Named after the famous Las Vegas pioneer (and owner of the hotel) Steven Wynn, SW Steakhouse is spectacular. The food is exactly like you would expect from Wynn-- exquisite. What’s refreshing about SW Steakhouse is the way the restaurant doesn’t try too hard to fix something that isn’t broken. The food isn’t twisted or changed. It is just simply delicious. This is the mark of a truly genius chef, he doesn’t need to rely on any gags or fancy presentation tricks. The food is good simply because the ingredients are fresh and cooked well. The Bone-In Ribeye will come to your table perfectly seared on the outside while still fresh, juicy, and tender on the inside. But what truly sets SW apart is its view of the Lake of Dreams. At night, the Lake of Dreams will come to life in a beautiful water and light show that takes place every hour. The show includes projections, statues that rise from the water, and a larger-than-life singing frog. The show is spectacular and not to be missed and neither is the romantic atmosphere or delicious food that you will find at SW Steakhouse.
Start your meal with a delicious lobster roll, crab cake, old school steak tartare, foie gras duo, or the famous Oyster Wynn, which are oysters baked with spinach, béarnaise, and caviar. If you are in the mood for a soup or salad starter, try the English pea soup, simple salad, pear salad, Maryland blue crab cakes, and the Heirloom beet salad. Entrees at SW Steakhouse are beautifully crafter and presented. Try the wild French sea bass served with a cauliflower puree and a raisin-caper-pine nut sauce, the wild Scottish salmon, potato crusted snapper, sushi grade blue fin tuna, French hen, roasted duck breast, rack of lamb, filet Thermidor with butter-poached lobster, bone-in ribeye, veal chop, or the New York cut. Sides include creamed spinach, sautéed wild and field mushrooms, steamed green asparagus, Yukon gold potatoes, and herb fries.