It wouldn't be an exaggeration to call the patio at Ocean Prime one of the best outdoor dining experiences in Las Vegas. The perch has a spacious layout and enviable location in the heart of the Strip, anchoring the new 63 plaza on the edge of CityCenter. And the view from that patio is outstanding. Yet the food is the best reason to visit, and you won't be disappointed in the main dining room, which has the old-school charm of a classic supper club, making the Ohio-based restaurant feel distinctly "Vegas."
Ocean Prime is "described as a seafood-forward steakhouse, and the seafood is quite fresh, as it's flown in daily," says Bob Barnes of Gayot, who recommends the Chilean Sea Bass and wild-caught Atlantic Teriyaki Salmon.
Lorraine Blanco Moss of KNPR prefers the Alaskan Halibut with lobster and gnocchi, or the 16-ounce dry-aged Wagyu strip. "Get it rare or medium rare, by itself or with black truffle butter to take it over the top, and thank me later,” she says.
The menu has a few Vegas exclusives on the sushi list and a seafood tower that can be customized to personal preferences, while the lounge has its own selection of small bites.