Bistecca at the Tuscany–Delicious New Italian Steakhouse

A new version of one of the best steakhouses close to the strip was our pick of the week for dinner. Bistecca shows an all-new menu featuring high-quality prime-grade steak options, luxurious furniture, original artwork, and a much more social and intimate room to dine. The menu features a selection of signature Italian classics; sumptuous selections of pasta, seafood, and tableside Caesar salad. The variety of prime-grade USDA steak cuts include Bone-In and Boneless Ribeye, Scotch Filet, Butchers Cut, domestic Wagyu Tomahawk, NY Strip, 36oz Porterhouse, and Filet Mignon.

The staff was quick to start us of with Amuse: a grilled baguette, with wild mushroom/truffle cheese. Next up was Kalamansi: kumquat, radish, olive oil and herbs; followed by signature meatballs, with pork, beef, veal, marinara, mozzarella and Parmesan on crostini. Branzino was the fish of the evening, pan seared with romanesco. Butternut squash ravioli topped off one of the vegetable dishes. Filling up the last course was Filet mignon, with foie gras and creamed spinach.

Each course excellently paired with more delicious wines. A warm Budino (dessert) made of Gianduja chocolate and salted caramel with a cafe o lei was the perfect setting.

Indulge in one of their scratch-made desserts and a bottle of wine from the ‘Wine Spectator’ award-winning wine list. And, to  enhance your Las Vegas restaurant dining experience, they also have signature cocktails and a full bar. Manager Christian Clinton is a wonderful host, while Frankie Orantes, Executive Chef and Jean-Noel Derval, Sous Chef have worked hand in hand to create the marvelous dishes that they serve.


The original artwork in Bistecca highlights seven pieces created by contemporary visual artist, Patrizia Didiomete. Her work matches the theme of the room.

There is a full menu and you can hear music from the lounge next door. Free parking, which in Las Vegas is mostly gone, makes a great addition to dining in the Tuscany. Located on Flamingo. Hours from 4:30-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, Friday and Saturday 4:30-10 p.m.

Reservations are recommended via OpenTable or by calling 702-893-8933 for reservations and group dining.

Photo Credit: Midnight Creative agency