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In terms of the price range for a meal at The Country Club, the menu tends to be on the pricey side. Keep in mind, though, that this is a fine dining Las Vegas restaurant. You’ll find that entrées such as Hawaiian tuna steak cost $42 and a sea bass dish rings in at $40. Steaks are pricier and can hit the $60 range, but that’s for a 14-ounce chili-rubbed Montana flat iron Wagyu steak. Appetizers are generous and include fresh greens topped with grilled duck for $15 and a big bowl of specialty gumbo for $18. Sides include delicious creamed spinach for two for $12 or a specialty mushroom and zucchini mix for $14. Desserts like bananas Foster hover in the $12 to $15 range. And you’ll find drink prices go from $15 for a Grey Goose on the rocks to $18 for a glass of merlot. You can still enjoy dinner for under $100 at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant if you choose not to order a three-course meal.
Lunch prices for appetizers range from $13 for sweet corn chowder to $21 for a shrimp cocktail. Entrées run from an $11 grilled hot dog with all the fixings — sauerkraut, housemade spicy pepper relish, Creole mustard, onions, pepperoncini, potato crisps — to a tossed Cobb salad with jumbo shrimp for $25. You can also order a sirloin burger for $16 or two others with fun accouterments (guacamole, smoked bacon) for $19.
If you’re coming in for brunch, you’ll find that menu to be similar in price to the lunch menu. Appetizers range from $12 to $19 and entrées, such as French toast bread pudding and Parmesan crusted free-range chicken, average around $20. Again, you’ll find burgers for $16 or $19 and steaks that range from $47 to $56, depending on what you want. If you want to experience the Sunday jazz brunch at the Four-Star restaurant, the preset price is $59 per adult and $24 for children under 12. You’ll get to fill your plate with as much as you want from a large selection of appetizer stations (salumi, cheeses, breads, salmon, shellfish), entrées (shrimp and grits, French toast bread pudding, eggs, chicken, omelets) and a carving station that includes house-smoked andouille sausage, jumbo shrimp, pork chops and more. So if you want to try a little bit of everything, this brunch might be your best bet. The bonus? You’ll get to listen to live jazz music while you eat.