Silverado Steak House
Top Steakhouse In Las Vegas

Following the tradition of Las Vegas’s fine dining steak houses, the Silverado Steak House offers the charm and service that discerning patrons have come to expect. Hand painted mural scenes and vintage photographs line the walls above plush high backed booths, providing an intimate meal in an elegant yet unpretentious setting. Silverado Steak House has won Awards of Excellence for their expansive wine collection and program. Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence recognizes wine lists that feature a high quality and well thought out wine assortment. The award displays the restaurant’s passion and commitment to their wine program. The dinner menu, designed to offer the best in American steak house cuisine, centers on top-quality steaks and chops, fresh seafood and continental dishes. Perfect for finishing off an evening of play in the casino or watching an event in the Equestrian Center, a trip to Silverado will leave you wanting to come back.

Hours of Operation
Sun - Thurs • 5pm - 10pm
Fri & Sat • 5pm - 11pm
Thanksgiving • 3pm - 10pm
Christmas Eve • 4pm - 11pm
New Years Eve • 4pm - 11pm

No parties larger than 4 people at this time


Dress Code
Casual

Reservations Required
Please Call: 702-797-8075
Toll Free: 1-866-796-7111

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Here are the highlights of the Silverado Steak House menu, which is subject to change. To start your meal, we offer the following appetizers: Burgundy Sautéed Mushrooms, House Smoked Baby Back Ribs, Oysters on the Half Shell, Crispy B.B.Q. Prime Rib Tacos, Seared Sea Scallops on Baby Spinach, Shrimp Cocktail, Jumbo Lump Crab Cocktail, Lobster Cocktail, and a Cold Seafood Platter with Shrimp, Crab Claws, Lump Crab and Oysters. Soup selections are Silverado French Onion Soup and Lobster Bisque with Cognac. Salad choices include The Wedge and Beet Salad.

All of our steaks are hand selected and custom cut for your dining pleasure. The Steaks and Chops include a Silverado Salad tossed tableside with baked potato, mashed potato or a fresh garden vegetable. Our Steak and Chop selections include Double Cut Pork Chop, Filet Mignon, Blackened Rib Eye, Bone-In Rib Eye, New York Strip, Lamb Silverado and Tomahawk Rib Eye.

There is a variety of entrée items and these include a Silverado Salad tossed tableside with Baked Potato, Mashed Potato or a Fresh Garden Vegetable. The entrée selections range from Tartlet Parisian, Pan Seared Free Range Chicken Breast, Roast Prime Rib of Beef, Grilled Salmon, Tuscany Style Braised Short Rib of Beef, Filet Trio, Halibut Francaise, Lobster Tails to the Catch of the Day.

To finish the night off right, the dessert menu has something for everyone. The choices include Black Cherry Parfait, Crème Brulee, New York Style Cheesecake, Decadent Molten Chocolate Cake, Lemon Cream Cake, Warm New Orleans Style Beignets, Ice Cream and Sorbets. We hope you will find the Silverado Steak House to be the best steak house in Las Vegas.

Thanksgiving, available Nov. 26
Silverado Steak House will serve a four-course meal with a complimentary bottle of the wine of the month for every two adults for $59 per person from 3 to 10 p.m., including:
• First Course: chilled shrimp cocktail with Louise rose sauce or leek and wild mushroom au gratin, sautéed leeks and sliced mushrooms folded in white cheddar cheese with parmesan crostini or beef satay grilled with a merlot reduction sauce and quinoa salad.
• Second Course: harvest salad, romaine and Boston lettuce with slice pears, cranberries, candied pecans and white apple cider vinaigrette or Silverado salad bowl with champagne dressing and tossed tableside.
• Third Course: herb-roasted young turkey with giblet gravy, apple and chestnut dressing, Yukon gold creamed potatoes, maple-glazed yams, baked acorn squash with cranberry relish and green beans or tournedos Rossini, grilled center cut filet topped with foie gras and madeira sauce or honey and maple-glazed ham with Crown Royal Maple gravy and spinach-stuffed tomato and served with roast chateau or whipped potatoes or New England Halibut, poached in Samuel Adams IPA broth and topped with shrimp and crab in a cream sauce with asparagus and served with roast chateau or whipped potatoes.
• Desserts: chocolate mousse cake or pumpkin pie with whipped cream or baked granny Smith apples filed with cranberries and pecans and crème anglaise.

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