When it comes to premium grade beef cooked to perfection, Craftsteak is the best of the best. Using only the finest cuts of meats and the most natural ingredients, chef Tom Colicchio has created several steak, chop, and seafood dishes to please his upscale clientele. Dim lighting and a modern simple dining room add to the elegance of the meal. Trees, glass, water, and metal elements combine in the dining area for a very even Feng Shui balance. Nature and simplicity are the themes not only inside the restaurant but also inside the food. Diners will not find steaks drenched in heavy sauces or overly filling appetizers that leave you feeling heavy before the meal even begins. Food at Craftsteak takes a new approach to eating. Food is prepared carefully with a focus on technique instead of ingredients. Beef is flown in daily and seafood is as fresh as it would be if you were sitting in a restaurant on the coast. Appetizers like beef tartar and beet salad set the restaurant apart from the fare that you would expect to find at other steakhouses on the Strip. Guests can choose between a grain-fed or a grass-fed New York strip. Also try the American Wagyu Skirt Steak or grilled quail. The braised lobster is also a popular choice as it is delicately cooked to make it as tender as possible without becoming tough or overcooked. A more reasonably priced option is the chef’s tasting menu which is not like some other steakhouse tasting menus that provide you with little gourmet bites. The chef’s tasting menu at Craftsteak is filling and will leave you satisfied for a great price.
The most popular entrée choice is the delectable three-course Kobe beef tasting. Three different types of Kobe beef are hand selected by the chef and cooked to your liking. Popular side dishes include the polenta with blue cheese and the wild mushroom risotto. For dessert, try a Craftsteak signature, the Monkey Bread. What’s in it? Who cares! It’s delicious and indescribable. So, you’ll just have to come to Craftsteak and try it for yourself.
3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
Sunday - Monday (6 pm - 10 pm); Tuesday - Thursday (5:30 pm - 10:00 pm); Friday (5:30 pm - 10:30 pm); Saturday (5 pm - 10:30 pm)
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Craftsteak has won several Epicurean awards in 2003, 2004, and 2005. Craftsteak is a non-smoking restaurant.
Best known for:
Three-course Kobe beef tasting
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