Located in the most iconic hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, Old Homestead, a hugely successful historic steakhouse from New York City has found its way to Sin City. From the moment you enter this restaurant, you will immediately sense that you are about to embark on an exceptional dining experience, one that appeals to all the senses.
While the taste and quality of a restaurant’s food is of the utmost importance, diner’s need to feel like they are getting more than just a meal; the ambiance is another key factor that contributes to the overall dining experience. The stylish interior of this urban steakhouse and bar with subdued mood lighting, dark wood and plush burgundy leather banquettes complements its fine cuisine, old world service and charm, and unparalleled hospitality.
Billing itself as “the kind of beef’, Old Homestead’s highly celebrated menu specializes in dry-aged, for a minimum of 30 days, prime cuts of beef, soups and salads, fresh fish, plump succulent seafood, lamb, chicken, well-crafted, classic accompaniments with an elevated twist, decadent desserts and a bar featuring signature cocktails and an impressive wine list with a glass wine cellar housing 15,000 bottles of wine. Signature, mouth-watering appetizers like the jumbo blue lump crab cake, thick-cut Applewood smoked bacon, the Kobe meatball in Marinara sauce and served with Ricotta Cheese and a two-tiered Seafood Tower display of Maine lobster, king crab legs, colossal shrimp, east and west coast oysters; a meal all by itself.
Old Homestead is the perfect venue for date nights, private parties or corporate events. Whatever the reason is that brings you to this fabulous restaurant, be assured that the food is incredibly flavorful and delicious and the service top-notch. You won’t leave hungry or disappointed!