When you're a guest in Las Vegas, it's all about treating yourself. Throw those twenties in the slot machine, visit Lady Luck in the high roller room, and indulge in your gluttony in the Vegas hotels' famous buffets. Or better yet, order a nice, juicy steak from one of the many illustrious steakhouses on the strip.

Most people save their Vegas travel budget for excursions like the shows or a ride on the gondolas at the Venetian. But while you're here, you might as well dig your teeth into some of the finest steaks on the West coast. And there are plenty of restaurants to choose from. That's why we gathered a few to give you our recommendations for the ten best steakhouses in Las Vegas.

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10 CUT By Wolfgang Puck

Wolf Gang Puck's CUT may be a part of a restaurant chain, but their meats are consistently prime. CUT can be found inside The Palazzo, where their carefully selected choice of beef is presented in elegant fashion on their plates. You can get anything from Maple Glazed Pork Belly to a Korean Style Steak Tartare with a side of quail eggs.

You can even find a Bone Marrow Flan with mushroom marmalade, along with an extensive list of light eateries like salads and salmon. Their Rough Cut menu comes with King Crab rolls and the Platinum section includes a 20 oz. New York steak.

9 SW Steakhouse

SW Steakhouse is located in the Wynn in Las Vegas comes with beef and vegan entrees a full-fledged water show for dessert. You can reserve a table any night of the week from 5:30 to 10 PM. They have a slight dress code that asks men to and women to don in their best business casual attire.

But on to the good stuff. SW serves a highly coveted slice of beef known as the Japanese Wagyu. According to their menu, "Wagyu cattle are known worldwide for producing meat with exceptional marbling characteristics and naturally enhanced flavor, tenderness, and juiciness."

Is your mouth watering yet?


8 Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse



Tivoli Village offers another one-of-a-kind steakhouse that locals refer to as Echo & Rig. Their Las Vegas location is known for their lunch, dinner, and brunch menus, all of which come at an affordable price. This restaurant has its own butcher's shop that works with specific farmers from around the nation to bring only the best meat to their guests.

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They offer everything from small plates to Creekstone all-natural rib eye cap. And if you're feeling especially adventurous, their Brunch offers $16 bottomless mimosas.

7 THE Steak House

You may have heard of the Steakhouse, but if it's not THE Steakhouse, well— you're in the wrong joint. Nestled inside Circus Circus Las Vegas, this restaurant has been a local and guest tradition for over thirty years. Their website boasts that they offer the "finest quality Midwestern beef, dry-aged to perfection in a glass-enclosed room viewable from the main dining room. Prime cuts are prepared over an exhibition-style, open-hearth mesquite charcoal broiler."

Dinner and a show, what more could you want? Ask for the porterhouse steak with a side of Alaskan king crab legs if you really want the full experience.

6 Redwood Steakhouse

Redwood Steakhouse at the California Hotel & Casino invites you in with its warm atmosphere and the unmistakable aroma of charbroiled steak. Even if you're not feeling their bone-in rib-eye steak, there are plenty of other options available. Their baked salmon, miso sea bass, and grilled lamb chop with grilled ratatouille vegetables sound especially delicious.

The best time to go is in between 4 and 6 PM during their Social Hour. They offer $5 small bites and $7 martinis. You're welcome.

5 Andiamo Steakhouse

Right at the heart of downtown Las Vegas on Fremont street sits an elegant little steakhouse called Andiamo. You'll be amazed by this place from the start; after entering their lit brick archway, you'll be ushered into a quaint seating area that is perfect for romantic evenings. They serve American prime steak with Italian seasoning for a tasty experience unlike any other in Vegas.

They even serve warm homemade bread right to your table. Almost everything on this menu is handled with care because Andiamo Steakhouse only offers the freshest ingredients which they prepare by hand every single day.


4 Top Of Binion's Steakhouse

Another delicacy you can find downtown is Top Of Binion's Steakhouse. However, this steakhouse has one thing that none of the others have: a view. The starling Las Vegas skyline can be seen from almost any table in the house.


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Their meat is prepared over an open flame with the smells of sizzling Creekstone Farms Black Angus Beef wafting over the dimly lit dining room.


3 Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse

Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse is spread out across the U.S. but the one in Vegas is just inches from the casino floor. It has been voted one of the top steakhouses with their USDA Prime Midwest grain-fed beef and envious dessert menu. Enjoy your meal with one of their eccentric cocktails like the Perfect Patron Margarita or the Lavender Lemontini.

2 Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse


Del Frisco's chic facade is right off the strip. They are celebrated for their wine selection, but their prime Manhattan cut New York Strip is a sight to behold. It's paired with Del's jumbo lump crab cake and is served under a melting fountain of wild mushroom bordelaise sauce.

You won't get the full experience of Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse unless you ask the see the James Bond table. After dinner, they will take you into a nondescript room with a seemingly ordinary poker table at its center. But with the push of a button, the table transforms into an eclectic wine table in a fashion that is on par from what you might see in the movies. The table rises to reveal 18 handmade wine bottles, all of which represent each of the James Bond Films.


1 Golden Steer Steakhouse

And finally, we have the longest-running steakhouse in all of Las Vegas. The Golden Steer Steakhouse has been spoken highly of by some of its famed regulars: Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr, to name a few. They've been perfecting their menu since 1958, making sure that their Prime Aged Steaks reach a 35 wet-day maturity before it can be served at their tables.

The Golden Steer has been appropriately acclaimed by dishing out The Best Steaks On Earth, namely their 24 oz. Diamond Jim Cut Prime Rib of Beef and their Petite Filet Mignon.


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