Make a reservation online.