Celebrity chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten has created a steakhouse experience that is often considered the best in town. With a traditional feel and taste, Prime Steakhouse provides superior service as well as perfectly prepared steaks and seafood. Executive chef, Robert Moore, has turned Jean-Georges’ creation into a work of art. Prime Steakhouse is located in the Bellagio and offers seating either near the window with views of the lake or outside on the terrace for an even better view. Dark velvet chairs have brass knobs on the back, allowing an easy way for gentleman to slide these heavy chairs and allow a lady to sit down. What sets Prime apart from other steakhouses in town is that Prime doesn’t try to fix something that isn’t broken. The cuisine is exactly what you would expect from a steakhouse: simple, elegant, and delicious.
Appetizers like the “ribbons of tuna” or the very popular “seafood platter on ice” will get your meal off to a great start. Also, don’t forget to try one of Prime’s select wines. The wait staff will be more than happy to suggest a bottle that will complement your meal. The meat is extremely fresh and many will tell you that Prime has the best steaks on the Strip. Although the entrée selection is simple, the sauces to accompany them are not. Some of their signature sauces include carmelized cauliflower; pea shoots sautee, artichoke, and a house favorite: balsamic syrup. Another great thing about the meals at Prime is that they are actually full meals complete with sides. Guests don’t have to order off an a la carte menu, that can make it hard for groups to agree on side dishes when served family style. Some favorite entrees include: crusted sea bass in a sweet and sour broth, Maine lobster with braised artichokes, the porterhouse, the veal chop, and of course, the filet mignon. The ambiance in Prime Steakhouse is elegant and romantic. Prime Steakhouse is sure to impress any date.