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Look Inside the Contrasting Decor of Alder & Birch

The new steakhouse at the Orleans goes with cream and dark wood seating.

Alder & Birch
Alder & Birch
Amelinda B Lee


Take a look inside Alder & Birch, the new steakhouse taking over the former Canal Street restaurant location at The Orleans. The main room features cream and dark wood seating, table and accents, in a nod to the Alder & Birch name. The all-new restaurant concept for the resort spent an estimated $2,077,000 for construction on the project.

Guests walk into a lounge that features cookbooks, some that are 80 years old. Polished wooden shutters contrast with blackened industrial sash window panels. Semi-private, glass-screened booths line the dining room with each featuring its own chandelier. Two private dining rooms host larger parties.

Look for dishes such as house-dried filet mignons, a porterhouse, grass-fed ribeye and Wagyu sirloin, as well as a double-cut Kurobuta pork chop, jidori chicken breast, oven-roasted sea bass and diver scallops. Top those steaks with an egg, Maytag bleu cheese or sauteed foie gras. Try the tempura rock shrimp or meatballs to starts. Six beers are served on tap, while cocktails include the Alder & Birch maple Manhattan made with Knob Creeak smoked maple Bourbon or the Crimson Beauty with Tres Agaves Reposado, ginger, strawberry, pomegrantate juice, lime and egg whites.

The Orleans

4500 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103 (702) 365-7111 Visit Website

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