Las Vegas has plenty of choices for hungry rodeo fans
The BBQ-glazed porterhouse at Oscar’s and beef brisket at Big Mess Bar-BQ are couple of the items On the Menu this week.
December 2, 2016 - 10:47 am
NFR is on, and Las Vegas restaurants have plenty of choices for hungry rodeo fans
This big steak with barbecue flavor, cooked over a 600-degree grill, is topped with crispy onions and served with mashed potatoes, $55.
Big Mess Bar-BQ, Sam’s Town
Dry-rubbed and smoked in-house, the brisket is served with barbecue baked beans and slaw, $15.99, and also available as a platter.
Holsteins Shakes and Buns, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
A pepper-crusted beef patty is topped with mixed greens, the restaurant’s creamy steak sauce, tomato confit, marmalade onions, wild mushrooms and Swiss cheese, $18.50.
Flat iron steak
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway, Wynn Las Vegas
A Dragon Milk Stout flatiron steak is topped with a cherry bourbon sauce and served with roasted fingerling potatoes, $24.
Rosewood, Texas rib-eye
Bazaar Meat, SLS Las Vegas
Prepared on an oak-wood-fired grill, this cornfed wagyu/Angus cut is $75 a pound.
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