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.
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: 7024327743x
Beer, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Broiler Steak & Seafood - Boulder Station Hotel & Casino Ratings and Reviews
The only negative comment is that I orde ...
The only negative comment is that I ordered the Prime Rib Med/Rare and is was Med/Well. I would like the server to inform me that they did not have Med/Rare so I could have ordered something else. The steak still tasted good but not the temp that I had requested.
The queen prime that my husband and I go ...
The queen prime that my husband and I got were tough, and fatty. My son ordered the New York steak and loved it, my other son had the blackened shrimp and thought they were good. I ordered my prime medium well and had to send it back-I don't think it was the same piece I sent that I received back.
I really like this restaurant, and love ...
I really like this restaurant, and love the salad bar. I would have to say, though, that the quality of the steaks has decreased in my last two visits, Unfortunately. However, the service is very good, and the staff are all wonderful. I really like the atmosphere and the setting for a nice night out.
High prices for mediocre food. Hostess ...
High prices for mediocre food. Hostess was very nice and waiter did good job EXCEPT noticing we did not eat even half our expensive meal should have elicited concern. He asked us about the food and we said it was not good and he offered to bring manager but we declined. All in all, not a good experience. Many dishes over salted. Probably tackiest casino in Stations chain and with high prices for this restaurant.
We waited over an hour for entrees. Wai ...
We waited over an hour for entrees. Waiter did not come by the table to explain delay, no drink refills offered. When steaks finally arrived they were lukewarm, potatoes were cold. Took another 15 minutes to get check. Very disappointed.
Always a great value and always an excel ...
Always a great value and always an excellent meal. Good prices and there salad bar is out of this world. It is a meal in it self. All types of salads and two types of soup which vary every night. The shrimp salad is excellent and my favorite. I just had their early bird special and my wife and myself both ordered the prime rib. It was fabulous and we could eat half because of the great salad bar. I have eaten their steaks but my favorite meal is their seafood platter. This one of my top 3 restaurants in the Las Vegas area. It's too bad when Palace Station redid their Broiler and they changed it to an over priced steak with no salad bar. Hats off to Boulder Station for their Broiler and all their great restaurants. I drove 40 miles to get here as I live two blocks from Aliante casino and I wish you were closer so I could go more often.
$12.99 Sunday - Thursday Specials
We ate here during the Sunday - Thursday 5-6PM S12.99 salad bar and dinner special they were advertising. You had a choice of a 1/2 burger, queen cut prime rib, Fried chicken breast with gravy or Salmon They price was either 12.99 or 13.99 depending on choice and that included AYCE soup and salad bar. Each of us had a different item from the special menu and we still took home a dogie bag. The food was top notch the salad bar featured a lot of great items especially the shrimp salad and the crab salad. It also had 2 soups and you get a nice bread basket at the table. My fave is the pretzel bread but my partner loves the raisin bread. The best touch to the meal was the great service from the hostess to the waiter and his staff all made sure our meal and experience was top notch. We look forward to going back soon.
We have dined here quite often through t ...
We have dined here quite often through the years, the food and the service have always been good...the only thing I can say is it would be nice to to see a little more personality from the staff...as often as we have been here noone seems to recognize us, someone should know our names by now...we will still keep coming as we love the salad bar...thanks
This was not our first time there. It wa ...
This was not our first time there. It was our anniversary dinner. Service was really bad. I never got my entrée. Had a discount coupon, waiter did not subtract the discount from the bill and tried to charge me for food I did not get! Never again!
Hidden Gem... Must dine for steak and salad
If you liked The Broiler in Palace Station, then you'll love it here. We were upset when they removed the Broiler in Palace to make room for and upgrade it to a "Charcoal Room". Whatever, charcoal room is over priced and not worth it. Never realized there was a Broiler in Boulder Station as well until I saw it advertised! Great for a Mother's Day nice dinner and you can't beat the salad bar that comes with it. Not many places like this left. We'll serve our own salad any day over the over priced yuppie holes that keep popping up. Great hidden gem in a classic casino. Enjoyed!
Best Salad Bar around & Great local steak house
The Broiler is a great local place to go out for a special occasion or for a great steak dinner... The food is prepared perfectly, if you ask for a medium steak, it will actually be medium... Great Apps and the BEST salad bar around.
Great Salad Bar, Great Food
Great Salad Bar, Great Food, Service - So, So. Had to wait a little long for a waiter, beverage service and attention, especially when we were needing something. Not thrilled with the big open area dining, especially on busy nights. The noise level can get a bit overpowering. The food is the real reason to go to the Broiler!
The food was good but the service was te ...
The food was good but the service was terrible. Waiter asked us if we wanted the order to go in immediately when he took our drink order we said yes because we were kind of in a hurry to see a movie . about 20 minutes after taking our order he came back over and said he had just put in our order. We were upset about this because we were going to be late for our movie which started in 25 minutes. It took another 30 minutes before we received our food missed the movie. Our waiter came by one time apologizing for the delay then disappeared until our food came out. We had to ask for refills of our ice teas since the ice was all melted. The restaurant was not busy at all. Our waiter had only three tables to wait on
Fine Old School Steakhouse With A Gracious Server
If you want the latest or hippest craze, this is not for you. If you want a lovely meal in a throwback 1950's/1960's dinner house, served by a gracious and attentive server (named Jude), you MUST dine at The Broiler. I dine out a lot for business and pleasure, and I go out of my way to dine here when in Las Vegas. I am partial to the New York steak, always perfectly cooked, and my wife loves the halibut. Our dear friend cannot ever get past the porterhouse. The wine list is fun, because they include labels you've never heard of at great prices, and they will let you sample a selection before buying it. A hidden gem amid all the Las Vegas noise.
The Broiler in Boulder Station is a beautifully appointed restaurant that serves outstanding steak, seafood, chicken,pork, etc. at a very reasonable price. The meal also includes an extensive soup and salad bar. I have eaten at many, many restaurantshere in the valley first as a tourist and now as a resident forthe last 20 plus years and have found none any finer than this establishment for ambiance, quality of food and value
Was very happy with the food, everything ...
Was very happy with the food, everything you would expect from a steakhouse except for the outrageous prices. Definitely more inexpensive than a restaurant on the strip, the main trade off being the atmosphere is less formal and its in a local casino. If fancy isn't a requirement then this is a great choice. We had filet, lobster, and scallops, all of which were delicious. The soup and salad bar was a nice addition (included with all entrees) and the tomato bisque soup was exceptional. Dessert was a chocolate lava cake which was rich and perfect to share. Overall it was a great experience.
Upon arrival at the restaurant. They wer ...
Upon arrival at the restaurant. They were not able to find our reservation. The host printed out an arrival time sheet which did not coincide with us actually arriving at the restaurant. We had to ask for water at least 4 times. The water was completely empty 3 times.
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