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About The Broiler Steak & Seafood - Boulder Station Hotel & Casino
All of our beef is carefully selected, aged for tenderness, and grilled to perfection. You’ll be able to find the Broiler by following your nose, as our delightful aroma will be fully evident before you’ve even crossed the threshold. With fresh fish flown in daily, perfect steaks, exquisite sides and an extensive wine menu, there’s no reason to go anywhere else! Got any doubts? Ask around and you’ll soon discover that there are a slew of good reasons why we’re widely regarded by the locals as the best steakhouse in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Steakhouse, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm Thursday 11/27/2014, Thanksgiving Day 2pm-10pm
Boulder Highway and Lamb
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
We offer Valet or there is parking available in the Parking Garage or several secured lots to park in.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Dining Room seats up to 20 guests and is the perfect setting to have a dinner meeting, family gathering or a night out with friends.
Private Party Contact:
Aurora Raffinello: (702) 432-7743
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Broiler Steak & Seafood - Boulder Station Hotel & Casino Ratings and Reviews
Filet mignon was delicious and cooked just right. The salad bar is very nice. The side dishes were very tasty. The price is reasonable. The ambience is nice. Only problem is we weren't taken care of when we first arrived. The staff pretty much left us alone for the first 15 minutes without offering us water, bread, wine etc. It was pretty annoying. We had to get up and locate staff to serve us. They did apologize and explain that one of the waiters had to leave suddenly, but still. When you're paying these prices you expect excellence. But in the end the waitress did a nice job, she made up for it for the most part.
Service was excellent... Prime rib looked and tasted as if it was cooked the day prior!! We have patronized this restaurant many, many times over the years and the quality of their meat seems to be trending downward. The salad bar is still very good. I am sorry to say this will probably be my last visit to the Broiler!
Great meal, tonight! The filet was excellent, as were the steamed broccoli, regular mashed potatoes (we are not fans of the garlic mashed), and tomato bisque soup (one of our favorites!).
The pretzel bread is our favorite and it was excellent, tonight!
The blackened salmon was very good.
We wish the sautéed mushrooms were all button mushrooms, instead of a mix of button with porcino mushrooms. If all had been button mushrooms, it would have been a five star meal!
No room for dessert, so we cannot comment on dessert tonight.
As always, we will be back.
Great food and service. This was a special dinner for my wife and me. We each ordered the Filet Mignon which was cooked to perfection and very tender and flavorful. Great selection at the salad bar. The New England clam chowder was perfect. Our reservation was at 6:30 on Friday. Every one of the staff with whom we had contact did his best to ensure that we had a good experience. My wife was very pleased too. That's always a good thing.
Wonderful meal at one of our favorite local hotel/casino dining spots. Menu has great selections plus the service is always A+. The Broiler is definitely worth the drive if you are craving steak or my favorite is the pan seared salmon along with the soup and salad bar.
We enjoyed our meal but did not feel as special as we do when we go to Senoma Cellar. It was probably the salad bar. Nice to have but really cheepend the experience. The only down part of the meal was the filet my husband ordered. It was more like a cheap cut of top sirloin. Everyone else's food was excellent.
Yes, I am sad to leave a bad review on what used to be one of the BEST steakhouse type restaurants in Las Vegas. From the dark and wilted spinach, and BROWN lettuce on the salad bar to the chicken flavored noodle soup ( no chicken at all and when we told the bus person AND our waiter John there was no chicken NOTHING was done ). Now that can be overlooked, but, when they open at 5 PM and are sold our of prime rib ( John said the chef told him ours were the last of the prime rib ) that says something about the place. After receiving my slice of fat chunks I could understand it was the LAST piece of meat because it was 95% fat. John took it back and charged me $14 for a one trip to the " salad bar ". And when I said I did not want to eat the fat he took it back and quickly brought my husband a to go box ( NO ONE asked if we were finished, just brought the box and bag! ). Trust me, I tipped him beyond fair! Sadly this will be our last time there.
The food was fantastic! The soup & salad bar with entree was outstanding, it had a lot of choices. The staff was extremely friendly. It did take some time for server to greet us and it was not busy. However, nothing but professionalism when they did engage.
this has always been our favorite steak house in vegas, but not so much this time. The food was not cooked the way it was ordered, and the meat was tuff. this being said, its the first time that this has happened. I will give them another try the next time in town, hope it will be back to the great place we have known in the past. The service is excellent here
Our waiter was the best, attentative to our needs. Salad bar was awesome the men had meat selections and steak and prime rib were done perfectly, the girls had shrimp blackened and garlic lemon butter, shrimp were succulent and melt in your mouth the bill was pricy but we knew it would be thank you great night out
Food was outstanding! Server was friendly and knowledgeable. Cheerful! She made sure we understood we were ordering and made suggestions based on our questions. The only somewhat negative is that there was a double door going into the restaurant that was kept open. I would suggest having it closed as to remove the sounds of the casino. The ambiance was such that it did not feel like we were in a casino, except for the noise
I wanted to come to the restaurant for the salad bar, and Prime rib. Normally the salad bar is good but not the night of 02/14/17, and there was no more Prime rib by 730pm very disappointing. I have been coming to this restaurant for years and this was the first time I did not enjoy my visit.
My Valentine of 40 years planned a special dinner last night. We chose The Broiler at Boulder Station since that is where we gamble since moving here from the Portland area about a year ago. We were seated promptly and our drink orders were taken just as the menus were presented. Our server, Johnny, took our food order and pointed out the complimentary soup and salad bar. Very good selection and constantly replenished.
My wife ordered the petite fillet while I ordered the prime rib. Both were prepared well. Overall the dinner was "decent", but not exceptional. The experience turned sour when I was presented the check. I produced my credit card and my Boarding Pass. Johnny asked if I wanted to use my points. I told him no, but I wanted my dining points. I was told "No, we don't do that".
Rather than argue, we paid the bill and left. As we were walking out, we were surrounded by signage touting "Points for everything". Every day we are bombarded by television commercials stating in loud song that also states that fact. As we passed the rewards center, I decided to ask about it. I was told that in order to get points on Broiler dining, I needed to come to the rewards center. HUH? Why didn't Johnny tell us that? How many of their customers don't bother to ask? Does the Nevada gaming Commission know about this deception?
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