Cuisine: American, Steakhouse
In New York City, Old Homestead is a veritable landmark, established in 1868. Its Las Vegas location stays true to the style of the original restaurant. Classic American food is the menu's focus, including many types of beef. The beef here is certified Angus and dry-aged at least 30 days in the restaurant's New York City aging box. The famous steaks are uniformly two-inches thick, seasoned generously with salt and pepper, then seared to seal in the flavors from the dry-aging process. Some of Old Homestead's signature dishes include Alaskan King crab legs, Lobster mac and cheese and a 24-ounce Ribeye, "The Gotham." The ambiance is classic steakhouse, with an inviting interior filled with dark woods and leather booths. The perfect complement to a meal is sure to be found among the 15,000 bottles of wine available, and for a decadent meal like this, you must enjoy dessert as well.
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Homestyle: "Don't skip the dessert menu, which features not only scrumptious desserts, but also a selection of specialty drinks and tasting flights for Grand Marnier, Scotch and whiskey."
Best for Homestyle Because: Old Homestead's classic menu features steak along with a host of indulgent favorites.