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Fine dining in Las Vegas was once all about gourmet rooms, which featured the best beef and seafood, along with a few Italian dishes and the obligatory escargot. Today, the range of fine dining in Las... Read More
Fine dining in Las Vegas was once all about gourmet rooms, which featured the best beef and seafood, along with a few Italian dishes and the obligatory escargot. Today, the range of fine dining in Las Vegas extends much further, but the city still has a few traditional dining establishments like Hugo's Cellar at the Four Queens. Steaks are given their due here, especially the prime rib, which comes in sixteen and twenty-four ounce sizes. Salad is prepared table-side. Seafood includes lobster, crab, shrimp and fish. Dishes likes Veal Marsala, rack of lamb and roasted duck complete a menu that gives diners a wealth of options. To put the finishing touches on this Old Vegas experience, every lady receives a rose when she's seated.
- Romantic Dining: "Hugo's downtown location puts it within easy walking distance of the East Fremont District, an area rich with places to stop for an after-dinner cocktail."
- Fine Dining: "If you'd like to have something to do before or after dinner at Hugo's, check into what's playing at the nearby Smith Center's calendar. It's the home of the Las Vegas Philharmonic and Nevada Ballet Theatre."
- Best for Romantic Dining Because: Old Vegas lives on at Hugo's Cellar, where the menu offers plenty of steaks and every lady gets a rose.
- Best for Fine Dining Because: The ambiance and food at Hugo's capture the traditional Las Vegas gourmet room style, with a menu featuring aged Premium Black Angus beef and seafood.