Steakhouse

The restaurant’s stock-in-trade are dry-aged and hand-butchered USDA Prime steaks, and diners can get a peek into the butcher room where the dry-aging magic happens.

Smith & Wollensky returns to Las Vegas, showcasing classics and deep cuts

June 27th, 2019

The restaurant’s stock-in-trade are dry-aged and hand-butchered USDA Prime steaks, and diners can get a peek into the butcher room where the dry-aging magic happens.

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