Jean Georges Steakhouse

VERIFIED LUXURY
Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's homage to meat, Jean Georges Steakhouse at ARIA, stands out by featuring cuts from all over the world, including Japan, Argentina and Uruguay. The striking space nestled in the promenade level of the casino resort is done up in a bold palette of black, white and gold.

Of course, steak is the star on the menu, but go for an innovative meat-free appetizer like black pepper beignets with Asian pear as well as rice-cracker-crusted tuna. Not in the mood for steak? The Kobe cheeseburger provides a juicy alternative. Just be sure to finish with Jean Georges' signature dessert, warm chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream.
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Things to Know
•The price range for a meal at Jean Georges Steakhouse is $95 for five-course tasting menu, or if you prefer à la carte, the 10-ounce New York strip will run $40, with sides costing $10 to $16 and starters from $13 to $24.

•The refined décor at the Las Vegas restaurant is full of whimsical nods to the traditional steakhouse, with walls lined with silhouettes of a cow’s nose. Leather cattle marking tags hang from the chandeliers, adding a playful feel to this otherwise sleek and contemporary space.

•The noise level here is also comfortable, creating the perfect atmosphere for engaging in a lingering conversation over your multi-course meal.

•The banquettes located on the back wall as well as in the middle section provide the perfect location to overlook the entire dining room while enjoying the company of those at your table at the same time.
The Food
•Obviously, steaks are the main focus at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended restaurant. They are prepared on a wood-burning grill and seasoned with your choice of sauce. Inventive seasoning options include soy miso butter or you can go with a classic béarnaise sauce.

•Although the menu has a strong focus on meats, a few delicious seafood options exist as well.

•You’ll also find classic steakhouse sides with a twist, including the salt and pepper baked potato and sautéed broccoli rabe.

•If you’re a first-time diner at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended restaurant, the five-course tasting menu is a great value. The decadent menu offers an appetizer, salad, seafood course, meat course and dessert, so you’re sure to leave the Las Vegas restaurant feeling full and satiated.

•If you plan on springing for dessert during your Vegas vacation, do it at Jean Georges Steakhouse. Order the molten chocolate cake. This classic dessert was invented by Jean-Georges Vongerichten himself, and it’s sure to wow any chocolate lover.
Getting There
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89158
TEL877-230-2742
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