Rare Steakhouse


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Red meat feels like the perfect way to bid 2021 adieu. So head to Rare Steakhouse for a prix-fixe, three-course menu for $85 per person that includes smoked oyster chowder; a choice of Dijon-roasted prime rib, braised lamb shank, or Chilean sea bass; and a choice of caramelized apple tart or the signature cheesecake for dessert. And if none of this speaks to you, you’re welcome to order off the a la carte menu.
How to book: Via website

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A steakhouse inside a casino could not be more Rat Pack-y, and Rare invites that level of debauchery. Under the seasoned eye of head chef Kyle Bradis, the restaurant has blossomed into a destination dining spot. Order up unconventional cuts like Ideue beef, Sanuki Olive Beef, and Kobe—the real stuff, not the unregulated cuts—and you’ll feast alongside rare bourbons, chic decor, and unmatched views. Make time for the surf and turf for two special on Sunday nights—for a mere $250, you’ll split a 20-ounce Wagyu dry-aged New York strip from Snake River Farms and a broiled two-and-a-half pound Maine lobster, served beurre blanc-style.
How to book: Make a reservation via website

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