Best steak in Vegas? Maybe 5-6 places can compete. But for best Las Vegas dining deals, you can bet that those five or six top steakhouses aren't competing to provide value for your money. So even though we're salivating over the prospect of eating at Carnevino at the Palazzo, or at STRIPSTEAK in Mandalay Bay, we're going to have to wait to win big at the craps tables to do it.
In the meantime, we're eating at some of the places listed below because they really do broil up a decent piece of beef...and because sometimes the best restaurants in Las Vegas are the restaurants with the most atmosphere, or the ones that provide the greatest dining deals in Las Vegas.
Here's a Top 10 list of best-steaks-for-your-bucks joints in Sin City:
10. The Range Steakhouse, Harrah's Las Vegas: 3475 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Have your steak while people watching on The Strip. Order the Prime Rb or Delmonico at this restaurant with the old school vibe.
9. Embers Steakhouse, Imperial Palace: 3535 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Known for its intimate, quiet atmosphere, this steak and seafood restaurant may provide the perfect respite from the hectic pace on The Strip.
8. TJ's Steakhouse, Las Vegas Hilton: 3000 Paradise Road
Because you don't need a steak, you need a side of beef. And TJ's may be just the place to find it. Serving up some of the largest steaks in Vegas, this steakhouse also has some of the most reasonable prices for your cut size. Start with some crab cakes before moving on to the 22 oz Bone-in Rib Eye.
7. Morton's Steakhouse at 400 East Flamingo Road
Normally, we're not going to recommend the larger chains because you can eat at those places practically anywhere in the country. And the Vegas Morton's looks like every other Morton's, and serves the same great quality of food.
But we are going to include this place because it's one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas and around the country for that matter...plus it scores high on the Las Vegas dining deals list. You can find great deals if you hit one of those discount Vegas dining booths on The Strip first. So. Want to get a great Morton's steak at a great price? Look for a discount ticket booth—the ones that sell discounted show tickets AND dining deals in Las Vegas, first.
6. Bally's Steakhouse, Bally's Casino: 3645 Las Vegas Boulevard South
One of the oldest steakhouses on The Strip, it's also one of the ones that oozes pseudo-swank without costing you an arm and a leg. You'll be greeted by a tuxedo-clad host, but you'll dine with guests wearing cargo shorts. Then you'll be stuffed to the gills with food. Don't order too many sides, the portions are huge.
5. Steakhouse at Bill's, Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon: 3595 Las Vegas Boulevard South
The vintage Vegas feel practically bursts from the stained glass dome ceiling and crushed red velvet booths, not to mention the old school desserts like Cherries Jubilee or Bananas Foster, both of which are served flambé. You'll be pretty happy with the steak here too, so long as you're not looking for a snobby wine steward pairing wines and A5 Kobe beef. Steakhouse at Bill's won a AAA Three Diamond Award. That and setting our cherries on fire definitely does it for us! Try the New York Strip Loin with green peppercorns and demi glace.
4. Vic & Anthony's, Golden Nugget: 129 E. Fremont Street
This restaurant earned a Michelin Guide recommendation, as well as Open Table's Best Food and Best Service awards. You want old school? Get the Iceberg Wedge Salad with crumbled Roquefort, before you cut into your Prime Strip.
3. Ellis Island Casino & Brewery at 4178 Koval Lane (behind Bally's)
Ok, the place is a total dive with not-so-great service, but the restaurant is open 24 hours (click cheap food in Vegas for other restaurants available 24/7), they have a karaoke machine, and some excellent beef and brew deals for under 10 bucks--one of the best dining deals in Las Vegas that we know of. When you get tired of The Strip snobbery, try Ellis Island Casino & Brewery.
2. The Steak House at Circus Circus: 2880 Las Vegas Boulevard South
The steaks have been aged 21 days—not the oldest aging on The Strip and not the oldest in vintage décor either, but this place is still a great choice—the restaurant was voted Best Steak House in Las Vegas for two decades now. Order the Porterhouse.
1. Golden Steer Steak House: 308 W. Sahara Ave.
They claim to have the best steaks on Earth since 1958. That might be debatable, though they are pretty darn good. What we are pretty sure of though, is that they've been serving the same dishes ON the same dishes since 1958. This place is old Vegas personified with lots of Rat Pack history. It's not in a great neighborhood, but they're gonna treat you like the living, breathing Dean Martin and you're going to get one of the best Las Vegas dining deals right here.
ChristineLuvsVegas is a freelance writer with a background in web writing and journalism.
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