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60th Anniversary
Throwback Menu

September Edition

September, 2018

60 years ago the Golden Steer Steakhouse opened its doors for business on San Francisco Road in Las Vegas, Nevada. Years later, once the Sahara Hotel opened adjacent, the road was renamed to Sahara Ave. Although the Sahara Hotel has long come and gone the Steakhouse remains as the most popular and longest running dining destination for locals, celebrities seeking cover and visitors looking for a tried-and-true old-school Vegas experience. The Golden Steer isn't trying to be vintage Vegas, it just is.
In celebration of serving the Best Steaks on Earth® since 1958, the venue is introducing once again, favorites from the Golden Age of Las Vegas' past. Digging deep into the paper menu archives, they're bringing back the most popular selections such as Frog Legs Provençale, Chicken Hunter Style and not to forget Spumoni Bomba to finish the night off. Each month, through the end of 2018, the Golden Steer will be offering items from its "Throwback Menu" in celebration of 60 years of success.
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The Golden Steer Steakhouse Cookbook

by James O. Fraioli & Dr. Michael J. Signorelli

The Golden Steer Steakhouse: Recipes, Tales & Celebrities from the Legendary Las Vegas Restaurant
"The Golden Steer Steakhouse is legendary for serving 'The Best Steaks on Earth' to A-list patrons like the Rat Pack, Natalie Wood, Nat 'King' Cole, Joe DiMaggio, Elvis Presley and Mario Andretti just to name a few. Founded in 1958 as a small restaurant and bar, it has grown into the Las Vegas dining icon it is today by staying true to its original concept of fine dining with quality steaks and memorable seafood. Bring a little bit of 'Old Las Vegas' into your kitchen with mouth-watering recipes and glittering tales from Author James O. Fraioli with Golden Steer Proprietor Dr. Michael J. Signorelli from the golden era of steakhouse dining."
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KTNV 13 Action News, Las Vegas

February, 2018

by Katherine Jarvis

Iconic Las Vegas restaurants and bars to visit
"Despite some restaurants changing their service or closing completely, Las Vegas has plenty of iconic restaurants and bars in its storied history. Many have stood the test of time, still around decades after opening.
Golden Steer opened in 1958, just west of the Las Vegas Strip on Sahara Avenue. It started as a small restaurant with a bar and dining room before expanding in the decades that followed. The restaurant that was frequented by the Rat Pack is known for its steaks and seafood."
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Las Vegas Sun

January, 2018

Recipe: New York Strip with Pizzaiola Sauce from Golden Steer Steakhouse in Las Vegas
"The Golden Steer Steakhouse is a one-of-a-kind restaurant experience — old-school Vegas with food and atmosphere from a bygone era. There’s no replicating the vibe, but you can eat Steer-style at home thanks to the book “Golden Steer Steakhouse Las Vegas: Recipes, Tales & Celebrities from the Legendary Las Vegas Restaurant,” written and compiled by James Fraioli with restaurant owner Michael Signorelli. There’s even a special section dedicated to Frank Sinatra’s favorite dishes, including his favorite steak, the New York strip topped with Pizzaiola Sauce he’d always order after performing on the Strip"
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The Las Vegas Review-Journal

April 14, 2017

by Heidi Knapp Rinella

Old Vegas Live on at Golden Steer Steakhouse
"It was an old haunt of Frank and the Rat Pack in the days when they performed on the Strip a few blocks away. The restaurant has taken down the nameplate that used to mark Sinatra’s booth because of light-fingered guests but you can sit there if you ask and it’s available. It hardly seems necessary, though, in a place where the dining rooms are filled with old-school button-tufted circular booths and portraits of Pack contemporaries, and the Chairman of the Board dominates the soundtrack."
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The Las Vegas Weekly

April 13, 2017

by Leslie Ventura

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The Golden Steer Hasn't Changed and That's A Good Thing
"With so many high-profile, celebrity chef-owned steakhouses in Las Vegas, you might wonder why anyone would choose to dine off the beaten path. One trip to the Golden Steer and you’ll quickly understand.
Opened in 1958 and situated on the north end of the Strip, the Golden Steer hasn’t changed much in almost 60 years, and that’s a good thing. The surrounding neighborhood may no longer be the celebrity-laden locale it once was, but dining at the Steer provides a rare window into Vegas’ golden era, when Elvis, Sinatra and Muhammad Ali sipped Old Fashioneds in these tufted red-leather booths. And the steaks? Those remain first-class, too."
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The Via Blog

