Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

Sizzling, sinful steaks in Vegas
VERIFIED LUXURY
One of the hottest steakhouses in Las Vegas, Bazaar Meat by José Andrés is not just an ode to those who love meat, but also to anyone who wants to dine on flavorful cuisine in a buzzy scene.

José Andrés, a James Beard Award-winning chef, has created a meat eater’s nirvana that also leaves room for those with different food tastes. Bazaar Meat, located inside the luxury SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, has five kitchens and a menu filled with savory starters, a raw bar, seafood and, of course, seriously sized steaks. It’s also a hot spot for A-listers.

The idea behind Bazaar is to share your dining experience with your tablemates. A delicious bite here, another taste sensation there. Try a bunch of tasting plates or tiny tapas to get started and linger over the specialty drinks or a bottle of vino to begin the journey. The only losers here will be those who don’t come hungry.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• Designed by Philippe Starck, Bazaar Meat has a sophisticated steakhouse feel but is never stuffy.

• The main room is done in rich caramels, deep browns and sexy golds set aglow with soft lighting.

• The place does not take itself too seriously, though, as whimsical design touches abound (you might see a cow’s face on the back of your chair).

• Servers are excellent guides who can tell you the difference between Washugu and Wagyu. Even if you don’t talk “meat,” the competent servers will help find something to suit your tastes.

• But one thing you will need is an appetite. Big steaks are cooked “José’s way” — at high heat and oak-wood fired.
Things to Know
• Bazaar Meat by José Andrés serves only dinner seven days a week. Indulge in succulent steaks from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday or until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

• Andrés’ flavorful, sharable cuisine is in high-demand, so reservations are definitely recommended. Book your spot at OpenTable.com.

• A smart casual dress code befits the contemporary steakhouse setting. Nice jeans with a blouse or button down would be acceptable, but ladies might be more comfortable in a breezy skirt or sundress and gents might prefer khakis.
The Food
• Whimsy isn’t just in the decor, it’s in the food concepts, too. The eclectic group of appetizers ranges from cotton candy foie gras mixing salty and sweet to an Asian-flavor taco to chicken béchamel fritters.

• For fish lovers, Bazaar has an expansive raw bar with live scallops, sea urchin, salmon sashimi, clams and king crab. For those who want a little caviar, there’s a not-so-classic service with chives, crème fraîche, egg, shallot and pomme soufflé.

• Succulent, melt-in-your-mouth bone-in ribeye steak is done Spanish style. This is also one of the few restaurants that offers authentic Kobe beef from the Hyogo Prefecture in Japan, and its A5 Kobe eye of the rib is pure pleasure.

• Other meat selections include chateaubriand, tenderloin, pork lion, lamb and a veal chop that arrives sizzling.

• Side options are numerous  — standouts include the Catalan spinach with apples, pine nuts, shallots and raisins, and the Brussels sprouts with apricots, grapes and lemon puree.
Getting There
2535 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
TEL702-761-7610
TEL702-761-7000
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