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A visit to this elegant restaurant takes you back in time to the 1930s, when the martinis were strong and glamor was essential. This plush restaurant is one of the fancier steakhouses in town, complete with marble floors, velvet drapes and soft lighting from a small lamp on each table. A huge wine list is offered and a full bar is seen as you enter the establishment. Superb seafood, steak and chicken dishes are standard menu items. It is located in the Bellagio Hotel.
This casual dining venue located in the Bellagio, adjacent to the Baccarat Bar, is designed by Tony Chi and has a marble floor that is etched with the noodle inspired designs. Living up to its name, Noodles serves an array of traditional noodle dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. Renowned chef, Patrick Lee has also incorporated authentic Hong Kong style barbecue dishes and several delicious dim-sum items in the menu. A meal at this chic and elegant restaurant is perfect for a celebration with the family.
The SW Steakhouse found in Wynn Las Vegas is a cut above the other Vegas steakhouses. Offering a variety of entrees like pan-roasted sea scallops, roasted Scottish salmon and cheese-crusted Colorado lamb chops, the SW Steakhouse is not the typical meat and potatoes joint. Though, of course, they do serve meat, and it is to die for. Every steak is cooked to perfection and you can certainly find some specialty steaks here, like a double-cut rib eye or a 40 oz. Porterhouse for two. After dinner, try the summer sampler for dessert, but be sure to bring friends to help because this is a four course dessert with shakes, ice cream sandwiches, sorbet and ice cream bars.
Housed in the in Circus Circus casino, The Steakhouse has been awarded the title of the “Best Steakhouse in Las Vegas” for over 20 years for a good reason. Burgundy, dark wood and brass fixtures throughout the restaurant add to the rich interiors. Treat your palette to piping hot and juicy steaks like you have never eaten before! Try the Porterhouse steak and the petite filet mignon and you are sure to be back for more! Perfectly cooked mesquite-grilled steaks aged 21 days, lobsters, crab legs and a lot more is on the menu for seafood lovers.
When celebrated chef Michael Mina decided to open his first steakhouse concept, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino stepped up and provided a sharply designed space for him to operate. Stripsteak offers up Angus and American Wagyu beef cooked on a wood-fired grill, as well as impossibly tender slow-poached prime rib. The prices are up there, but the service, high quality food and unique atmosphere make it worthwhile for those willing to spend.
Besides having the luxury of being located in the Four Seasons Hotel, this restaurant has been an extremely popular dining destination for guests and visitors alike. Make sure to sample the aged artisan beef, but don't miss out on the frequently changing rest of the menu as well to find some truly unforgettable dishes. You'll love your meal so much, you may just have to come back again the next day!
One of the best restaurants in the city, this lovely five room restaurant inside Mandalay Bay features waterfalls and live swans. The rooms all serve to convey a different feeling, but the contemporary American and seafood cuisine always conveys supreme flavor. One of the best-known features is the wine tower, with a multi-storied wine cellar complete with pulley-climbing wine "angels".