Best Steakhouses in the U.S.
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Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

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Kelly Campbell

Calling all carnivores: from old-school institutions to trendy newcomers, these steakhouses are a cut above the rest.

Carnevino, Las Vegas

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Vegas isn’t short on steakhouses: every casino in town has one, and they run the gamut from traditional to modern. But Mario Batali’s take on the Sin City staple is our favorite for its Riserva rib eye, which is dry aged for eight months and has a distinctive—and delicious—blue cheesiness. If you’re feeling especially decadent, opt for the black truffles, about 10 grams worth, shaved tableside. It’s gilding the lily, but hey, this is Vegas. Also of note is the bistecca fiorentina, a massive porterhouse for two, and, of course, the house-made pasta. Start with a half-order beef agnolotti with onion ragu or Mario’s signature beef cheek ravioli.

steakhouses las vegas

Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

Carnevino, Las Vegas

Vegas isn’t short on steakhouses: every casino in town has one, and they run the gamut from traditional to modern. But Mario Batali’s take on the Sin City staple is our favorite for its Riserva rib eye, which is dry aged for eight months and has a distinctive—and delicious—blue cheesiness. If you’re feeling especially decadent, opt for the black truffles, about 10 grams worth, shaved tableside. It’s gilding the lily, but hey, this is Vegas. Also of note is the bistecca fiorentina, a massive porterhouse for two, and, of course, the house-made pasta. Start with a half-order beef agnolotti with onion ragu or Mario’s signature beef cheek ravioli.

Kelly Campbell
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