"Simply put, it’s everything you imagine a steakhouse will be, your beef-loving dreams come true. Leather, metal and wood make for a dark, alluring space, relaxed but bustling and anchored by some of the best service in the city. The menu is all about simplicity: delicious food allowed to shine on its own merits, whether it’s a dry-aged roasted porterhouse or a side of asparagus with lemon," says Brock Radke, Las Vegas Weekly's restaurant reviewer. Radke says Craftsteak is one of the 10 best steakhouses in Las Vegas.
James Beard award-winning chef Tom Colicchio'd Craftsteak has received a AAA Four Diamond rating, 3 Stars from Forbes and Best of Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator magazine.
Signature dishes are lobster bisque, braised short ribs and grilled Kobe skirt Steak. Reservations are recommended.
The average check for a three-course menu starts at $119.
But if you want to go big, go for the Ghost Horse Wine. The rare wine usually doesn't venture out of its California vineyard. But Craftsteak offers the 2008 vintages, including the Apparition and Spectre lines, for between $1,050 and $5,000 a bottle.
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