ok, here's what you do...
go to "tix 4 tonight" on the strip. pay $3 and get 1/2 off your entree. Tix 4 Tonight will make the reservation for you. Note: not everything is eligible for the discount (like kobe beef or lobster and a few others), but fortunately my rib eye steak was. $20 off a $40 steak aint nothing to sneeze at.
they will probably offer you an early (5:30) or late (8pm) dinner. take the early slot for a number reasons. 1. no crowds mean you have the waiter, water person pretty much all to yourself. 2. your steak will be served with perfect timing. 3. your water or wine glass is never allowed to be less than 3/4 full. 4. one of the managers will stop by and ask how everything is. 5. you'll be out of there in time for a show.
now for the rib eye.... one of the best rib eye steaks I've ever had. about 2 inches thick. cooked to my instruction. (not the basic rare, medium, well, etc). but I asked the waiter (kevin) to have it seared with a crispy crust but medium rare. these are some dry aged beef so they are different than your typical choice cut of fresh beef with the familiare marbling you normally look for. I was quite surprised how tender it was. the cesar salad was fair but nothing too fantastic. but who goes to a steak house to eat salad anyway?
i decided to get a creme brulee for dessert. I tell you that was also fantastic. if you never had a creme brulee at a fine dining establishment, trust me on this. you wont be dissappointed. it makes the creme brulee at places like Outback or Olive Garden, etc, look like a McDonalds $1 parfait. Another benefit of an early dinner is that my particular dessert was fresh and warm still.
my servers were also prompt and attentive.
i'd go back again. but i want to try a few more places first just to compare.
read the dates of the other reviews. some are quite old. they must have revamped themselves recently because its hard to believe thats the restaurant I was at.
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