A trip to Las Vegas would not be complete without indulging on delicious cuisine at Craftsteak, Las Vegas. Located at the MGM Grand, Craftsteak is owned by James Beard award winning cookbook author, celebrity Chef, restaurateur, and TV personality Tom Colicchio. You can rest assured you will get top notch food and wine, in an upscale atmosphere, designed by established architect and planners Bentel and Bentel.
For perfectly prepared beef, as well as a variety of other entrée selections, head into Craftsteak
Craftsteak serves dinner nightly, starting at 5:30 pm until 10:00 pm on week days and 10:30 pm on weekends. The menu features fresh, seasonal ingredients, sourced from family farms and specialty businesses in California and beyond, then simply prepared. The menu changes daily and showcases superior ingredients, created by experts Executive Chef Matt Seeber and Pastry Chef Carrie Chesto. Order a variety of items from the a la carte menu or go for a three course tasting menu for a real taste of the Craftsteak experience. Plus the restaurant boasts an award winning wine list and hundreds of scotch and bourbon selections, for the sophisticated palate.
Craftsteak’s menu offers tasty, light salads, classics like Prime Filet Mignon, Braised Short Ribs, Porterhouse steak, and Kobe beef, not to mention the Wagyu beef options or larger cuts for you and your mate to feast on like the Ribeye for two. Craftsteak also serves up an assortment of chilled fish like oysters, clams, and shrimp, along with cooked seafood dishes like the Diver Sea Scallops with shaved fennel or the 2 and a half pound Maine lobster, which would make for a really memorable dining experience.
Guests enjoy the vegetable side selections as much as the meat, seafood, and poultry dishes. The Yukon Gold Purée with chives, the variety of mushrooms to compliment the meats, and the roasted asparagus or cauliflower come cooked and flavored to perfection. From the time Craftsteak opened in 2002, the food critics and press took notice, and Craftsteak was awarded the Las Vegas Life Magazine’s Epicurean Award for Best New Restaurant in 2003 and the Best Steakhouse in 2005. They have continued to please diners for years and Craftsteak has become one of the best Las Vegas restaurants.
On your Craftsteak visit, keep in mind the dress code is business casual. Also the staff would be happy to suggest wine pairings for each dish. Prices reflect how fresh and delicious the cuisine is and the average three course meal is over 100 hundred dollars.