The Broiler at Palace Station is a steakhouse that prides itself on tradition. The Broiler serves steaks, chops, and fresh seafood the way you remember it; in a dark and comfortable lounge setting just like you may have seen in movies about the glory days of Las Vegas. The dining area has a unique sea-side feel with a fishermen’s wharf atmosphere. However, steak is really the star of the show at this old fashioned dining spot. Hardwood floors, rich brass, and comfortable seating create an appeal that many Vegas locals and frequent visitors just can’t get enough of. Start with a warm cup of clam chowder which is rich and creamy with thick chunks of clam in it. Then, make your way over to salad bar which has over 40-items to choose from. As an appetizer, share a romantic dish of Oysters Rockefeller and take a trip back in time.
Choose your cut, chop, fish, or even choose a live lobster from the tank for your entrée. Along with an extensive wine list and refreshing cocktails, you will also find an old-fashioned California-style oyster bar which serves oysters, clams, and shrimp that are all fresh from the sea. Sides include grilled asparagus, potatoes, and plenty of other options that are all served a la carte. Many steaks are even served with some of The Broiler’s signature sauces like their Béarnaise sauce that comes on the perfectly marbled rib eye. Entrees at The Broiler are moderately priced and the quality does not suffer a bit. Tucked away at the slightly out-of-the-way Palace Station Casino, The Broiler is worth the trip. You may be presently surprised at the quality of food from this smaller casino hotel. When perfectly cooked steaks, sides, and a large salad bar combine with a classic Las Vegas atmosphere, you are sure to enjoy your meal at The Broiler.