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Great places for steak that aren’t necessarily steakhouses

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Skewer of beef from the Brazilian churrascaria, Fogo de Chao.
Photo: Beverly Poppe

Bardot Brasserie These steak frites come with your choice of flatiron, ribeye or filet, or you can go big with the dry-aged côte de bœuf for two ($56 per person) with Béarnaise, au poivre or horseradish crème fraîche. Aria, 877-230-2742.

Fogo de Chao This is the king of local churrascarias, Brazilian-style beef houses, because of its all-you-can-eat selection of fire-roasted meat. Don’t miss the picanha, prime sirloin sliced thin. 360 E. Flamingo Road, 702-431-4500.

Herbs & Rye One of the city’s greatest cocktail bars boasts one of its most phenomenal steak specials, too. House-butchered beauties like a bone-in “Kansas City” strip steak ($29) or a nine-ounce filet ($34) are half-off during happy hour. 3713 W. Sahara Ave., 702-982-8036.

Yusho Imaginative takes on Asian dishes, not steak, is why people love Yusho ... unless you’ve had the umami-fied Wagyu ribeye ($39) with smoked salt, nori powder and mushroom ragout. Monte Carlo, 702-730-6888.

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