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Jun 14, 2011 07:50 AM

Steak on the Strip

Hi all,
Going to Vegas in a few weeks to celebrate my parents' 40th wedding anniversary. We'd like to take them out for a great meal that doesn't require a second mortgage. Mom's got a bit of a picky palate, so I think steak would be a great choice. Looked at both Craftsteak and Prime, and while both look ah-mazing, I don't think we can swing the price tag. Any recommendations for a moderately priced steakhouse on or near the strip? Thanks everyone!

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  1. How much are you looking to spend per person?

    3 Replies
    1. re: Eric

      If we could keep to around $50 per person it would be great...including wine. Is that even possible, or will we be eating at Outback?

      1. re: BeckyS74

        Charlie Palmer Steak does a three course dinner with wine included for $48 per person. I happen to think that Charlie Palmer Steak is one of the classiest restaurants on the strip but have not had an opportunity to try the cut of the week. They are closed on Sundays and Mondays. You can check the menu for the week here:

        1. re: jpc8015

          Did the deal last week. Great meal for a great price in upscale atmosphere.

    2. Charlie Palmer cut of the week. There have been numerous discussions on the subject, do a search of the boards

      1. If you can hack negotiating the strollers and their related odors and noises, then work your way through Circus Circus and go to The Steakhouse. Haven't been there in a while, but you can generally get an excellent 21-day dry-aged steak, salad, and starch for what the steak alone would cost at your typical Strip steakhouse. Quiet and elegant once you get past the casino and the screaming brats. Like I said, we haven't been in a few years, but I think it's now probably about $50 a head, _not_ including wine.