This steakhouse at The Venetian was recommended by seven of those surveyed (including Eat Me Las Vegas Social Media Marketing Manager Emily Romero and Las Vegas Writer for Thrillist Rob Kachelriess), in the steakhouse, Scotch and whiskey categories.
Chef Emeril Lagasse's take on the grand American steakhouse, the name is borrowed from the legendary, century-old New Orleans institution, Delmonico Restaurant and Bar. Naturally it’s inspired by Chef Emeril’s New Orleans culinary roots and emphasis on Creole cooking, with the likes of his famed New Orleans BBQ Shrimp and traditional gumbo.
But the steaks are one of the top two reasons to stop in, with a focus on the in-house dry-aging of Creekstone Farm beef selections in cuts of ribeye, filet mignon and NY strip. They also offer 100% Japanese A5 wagyu. And any cut can be enhanced with decadent toppings such as seared foie gras, red wine demi and brandy peppercorn reduction.
The second reason this steakhouse stands out is its Wine Spectators Grand Award-winning wine list and selection of 700 whiskeys, which without a doubt makes it a contender for one of the best beverage programs in the city.