Steakhouse46 at the Flamingo (closed)
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Dining Hours :
Tues - Sat, Dinner: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Entrees $23-$65; Sides $8-$10; Soups & Salads $7-$10
Steakhouse46 was named after the year Benjamin Siegel opened the Flamingo.
Sample Menu Items:
20 oz Dry Aged Bone-in Ribeye > $39
14 oz Pork Chop > $23
Orange Rhubarb Marmalade
24 oz Porterhouse > $44
20 oz Bone In New York Steak > $44
8 oz Filet Mignon > $37
16 oz New York Strip Steak > $39
16 oz Prime Rib of Beef > $32
8 oz Eye of Ribeye > $37
Parma Prosciutto with Maytag Blue Cheese
Yukon Gold French Fries > $8
Steamed Asparagus > $8
Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes > $8
Baked Potato > $8
Sautéed Spinach > $8
Wild Mushrooms > $8
Gratin Potatoes > $8
Lobster and Jalapeno-Bacon Creamed Corn > $10
Fresh Pea Shoots & Young Carrots > $8
Tapas Menu (Served in the lounge)
Hawaiian Ahi Poke Cups with Mustard Plum Buerre Blanc
Beef Satay with Ginger Citrus Soy $8
Applewood Bacon Wrapped Asparagus with Balsamic Maple $7
Tuna Avocado Tartare with Chili Aioli $9
Sugar Cane Shrimp with Thai Cream $9
Chicken Satay with Balsamic Pesto $7
Seared Scallop with Tropical Chili $9
Clams Mediterranean $8
Couscous Stuffed Roasted Tomato $6
Crab Cake with Wasabi Cream $9
Bruschetta with Goat Cheese, Tomato and Basil $5
Petite Pork and Mango Spring Greens with Mui Dressing $6
Steakhouse46 is an "Old School" Vegas Steakhouse located in the "Old School" Vegas Casino the Flamingo. The Flamingo's original owner in 1946 was Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, hence the 46 in the name.
The Internet Buzz is mostly positive, for food and service. The quiet, non-trendy, atmosphere is also appreciated by many diners. Keep in mind that expectations are lower here than for the ultra-trendy Celebrity Chef driven newer Steakhouses.
The dining rooms at Steakhouse46 retain their classic look and feel, which adds to any diner's comfort level. The honey-colored woods are warm, while the rich brocades and mirrors add a level of luxury that you might not expect, especially since the kiosk outside the front door sells high-end, personalized bobble heads.
Our dining room is accented with rich oak wainscoting, sumptuous furnishings and candlelit tables.
My experience at Steakhouse 46 was wonderful. The service was superb. Our waiter and her assistant were so attentive. I could never see them throughout the restaurant, but when I needed something poof they were right there. I started off with the lobster bisque which was excellent and for dinner I had the surf & turf (Filet Mignon & Alaskan King Crab Legs) with yukon gold french fries on the side. Everything was so delicious . . . so tasty and cooked to perfection.
I've been here twice and it's was great both times. I had the T Bone and fries, I suggest the mash potatoes, much better!!! Great cocktails and wine. The service was great both times, everyone is really friendly and helpful. I would go back again.
You know, this place wasn't bad. In fact, it was quite good. I was hoping to eat at Craftsteak at the MGM, but I didn't have reservations. The group wanted some steak, so we just wandered into this place. The pricing was fair, typical nice steakhouse pricing. Nothing crazy like the super expensive kobe beef plates or anything. The lobster bisque and french onion soup were very tasty, and the bread fresh and warm. The steaks weren't stellar, but they were good enough to put a smile on your face before hitting the casino floor.
If you're at The Flamingo, I highly recommend this place. Excellent atmosphere, a very subdued but classy dark wooden appearance with a very quiet feel, a nice break from the lights and noise of the casino. I had the bone-in ribeye, which excelled in texture and taste. My friend had the scallops which were well-presented and also delicious.