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Meat lovers won’t be disappointed with a meal at Craftsteak: at this Forbes Travel Guide recommended Las Vegas locale, tucked inside MGM Grand, the slot machines go on pause and steak is the main attraction. The best way to enjoy James Beard Award-winning chef Tom Colicchio’s thoughtful menu is with his three-course tasting, and you can try everything from the angus beef ($115 per person) to the all-star Australian A5 Wagyu surf and turf ($295 per person)
If steak isn’t your thing, the vegetarian tasting menu ($68), is a great way to sample the chef’s use of small farm produce with dishes like crispy sunchokes with thyme. And if the three-course tasting menu is more than you can handle, opt for the à la carte menu; a variety of salads (starting at $12), seafood (with raw oysters starting at $4 each) and meats (starting at $36) are available to tempt your palate. Add a glass of California wine from Craftsteak’s extensive list, or a Scotch from their collection of over 200 varieties, and your night will be complete — although we can’t promise what kind of gambling shape you’ll be in when you leave.