March 21, 2017

by Carolyn Jung

Old School Restaurants in the West
"Not only is the Golden Steer the oldest steakhouse in Las Vegas, but the restaurant, which opened in 1958, has a far-reaching clientele, some with a storied past. 'Where else in the world can you get tuxedo-clad, professionally trained servers preparing Caesar salads and bananas foster tableside while sitting in an original booth where Frank Sinatra or Elvis used to dine?’ says maître d’ Mark Steele. Indulge in a taste of old Vegas with a massive prime-aged steak."
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Boca Raton Observer
On A Roll

February, 2017

by Laura Jenelle Downey

Golden Steer, Las Vegas:
"Another tried-and-true restaurant worth visiting is Golden Steer Steakhouse. The 58-year-old establishment, on West Sahara Avenue brings a distinctive flair to town.
"Who else has booths where Elvis and Sammy [Davis Jr.] sat?" asks maître d' Mark Steele.
At Golden Steer, servers appear tableside to prepare Bananas Foster the traditional way: f!ambé.
"Most restaurants in such close vicinity of the Strip literally cater to 99 percent tourists, while we are about half locals and half tourists," Steele says. "Tourists who come in for their first time tell me that the Steer was referred to them by a local cabbie, bartender, concierge or valet parker."
It occupies a special place in Steele's heart - and in Las Vegas' culinary history.
"Golden Steer is special to me because I am a Las Vegas native, and I have grown up with the restaurant," he says. "I was here, running around as a kid late nights. Never did I think I would be part of the history one day as the restaurant is in a major resurgence right now. Proud to be here."
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USA Today
America's Most Historic Steakhouses

January 30th, 2017

by Jonah Flicker

Golden Steer, Las Vegas:
"Las Vegas' Golden Steer Steakhouse may not be the oldest steakhouse in America (it opened in 1958), but it is certainly a classic. It has been a hangout for mobsters and celebrities over the years, including Sammy Davis Jr. who was welcomed there when he wasn't at other establishments because of his race. "
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10 Best Restaurants Of 2016

Decenber 29th, 2016

by Larry Olmsted

Golden Steer, Las Vegas:
"At the other end of the Vegas historical spectrum is the city’s oldest steakhouse, a free-standing spot that is one of the rare popular restaurants not in a hotel. Despite an offbeat location, the Steer had its best years ever in 2015 and 2016, thanks in part to a growing retro appreciation trend in Las Vegas and in part to the sudden growth of the North Strip area where it is located, across the street from the SLS and new W and literally next door – like ten feet – from the just opened Lucky Dragon casino hotel. "
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Best Life Online
50 Best Steakhouses in America
Our experts round up the ultimate meat meccas — in every state.

November 20th, 2016

by Grant Stoddard

Nevada: The Golden Steer Steakhouse
"It's Las Vegas’ oldest steakhouse, and a veritable who’s-who of diners have sat in its classic red leather booths. We’re talking Elvis, Ali, Sinatra. Hell, even Joe DiMaggio had his own booth here. But this is no fusty museum: The place has hardly been hotter than it is right now. The secret? Steaks that make you think that you’ve died and gone to heaven at first bite."
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The Harper Way
10 Best Steakhouses in the World

September 29th, 2016

by Andrew Harper

"Serious carnivores will go to the ends of the earth to seek out a perfectly marbled, expertly seared steak. And so, it seems, will we. We've visited the best butchers in France, reacquainted ourselves with the idea that everything (steaks included) is bigger in Texas, eaten at celebrated parrillas of Argentina, and enjoyed the elegant ambiance of metropolitan steakhouses. We've tried dry-aged and wet-aged, beef from corn-fed cattle in the U.S., and grass-fed pure-bred organic cattle raised on small farms in Europe. The cuts may vary from country to country, but these 10 steakhouses — our favorites in the world — all have one thing in common: They are uncommonly superb."
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USA Today
Las Vegas' Oldest Steakhouse Still Charms

