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Golden Steer

308 W. Sahara Ave. (Las Vegas Blvd. S. & Industrial Rd.) Send to Phone
Prime rib, steaks and seafood star in a popular tribute to San Francisco's Barbary Coast era.


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Golden Steer, Las Vegas, NV

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Golden Steer Restaurant Review

: This Old San Francisco, Barbary Coast-style restaurant has served hearty platters to diners since 1958. Oysters and steamed clams are offered in season; jumbo shrimp and Alaskan king crab cocktails are always available. Favorites include an individual tureen of French onion soup au gratin, a beefsteak tomato with vinaigrette and garnishes, and a 16-ounce short horn New York steak. Elegant touches include Caesar salad prepared tableside and Dover sole boned tableside. We like the Italian specialties, such as veal Marsala and chicken of the angels (boneless breast of chicken dipped in egg batter with artichokes and mushrooms), served with toasted ravioli or spaghetti with meat sauce. Soup, mixed greens or vegetable of the day accompanies combo platters of petite filet with lobster, shrimp scampi or crab legs. Rack of lamb and Châteaubriand bouquetière are prepared for two. The extra-thick, 18-ounce Diamond Lil and 24-ounce Diamond Jim cuts of prime rib cover the plate. Among sweet finales are cherries jubilee and bananas Foster prepared tableside, and a creative cappuccino of espresso, chocolate and six liqueurs and liquors topped with whipped cream. A piano player entertains weekend evenings in the comfortable bar-lounge.

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