Five Great Places for Steak in Downtown Las Vegas

January 16, 2017

Sometimes in Las Vegas, your inner carnivore wins, and it just has to be steak.

Thankfully, downtown Las Vegas has multiple great options for meat lovers. Here are five reliably delicious steakhouse options in the heart of Las Vegas.

1. Hugo’s Cellar at Four Queens

Hugo’s Cellar at Four Queens is one of the best gems in the entire city. The restaurant has an old-school charm that has endured and thrived, and the service is a throwback to a time when customers were the star of the show. Hugo’s Cellar is a romantic (female guests are presented with a rose) escape at a classic downtown casino and is not to be missed. Learn more.

Your best bet: Try the Hugo’s Hot Rock Specialty for Two. The dish features filet medallions, Ahi tuna, chicken and shrimp, prepared at your table.

Hugo's Cellar

Tableside salad service makes Hugo’s Cellar makes it a true throwback. So does the sign that says, “Please remove your hat before entering the restaurant.

2. Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse at Golden Nugget

Downtown’s premier resort, Golden Nugget, serves up a classic steakhouse showcasing exceptional steak and seafood dishes. It’s a luxurious restaurant with an unpretentious vibe, and has won numerous accolades for its steak and stellar service. Learn more.

Your best bet: Vic & Anthony’s boasts one of the best prix fixe deals in Las Vegas, but you won’t find it on the menu. You can find the deal on the restaurant’s Web page, under “Distinctive Dining Three-Course Meal.” Choose an appetizer, entree (filet mignon, fish or shrimp scampi), side dish and dessert, all for $52. Perfect meal, great value, especially considering the fact many Las Vegas restaurants charge that for the entree alone!

Vic Anthony's steakhouse

Sheer perfection on a plate.

3. Andiamo Italian Steakhouse at The D

Andiamo Italian Steakhouse by Joe Vicari is a palate-pleasing nod to traditional steakhouse cuisine against the backdrop of Italian hospitality and style. Located on the second floor of The D Las Vegas, Andiamo’s is welcoming and intimate, perfect for a date or gathering of friends. You’ll be tempted to fill up on the homemade breads and handmade pasta, so do! You’re in Las Vegas! Learn more.

Your best bet: In Vegas, it’s go big or go home. Do your best to take on the Andiamo Tomahawk, a long-bone 32-ounce rib-eye steak.

Andiamo tomahawk

We’d categorize the 32-ounce tomahawk at Andiamo as “aspirational.” Tip: Ask about the Zip sauce!

4. Top of Binion’s Steakhouse at Binion’s

To lots of visitors from around the world, Binion’s is synonymous with Las Vegas. It’s no surprise, then, that the Top of Binion’s Steakhouse is the kind of restaurant guests have been raving about since the town got its start. Beyond the recently-refreshed menu of steakhouse classics (the steaks are aged a minimum of 28 days), the restaurant also provides a spectacular view of downtown Las Vegas, from 24 floors up. Learn more.

Your best bet: Make sure to save room for dessert. From the S’Mores Lava Cake to the Modelo Negra Chocolate Bundt Cake, Binion’s Steakhouse always saves the best for last. And don’t even get us started about the dessert cocktails!

Binion's

Come for the steak, stay for the everything else.

5. Redwood Steakhouse at The California

The California is about a block from the Fremont Street Experience, and offers some great gambling and dining values. The Redwood Steakhouse at The Cal was recently renovated, so check it out when you’re downtown. If steak isn’t your thing, make sure to hit the incomparable California Noodle House nearby. Learn more.

Your best bet: Be sure to try the Redwood Bar’s Social Menu (4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily), with affordable small bites and classic cocktails. It’s a great launching pad before hitting your favorite slots and table games at The Cal.

Redwood Steakhouse at The California

Redwood has a whole new look, as does The California’s entire casino. Stop by for a look.

These steakhouses are just the beginning when it comes to some of the best steaks in Las Vegas! Of course, there’s plenty to love for Vegans and vegetarians at these restaurants as well. Las Vegas has something for everyone.

If you have a favorite Las Vegas steakhouse, we’d love to hear about it, so drop a comment.

15 Responses

  1. Bob MILLER says:

    I have been to, and enjoyed great beef at all of them.
    Binion’s, however, would not make my top five. Oscar’s definitely should be on the list!!!

  2. Lois says:

    We had the filet mignon at Binions last week and they were the best steaks we’ve had in years. The entire meal and drinks were wonderful and the service was outstanding. This will be a “must do” each time we’re in Vegas!

  3. Larry Smith says:

    Andiamo’s is the best steakhouse I have ever been to. Service and food

  4. mikel says:

    gping to vegas in march love a good meal

  5. Mikey says:

    We love eating at Hugo’s Cellar. One of our “must do’s” while in Las Vegas.

  6. Gary Sawyer says:

    I am well aware that it is not downtown, but about as close as you can get, but my favorite place in Vegas for a steak is The Steakhouse at Circus Circus.

  7. gregg says:

    How about Triple George’s?
    IMO – They much better.

  8. Joe says:

    ANDIAMO is far superior then all the others mentioned! If you want consistency in quality food and TOP notch service visit this restaurant. Hugo’s is out dated, Vic and Anthony’s not consistent with service, binions ……well, I’ll leave that to you to be disappointed.

  9. Rob says:

    Hugos is way past it’s prime… The service was good the $55 Filet mignon?… totally not worth it!! Sent it back and got the Ribeye… was still disappointed. Go to The Steakhouse at Circus Circus or Vic and Anthonys

  10. Perry kane says:

    Vic and Anthony’s is the best of this list hands down any day of the week. I been to them all!

  11. Joe Koch says:

    I’ve always had a great meal at Binion’s and the view is spectacular

  12. I have only been to binions steakhouse. I have been there three times and all three times the steak was great. Price was a good deal for LV. Dinner with a view and felt like you stepped back into 1960s in vegas. Im 34 an liked the old feel of vegas with a view and great steak.

  13. Edd Wallace says:

    The Golden Steer is not quite downtown, but it never disappoints and is always worth the effort in getting seated.

  14. Carl H says:

    The only fault I could find is not making it 6 places and include Oscars. Great service and great food. A must go to for steaks.

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