Golden Steer Steakhouse - Las Vegas
Located one block away from The Strip, Golden Steer Steakhouse was established in 1958 and has been a staple in the area ever since. The dining room has played host to the likes of Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack, Elvis Presley, Nat "King" Cole and Mario Andretti, just to name a few.
Though many changes have taken place over the years, one of the core elements of the restaurant is the longevity of its staff. Some members have been working here for more than 40 years, and the stories they tell about the golden era is one of the main reasons customers continue to patronize.
Since its humble beginnings the Golden Steer Steakhouse has prided itself on serving USDA prime aged, corn-fed beef. And throughout the years, prime rib, New York strip and the T-bone steak have become staples. Non-steak delights include baked Alaskan salmon and shrimp scampi.