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.