35 Steaks + Martinis

35 Steaks + Martinis
35 Steaks + Martinis

35 Steaks + Martinis is a great place to go in Las Vegas when you just want a steak done right. Perhaps you’ll even decide to go with the Tomahawk Steak. This signature cut is a 35-day aged, 35-ounce prime, bone-in steak that can be either shared or taken on alone. A smaller bone-in fillet can be a good alternative to the Tomahawk Steak if you don’t want to go huge, and if you’re up for something other than steak, there are options there as well. As the name implies, 35 Steaks + Martinis is also known for its shaken or stirred beverages. Guests can also consider the extensive wine list, which features plenty of award-winning vintages.

35 Steaks + Martinis is found at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Las Vegas. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by a classic, yet cutting edge atmosphere. Chrome-plated chandeliers mix with plush booths and dark wood chairs, lending an elegant edge to things. Of course, being that this is the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, a hint of rock and roll is always in the air. You might even hear classic rock playing in the background as you cut into your juicy steak, especially on nights when live music is offered.

35 Steaks Vegas
35 Steaks Vegas  Image: Arthur Percy (Facebook)

Indulgent dishes await at the 35 Steaks + Martinis restaurant. The appetizers alone are enough to impress. Appetizer examples include the steamed littleneck clams with Matilda Goose Island Belgian Ale and grilled ciabatta bread and the pan seared foie gras with pineapple pecan jam, toasted brioche, and port wine glaze. Soups and salads are also among the available starters should that be the preferred route. Moving on to the main courses, 35 Steaks + Martinis offers seven different steak dishes. All of the steaks are either dry or wet aged, and possible steak accessories include béarnaise sauce, foie gras, Maytag blue cheese, grilled onions, crab legs, and prawns.

If something other than steak is what you have a taste for, the 35 Steaks + Martinis menu features an assortment of seafood dishes. Salmon, Chilean sea bass, and fried oysters are just some of the seafood options. Going in another direction, you can also consider ordering a burger, some lamb chops, or pan roasted chicken. Don’t forget the desserts. A standout in this department is “The King of Desserts.” Inspired by Elvis Presley, this indulgent dish mixes bananas with peanut butter and ice cream. Sprinkle some bacon over the top if you want to take it to the next level. You can work it off later strolling along the famous Vegas Strip, working out at your hotel gym, or dancing the night away at one of the numerous Vegas clubs.

35 Steaks + Martinis is open every night for dinner. The restaurant hours are 5 PM to 10 PM Sunday through Thursday and 5 PM to 11 PM on Fridays and Saturdays. The lounge is open from 5:30 PM to 10:30 PM Sunday through Thursday and 5:30 PM to 12:30 AM on Fridays and Saturdays. Happy Hour is every Monday through Friday from 5 PM to 7 PM. On Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 35 Steaks + Martinis offers live music.

Top image: East Las Vegas Valley Chapter of the American Wine Society (Facebook)

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