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About Craftsteak - MGM Grand
James Beard Award Winning Chef Tom Colicchio is emphatic when it comes to creating menu items that appeal to all lovers of fine food. Using only the finest ingredients from small family farms and other specialized venues, every dish bursts with flavor.
While this famous steakhouse offers mainstays like Kobe beef, specialties also include veal, salmon, lobster, and farmer's market vegetables.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00 pm – 10:30 pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet & Self-Parking Available
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Craftsteak - MGM Grand Ratings and Reviews
Steaks were tough. When I didn’t order alcohol, primary waiter dropped us like a hot potato. Service was better than average but less than good.
I’ve been to this restaurant several times before and enjoyed myself.
Not so much this time. Dinner for four without alcohol was $440 - over$500 including tip.
It’ll probably be a while before I go back.
We were quite unhappy with craft. We were recommended to come here by a friend and had high hopes. Having come from Gordon Ramsay’s ‘Steak’ the night before we were expecting a great meal. The steak was poorly explained and nothing like what was described and came far closer to medium than med rare. The Caesar salad was ok and the 2 bottles of Argentinian wine were of good value. The fois gras tasted like French toast. The service was poor and we waited far too long to speak to someone for our order. Overall a poor experience And will not go again.
Everything about this meal was perfect. Speciality cocktails were delicious, the lobster bisque, which we both had, was the best we’d both tasted.
We then had the bone in ribeye and the 24hr braised beef. Accompanied with the grits and the Brussels sprouts it was a perfect choice.
Service was impeccable.
Great place for steaks! Had the 16oz dry aged NY Strip, cooked to a perfect medium rare.
But first we started with the warm frisee salad with bacon, big enough to share with 3-4 people. I also had the lobster bisque, very good.
Ended with mango sorbet and pb cookies.
Best service ever!!
We had to wait a bit of time for our table due to dining volume but it was truly worth the wait. The meal options were explained very well and the food was excellent (Waygu chefs choice). The management provided additional desserts due to the wait and they were all very yummy. I would definitely recommend this restaurant when in Vegas.
Craftsteak is my absolute favorite steakhouse in Las Vegas. But someone tell me how in the heck does a premium steakhouse in Las Vegas completely run out of Ribeye Steak on a Wednesday night by 8:30PM? There is absolutely NO excuse for that to happen. The GM offered to get a smaller ribeye steak, borrowed from another restaurant inside the MGM, telling me they all get their meat from the same vendor 😳. The wife and I flew into LAS From Orange County to have dinner at Craftsteak and then attend a concert, making our reservations long ago. The steak we were able to get was a T-bone and that is NOTba ribeye. This was unacceptable!!!!!
Good, as usual. Surf n Turf was a favorite the night we dined as we witnessed by the numerous dishes served with potato purée (overloaded with chives). We ordered it too and was not disappointed. To be honest, we have never been disappointed dining here. Consistently serving quality meals with sides to share. Something for everyone.
Strongly recommend the 24 hour short ribs. Also I would go easy on the sides meaning lighter food. I had the sweet potatoes mash which was very good and not heavy on the sweet side. The only thing was the service which was a bit slow. Not that we expect to eat fast but rather would it been nice to be appraised when the food would arrive.
It's an open plan seating arrangement so sound travels. A little disappointed in the quality/consistency of the scallops - some were chewy, some were quite raw. Ribeye bone in steak was cooked very well. Fries were nice and the portion was large enough to share between two. Nibble bits before starters were tasty. Overall slightly high in price for quality of food in comparison to order steakhouses on strip but I would put it in the top 3.
This was our second visit to Craftsteak and it was every bit as good as the first. The A5 Strip was melt in your mouth awesome. Not sure why other steakhouses cannot do it as well as Craftsteak but not complaining at least I can get it here and it's well worth the price tag. Everything else from the shoret rib to the fries & Vegy's were fantastic. They also have a great list of wines by the glass or bottle. Highly recommend stopping here when in Vegas. This should be at the top of your list if you are picking a steakhouse during your stay.
Been there many times and always get the skirt steak. This time around was a little less than stellar. The steak was not hot when it got to me. And it wasn’t as tender as it usually is. I expect consistency at a place like this. The corn grits and mushroom assortment was great.
As a side note, there was a loud annoying rock n roll playing. That’s not really what I expect or want to hear during a fancy meal.
We attended Craftsteak for a business meal and ordered the Chef's Beef Selection for the entire group (They recommended that 10 orders would be enough for our entire group of 13). Our meal was FANTASTIC and everyone loved that we were able to try a variety of appetizers, beef options and desserts. We will definitely be returning!
I have to say that I was underwhelmed by our dinner at Craftsteak. The menu was complete and easy to understand. You have several different levels of beef to choose from and they have a tasting menu that starts around $130 per person. Our main waiter was very good and very attentive. That said, they need some staff training. Two of the service staff were talking about shifts and problems with the management right in the middle of the restaurant. The salad that we ordered was seriously overdressed and very vinegar forward. While the wine list is extensive, it is really high priced. I just felt like it was too high end of a restaurant to miss some of the little things.
Larry at the bar is the same wonderful guy who served us the last time we enjoyed a meal at Craftsteak. He is wonderful at his job and went out of his way to make me a special mocktail for the occasion. The shrimp and grits were amazing and the arugula salad continues to be one of our favorites anywhere. Will be back again soon I'm sure!
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