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A celebrity favorite for good reason, CUT is often hailed as one of the city's best steakhouses. Featuring a menu of succulent steaks grilled over hard wood and charcoal then finished under a... Read More
A celebrity favorite for good reason, CUT is often hailed as one of the city's best steakhouses. Featuring a menu of succulent steaks grilled over hard wood and charcoal then finished under a 1,200-degree broiler, CUT boasts a selection of U.S.D.A. Prime corn-fed steaks aged between 21 and 35 days as well as steaks made from American Wagyu and Japanese Wagyu beef. Guests can see the difference in marbling between the American and Japanese Wagyu steaks when the waiter brings the cuts of beef to the table. While none of the steaks disappoint, the Japanese Wagyu beef just melts in your mouth. Be sure to try the Argentinean chimichurri sauce with the American Wagyu steak--it's delicious!
- Steakhouses: "CUT also offers a bar and lounge with custom cocktails, classic drinks and a menu called "Rough Cuts" with popular items like French fries, crab rolls and beef sliders."
- Steakhouses on the Strip: "Serious beef lovers might want to consider the New York Sirloin tasting, featuring selections of Wagyu and USDA Prime dry aged beef. Cost is $165 for the tasting."
- Fine Dining: "The restaurant's lounge features a menu of small plates, including sliders and steak tartare, just right for a lighter meal--plus a roving cocktail cart for all your mixology needs."
- Best for Steakhouses Because: CUT is acclaimed for its award-winning food and a selection of the finest beef.
- Best for Steakhouses on the Strip Because: CUT by well-known Wolfgang Puck features the finest cuts of beef, prepared to perfection.
- Best for Fine Dining Because: CUT at The Palazzo is the Las Vegas outpost of Wolfgang Puck's celebrated steakhouse, a restaurant well-known for offering a wide selection of fine steaks.