Looking for a great steak on the Las Vegas Strip? You’re in luck. With options at nearly every resort, it’s challenging to walk more than 25 feet without tripping over a steakhouse.
A question I frequently get asked is “What’s the best steakhouse on the Strip?”, and it’s tough to answer based on experience as I’ve yet to eat at every quality steakhouse (workin’ on it), nor am I an elite food critic.
Instead, I’ll leverage real-world customer reviews to determine which steakhouse is the best on the Strip.
For my analysis, I’ll focus only on Strip steakhouses that have earned 4 out of 5 stars or higher on TripAdvisor from actual customers.
Of course, I’ll be sure to link out to each steakhouse and their reviews (which commonly provide pictures), so that you can easily compare menus and find the best fit.
Best Steakhouses On The Las Vegas Strip
The First Tier of Steakhouses
It’s not tough to find the “best steakhouse on the Strip” with 12 steakhouses tied for the title, all earning an impressive 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor from customers. You’re going to have a tough time going wrong here guys.
Joe’s Seafood Prime Steak & Stone Crab at Caesars Palace: Found in the intricately themed Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Joe’s serves an impressive selection of both steak and seafood. On the steak side of things, you can expect to pay between $75 – $90.
Although the price tag may shock some, the masses agree that Joe’s is worth the cash outlay awarding 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after a whopping 5,050+ reviews. Now that’s a good sample size.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck at Palazzo: Calling Palazzo home, CUT serves a selection of steaks that range from $85 – $95.
Uniquely, they also serve “large format” steaks that can be shared. Options include a 40oz. Tomahawk, 32oz porterhouse, and a 40oz. bone-in New York sirloin. Large-format steaks range from $275 – $600 depending on the cut.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,730+ reviews.
Bazaar Meat at Sahara: While Sahara is a bit of an outlier location-wise, Bazaar Meat by celebrity chef Jose Andres makes the trip worthwhile. “A celebration of the carnivorous”, Bazaar Meat offers a number of unique options including a number of tasting menus that are sure to take you on an enjoyable journey.
If you’re in the mood for something different, your group can indulge in an entire 9-11 pound suckling pig for $620 (24-hour notice is needed).
Stand-alone steaks on the menu range from $65 – $100 per pound.
Bazaar Meat has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 860+ reviews.
Prime at Bellagio: As one of Bellagio’s restaurants with a fountain view, Prime serves the deadly combination of one of the best steaks on the Strip alongside an iconic show.
Prime’s lineup of steaks land in the $70 – $90 range, although there are a number of Japanese options that extend beyond that.
Date night? If so, Prime’s 36oz. porterhouse for 2- people could be the perfect solution.
Prime has earned an impressive 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 2,600+ reviews.
SW Steakhouse at Wynn: Wynn is known for luxury, and its steakhouse is no exception. Like Prime at Bellagio, SW Steakhouse also treats guests to a free show – Wynn’s Lake of Dreams.
Most steaks on the menu cost around $80 – $95, although there is a 40oz dry-aged porterhouse available for $195.
SW Steakhouse at Wynn also offers a number of vegan options in the event that someone in your group prefers not to eat meat.
SW Steakhouse has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 2,190+ reviews.
THE Steak House at Circus Circus: Celebrated by many as the best steakhouse in Las Vegas, THE Steak House at Circus Circus is a diamond in the proverbial rough.
On the positive side, the restaurant comes highly reviewed, earning 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,740+ reviews. Their selection of steaks also tend to be a tad cheaper than others on this breakdown, ranging from $60 – $80 for most options.
On the negative side of things, Circus Circus as a whole has seen better days. The clientele attracted by the resort, typically budget-conscious families with kids… so many kids… tends to be a bit rougher around the edges than what you’d find at upscale resorts.
Bavette’s Steakhouse at Park MGM: The only smoke-free casino on the Strip also boasts one of the best steakhouses. A Chicago transplant, Bavette’s serves a collection of steaks for $80 – $100 each.
Although Bavette’s lacks the volume of reviews other steakhouses have accumulated, the 375+ that have trickled in so far have been positive, awarding 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor.
Delmonico at Venetian: A product of celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse, Delmonico Steakhouse boasts a “New Orleans influence combined with classic steakhouse traditions”. Steaks on the menu are served with a creole seasoning and most cost in the $70 neighborhood.
Delmonico has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 2,500+ reviews.
Smith & Wollensky at Venetian: Scenery in Vegas doesn’t get much better than the Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian, and that’s exactly where you’ll find Smith & Wollensky. “Butcher’s Table” steaks on the menu range from $70 to $90, although more expensive options certainly exist.
Notably, Smith & Wollensky offers a number of meals big enough for two including a 44oz tomahawk rib eye and crispy potatoes for $260.
Smith & Wollensky has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 185+ reviews.
The Palm at Caesars Palace: Found within the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, The Palm is conveniently located near the Colleseum and could make for a perfect pre-show dinner destination. On the menu are a number of steaks that include a 16oz. ribeye, 14oz. New York Strip, and more. Pricing for most items lands in the $70 – $80 range.
