3600 Las Vegas Blvd, South Las Vegas, NV 89109 Phone: (702) 693-8484
Four-star celebrity chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten invites you to one of the crown jewels of the famous Las Vegas Bellagio – Prime Steakhouse. Whether an anniversary dinner, a fanciful celebration or an elevated business meal, Prime Steakhouse allows you to experience steakhouse dining at its finest. Start with a shrimp cocktail or caesar salad and choose a perfectly cooked award-winning steak accompanied by fabulous sauces like soy rice wine or bearnaise.
The dining room of brown and blue with rich detail gold accents is just one way to enjoy your meal. The garden patio with a water-themed canvas screen creates a private dining experience you can’t miss. It has all the allure of one of Vegas’s refreshing day clubs with the elegance of one of the Strip’s most exclusive eateries.
If you’re looking for an award-winning steak house on the Strip, take a look at Prime Steakhouse.
Savor a prime steak at a meticulously dressed table with white linens in a crushed velvet armchair located in their elegant, upscale dining room. Deep chocolate brown walls and furniture come to life with the signature Tiffany blue curtains and gold accents, designed down to the smallest rich detail.
The outdoor seating is just as exquisite, overlooking the world-famous Fountains of Bellagio for a serene dining experience. You may even chance seeing the famous Bellagio fountains become the impressive water show that Strip visitors typically only see from Las Vegas Boulevard.
Michael DeSantis, an internationally renowned interior designer, created the perfect outdoor setting and handsomely designed dining room.
The Dress Code
The Prime Steakhouse offers a serene dining experience: a wonderful anniversary night dinner, with the perfect outdoor setting or indoor private dining atmosphere for a romantic evening. One of the many wonderful locations on the Strip for Valentine’s Day, their dress code is designed to match this atmosphere. The Bellagio Las Vegas steakhouse requires business casual or more formal attire.
Gentlemen must wear collared shirts with jackets recommended but not required. From reviews, it seems like dressy jeans are acceptable with an appropriate overall look, but shorts are not allowed. Opened-toed shoes or sandals also are not permitted. Dress code rules for ladies include elegant and classy attire and no open-toed shoes.
Sports apparel, shorts, and tank tops are not permitted in the dining room or the garden patio.
We realize steakhouse dining in Las Vegas doesn’t always require a dress code, but many upscale restaurants like this one do. If you’re ever unsure or have specific questions about the dress code policy, you can call ahead or ask when making your reservations by phone.
Four-star celebrity chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten offers a menu of award-winning steak, seafood, and lamb accompanied by meticulously selected wines. Bone-in rib eye steak, filet mignon, or a classic New York strip steak are just a few of the prime steak options available.
Steaks from Japan are also on the menu, as Prime Steakhouse is one of the few highly rated Strip steak house locations to offer these highest quality meats. Order Japanese Wagyu beef New York strip steaks and filet mignon based on availability. It takes the idea behind some of the best Japanese restaurants in Vegas and kicks it up a notch.
The extensive seafood menu includes a chilled shellfish platter, bacon-wrapped shrimp, or a plate of crispy salmon sushi, among other award-winning choices. Sides such as roasted summer squash, truffle mashed potatoes, or Prime onion soup help round out your meal.
This particular restaurant is known for meticulously selected wines that pair perfectly with your incredible meal and most memorable culinary experience. As any wine-connoisseur on the strip can tell you, the right wine is important. The full bar offers signature cocktails, top-shelf liquors, plus draft and bottled beer. Your wait staff can recommend a beverage that will pair nicely with your meal.
The Celebrity Chef
In a city known for its bevy of celebrity chefs, Restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten stands out. Jean-Georges is the four-star celebrity chef behind the Prime Steakhouse at the Bellagio Las Vegas. He is quoted as saying, “I think the role of a chef, is not just to cook, but to create cravings.” He does just that as you savor prime steak and lamb accompanied by fabulous sauces like his delicious soy rice wine sauce.
Vongerichten is an experienced chef, having worked alongside other big names in the industry to establish restaurants around the world, including Japan, China, Brazil, France, and the UK. In the United States, he’s credited with his namesake restaurant in New York as well as others in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and now several in Las Vegas.
Now, you can enjoy steakhouse dining at its finest in a handsomely designed dining room or on the terrace behind a water-themed canvas screen. From the atmosphere to the menu, award-winning Chef Vongerichten has curated the most memorable culinary experience in Las Vegas.
The Price Guide
Most Las Vegas visitors realize steakhouse dining is on the higher-priced side, especially on the Strip. Prime Steakhouse is one of the more expensive restaurants you’ll find in the city, but if you’re looking to experience steakhouse dining at its finest, there’s no better place. There may be a number of cheap eats in the city, but this upscale experience is not one of them.
Soups and salads, like the Prime onion soup, start at around $20, while appetizers start at $30. When it comes to steak, a New York strip steak is on the lowest end, starting at $70. Many steaks are imported from Japan, like the filet mignon, which starts at $125. Other entrees, like the parmesan-crusted chicken or the corn-crusted salmon, range from $40-60.
Because menu items range in price so drastically, it’s possible to dine with a specific budget in mind. You can also make a reservation knowing you can savor prime steak from Japan, like the wagyu beef filet mignon. This menu is somewhat flexible to your needs.
The extensive menu of meticulously selected wines and full bar menu pricing may change from time to time.
It’s important to remember that menu options and prices can change seasonally or based on market value and availability.
Enjoy the chocolate brown and delicate Tiffany blue dining room or private dining terrace behind the Fountains of Bellagio Las Vegas from 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm nightly.
Due to high demand, reservations are required well in advance. If you will be dining on a particularly busy night, such as a holiday, you may want to call several weeks or months ahead of time to confirm availability. If you are looking for a last-minute reservation, you may want to call and see if there are any cancellations, but these are not guaranteed.
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Reviews of Prime Steakhouse are overwhelmingly positive, with many critiques mostly of the high-priced menu items. Although the menu is comparable to other award-winning four-star steakhouse dining options on the Strip, you will experience top-notch service and wait staff that is extremely attentive.
Many visitors to the restaurant suggest the rib eye, the shrimp cocktail, or lamb accompanied by fabulous sauces like the peppercorn. Of course, the rich detail of the dining room and terrace are also often mentioned, as it is a unique space. If you time it right, you may even watch the water-themed canvas screen turn into the Fountains of Bellagio show from the garden patio.
Dining at The Bellagio Prime Steakhouse
From the salty sweetness of soy rice wine steak sauce to decadent truffle mashed potatoes to the crunch of bacon-wrapped shrimp, Chef Vongerichten has created a menu that accentuates the flavor of the real stars of the show. Steak, seafood, and lamb become much more than a meal inside the exquisite dining room of deep chocolate brown and delicate blue and gold. They become a serene dining experience you can only enjoy at this celebrity chef’s Las Vegas establishment.
Address @ Bellagio Las Vegas
3600 Las Vegas Blvd, South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 693-8484