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Surprisingly, a steakhouse of the highest caliber actually makes a great place for vegetarians and vegans; CUT not only serves the finest steaks, but also a variety of mouthwatering sides that can surely make a whole meal. The Las Vegas restaurant doesn’t offer a specifically vegetarian or vegan menu, but you can browse the list of salads, starters and sides to easily find something without meat. We saw roasted baby beet salad with Laura Chenel’s goat cheese, toasted pistachio, citrus, micro basil and mint; and an heirloom tomato salad with Humboldt Fog goat cheese, cured Spanish white anchovies and Tuscan olive oil. Side dishes include French fries with herbs; tempura onion rings; soft polenta with Parmesan; broccoli-rapini with chili, sun-dried tomato and fiore di sardo; and of course, the signature creamed spinach with a fried, organic egg.