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CUT Las Vegas
Steak House$$$$
Today 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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The Grand Canal Shoppes 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3325 South Las Vegas BoulevardUSNevadaLas Vegas89109
$$$$Steak HouseToday 5:30 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:30 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 11:00 pmSunday 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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Celebrity chef's counter-serve chain offering signature pizzas, sandwiches & other light fare.- Google
"The dinner menu varies but you can always find fresh lobster and Wagyu beef."
"And just to be clear: a steakhouse should always have a porterhouse on it."
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Nikie Shaw
2 months ago
This was an awesome place to eat, the food was perfectly cooked and served with love and care. It rates as one of the best places we have ever eaten. If your looking for perfect beef it gets no better.
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Geoff Wilson
a month ago
I have eaten at almost every major steakhouse in Vegas, and CUT is the best. If you want the best steak in Vegas, this is it. Also, the pretzel bread, pork belly, and other apps and sides are fantastic.
God Sent
9 months ago
I don't write restaurant reviews. I either enjoy my meal or I don't. I also don't often visit high end steak houses and when I do I try my best to make sure they're well reviewed and rated. In the case of CUT, I was very, very disappointed. My recent vacation took me to San Francisco and Vegas and of the three high end steak houses I visited, CUT was the worst, in both price and quality of food. My medium well steak was well done. My fries weren't fully cooked. The mashed potatoes were subpar. The best thing about this place was the pretzel bread. An $80 meal that the cheesecake factory could have given me for $30. Do yourself a favor and skip this place. Go to Delmonico, it's about 20 feet away.
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7 months ago
I've been to cut on more than one occasion. Every single time I go there I am treated like a VIP. It appears that this is the standard of the restaurant because I see interactions of other guests with the staff and everyone always seems to be having a good time. The theme of the service is very masculine... Make servers with trays of meat.... Like caveman style. I've had the ribeye, lamb chops, bone marrow, carpaccio, Kobe beef sashimi, and much more there. The quality of the food is always superb and I always leave feeling like I couldn't have a better meal elsewhere. Then I go to carnevino and have the same feeling there. Look for a very similar review over there. You literally could not do any better than either of these places. Enjoy
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Martina A
4 months ago
We went here for my moms Bday 5/14/15. From the moment we came in, the hostess was very nice and took us to the table, so friendly. The service in this place was phenomenal and the food exceptional. They made sure everything was to our liking and even had a complimentary dessert for my mom. This was my first time here and I have to say if I lived in Vegas I would go there weekly. Amazing food and best staff ever.
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Christofer Hardy
5 months ago
We stopped at cut for dinner. I ended up buying the Wagyu beef. I can't really say how good the food was. For my meal, I got Asparagus, Pretzel Bread, Mac-N-Cheese. This was some pretty amazing food. The waitstaff makes sure that you are always taken care of, and watches you like a hawk.
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Danny Gorman
7 months ago
Being big fans of steak, we decided to try CUT based on critic reviews. We tried the crab and shrimp "cake" for starters and ordered the 8oz NY Sirloin American Wagyu and the 8oz filet mignon (Illinois) for our main dishes with a side of asparagus and french fries. The crab cake was delicious with unique flavors (and also wasn't very fishy from a non-seafood eater). The American Wagyu was very disappointing. We expected the steak to be one of the most flavorful and tender steaks we've tried given reviews and the price, but it was rather basic and not worth the $90 price tag. The filet mignon had a lower price tag at $60 and had better flavor. We supplemented the meal with an $80 pinot noir, which was very good. Service was great with very attentive staff. Although the meal was enjoyable, I've had better and less-expensive meals at other famous steakhouses.
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Alan Talebi
10 months ago
Waste of valuable time and money... There are far better steakhouses in Vegas with much better steak quality, atmosphere and service. This place is far overrated and overpriced. We read the reviews before and decided to go there for the Wagyu Ribeye steak. At that price and such rating, we were expecting to have one of the best steaks of our life but It was just terrible! So dry and small portion. This place is also overcrowded, and staff appear to be in rush all the time. So if you are thinking about a romantic dining experience, absolutely stay away from this one.
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