August 18th, 2016

by Larry Olmsted

"Stepping into the Steer is like stepping into a museum. It has an odd location in a slightly seedy strip mall just off Las Vegas Boulevard, but back in 1958 when it opened, many top Vegas restaurants were standalone buildings outside of the hotels, a paradigm that has largely changed. For decades, eating here required more effort and a special trip, yet the Steer has not only survived, it has thrived, and the last few years have been record ones."
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Hombre Magazine
Dine in the Mob Room

April 10th, 2016

by Laura Downey

"For a hearty meal with some juicy history, make a dinner reservation at Golden Steer. Known as Las Vegas’ oldest steakhouse, the restaurant has been a hit with locals since its inception in 1958. Be sure to sit in the Mob Room—it comes complete with a hidden door that leads to the back alley. To date, the door is now covered up, but in the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s, mobsters would use this entrance to access the dining room, and of course, to close important business deals."
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"Vegas Uncorked" 2016 by Bon Appétit
Steakhouse Redux:
Michael Mina
Golden Steer

April 28th - May 1st, 2016

"Chef Michael Mina joins the chefs at the iconic Golden Steer Steakhouse to add a modern spin to the classic steakhouse experience. Hosted at Golden Steer, officially the oldest steakhouse in town (the restaurant opened its doors in 1958), the scene will be set with live music from the Rat Pack era, paired with a decadent lunch featuring four courses. Kick off with a mix of classic and modern variations on cocktails, while you settle in and explore the restaurant — then take your seats for a meal that’s not to be missed. Chef Mina and Golden Steer prepare and present alternating courses, to be paired with a selection of wines, bringing you one special lunch experience."
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Forbes Lifestyle
America's Best Food Festival

February 10, 2016

by Larry Olmsted

photo credit Ethan Miller

" 'We are so excited to be celebrating ten years of culinary excellence in Las Vegas with new events and hotel partners that will allow guests from around the world to indulge in an epicurean experience of a lifetime,' said Adam Rapoport, Bon Appétit editor in chief, via press release. 'The tenth year is going to be unlike anything we’ve done in the past. This is the first time we’re taking the event downtown and we can’t wait to show our guests another side of Las Vegas.' The downtown additions include Steakhouse Redux by Michael Mina. But while the James Beard Award winning chef has several great steakhouses of his own here, he is doing this one at the iconic Golden Steer, the oldest steakhouse in Las Vegas, and a personal favorite of mine"
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Cool Material
Bucket List Steaks: 15 Steakhouses You Need to Visit at Least Once

February 10, 2016

by Mike Newman

"A great steak is fairly simple. You get a really good cut, season it properly, cook it just right, and, ta-da!, you’ve got yourself a great steak. Knowing that, it’s strange that there aren’t more great steakhouses. Next time you’re craving a cut, forget the hunting and just try one of these. Here are the 15 best steakhouses you need to visit at least once.
After you crush the blackjack table, head over to the Golden Steer, Sin City’s oldest steakhouse, to dine like Elvis and Sinatra. The legendary steakhouse has been serving up meats to the who’s who of the world since 1958. Today, you can still relax in one of their swanky booths just like Ali, Marilyn Monroe, and others did in the past. Known for their Prime Beef and Prime Rib, the Golden Steer is a throwback steakhouse worthy of spending your winnings at"
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Love This City Online
The Best of Las Vegas: The Mob, Martinis, and Meat

