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About Craftsteak - MGM Grand
James Beard Award Winning Chef Tom Colicchio is emphatic when it comes to creating menu items that appeal to all lovers of fine food. Using only the finest ingredients from small family farms and other specialized venues, every dish bursts with flavor.
While this famous steakhouse offers mainstays like Kobe beef, specialties also include veal, salmon, lobster, and farmer's market vegetables.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00 pm – 10:30 pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet & Self-Parking Available
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Private Party Contact:
Large Party Reservations: (702) 891-7433
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Craftsteak - MGM Grand Ratings and Reviews
First time dining here. Service was GREAT. Food was very good. Didn't care for the cinnamon monkey bread (?) dessert although it's said to be their #1 dessert. Latte was so so.
Overall experience was good though will likely try different restaurants before considering coming back.
Amazing short ribs, bland/underseasoned but perfectly cooked steaks. Rather cramped table arraignments, for the price expected better. The service however was excellent. The pictures of cows on a wall, especially sad faced cows give the impression of before and after - maybe not the best them for a steakhouse?
Waygu steak was fine but lobster risotto was gummy and avocado salad wasn't a salad at all. Wait staff actually brought the plate back to me to ask if everything was ok since I didn't eat very much of the sliced avocado. Piped in music was far too loud & decor was sub par. Really wanted to love it but, sadly, did not.
Craftsteak never disappoints. Service is top notch. Had the 22oz T-Bone and the Lobster Risotto which were shared. Asked for the Steak Med Rare and it was cooked to perfection. The Risotto was delicious and had that blend of creaminess and thickness that makes it so nice. Of course if you go there you MUST get the Monkey Bread for dessert. The cinnamon bread with caramel sauce and chopped pecans on it and a scoop of butter pecan ice cream is the best.
We come here every year, the lobster bisque is to die for, and the skirt steak is so good! Every time until now, it's always been worth the $400 bill for 2. This time it was my husbands birthday, and we were crammed in between 2 other tables at a tiny table for 2. The waiter seemed to hurry us thru our order, and when I mentioned the birthday, no effort was made to do anything at all. Needless to say, I was pretty disappointed after dinner. This is the one thing we wanted to splurge on.
Definitely not one of the better steakhouses in Vegas! My steak was so tough I could barely cut through it. I asked for medium well and got closer to well done plus! My husband ordered the scallops and those were delicious but this is a steakhouse and their seafood should not be better than their steak. Our server didn't come around but once the entire time although the guy filling our drinks was very attent. We've had worse but certainly had better, for sure will not be back!
We've eaten at CraftSteak a number of times, each was great. This visit was by far our worst. The food was not a good as in the past and the service was horrible. We ordered an order of oysters that never came, sides were missing from our order until we reminded our server, drinks had to be ordered twice to get them, and one end of our table was never even asked if they wanted drinks after the round they ordered when we sat down at the table.
In the past, the service has always been great. We were introduced to two servers at the outset of the meal, but only ever saw one of them, except when the second one appeared once to help clear plates.
The staff and management was outstanding handling the dietary restrictions of our co-diner. The food was very good and we were glad we chose Craftsteak for this evening out with our friends. We have dined at this restaurant several times in the past year and will do so again.
I've been waiting for years to visit Craftsteak and they didn't disappoint. This was by far the best dining experience of my life. I will cherish this food memory for a lifetime. I cannot wait to come back. Craftsteak will be on my must visit list every time I come to Las Vegas.
This was our most anticipated and most disappointing meal while in Vegas. Our table ordered a grilled strip, a roasted strip, and a roasted filet all medium rare. The steaks were absolutely beautiful, but the flavor was so disappointing. They were almost flavorless actually. We also ordered the scallops and they were quite lovely as were our sides. Maybe this was an off night, or maybe we just do steaks differently in Texas, but we would not return.
We ordered the chef's menu which was an extremely generous 3-course meal for $160 per person if you choose the domestic wagyu. It turns out to be a feast of more like 8 dishes including 8oz of 2 types of steak. It was an amazing service and experience. Tom Collichio did not disappoint. His restaurant is the ultimate example of what an amazing restaurant and service should be like.
This was my second time here. The food is excellent although overpriced. It's still worth it. Salads were great. The only problem we had was first, the walk is a long way from the front door. My husband and I have bad backs and it's hard to walk that far although we stopped a couple of time on the way. When we got there we waited for about 10 minutes although we had reservations. There is not a chair to be seen to sit in while you wait. They need to provide something for those who have trouble walking or standing. Also, we were led to a 4 top table which is okay but the booth right next to us should seat 6 or7 and the put two men there. It would have been so much nicer if we had had the larger table since there were 4 of us and our table was crowded with food and the wine list almost fell off the table. Those 2 men would have had a great amount of space at our table and we would have had a much nicer time we had had a bit more space. Our bill was over $500.00. When my daughter and I went there just the two of us, we had a bill that was over $200.00 and left a huge tip. I don't know what my husband left as a tip but if it was over 20 percent, I'd be mad because I don't feel that we were treated that well. I know that we will be back there because the food is out of this world. I just hope we are treated as well as I saw some others.
Great steak and overall menu, wonderful environment and excellent service. MGM is one of the best picks on the strip for entertainment variety (now including easy access to the new Top Golf attraction) and Craftsteak is a nice option for date night or even larger groups.
Craft Steak is one of our favorite restaurants in the US. Too bad it does not have a better location hidden in a shopping area attached to casino. Always an enjoyable relaxing experience. My only thought is I wish the side were a little smaller when only small party of two.
Nice ambiance but food and service fell quite short across the board.
-Warm Frisee salad was too large of a portion, and lacked any depth of flavors, didn't finish.
-Domestic Wagyu Skirt Steak - Ordered Medium Rare, cooked extremely rare, and served basically at room temp. Ate as is because it took 1.5 hours from initial ordering to arrival of entrees (including 1st course), didn't really want to waste any more time as my party (Only 3 of us) was already annoyed at the length of time it took.
-Sides were okay, potato puree, mushrooms, and broccoli . No accolades for any of them.
When seated, we were asked if we were under a time constraint, we were not, in hindsight we should have said yes, as previously mentioned, it took a full hour and a half just to get our entrees. Needless to say, we skipped dessert.
Every trip to Vegas we like to try a different steakhouse, and originally had high hopes for Craftsteak, unfortunately our consensus was the food and overall experience was poor, fell far short when compared to our other dinners at:
If you're looking for a great steakhouse dinner while relaxing in Vegas, pass on Craftsteak, and try either SW Steakhouse, CUT, or Prime in that order.
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