1. Barry s Downtown Prime
Barry s Downtown Prime is a fairly new steakhouse inside Circa. Everything about the eatery is bespoke and curated with taste and class. On display are various artworks that complement the d cor beautifully. There are eight rooms spread out over more than 3000 square feet. Choose between the wet and dry steak choices, cooked over assorted fruitwoods and 900 degrees coals for those beautiful char marks. You can add a lobster tail, shrimp, and steak sauces to your order if you like.
2. Echo & Rig
Located in Tivoli village, Echo & Rig serves terrific steak. Apart from the restaurant, there’s a butcher shop where you can purchase your preferred steak cuts. The butchers here are knowledgeable and go the extra mile to give information about different meat cuts, history and they also conduct demonstrations.
3. Golden Steer
Golden Steer is an iconic venue, known to have fed celebrities and royalty such as boxing legend Muhammad Ali, Dean Martin, and others. It’s located along Sahara Avenue next to the Strip. Options include a 12oz filet mignon, bone-in rib-eye steak, a 24oz porterhouse steak, and more. You can opt for the Oscar-style steak featuring a beef cut of choice with crab, asparagus, and hollandaise sauce. The venue has a dress code, and casual fits such as open-toe shoes, tank tops, and shorts for men are not allowed.
4. Majordomo Meat and Fish
The Venetian is home to several restaurants, and Majordomo is one of them. They serve tasty steak prepared over hot coal and white oak for that authentic smoked taste. The quality is exceptional, with meat cuts cured for 24hours or longer for tenderness and juicy flavors. Sample the 21-day dry-aged New York steak or the 8oz smoked prime beef, which pairs well with mashed potatoes and other sides. You can add seared foie gras, grilled scallops, or lobster tail at an extra cost for a one-of-a-kind dining experience. The wine list has impressive choices to complement your meal. You can also enjoy cocktails, sakes, ciders, beer, and soft drinks if you prefer.
5. Delmonico Steakhouse
Another steakhouse still at the Venetian is Delmonico steakhouse by Emeril Lagasse. The menu and ambiance are sophisticated and appealing, bound to impress anyone who wants luxurious dining. The venue combines Creole cooking, French techniques, and American fare, all under one roof. The star of the show here is the Chateaubriand that comprises a 20oz Angus, carved tableside for two, garlic potatoes, asparagus, b arnaise sauce, and red wine reduction. The menu is diverse, and drinks are available.