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In Search of the Best Steakhouse in Las Vegas

Posted on March 2, 2010 by Jordan There have been 0 comments


When it comes to a good steak, the meat has to be cooked with care and done to perfection for a truly mouth-watering meal. There are many steakhouses in Las Vegas, but where they differ themselves from each other is by their quality of meat, method of cooking, and dining experience. In search of the perfect cut of meat, here are some recommended steakhouses in Las Vegas.

A Las Vegas steakhouse that is growing in popularity in is the Carnevino Italian Steakhouse. Chef Mario Batali from the Food Network’s Iron Chef, has partnered up with wine maker Joe Bastianich. As the name insists, this restaurant offers great American meat with an exceptional wine list. Located at the Palazzo, a meal at the Carnevino with wine is going cost about $100 a person, but the price is well worth it for this dining experience.

Great service from the sommelier is helpful in finding a great wine that both your taste and budget can agree on. The wait staff is very attentive making sure wine glasses are filled at all times during the meal helping to make this an enjoyable experience. Carnevino is known for its aged steak, which when cooked right tastes remarkable. The key effect of dry aging is the concentration of the flavors of meat with a large, evenly distributed fat content. Also only the higher grades of meat can be dry aged, which ensures that you are getting a great steak at the Carnevino.  

Another great steakhouse in Las Vegas with good value is the Capital Grille. Located at the Fashion Show Mall, the Capital Grille Las Vegas is said to be the top steakhouse in town for the price. Capital Grille is famous for their dry-aged steaks and award winning wines. People can take part of the elegant, club-like atmosphere with a steakhouse dining experience.

The Capital Grille has an outstanding staff that is very knowledgeable both in steak and fine wine. For a steak at the Capital Grille it is going to cost about $40 just for the meat, with appetizers and side dishes about $10 to $15 each then wine on top of that. Meals are cooked to perfection with delicious appetizers and desserts which are nice attributes to a great meal.

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