Golden Steer Steakhouse is Las Vegas’s oldest steakhouse, open for business since 1958. Golden Steer boasts an array of famous customers that used to be regulars including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, and Elvis Presley. Visitors can sit in the booths these timeless celebrities used to frequent and imagine what it was like to be with them on the Las Vegas Strip.
At the Golden Steer, locals and families meet to celebrate weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries. The restaurant may have expanded in size since its opening, but the atmosphere has stayed the same. Some staff members have worked here for over 35 years, and customers keep on coming back for more.
Frequently regarded as one of the best steakhouses in the country, there’s no question about what to get on the menu. The options are expansive and incredibly hearty. Try the 22-oz. Rib Eye Steak, the 8-oz. Petite Filet Mignon, or the 24-oz. Porterhouse.
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If you aren’t keen to indulge in steak, there are still plenty of other options. The 3 Double Lambchops is an exquisite choice, and there are also Italian specialties available, such as chicken or eggplant parmigiana. There is also an array of seafood available at the weekly market price, such as Alaskan crab legs and oysters. If you aren't satisfied with one item, order a combination from Golden Steer’s “ship and shore” menu, which has an extensive selection of seafood and steak options. In addition to a full meal, every Sunday through Thursday from 4:30–6:30 p.m., the restaurant has a “Golden Hour” special for happy hour drinks and appetizers.
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