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Scotch 80 Prime

Palms Casino Resort
4321 W. Flamingo Rd. (Arville St.)
Las Vegas, NV 89103
702-942-7777, 866-942-7777, 866-942-7770
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Cuisine: Steakhouse / Seafood
Read the full review and see a photo gallery of the Palms Casino Resort steakhouse with a unique menu encompassing influences from varied cuisines.
Openings: Dinner Thurs.-Mon. 5 p.m.-10 p.m.; Live entertainment Wed. & Sat. 6 p.m.-10 p.m.

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Scotch 80 Prime, Las Vegas, NV


Scotch 80 Prime Restaurant Review:


About the restaurant: The restaurant's name is in homage to the Scotch 80 neighborhood, an 80-acre plot of land north of Palms Casino Resort that was purchased in the early 1900s by the city's first mayor, Peter Buol, and the Prime steaks it offers. The décor exudes luxury, with a marble bar top; rich tones of camel, tan, gold and ivory; and artwork.

> Read the full review and see a photo gallery of Scotch 80 Prime.

Food & Drinks: Executive chef Marty Lopez presents classic steakhouse dishes but with some unexpected, fun touches. A starter we recommend is the karaage shrimp with gochujang aioli. Steaks are the stars of the show and you have your pick of Prime cuts of filet mignon, dry-aged bone-in rib-eye and New York strip. But this restaurant is only one of a handful in Las Vegas to have obtained certification from the KOBE Beef Marketing & Distribution Promotion Association to serve real Kobe Beef. Seafood choices include Chilean sea bass with tempura matsutake and tobiko roasted in and served with a steamed shiitake mushroom-flavored dashi broth. Unique sides include fried rice with farm egg, lobster, Chinese sausage, fish sauce and tamari. Finish with the Fireball Smores, a chocolate sphere flamed tableside to reveal a warm chocolate cake and toasted marshmallows served with a side of graham cracker ice cream.

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