Looking for a great steak in downtown Las Vegas? Well, you’re in for a treat. Calling Fremont Street home are a number of fantastic steakhouses that commonly exhibit a classic Vegas vibe and lower prices than their peers on the Strip.
I thought it would be helpful to point out the best steakhouses in downtown Las Vegas to aid you in your quest for protein.
Now, I can’t claim to have eaten at each of the below steakhouses (working on it though), nor am I an elite food critic. Instead, I’ll leverage real-world customer review data from TripAdvisor to define the best steakhouses on Fremont Street.
Of course, I’ll be sure to link out to the menu and reviews on TripAdvisor for each restaurant so that you can easily compare your options.
Best Steakhouses – Downtown Las Vegas
As I dug into the customer review scores on TripAdvisor, I was pretty stunned to see a large number of popular steakhouses downtown tied for the title of “Best Steakhouse on Fremont Street” with 4.5/5 stars awarded.
Fortunately, it’s not difficult to find a good steak downtown.
8 Steakhouses Are Tied for “Best on Fremont”…
Top of Binion’s Steakhouse: Perched on the 24th floor of The Mint’s former hotel tower, Top of Binion’s has been a staple of the downtown Las Vegas restaurant scene for decades. Boasting the trifecta of a vintage vibe, great view, and great steaks, you’re likely to be thrilled with your experience.
Top of Binion’s has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 180+ reviews, and steaks land in the $60 – $80 range.
Oscar’s at Plaza: Offering iconic views of downtown from under the dome, Oscar’s is about as “Vintage Vegas” as it gets. The steakhouse’s namesake, Oscar Goodman, is part of that vintage allure. Oscar is the former Mayor of Las Vegas and an attorney famous for his work defending members of the mob. A legend.
Oscar’s has also earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 830+ reviews, and steak pricing falls into the $60 – $70 range.
As an added bonus, Oscar’s runs one of my favorite happy hours on Fremont Street on Wednesday – Sunday from 5 pm – 7 pm. Included in the deal are $3 domestic beer, $6 cocktails, $7 wine, and discounted food.
Hugo’s Cellar at 4 Queens: As the name would suggest, Hugo’s Celler can be found in the basement at 4 Queens. A popular date night destination, ladies are presented with a red rose upon entering. Uniquely, salad prepared tableside is included with the purchase of an entree, as is fresh-baked bread and cheese lavosh.
Hugo’s Cellar has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 2,245+ reviews, and pricing for steaks ranges from $60 – $80.
Andiamo at The D: Specializing in both Italian fare and steaks, Andiamo could be the perfect destination for those dining with someone looking to feast on pasta.
On the steak side of the menu, you can expect to pay around $60 – $70 for most items, but I’d recommend splurging on the $140, 32oz tomahawk if you have some gambling winnings to blow.
Andiamo has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 2,310+ customer reviews.
Triple George at Downtown Grand: Located in Downtown Grand, Triple George is steps away from the Fremont Street Experience and offers steaks that range from around $50-$65.
Triple George has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,520+ reviews.
Redwood Steakhouse at The Cal: While Redwood is tied for the title of best steakhouse downtown based on customer reviews, this could be a lead contender for those looking to save a couple of bucks. Pricing for Redwood’s 10oz. Filet, 22oz. Bone-in Ribeye, and 16oz. New York steak are all in the $50-$60 range.
Their “Signature” 24oz. porterhouse is a comparatively affordable $60.
Although lacking the volume of reviews others on this rundown have received with just over 200, Redwood has still earned an impressive 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor.
Vic and Anthony’s at the Golden Nugget: Most steak options at Vic & Anthony’s found within Golden Nugget land in the $60 – $70 range, with some additional options such as their 40oz. tomahawk and 36oz. porterhouse priced at market rates.
Like the other steakhouses to this point, Vic and Anthony’s has also earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 2,210+ reviews.
Barry’s Downtown Prime at Circa: A relative newcomer, Barry’s can be found below the refurbished Vegas Vickie neon sign at Circa. A comparatively more expensive option, steaks on the menu range from $65-$90. Of course, there are some outliers that extend beyond that spectrum.
Although reviews have just started to trickle in, the steakhouse has found solid footing at 4.5/stars on TripAdvisor after just over 65 reviews.
The Next Tier…
Saltgrass at Golden Nugget: According to reviews, Saltgrass is a rung below the restaurants above that all tied for the title of “Best steakhouse downtown” earning just 3.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,810+ reviews.
What Saltgrass lacks in review scores is made up with pricing. Easily one of the cheaper options downtown, steaks on the menu range from $30 – $50. If a less expensive option is what you seek, Saltgrass could be the answer.
Tony Roma’s at Fremont: Another spot with cheap steaks on Fremont Street, Tony Roma’s serves a 12oz. New York Strip, 8oz. Top Sirloin, and 12oz. Ribeye for $20 – $30.
Like Saltgrass, Tony Roma’s has earned 3.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,740+ reviews, placing outside of the top tier of steakhouses downtown.
As you can likely deduce from the abundance of highly rated steakhouses on Fremont Street, it’s going to be challenging to screw this decision up. If you need a tiebreaker, consider the view. For my money, it’s tough to beat Oscar’s under the dome, or Top of Binions atop the old Mint hotel tower.
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I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.