Diners walk into a tavern on the first floor before taking a set of stairs or an elevator to the second level. There, they’ll walk by one of several private dining rooms, a wine wall, and a dry-aging butcher room before heading toward a second bar, this one with 18 seats. The lounge features leather-tufted booths and Lincoln chairs.
Another private dining room features all glass, looking out at the bar and down on the Grand Canal below. Some of the private dining rooms come with state-of-the-art A/V accommodations and room for groups from 40 to 500.
Smith & Wollensky Las Vegas first opened on the Las Vegas Strip in December 1998 near the Showcase Mall.