SW Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas

Vegas' lagoon-side steakhouse
Banishing all thoughts of stuffy, dark steakhouses are the warm, sophisticated environs of the recently refreshed SW Steakhouse on the shores of the Lake of Dreams at Wynn Las Vegas. The restaurant doesn’t skimp on luxurious details, from the decorative stone pieces carved in Jerusalem to the authentic Kobe beef from Japan.

At SW, you will enjoy a curated menu that balances exceptional steaks with chef Mark LoRusso’s latest creations.

You will arrive via a glamorous little bar and lounge with teak walls, granite flooring and recessed copper ceiling. Flattering lighting in the tailored, modern space highlights the cuisine, the amply stocked bar and the stylish patrons themselves.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Colors throughout tend toward cream, oatmeal and copper, and fabrics are impossibly thick and plush for an overall effect that is welcoming and unpretentious.
  • SW is also one of few restaurants in the U.S. offering certified, authentic Kobe beef from Japan’s Hyogo Prefecture. Choose from the evening’s available cuts and be presented with the animal’s noseprint and pedigree.
  • Bringing the outdoors in and the indoors out, SW has a climate-controlled patio for year-round outdoor dining. It’s at the base of Wynn’s 40-foot waterfall and the resort’s urban mountain.
  • LoRusso is equally deft with seafood, offering such specialties as handmade king crab ravioli, pan-roasted Dover sole and roasted branzino.
  • Don't skimp on the decadent sides — the black truffle creamed corn and the baked fennel mac and cheese are guest favorites.
Things to Know
  • SW Steakhouse, a classic American steakhouse inside Wynn Las Vegas, is open every night for dinner.
  • A business casual dress code encourages you to look your best when dining at this fine-dining restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas. Ladies will want to don a cocktail dress or skirt and gentlemen will feel comfortable in slacks and a button-down.
The Food
  • Options for meat lovers go far here, with bone-in and boneless rib-eyes, a petite grass-fed strip and traditional New York strip, two sizes of filet mignon, two dry-aged steaks and three double cuts for those willing to share.
  • Complete the picture with any of 13 side dishes, including the more health-conscious harissa-glazed carrots and sautéed vegetables or the decidedly decadent crisp potato rosti with chive cream and sturgeon caviar.
  • The fairground-gone-luxe funnel cake is a good way to end an indulgent experience. The crisp, fluffy slices come with sauces of crème anglaise, salty caramel and fudge. Other sweets include a spiced apple galette, red velvet cheesecake and molten chocolate cake with sweet cream ice cream.
Getting There
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
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