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Deborah Jones

17 Iconic Meat Dishes at Las Vegas Restaurants

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Steak frites at Bouchon
| Deborah Jones

Whether you want to go old school and order up prime rib or a surf and turf or veer more avant garde with steak tartare or oxtail soup, Vegas has a dish for you.

Here, 17 of the most iconic meat dishes in Las Vegas.

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Bob Taylor's Ranch House

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The smoked prime rib here comes in 12 or 16 ounces with soup or dinner salad, garlic cheese bread and your choice of baked potato, twice baked potato, ranch house potatoes or rice pilaf for less than $31. Bob Taylor's Ranch House is now the oldest restaurant in Las Vegas and retains that old timey feel.

John Mull's Meats & Road Kill Grill

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If it's barbecue you desire, look no further than the cafeteria-style Road Kill Grill with its briskets, ribs and hot links.

Market Street Cafe

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Tender oxtail is a hallmark of this Hawaiian soup at the California Hotel.

Golden Steer

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Go old school at the Golden Steer with surf and turf. Mix and match crab legs or lobster and filet or New York strips.

Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres

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José Andrés searches for two years to find cows age 8 or older for his signature rib eye. After going through 500 different cuts of beef, Andrés settled on “Vaca Vieja” Mindful Meats out of California, Wagyu/Black Angus from Rosewood, Texas, and Washugyu/Angus from Lindsay Ranch, Oregon. The Spanish-style bone-in rib eye is oak-wood fired.

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SW Steakhouse

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Order up the pepper-crusted cháteaubriand for two at SW Steakhouse. Note: SW (and Mizumi) are the only places to get true Kobe beef not only in Las Vegas, but in the United States.

Lavo Italian Restaurant

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Lavo is famous for its one-pound Kobe meatball with whipped fresh ricotta.

Stack Restaurant & Bar

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Hot Rocks at Stack features a bed of hot rocks where guests cook cook thinly sliced sirloin table side.

Bouchon Bistro

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Where to order steak frites? Bouchon Bistro at the Venetian.

The legendary meatballs at Rao’s feature ground veal, pork and beef, Italian breadcrumbs and seasoning and marinara sauce.

Martorano's

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The now-defunct Gourmet Magazine says the meatballs at Martorano’s “may just make the best meatball in the world.”

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Rose.Rabbit.Lie.

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The beef Wellington at Rose.Rabbit.Lie. feeds six people and features prime tenderloin, puff pastry atrium, seared Hudson Valley foie gras, creamed spinach, roasted king trumpets and black truffle for $275.

Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar

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The osso buco at Ferraro's is considered legendary.

Osso buco at Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar

Bavette's Steakhouse & Bar

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Order the 22-ounce, dry-aged, bone-in rib-eye steak at Bavette's, the kingpin of Chicago beef, now at the Park MGM.

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The Prime Rib Loft

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Prime Rib Loft is famous for its cuts of 21-day dry-aged prime rib — the Orleans, English Cut, Cajun Style and the Real Beefeater Cut (an extra thick double cut with bone) — all dry aged.

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Hakkasan

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Hakkasan’s Mongolian-style beef tenderloin, a dish only served in Vegas, has become a must-order.

Tender Steak & Seafood

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The wild game tasting menu at Tender includes delicacies such as Nilgai antelope osso buco, axis venison medallion & wild boar loin with farro, fig chutney and huckleberry venison reduction.

Bob Taylor's Ranch House

The smoked prime rib here comes in 12 or 16 ounces with soup or dinner salad, garlic cheese bread and your choice of baked potato, twice baked potato, ranch house potatoes or rice pilaf for less than $31. Bob Taylor's Ranch House is now the oldest restaurant in Las Vegas and retains that old timey feel.

John Mull's Meats & Road Kill Grill

If it's barbecue you desire, look no further than the cafeteria-style Road Kill Grill with its briskets, ribs and hot links.

Market Street Cafe

Tender oxtail is a hallmark of this Hawaiian soup at the California Hotel.

Golden Steer

Go old school at the Golden Steer with surf and turf. Mix and match crab legs or lobster and filet or New York strips.

Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres

Bazaar Meat

José Andrés searches for two years to find cows age 8 or older for his signature rib eye. After going through 500 different cuts of beef, Andrés settled on “Vaca Vieja” Mindful Meats out of California, Wagyu/Black Angus from Rosewood, Texas, and Washugyu/Angus from Lindsay Ranch, Oregon. The Spanish-style bone-in rib eye is oak-wood fired.

Bazaar Meat

SW Steakhouse

Order up the pepper-crusted cháteaubriand for two at SW Steakhouse. Note: SW (and Mizumi) are the only places to get true Kobe beef not only in Las Vegas, but in the United States.

Lavo Italian Restaurant

Lavo is famous for its one-pound Kobe meatball with whipped fresh ricotta.

Stack Restaurant & Bar

Hot Rocks at Stack features a bed of hot rocks where guests cook cook thinly sliced sirloin table side.

Bouchon Bistro

Where to order steak frites? Bouchon Bistro at the Venetian.

Rao's

The legendary meatballs at Rao’s feature ground veal, pork and beef, Italian breadcrumbs and seasoning and marinara sauce.

Martorano's