Golden Steer Steakhouse is the oldest steakhouse in Las Vegas, dating back to the 1950s. This has been a premier spot for famous figures for decades and still is! Now you can dine at the booths that used to be regular spots for stars like Frank Sinatra, Vegas mobster Tony Spilotro, Muhammad Ali, Joe DiMaggio, John Wayne, and Elvis.
Experience the feel of “Old Vegas” and its history here. The dining room is classic with red and black leather booths, wood panel walls, western paintings, plenty of gold hardware, and dim mood lighting; it looks like a scene out of a mob movie. This long-standing Vegas landmark was actually voted the Best Vintage Vegas Restaurant of 2021 by Las Vegas Weekly readers.
After taking in the vintage atmosphere, get ready to enjoy an incredible meal. Of course, their steaks and seafood are the main stars. Choose from Rib Eye, Filet Mignon, New York, Porterhouse, and Prime Rib. All of the steaks are wet-aged for 35 days to ensure the best taste!
Follow up your steak with Lobster Tails or King Crab Legs. Other fan favorites include the French Onion Soup with melted Swiss Cheese and the Caesar Salad which is prepared tableside.
For dessert try the Bananas Foster or Cherries Jubilee. These are also prepared tableside in a flambé fashion, which is quite a show!
Golden Steer is open daily from 4:30 to 10:30 pm and is located near The Strip at 308 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102.
It's a bit unusual for Vegas, but Golden Steer does enforce a dress code. Men cannot wear open-toed shoes, tank tops, baseball caps, or athletic attire. Women are asked not to arrive in bathing suits/beachwear.