If you don’t have plans for Valentine’s Day yet, consider making reservations for dinner at a fancy steakhouse. From Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Jean Georges Steakhouse and Prime Steakhouse to CUT by Wolfgang Puck, some of the world’s top celebrity chefs offer the ultimate steakhouse dining experience in Las Vegas. Here are eight steakhouses perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day with your loved one.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Jean Georges Steakhouse at ARIA Resort & Casino. At Jean Georges Steakhouse, choose from high-quality meats, such as the F1 Wagyu filet or the A5 Kobe beef. Other meat options include the 14-ounce New York strip, 32-ounce porterhouse, or 42-ounce Wagyu tomahawk. You’ll also find a selection of fresh seafood, unique side dishes, appetizers, and delightful desserts on the menu.
Besides Jean Georges Steakhouse, Vongerichten is also the mastermind behind Prime Steakhouse at Bellagio. For Valentine’s Day, treat your loved one to prime steak options such as the 18-ounce bone-in ribeye, 36-ounce porterhouse, or the F1 Japanese filet mignon, which go well with béarnaise, peppercorn, and soy rice wine sauces. The steaks highlight the menu, but the entrees are equally delightful. The beautiful views of the Fountains of Bellagio from Prime’s garden patio will make the evening even more romantic.
Wine and dine your valentine with dinner at the world-class Mastro’s Ocean Club inside The Shops at Crystals. This unique space entices guests with its intricate décor and elegant dining room space. Mastro’s dinner menu features plenty of steaks and chops. If you want to splurge, go for the Snake River Farms Wagyu tomahawk or Japanese A5 Wagyu. Meat selections pair well with lobster mashed potatoes, steamed or sautéed spinach, creamed corn, and gorgonzola mac and cheese. There’s also the New Zealand king salmon filet, twin lobster tails, and Chilean sea bass on the menu. End your night with the signature warm butter cake for dessert.
STK at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will offer a five-course prix fixe menu for 9 per person from Feb. 12-14. The meal will begin with hot and cold oysters followed by your choice of rock shrimp popcorn salad, king crab tortellini, or Japanese A5 Wagyu tartare. For the third course, you’ll receive black truffle risotto, then your main dish, with options such as a 6-ounce filet and lobster tail. The Valentine’s Day feast ends with chocolate lava marshmallow cake for dessert. STK delivers a top-notch food menu and entertainment as it transforms into a lively scene courtesy of the in-house DJ.
On Valentine’s Day, Circa Resort & Casino’s Barry’s Downtown Prime will offer a prix fixe menu for 5 in place of its regular a la carte menu. For the first course, choose from lobster and shrimp potstickers, jumbo shrimp cocktail, lobster bisque, steak tartare, or a salad. The second course offers six options: filet mignon, boneless ribeye, bone-in ribeye, New York sirloin, salmon, or organic chicken with your choice of a side dish. Satisfy your sweet tooth with red velvet cheesecake or chocolate mousse cake for dessert. You can add a chilled shellfish platter, steak toppings, or champagne and caviar to your meal for an additional price.
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés at Sahara Las Vegas offers lovers a special Valentine’s Day menu. For 5 per person, indulge in a multi-course feast for two, which begins with dishes such as liquid mozzarella spheres, oyster funnel cake, Kobe airbread, beet and citrus salad, croquetas de pollo, and Rossejat, which is a paella-style pasta. For the main entree, enjoy a chateaubriand of Brandt beef tenderloin and Josper-roasted sole with Robuchon potatoes, setas ajillo, and grilled asparagus. But it doesn’t stop there. An assortment of cream puffs, eclairs, cakes, and tarts complete the meal.
Chef David Walzog’s SW Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas is one of the top-rated steakhouses in the city, which makes it a perfect place to spend Valentine’s Day, with your date. Start with the shellfish spectacular, which comes with an iced Maine lobster tail, shrimp cocktail, oysters, and king crab legs. Then move to top-quality meats, such as the A5 Japanese Wagyu, dry-aged tomahawk chops, and a chile-rubbed double ribeye. Main courses include the grilled Mediterranean sea bass, pan-roasted sea scallops, and lemon spiced salmon. Pair your steak or main dish with sides like black truffle creamed corn, parmesan creamed spinach, and Sardinian gnocchi. The stellar menu and views of the Lake of Dreams show will impress your valentine.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck at The Palazzo is one of the top places to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas. Before diving into the menu, consider the restaurant’s Cupid’s Kiss cocktail on Valentine’s Day, a mix of vodka, raspberry, lemon, and lychee. Besides the seasonal cocktail, there’s a wine list of more than 500 selections from all over the world. On the food menu, you’ll find everything from prime dry-and-wet-aged beef to double-cut Colorado lamb chops, seared main diver scallops, and a whole roasted Stonington Maine lobster.
These eight steakhouses offer the ultimate dining experience for Valentine’s Day. If you ever want to enhance your night out and try a little bit of everything, allow us to assist you. Consider a Las Vegas steakhouse tour, which takes you to three highly-acclaimed steakhouses all in one evening.