February 9, 2016

by Melinda Sheckells

"Golden Steer Steakhouse - Frank, Sammy, and Dean all still have their tables at the Golden Steer Steakhouse, which some say is Las Vegas’s oldest continually-operating restaurant. After you enjoy a delicious cocktail at the bar, you slide into your booth, which is adorned with photos of the celebrities who once claimed it. As you take in the scene, your eyes are immediately drawn to a server making a tableside Caesar salad from scratch. When it comes to ordering your main dish, you don’t have to think twice. Vegas is a steak town and the Golden Steer Steakhouse has been called the best of the best. You decide to order shrimp scampi as an accompaniment to your meat and top off your meal with the Bananas Foster, a show of sugary delight capped by a large plume of fire. On your way out, you ask to see the backroom, which used to be a dining ground for the famous mobsters who sought out its private entrance."
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Forbes Magazine:
10 Great Las Vegas Steakhouses
"Las Vegas’ oldest steakhouse has served a Who’s Who of visitors from Sinatra to Ali to Elvis - DiMaggio had his own booth. But it has never been more popular than it is right now, and its long obscure North Strip location is suddenly hot, around the corner from the new SLS Casino, MGM Resorts’ Village, and an ongoing construction boom. In a setting of dark wood, red leather banquettes and Wild West art, the tuxedoed staff serves up big steaks and classic starters like Alaskan king crab cocktail, crab cakes, escargot and fresh oysters. The signature non-steak specialty is fresh Dover Sole, deftly deboned table-side. At a price point below the Strip’s many celebrity chef steakhouses, the Golden Steer throws in value along with great food and a trip back in time to Vintage Vegas."
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89012 Magazine
Livin' Local: Vintage Vegas

by J. Tyge O'Donnell

"Opened in 1958, Golden Steer is one of the oldest restaurants in Las Vegas and quite possibly the best steakhouse in town. It's a stone's throw away from The Westgate Elvis exhibit and can be found just west of The Strip on Sahara Avenue.
The bar and dining rooms are steeped in Vegas history with booths dedicated to the many stars and icons that frequented the establishment over the years. The two larger (and highly sought after) booths in the corners pay homage to Elvis and Sinatra, while former Mayor Oscar Goodman's booth is appropriately located just outside the private dining room where the who's-who of mobsters used to nosh and talk "bid-ness". The place reeks of classic Vegas, romantically dark, full of artwork and nostalgic items that have been added over the years.
Even though chicken, veal and seafood are on the menu, for all things holy and for the love of Frank, order a steak. Get the table-side created Caesar salad and a few appetizers as accompaniments (I suggest the escargot and toasted ravioli), and you'll be in gut-busting bliss. There are plenty of specialty cocktails to choose from, along with old and new world wines. I opted for their newly added (albeit retro) Moscow Mule, served in a traditional, shiny copper mug.
And there ya go just spent the better part of a day entertaining your visitors with a well-rounded dose of vintage Las Vegas! All it took was a little nostalgia here, some era-evoking music there,a classy dinner with a smidgen of mobsters thrown in. ..and I bet driving your "guests" out past the city limits to the cold and barren desert never even crossed your mind! Why? Because, well, that would have been a little too old"
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Vegas Seven
Best Old-School Steakhouse 2015
"The Golden Steer has a huge following among longtime Las Vegans, due in large part to the fact it’s been open since 1958 and some members of the staff have been there for more than 40 years. The plush red booths and paintings of cattle on the walls are classic Sin City steakhouse staples, as are most of the menu items. But be careful: This classic joint in a small, nondescript strip mall just west of the Strip can get very pricey very quickly."
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Esquire Magazine:
A City-by-City Guide to Frank Sinatra's Favorite Haunts. The crooner's 100th birthday would have been today.
"Serving carnivores since 1958, the Golden Steer maintains its vintage steakhouse ambiance—red wallpaper, leather booths, waiters in jackets and bow ties making Caesar salads and bananas foster table-side. Some still use Frank's favored method for Caesar dressing—lemon juice instead of vinegar.
'Initially, it was Sammy Davis, Jr. who first brought Sinatra and Dean Martin into the restaurant. They would eat dinner before heading over to the Sands to perform with the Rat Pack,' says Dr. Michael Signorelli, owner of the Golden Steer, adding that the Steer has maintained Frank, Dean and Sammy's favorite booths: 'Where else can you dine where they dined, sit in the same seats and be served the same menu?' "
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Thrillist Food & Drink:
The Best Steakhouse in Every State.
"...for our money, this classic Old Vegas steakhouse that was once used as THE comp location by casinos for their best customers is the move. The steaks are as good as any on a reality show and the joint has seen the likes of Elvis, Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., and every other real celebrity who made Las Vegas cool come through the door. The off-Strip gem is a Vegas staple, and despite the influx of newer, trendier places around town, still stands up as the best pure steakhouse in Nevada."
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Las Vegas Magazine:
Dine His Way
"Booths 20, 21 and 22. Three of the most famous booths in Las Vegas sit inside the Golden Steer Steakhouse, a back-in-the-day haunt for celebs including The Rat Pack. Booths were assigned to its regulars - Sammy Davis (Booth 20), Dean Martin (21) and Frank Sinatra (22). And, in honor of what would have been Sinatra's 100th birthday, the restaurant, established in 1958, is offering guests a chance to dine like Ol' Blue Eyes. Through Dec. 31, "Frank's Menu," based on what he ordered during his visits, includes clams casino and New York strip. Guest booking a reservation sit in Booth 22 and receive a commemorative Zippo lighter. The menu is $100. per person."
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Las Vegas Weekly:
The Golden Steer Celebrates Frank Sinatra's Birthday As One Of His Favorite Spots
"The Golden Steer, which calls itself Las Vegas’ longest-running steakhouse and has been open since 1958, is celebrating Sinatra’s 100th birthday with a special three-course dinner consisting of the Chairman’s favorite dishes—clams casino, a medium-rare New York strip served with tomatoes and garlic in white wine sauce and bananas Foster flambéed table-side. You’ll also drink Jack Daniel’s the way he did—three fingers, two ice cubes—and the $100 experience (available through the end of the year) also includes a ticket to the Mob Museum and a Golden Steer Zippo lighter with Sinatra’s birthday engraved."
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Travel Channel
Best Las Vegas Steakhouses

