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Expect to pay a pretty typical steakhouse price for a meal at Carnevino, but the cost varies based on when you dine in the restaurant. If you stop into the Mario Batali-Joe Bastianich steakhouse for lunch, anticipate spending between $40 and $80; the lunch and late-night menu offers salads, appetizers, pasta, entrées and sides, as well as a few sandwiches. Salads cost between $14 and $18, while appetizers go for around $16. Pastas will run you about $20, while main courses reach up to $64 for the 12-ounce filet mignon.
For dinner, prices rise accordingly, with an average cost of $60 to $120. You’ll have a greater selection of antipasti, pasta and protein for dinner at the Las Vegas restaurant. Antipasti range between $16 and $31, while pastas cost between $17 and $31. Meats, the restaurant’s specialty, are broken down into veal, beef, lamb and pork categories, with tempting cuts like a dry-aged, bone-in rib-eye for two that’s $72 per person. At Carnevino, you’ll also want to factor in wine—an essential part of the dining experience at the Las Vegas restaurant, and rightfully half of the steakhouse’s name.