Top Ten Vegas Steakhouses That Should be a Not to Visit

Top Ten Vegas Steakhouses That Should be a “Sin” Not to Visit

Top Ten Vegas Steakhouses That Should be a “Sin” Not to Visit – The whir of a roll of the dice.  The slap of an ace in a game of cards.  The roar of a crowd at the roulette wheel or clang, ding and buzz of a slot machine hitting a jackpot.  These sounds and experiences, along with the lights of the neon strip and upscale shopping, make up some of the most iconic imagery of Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada.  True foodies know, however that the other, not-so-secret, side to booming, modern Vegas is an iconic food scene with a larger than life focus on that southwest staple; STEAK!

At the Chicago Steak Company, we’re all about searching out regional locales for the biggest and best in USDA Prime, dry-aged, gourmet steak meals.  Las Vegas has everything from iconic steak house classics to national chains to modern up-and-coming spots, sure to be setting new trends for years to come.  In fact, Vegas has so many great spots to choose from, we couldn’t pick just one.  So sit back, relax and maybe fire up the grill in preparation for dinner.  We’ve got out list of tried and true Las Vegas Nevada steak restaurants that you can’t afford to miss while on your next vacation, business trip or stop in historic Sin City.


When preparing our list of top ten Las Vegas steakhouse restaurants we applied our own high standards, first and foremost, weighting the scores heavily in favor in those who source only the finest quality beef.  Selection of available cuts and variety of sides and accompaniments, fitting with Las Vegas’ go big or go home reputation, were our next highest factors.  Finally, we took into consideration the fine details such as ambience, reputation and service.  To break the inevitable close call between these fine establishments we applied the subjective yet all important “Would We Take a First Date Here” test; a time-honored method for evaluating any potential gourmet dinner meal.  What we came up with was a list of 10 of the best Las Vegas steakhouses, with five more that were so good they deserved a nod to their beefy wonders on our honorable mentions list.

The variety of quality steakhouses that made our Las Vegas Top Ten List is a reflection on the storied history of Sin City as a place for glamour and indulgence.  Whatever flavor of steak restaurant experience, Vegas will more than have you covered.  While we ranked our specific preferences, you certainly can’t go wrong with a night out at any of the fine establishments on our list.


The Top 5 Las Vegas Steakhouse Restaurants

1.    Carnevino

Address: 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Dry-Aged Beef: Yes

What to Order: Dry Aged Bone in Ribeye with Duck Egg “Antipasti” for Starters

The Breakdown: While Las Vegas may be known for its glitz and glamour, sometimes it takes simplicity to let true quality shine through.  Take the meat at Carnevino, the high-end steak house offering from celebrity chef, Mario Batali.  Each tender, juicy USDA Prime cut of beef is aged in Carnevino’s personal “beef chamber” for a minimum of 90-120 days.  For preparation, salt, pepper and rosemary are it, keeping things simple and letting the beef shine through.  And shine it does.  Sin City’s top steak restaurant sources all of its beef from hormone and antibiotic free farms.  The meat is grass fed and corn finished ensuring perfect marbling, juiciness and flavor.

Since this is a Batali restaurant you know the sides and ambience certainly won’t let you down, either.  A life-size statue of one of Brazil’s most famous bulls graces a dining room that features vaulted ceilings, elegant place settings and service that can’t be beat.  Sides, starters, deserts and wines are all superb as well.  Dishes such as squash blossoms loaded with ricotta and plenty of prosciutto options give just a hint of the Italian roots of Carnevino’s founder but don’t be fooled, it’s the steak that’s the star of the show at this must-eat restaurant.

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2.    Bazaar Meat

Address: 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Dry-Aged Beef: Yes

What to Order: “Vaca Vieja” 8-10 Year-Old Holstein

The Breakdown:  If you’re looking for variety in the form of a beef-themed trip around the globe, you need go no further than Bazaar Meat.  Located in the heart of the SLS resort, this upscale meat-centric restaurant will have you feeling as if you’ve stepped straight into a hunting lodge.  True to theme, the menu is jam packed with just about every type of meat you could conjure up, including plenty of game meats for the adventurous type.  As with many of celebrity chef Jose Andres’ restaurants, small plates are meant to be served family style, making this a great place to bring a group.

When it comes to the beef, Chicago Steak Company’s primary focus, you’ll be hard pressed to find another Las Vegas Steakhouse offering quite as many cuts and serving options.  Rare carpaccio’s highlight the tender flavors of exceptionally sourced filet while an entire page of the menu is dedicated to the art of curing just about any cut you can imagine.  The classic steaks are present, of course, but you’ll be hard pressed to choose among the sides and sharables.

3.    The Barrymore

Address: 99 Convention Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Dry-Aged Beef: Yes

What to Order: Dry-Aged, Bone-In Kansas City Striploin

The Breakdown:  If you’re looking for the epitome of swanky, old school Las Vegas dining, look no further than the Barrymore.  Patterned wallpaper adorns the walls while the ceilings feature the same copper panels you’d expect to see in a prohibition-era speakeasy.  Classic movie stars are littered on the numerous posters and, true to the steakhouse’s name, film tins are interspersed for the perfect added touch of decoration.

If the rich surroundings aren’t enough for you, try taking a bite out of the jam-packed menu.  Sure, there’s chicken and seafood options for the less adventurous types, but beef is where the party really gets going.  Steaks are available both wet and dry aged, making for the perfect compare and contrast in beefy, culinary delights.  Be sure to sample one of the luxury editions; we’re partial to the foie gras medallion or lobster tail ourselves!

4.    Craftsteak

Address: 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Dry-Aged Beef: Yes

What to Order: 24 Hour Beef Short rib

The Breakdown:  Conveniently located in the heart of the Las Vegas strip at the MGM Grand Resort, Craftsteak offers up an elegant and refined take on the traditional steakhouse recipe.  Hanging pendant lights with exposed Edison style bulbs contrast with traditional wood paneling and linen less wood tabletops for a rustic appearance fitting for a beef oasis in the middle of the Vegas desert.

When it comes to the menu at this popular beef destination hungry diners are sure to find all of the steakhouse classic their hearts could desire.  Crisp Caesar, fennel and wild arugula salads are perfect for those in need of a lighter veggie starter.  For those with a seafood bent, the lobster bisque has earned rave reviews.  The beef certainly isn’t any slouch at Craftsteak with a wide variety of cuts and preparations.  Try the 24 hour, slow braised short ribs for melt in your mouth tenderness.  For those with exotic tastes, there’s also a full selection of certified A5 Wagyu beef.  All the meaty selections are antibiotic free so dine in full confidence that you’re sampling the highest quality beef available.

5.    Edge Steakhouse

Address: 3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Dry-Aged Beef: Yes

What to Order: Pepper Crusted Beef Carpaccio

The Breakdown: If marble columns, sleek walnut and glistening glass paneling is your idea of dining elegance, then the Edge Steakhouse located in the Westgate Resort is your destination of choice for a steak dinner to remember on the Las Vegas strip.  While the meat is top notch, be sure to sample some of the delicacies from the sea such as the Salmon Belly Crudo or the enormous free for all assortment that is the Edge Display for Two.

The beef is the true star of the show at this luxurious Vegas dining spot.  Edge Steakhouse offers CAB (Certified Angus Beef) in a variety of cuts as well as traditional Wagyu and certified A5 Japanese Wagyu Beef.  Try your favorite cut from one, or all of the categories in order to develop a true appreciation for the delicate flavor nuances and fork tenderness that comes with a quality steak, prepared with care.

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