Final Cut Steak & Seafood Toledo

Redefining elegant dining in northwest Ohio
On the banks of the Maumee River in Toledo, Ohio, Final Cut Steak & Seafood Toledo is located inside the Hollywood Casino. Serving hand-cut steaks and fresh seafood from the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific, Final Cut is a great place to celebrate hitting the jackpot.

Along with the mouthwatering meal, you’ll be treated to a view of the river, a branch of Lake Erie. Pair your juicy chops with a signature cocktail or a glass of vino from the notable wine list. Keep in mind that due to its casino setting, diners must be at least 21 to experience Final Cut.

The hearty meats might be what lure you through Final Cut’s door, but the service is the real standout. Like the cuisine, the servers at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant are accessible and reliable, creating a winning night of eating out even if you just flamed out at the blackjack table.
Things to Know
  • Thanks to its location inside a casino, Final Cut Steak & Seafood takes its interior design cues from the golden age of Hollywood. The round main dining room at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant features several glass cases housing movie paraphernalia. Swaths of gold curtains, burnished wood walls and glowing Art Deco chandeliers only add to the space’s charm.
  • Don’t worry if you have a failing grade in meat education. The servers can teach you the exact difference between a filet mignon, porterhouse and a bone-in ribeye and detail why you should pick one over the other based on taste preferences.
  • The dress code at Final Cut Steak & Seafood, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant in the Hollywood Casino, is best described as business casual. This means you’ll fit right in with attire such as button-down shirts and slacks for men and a dress or skirt for ladies.
The Food
  • Three of the steak offerings — the filet mignon, the New York bone-in and the ribeye bone-in — are USDA prime cuts of meat. What does that mean? It’s the highest-quality meat in the United States, with only 2 percent of all cuts getting the prime label.
  • The drinks menu is on an iPad. The list of wines and cocktails is so extensive at the steakhouse that the handy device makes more sense than a weighty leather-bound tome of selections.
  • The menu is à la carte. If you like to design your own meal rather than have sides chosen for you, then you’ll be delighted with the endless options on Final Cut’s menu.
  • The luxury Toledo restaurant’s housemade steak sauce is a thing of beauty. While there is a whole list of sauces like Béarnaise, au poivre, blue cheese peppercorn butter and chimichurri to choose from, this classic shines.
  • But the steakhouse isn’t just about the beef. Chilean sea bass, seared salmon and even local free-range chicken are on the menu, if you prefer a lighter meal.
Business casual
Reservations recommended
Getting There
1968 Miami Street, Toledo, Ohio 43605
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