mrsuit31
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December 30th, 2014 at 12:57:32 PM permalink
I was a very big fan of Strip Steak at the Mandalay Bay. The Ribeye was insanely good. Shrimp cocktail to start U8 shrimp, HUGE!

And they give you three types of fries, as "compliments of the Chef"
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Wanderer
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December 30th, 2014 at 1:33:22 PM permalink
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We were very impressed with Old Homestead @ Ceasars. Sucked up all my TR points.
Delmonico's @ Venitian is the best I've been to. Our first visit was for our anniversary. A patron overheard our waiter say "happy anniversary" and anonymously bought us a $130 bottle of wine. I've been paying it forward since (not at that price of course).
Voodoo @ Rio pretends to be top notch and puts on silly airs (the chef does not allow salt shakers to sit on the table) (most expensive wine is the waiter's suggestion) we won't go back.



Been to Delmonico. It's great.

Of the Vegas steakhouses, I have been to Delmonico (Venetian), Prime (Bellagio), Craftsteak (MGM) and N9NE (Palms). Other notables include Peter Luger (Brooklyn, NY) and Dickie Brennan's (New Orleans). Been to Ruth's Chris (Birmingham), Fleming's (Orlando), Morton's (Biloxi), Fire (Atmore) and (though it doesn't serve USDA Prime beef) Shula's (Birmingham) too.

I mentioned in an earlier post that I want to try Bern's in Tampa, FL. It's consistently on lists of the top steakhouses in the country. I would also like to try BR Prime (Beau Rivage, Biloxi). And among chains, I would like to try Del Frisco's, Capital Grille, Smith & Wollensky. Oh, and CUT (Beverly Hills) is another place I would like to try.
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December 30th, 2014 at 2:25:45 PM permalink
Wanderer, I've heard that Doe's Eat Place in Greenville MS is right up there with Peter Luger's. I'm not planning to visit Mississippi any time soon, so I wouldn't know, but by your name you might be.
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December 30th, 2014 at 3:24:29 PM permalink
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Wanderer, I've heard that Doe's Eat Place in Greenville MI is right up there with Peter Luger's. I'm not planning to visit Mississippi any time soon, so I wouldn't know, but by your name you might be.



Thanks for the tip. I hadn't heard of DEP. The Greenville, Miss., location is pretty far from me. I am about 50 miles NE of Mobile, Ala., and spitting distance from the Florida border. I can get to Biloxi in about an hour and forty-five minutes, but getting into the central and northern part of the state would be a pretty good haul. But if I ever find myself in that area, I may have to check it out.
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February 1st, 2015 at 3:15:39 PM permalink
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I was a very big fan of Strip Steak at the Mandalay Bay. The Ribeye was insanely good. Shrimp cocktail to start U8 shrimp, HUGE!

And they give you three types of fries, as "compliments of the Chef"



Going to stay overnight in Las Vegas next month on my to and from Hawaii. At least one of those nights I'm going to eat a steak. Does anyone else suggest Strip Steak? And has anyone had the A5 Wagyu?
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February 1st, 2015 at 8:48:37 PM permalink
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.... Other notables include Peter Luger (Brooklyn, NY) ....


Over rated and over priced.
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February 2nd, 2015 at 7:53:41 AM permalink
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Over rated and over priced.



Everything overpriced in NYC. The aged porterhouse is as good as you're going to get without even pricier "prime" beef-assuming it really is prime.
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February 2nd, 2015 at 7:56:45 AM permalink
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HERITAGE STEAKS
Wagyu Ribeye, 10 oz. 58.
Painted Hills New York Strip, 14 oz. 52.
Natural Prime Filet, 10 oz. 55.



$58 for a Wagyu Ribeye is a pretty good price compared to what I have seen at other steakhouses.



That is a very small Ribeye. Generally I don't see Ribeye's at steak houses under 16oz.



10 ounce ribeye! Christ, most of us grown men will need 2. That's $116.
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February 2nd, 2015 at 8:34:22 AM permalink
I will say that the steakhouse at Planet Ho is always spot on, although not all fancy and named celeb chef and gooey dumb ass sauces that drown the food with all that brew-ha-ha, etc., it is always great! Your standard steakhouse that has great food, service and everything. We can eat almost anywhere and get full comp, try it someday.
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mrsuit31
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February 2nd, 2015 at 9:46:04 AM permalink
Quote: Wanderer

Going to stay overnight in Las Vegas next month on my to and from Hawaii. At least one of those nights I'm going to eat a steak. Does anyone else suggest Strip Steak? And has anyone had the A5 Wagyu?



It was delicious!
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