Food & Drink

When the massive 650-seat Smith & Wollensky steakhouse inside its own three-story building closed last summer after nearly 20 years of business on the Las Vegas Strip, it seemed to leave a big hole. There aren’t many free-standing restaurants on Las Vegas Boulevard, especially fine-dining destinations. The Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group never really saw the move as ...

Smith & Wollensky plans a new steakhouse on the Strip in 2019

July 5th, 2018

When the massive 650-seat Smith & Wollensky steakhouse inside its own three-story building closed last summer after nearly 20 years of business on the Las Vegas Strip, it seemed to leave a big hole. There aren’t many free-standing restaurants on Las Vegas Boulevard, especially fine-dining destinations. The Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group never really saw the move as ...

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