Oscar's Steakhouse has only been around since 2011, but feels like it's always belonged in the Plaza hotel, which is more than 50 years old. The restaurant is named after former Las Vegas mayor and mob lawyer Oscar Goodman and covered with memorabilia celebrating not only his career, but Sin City history. It's not uncommon to see the man himself holding court in the bar, which hosts happy hour 5-7 pm Wednesday-Sunday. Yet the true centerpiece of Oscar's Steakhouse is the circular dining room, surrounded by a dome of windows that let in the neon lights of Downtown. Steaks and seafood are the main attractions on the menu and if you really want to be like Oscar, order "Hizzoner"'—a stiff martini of Bombay Sapphire with a touch of jalapeno. Goodman loves to share stories about Sin City's criminal past during his semi-regular special dinner series.
How to book: Book a reservation online. Call 702-386-7227 or email the restaurant to inquire about availability for Oscar's Dinner Series.
Oscar's Steakhouse (named in honor of former Las Vegas mayor and mob lawyer Oscar Goodman) has three ways for larger parties to enjoy a meal just west of the Fremont Street Experience. Need to book dinner for 300 people? Everyone can fit in the main dining room with domed windows revealing the lights of Downtown. Otherwise, the Simpatico room, hidden out of view like a speakeasy, can hold 90 people. The intimate Wine Room holds ten people with unique curved glass walls. Just make sure to order at least one of the restaurant's signature martinis to wash down those juicy steaks.
How to book: Book a reservation online. Call 702-386-7227 or email the restaurant to inquire about availability for large parties.