Location: Wynn Las Vegas
3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: 888 - 352-DINE
AAA Four Diamond Award, 2007, 2008
Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence - 2010
Wine List: California, Bordeaux, Burgundy
Wine Selection: 730
Cuisine at SW Steakhouse at Wynn: Steak
Price Range at SW Steakhouse at Wynn: $40 -$90
Hours: 5:30pm to 10:30pm
Attire at SW Steakhouse at Wynn: Casual, but don’t be a slob
What it’s like at SW Steakhouse at Wynn?
If you enjoy steakhouses and you love those big leather booths and the dark mahogany wood feeling, don’t bother with SW Steakhouse. If you don’t want to have your father’s steak and you enjoy a great meal in an atmosphere that speaks to you and what you enjoy you should try SW at Wynn.
The open dining room sheds the pretentiousness often found in fine restaurants and the huge windows looking out to the water fall set a tone for a comfortable yet classy dining experience. The energy in the room is not subdued as you might often expect in a restaurant where prices are well above average. Instead, you want to have a conversation, you want to explore the wine list and you feel compelled to savor every last bite of your meal.
Rush through your meals at home. At SW Steakhouse at Wynn you take it all in. The service is exactly what you should expect, courteous, knowledgeable and very aware of your needs.
How’s the food at SW Steakhouse at Wynn?
Really, words will only partially detail the experience of a Bone-in Rib Eye that will delicately work its way off your fork and into your mouth. 20 ounces of pure joy as a perfectly marbled piece of beef slowly seduces each of the highly receptive taste buds that make you marvel at the abilities of a great chef.
Do you enjoy a little spice, opt for the Chile Rub on any of their 100% USDA Prime Nebraskan Corn Fed Beef.
Looking for a little romance? This may sound peculiar to you but if your significant other enjoys a piece of beef there is no other way than for the both of you to share a Porterhouse. Remember, don’t always do the obvious, steak can be just as alluring as red roses. Share some asparagus or the Truffled cream corn. You will thank me.
If you happen to take a non-meat lover to a Steakhouse, first have a double Manhattan so that you can deal with their glances and then steer them towards the Scallops or the Seared Hawaiian Tuna. The Tuna has that fresh taste that I thought was only possible at Mama’s Fish House in Paia on Maui.
Dessert? Really, after you share the Porterhouse you will most likely be looking for the exit but if you want to keep the seductive dance going a little longer order the Souffle and watch the fork pierce the chocolate and feel the sweet sensation explode in your mouth.
SW Steakhouse will impress you with a dining experience at a cost that rivals the best restaurants in Las Vegas.
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