The original Old Homestead Steakhouse opened in New York in 1868, and it's been open ever since–earning the restaurant a place as one of the country's oldest steakhouses. In March 2012, beef lovers in Las Vegas got their first chance to sample a long list of top-shelf cuts at the Las Vegas Stip location of Old Homestead at Caesars Palace.
Old Homestead's Mascot, Annabelle the Cow, Arriving at Caesars Las Vegas — Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace Las Vegas at Facebook
Diners can choose from sirloin, New York strip, rib eye prime rib, filet mignon, and porterhouse. As an alternative to the 9 cuts of beef, diners can also order chicken or rack of lamb. A selection of seafood–including salmon, crab legs, and lobster–is also served. Australian Wagyu is on the menu, but be prepared to shell out over $100. Look for appetizers like oysters Rockefeller, steak tartare, and Kobe meatball.
The menu here is different from the one you'll find in New York, but no less impressive, and you'll still find signature dishes from the original restaurant like 32-ounce Gotham rib eye steak and the Old Homestead New York-style cheesecake.
The atmosphere here isn't fussy, but still elegant and sleek. Contemporary, clean lines give the restaurant a sophistication that complements the incredible menu.
Old Homestead joins a culinary who's-who of restaurants at Caesars Palace: Rao, Guy Savoy, and Bradley Odgden are just a few of the other fine dining options at Ceasars.