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Raising the Steaks

Las Vegas Steak Houses
Jack Bettridge
From the Print Edition:
Kevin Costner, Nov/Dec 00

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New York-New York, 3790 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 702/740-6450  

Appropriately placed in New York-New York Resort & Casino, Gallagher's is faithful to the style of the Big Apple original, if not to the rundown atmosphere. Chunks of steak hang in meat lockers at the entrance, a testament to the exacting wet-and-dry aging process the restaurant uses. Photos of sports and entertainment figures of old (Babe Ruth, Gary Cooper) hang in frames on the wall. Diners sit in half-round banquettes.    

The Four Seasons, 3960 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 702/632-5120  

The steak house at the Four Seasons, while not as spectacular as Charlie Palmer's Aureole in Mandalay Bay, is still a respite from the clubby entrants in the genre. Only three cuts are offered of steak (filet mignon, bone-on strip steak and rib eye) on a menu that includes caramelized chicken, lamb sirloin and halibut with prawn ravioli.

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