Classic cuts are just the beginning at Phil’s Steakhouse in Las Vegas

Phil’s Steakhouse fans can rejoice as the restaurant recently opened after having been closed for a while. The restaurant resembles an old school steakhouse, with plush seating and everything with wood accents – just super comfy. Treasure Island serves dishes like a giant 24-ounce bone-in ribeye chop, chicken marsala with mushroom sauce and thyme, and fried branzino with caviar rice.

But those aren’t the only special features on the menu. It offers so many classic steakhouse dishes like crab cakes with Old Bay aioli, oyster Rockefeller, jumbo shrimp cocktail, French onion soup with Gruyère cheese, and Caesar salad with herb croutons. Starters include filet mignon, strip steak, and prawn campi – all of your favorites. Steaks come with steamed asparagus and whipped or baked potato and can be turned into surf and turf by adding crab legs, shrimp campi, a 6-ounce lobster tail, or a crab meat béarnaise crust.

When you feel like there’s room for a small dessert, treat yourself to the warm chocolate chip pan served with rich vanilla ice cream.

Treasure Island, 702.894.7223

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