Manly Meals

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Mas­sive plates of bar­be­cue and steaks that would make Fred Flint­stone proud can be found all over the city.

No other des­ti­na­tion in the world has quite the ar­ray of steak­houses found in Las Ve­gas. Golden Steer serves up its steaks with a side of nos­tal­gia. Elvis Pres­ley, Frank Si­na­tra, Muhammed Ali and Joe DiMag­gio all have their own booths. Tuxe­doed staff serve dishes table side, in­clud­ing spe­cialty of the house Dover sole. 308 W. Sa­hara Ave., 702.384.4470. Gen­uine Kobe beef? Yes, please. SW Steak­house serves a sam­pler of five 2-ounce por­tions. Wynn Las Ve­gas, 702.770.3325. James Beard Foun­da­tion win­ner Michael Mina dishes out steaks with a French flair at his new­est Las Ve­gas restau­rant, Bar­dot Brasserie. Try the steak frites. Aria, 877.230.2742. “Top Chef” host Tom Colic­chio cooks his steaks over a wood-fired grill at Her­itage Steak. All of the meat here is an­tibi­otic and hor­mone free. Mi­rage, 866.339.4566. Gor­don Ram­say Steak from the host of “Hell’s Kitchen” brings a Bri­tish flair with his steak­house out­fit­ted with a replica of the Chun­nel as the en­trance and the Union Jack fly­ing over­head. A trol­ley rolls out cuts of steak to choose, but when you’re un­sure what to or­der, go for the beef Welling­ton. Paris Las Ve­gas, 877.346.4642. Aged Prime steaks and Snake River Farm wagyu make the menu at Edge Steak­house. West­gate, 702.732.5277. Try the chipo­tle-spiced black­ened rib-eye steak at Sil­ver­ado Steak­house. South Point, 702.797.8075.

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