by Lark Ellen Gould

"Fine dining in Vegas cut its teeth on the concept of gourmet rooms. Every casino had a gourmet steakhouse for its players and big spenders. The meals were comped and served by hovering waiters in tuxedos who tossed salads table side and served sizzling desserts. A few of these holdovers still linger. Hugo’s Cellar at the Four Queens Hotel and Casino downtown and the Golden Steer Steakhouse, between the Strip and downtown Las Vegas, still cater to the old guard in a city where, not too long ago, everyone knew each other by first names."
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Los Angeles Times:
In Las Vegas, a trio of places to celebrate Frank Sinatra's centennial -- his way
"Frank Sinatra sang about New York (“I want to be a part of it”) and Chicago (“My kind of town”), but he’ll also be remembered fondly in Las Vegas on what would have been his 100th birthday. Sinatra, born Dec. 12, 1915 in Hoboken, N.J., was a fixture in Las Vegas for decades, first as a member of the famed Rat Pack and later as a solo performer. Here are some of the places that will pay tribute to the Chairman of the Board."
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Foodable - WEBTV Network:
Serving Vintage Vegas at the Golden Steer
"Step into the Golden Steer now and you can’t help but feel transported by the sumptuous décor of plush leather booths, ornate chandeliers and intricately designed carpet. In fact, existing booths are marked with brass plaques to commemorate famous celebrities’ tables. Elvis’s table is a particular favorite with regulars and celebrity visitors like Quiet Riot and Mötley Crüe."
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Anthony Bourdain
Parts Unknown