The Palm has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,245+ reviews.
Gallagher’s Steakhouse at New York New York: Steaks on Gallagher’s menu are wet-aged for 8-10 weeks, and then dry-aged for 15 additional days and cost $60-$75 on average. While I have yet to experience the restaurant, I always find myself ogling their cuts of beef on display to those passing by on NYNY’s gaming floor.
Earning an impressive 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after over 2,300 reviews, Gallagher’s easily qualifies as an upper-echelon option.
Mastro’s at Crystals: One of the more unique restaurants in Vegas aesthetically, Mastro’s is located in the Shops at Crystals in front of Aria and allows guests to dine in their “Tree house”.
Steaks on the menu include a 16oz. New York Strip, 22oz. bone-in ribeye, and 24oz porterhouse. Pricing for most standard steaks hovers in the $70 range.
Wagyu tomahawk chops are served in a 32oz. and 40oz. size as well for $195 and $250 respectively.
Mastro’s has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,500+ reviews, rounding out the top tier of the best steakhouses located directly on the Strip.
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse at Harrah’s: While you may also have one in your hometown, Ruth’s Chris at Harrah’s ranks among the best steakhouses on the Strip with 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,500+ reviews.
Most of their line of Signature Steaks land in the $80-$90 range, however, ritzier options certainly exist.
Golden Steer (Just off the Strip): Although located just off the Strip on W. Sahara, Golden Steer is a spectacular option that many a visitor ventures out of the way for. Steaks at the oft-recommended steakhouse range from the mid $60s – the mid $70s.
Golden Steer has earned 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,130+ reviews.
The Second Tier of Steakhouses
Although just outside the first tier of Strip steakhouses, the ones below have earned a still respectable 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor from customers.
STRIPSTEAK at Mandalay Bay: Located on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, I’ve come to enjoy the relative seclusion of Mandalay Bay. Tucked inside Mandalaly Bay is STRIPSTEAK, an ideation of Michael Mina that combines American and Japanese influences.
American-style steaks include a 16oz. bone-in NY strip steak and an 20oz. ribeye for just under $90. Wagyu steak options start in the $90s and escalate from there.
STRIPSTEAK has earned 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,260+ reviews.
Old Homestead at Caesars Palace: Found just off Caesars Palace’s casino floor Old Homestead was originally founded in New York City in 1868 and proclaims to be “The King of Beef”. The typical steak on the menu costs around $80-$90, although ritzier (and larger) options are available at additional expense.
As an added bonus, Old Homestead is located right next to Montecristo, one of the few cigar lounges on the Strip.
Old Homestead has earned 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,120+ reviews.
STK at Cosmopolitan: Cosmopolitan is one of my personal favorite destinations to drink & dine. Not only are there numerous high-quality culinary options, but the hidden speakeasies (Ghost Donkey, The Ski Lodge, & The Barbershop) are a blast.
STK is no exception, as one of the top steakhouses on the Strip. Options include a 16oz. NY strip, 14oz. bone-in filet, and a 16oz. ribeye among others. Pricing ranges from $70 – $100.
STK has earned 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,950+ reviews.
Jean Georges Steakhouse at Aria: In addition to spendier F1 wagyu and Kobe A5 steaks, Jean Georges Steakhouse also serves a 14oz. New York Strip, 18oz. bone-in ribeye, and an 8oz. filet mignon at prices ranging from $70 – $80.
Jean Georges Steakhouse has earned 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,190+ reviews.
Gordon Ramsey Steak at Paris: It’s tough to walk 10 steps in Vegas without running into one of Gordon Ramsey’s restaurants. Steak, found at Paris, specializes in just that – Steaks. Options include an 18oz. bone in New York, 24oz. bone-in rib eye in the $90 – $115 range.
A larger 34oz. porterhouse and 38oz. tomahawk are also available for $155 or more.
Gordon Ramsey Steak has earned 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 5,480+ reviews.
Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak at The Mirage: Steaks from Heritage’s wood grill land in the $60 – $80 range, however, couples may be drawn to their “Steaks to Share” which includes a 36oz. porterhouse for $135 and a $235 48oz. American Wagyu tomahawk.
Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak has earned a rock solid 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 1,000+ reviews.
If this steakhouse has been on your list, I’d recommend stopping by before The Mirage starts its transition to Hard Rock, as there are bound to be changes to the dining lineup.
Outback Steakhouse at Casino Royale and Showcase Mall: While not an option unique to Las Vegas, there are Outback Steakhouses at both Casino Royale on the north end of the Strip and at Showcase Mall to the south (near MGM Grand).
While some may struggle to get excited about Outback, value-seekers will enjoy the fact that their assortment of steaks land in the $35-$60 range. Now that’s a comparatively cheap steak.
Both locations have earned a solid 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor after 2,320+ reviews (Casino Royale) and 800+ reviews (Showcase Mall).
Hopefully, my rundown of the best steakhouses on the Strip was able to help you determine a great fit for your group. Ultimately, it’s going to be tough to go wrong as everything on the list is highly rated by actual customers.
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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.