Fremont Street often plays 'second fiddle' to the Strip on many levels, not the least of which is food. For the most part, this is true. Hugo's Cellar is a huge exception.
It's not the newest restaurant, which is part of its charm. You can almost imagine members of the Rat Pack stopping here for a Manhattan or Martini and a delicious dinner. I'm guessing that, at one time, this was one of *the* places to go for dinner in Vegas if you had the means. And the food quality and service support that assumption. I have never, NEVER experienced quite the level of professional service from any restaurant, and I've been to some good ones. From the Sommelier to the prepared-at-your-table salad, the service was top notch, and that's not being generous. The food matched the quality of the staff. I ordered the 24-oz Prime Rib, which was amazing. Think you can finish one? So did I, and I was mistaken. And frankly, even if I could have, I would have done a terrible injustice to that amazing cut of meat by forcing it down.
I cannot think of a single downside to our dinner here, not one.
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