By Sandy Zimmerman
When you approach The Steak House Restaurant‘s impressive entrance, your mood changes. The dark wooden door and paneling attracts attention and suggests “tonight will be special“.
A few steps across the hall and you discover The Steak House has been named one of the “Top Three Restaurants in Las Vegas” and their many other awards.
On the left, the large dry-aging room holds their corn-fed Midwestern beef. Inside whole sides of beef hang from the ceiling while different cuts are also placed on a table near the window. You can see the Premium cut 24-ounce porterhouse, 24-ounce rib eyes, 16-ounce New York, 8- and-12 ounce Filets on the table. This is a great way to help you make a decision and select your dinner.
Most dry-aged steaks and beef are shipped to the restaurants, just a few restaurants age their own beef. Instead of just mentioning they serve 21-day-aged beef, at a temperature of 38 degrees, you see for yourself.
With their generous portions, the eight-ounce petite filet, six-ounce baked potato, vegetable and large salad complete the dinner.
I savored every bite of my oh-so-tender filet. It’s look and mesquite broiled charcoal taste were enticing.
There was a choice of baked potato, garlic mashed potato or wild rice blend.
Celebrating their 32nd anniversary, The Steakhouse proved they earned all of their awards with every satisfied customer. Since the opening in 1982, The Steakhouse continued insisting on quality at reasonable prices lower than most of the other restaurants.
Every month one of their specialties becomes the house special. The guests have a chance to savor that dinner at a reduced price.
Tourists and residents think of The Steakhouse as a restaurant destination.
The Steakhouse received the “Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence” since 2011 and has been awarded “Best of Las Vegas” in the Las Vegas Review Journal’s annual readers’ poll for more than 20 years. Recently the restaurant was awarded the “2013 Zagat Customer Service Excellence Award”.
The Steakhouse is located inside the Circus Circus Hotel, at 2880 Las Vegas Blvd South. For information, call 702-734-0410. Reservations are suggested.
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