avg entree price
Tickets start at $57.50
You might also like
ABOUT BALLY'S STEAKHOUSE
From the moment you're greeted by the tuxedo-clad Maître D' to the final sips of your after-dinner coffee, know that you are experiencing a Las Vegas fine dining tradition when you enjoy dinner at the Bally's Steakhouse. Decorated to resemble a New England-style hunt club, this Las Vegas steakhouse is among the most historic fine dining rooms on the Strip!
Low lighting, an old Vegas fine dining pedigree and friendly, attentive service make Bally’s Steakhouse an elegant atmosphere reminiscent of the days when the Rat Pack ruled Las Vegas.
Start your meal with a classic Las Vegas steakhouse appetizer like a shrimp cocktail, Caesar salad, lobster bisque or seafood on ice. For your entrée, nationally recognized chefs will prepare favorites like slow-roasted aged prime rib, bone-in sirloin steak and Chilean sea bass. Your biggest Las Vegas fine dining dilemma tonight will be deciding which dish to order.
And while the portions are generous at Bally’s Las Vegas Steakhouse, make sure to leave room for a signature dessert, such as our banana cream pie, crème brulée and
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT
Experience a fine dining tradition
An elegant atmosphere
Among the oldest of its kind on The Strip
Generous portions of classic dishes
"Harkening back to old Las Vegas”, this 1973-vintage steakhouse in Bally’s is an “old-school” affair with “superb” beef, “quality” service and an “assisted-living” crowd; modernists sigh it’s too “long in the tooth”, but on Sundays it morphs into Sterling Brunch, an all-you-can-eat extravaganza that’s “worth every penny."
"Bally's Steakhouse is a great choice for fine dining."
"Reminiscent of a British-style hunt club, this steakhouse is decorated with brass chandeliers and hunter green and white striped wall coverings adorned with framed prints of horses and jockeys. For starters, we like the roasted lobster bisque, and the pistachio-crusted seared and chilled ahi with sweet-and-sour sesame sauce."
"Bally's Steakhouse is one of the oldest of its kind on the Strip. The restaurant serves classic steakhouse dishes like slow-roasted aged prime rib, bone-in sirloin steak and Chilean sea bass. Desserts include banana cream pie and a mile-high sundae."
"Not only does [Bally's Steakhouse] boast slow-roasted, succulent steaks, but every Sunday this gourmet room provides the setting for the Sterling Brunch. For 25 years, the decadent brunch has served items like champagne, lobster, freshly prepared sushi, beef tenderloin and an array of exquisite desserts to patrons."
"The filet mignon and prime rib were prepared perfectly, and the sides of macaroni and cheese and garlic mashed potatoes were rich, creamy and delicious..."