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Slightly seedy/old school steakhouse with great food?

caraely | Aug 26, 2010 03:47 PM

Going to Vegas for Labor Day with my best friend. We want to have one great steak dinner. New York steaks, martinis, good salads or vegetable sides, and desserts.

We've been to Vegas a lot. We like to find places that are a little off the beaten path, or maybe slightly old-school or a bit seedy (maybe "fading rose" is a better term), as long as the food is good and the people-watching is just as good. We don't want a "hush hush" steakhouse or one that's too much of an LA scene.

I've had steak at Hugo's Cellar (not bad), The Golden Steer (it was a bit too empty and while the steaks were good, sides were not), CarneVino (great but not right for this), Onda (not right for this), Kokomo's (same)...probably forgetting a few.

Should I try Circus Circus next? Never done it and seems like it might fit the bill. Or is there some other steakhouse I'm missing?

Thanks. Price is not really a concern. Meat-wise, I don't need anything fancier than a great New York steak.

Golden Steer
308 West Sahra, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Hugo's Cellar
202 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101

3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

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