March 25th, 2015

by Lissa Townsend Rodgers, CNN

10. Where Vegas is still "Vegas"
"There are still some spots that retain the mojo of when Dino was at the Sands and Dietrich was at the Sahara.
The Golden Steer Steakhouse has been velvet wallpaper and sirloin since 1958, and you can still sit in Elvis' booth, sipping a martini while the veteran waiter creates your tableside Caesar salad or cherries jubilee."
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The Original (and still the best) Caesar Salad
Eating Las Vegas' John Curtas provides the best ingredients to demonstrate how the 'Original Caesar Salad' is made and gives a shout out to the Golden Steer Steakhouse for having one of the best Caesar Salads in Las Vegas.
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CNN - Eatocrocy
"The Rat Pack were regulars, so the Golden Steer oughta do just fine by you. The joint's been tossing table-side Caesar salads and setting bananas Foster ablaze since 1958. While it may not be as haute and happening as the celebrity chef-helmed steakhouses on the Strip, it more than makes up for that with the help of a seasoned staff, faithful renditions of warhorse dishes like escargots de Bourgogne, oysters Rockefeller and Lyonnaise potatoes, as well as sturdy pours of classic highballs.
The steaks might not quite match up to the restaurant's claim of being the "best on Earth," but they're perfectly serviceable (and compared to their on-Strip offerings, quite reasonably priced) and besides, you're there for the company. Clink glasses with Frank, Dean, Sammy and all their ritzy pals and savor a last chance to experience a style of Vegas swank that may not be around for much longer."
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Las Vegas Review Journal:
Steakhouses Still Serving Old Vegas Standard
"Las Vegas cuisine may be difficult to define, but there are certain dishes that practically scream "old Vegas," and Chateaubriand is one. Availability may be lower than in years past, but there still are several good versions around, and fellow readers have suggestions for searcher John Peterson."
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Peter Moruzzi's "Classic Dining"
Discovering America's Finest Mid-Century Restaurants
"Over time, the softly lit wood-paneled interiors, starched tablecloth, curved booths, tuxedoed captains, and table-side service that once defined classic continental-style fine dining have gradually disappeared. Equally, the number of historic restaurants filled with character and old-school ambiance swindle with each passing year. Yet vestiges cling to life in cities large and small."
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Best Steakhouse in Las Vegas
"Back in the day, if you were a high-rolling celebrity in Vegas, you had your own booth at the hippest joints in town. Like here, at the Golden Steer. The Golden Steer opened in 1958 and immediately won the favor of the famous. If you were a big-shot, you chopped into a rib-eye at your own table."
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Las Vegas Weekly:
A Bucket-List Visit To
The Golden Steer Steakhouse, Las Vegas
"The Steak House at Circus Circus, long known as one of the best classic steakhouses in the city, had a two-hour wait on the Tuesday night when hunger struck. But disappointment quickly turned to excitement when the Golden Steer Steakhouse was suggested."
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USA Today Travel:
How to Experience the Rat Pack in Las Vegas
"Looking for luck to be a lady on your next Vegas trip? We're taking a walk down memory lane, looking for the best places to find remnants of the group that made Vegas the Entertainment Capital of the World"
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Las Vegas Weekly:
Best Classic Restaurant in Las Vegas
"This place maintains its hipster cool more than five decades after opening. Definitely get the table-side Caesar, a martini and some red meat. While the steaks aren’t dry aged, you’ll hardly notice while taking in the ambiance—besides, that’s not how the Rat Pack did it back then."
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Las Vegas Sun:
Golden Steer Steakhouse, Las Vegas Re-dedicates Famous Dining Booth to Mayor Oscar Goodman
"This collection of booths and tables, bare the brass plaques and photos, of notorieties such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., John Wayne, Joe DiMaggio, Clint Eastwood, Marilyn Monroe, Mario Andretti, Betty Grable, Shecky Greene, Elvis Presley, Mickey Rooney and more. Additional booths will be soon dedicated to Holly Madison and Muhammad Ali."
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Eating Las Vegas:
Muhammad Ali at the Golden Steer Steakhouse
"Eating Las Vegas was at the Golden Steer Friday afternoon, interviewing owner Dr. Michael Signorelli and his staff for an upcoming article in VEGAS magazine. That night, Muhammad “I am the Greatest” Ali dropped in for dinner."
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Los Angeles Times:
Vestiges of Las Vegas' Glory Days
"Like residents in many cities, longtime Las Vegans long for what's long gone — the days when a young Wayne Newton crooned "Danke Schoen" and dealers knew players by their first names."
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Eating Las Vegas:
The Ghosts of the Golden Steer
"There are ghosts in the booths at the Golden Steer. Lots of them. Sit in any of them on a busy evening and they will work their charms on you."
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Bon Appetite
Top Ten Must-visit Classic Restaurants
"For a taste of vanishing Vegas, you can’t beat this steakhouse (circa 1958) where an order of Caesar salad, New York strip, and multiple Martinis would make Sinatra proud."
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