Jean Georges Steakhouse
Las Vegas is full of great steakhouses. But if you're looking for a sleek, contemporary package, Jean Georges at Aria should be at the top of your list.
"It’s a classic yet modern steakhouse with a Vegas touch," says Lindsay Stewart, who runs the Las Vegas Foodie Instagram account. "From a variety of steak cuts to an array of seafood, it’s great for any group. And to me, it feels like a steakhouse that IS Vegas."
The restaurant operates under the vision of Jean-Georges Vongerichten, whose French heritage often takes a backseat to subtle Asian touches in the sauces, side dishes and entrees, like soy-glazed short rib. Jean Georges carried certified Kobe beef and was one of the first restaurants to introduce Las Vegas to F1 cuts, which blend wagyu with angus for an elevated marbleized flavor. Look out for a Japanese whisky cart that roams from table to table.