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About ENVY The Steakhouse at The Renaissance Las Vegas
A hidden gem and your new favorite Vegas steakhouse, ENVY, offers an unforgettable experience. Avoiding a typical steakhouse look and feel, ENVY’s red high vaulted ceilings offset a glassed walk-in wine cellar with filled with fine wine. The Wine Room offers an intimate experience for private parties. ENVY serves incredible dishes such as a 15oz Bone-in Rib-Eye, 12oz Bone-in Filet, Veal Chop Milanese, and a Signature Sea Bass with famous sides such as Truffle Fries and Bourbon Creamed Corn. Premium Angus Steaks are aged for 28 days and seafood is meticulously prepared to perfection. ENVY won the Las Vegas Life Magazine Award for “Best New Restaurant Off the Strip”, has a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, is rated “extraordinary” by Zagat, & has won Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence since 2006.
Las Vegas, NV 89169
Steakhouse, Seafood, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:30am - 11:00am
Lunch/Dinner @ Grill 55: Daily: 11:00am - 1:00am
Dinner: Daily from: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Paradise / Desert Inn
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
ENVY offers catered events with special menus for groups ranging in size from two guests in our Wine Room up to full buy outs for up to 200 guests.
ENVY is located just off the lobby of the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel. We provide efficient complimentary valet parking and a well lit parking garage with elevators that take you directly into the hotel reception area. Should you be arriving by cab, you will find ample availability of cabs to assist with your departure.
ENVY is located directly adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail station and a stop on the Citizens Area Transit (CAT) bus system. Cabs are also always available in our porte-cochère if you prefer not to wait.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please contact our Director of Catering to plan corporate holiday parties or celebrations of your life events such as weddings, rehearsal dinners, graduation parties, retirement parties, and baby showers.
Whether you’re looking for a venue to host an intimate party, a small corporate dinner or are just looking for a private dining room in Las Vegas, ENVY The Steakhouse is the perfect venue for private dining in the Las Vegas area.
ENVY The Steakhouse at The Renaissance Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
The overall ambience was comfortable and elegant. Service there was both friendly and prompt . The food was “adequate” for an Outback steakhouse. For the prices that you were charged, I expect more . The Del-Monaco potatoes were crunchy, the asparagus were pencil thin and the steak was underwhelming.
Good location and nice atmosphere.
The food was not good. The service was very slow, and the meal was poorly executed and very expensive. No one in our party enjoyed the meal. No one in our party even finished the meal.
Our waiter seemed nice and helpful enough, so I'm not complaining about the service. But a meal for four of us was very pricey, and the food was Sizzler quality.
We always try to return to ENVY when we visit Las Vegas. The food is always delicious and the service very friendly and attentive. On this trip Josh Drennen was our server; he and his team made us feel comfortable and welcome. We were celebrating a birthday. See the photo below. Although the menu is a little pricy, Envy is much more affordable than the big name steakhouses on the Strip and the food just as delicious. It's a 'hidden gem.'
This restaurant was recommended by an Uber driver from the airport as I was staying at the Renaissance. I originally was booked to dine at Mastro's Ocean Club but did not want to deal with the strip. I then went down to the hostess station and asked how it compared to Del Frisco's which was up the street and walkable. The waiter said it was very comparable. We booked our reservation. It was a Saturday night but not crowded. It took over 10 min for anyone to greet us when we were seated. There was no wine list provided. After a nice greeting the wine list was provided. For a fine steakhouse, the wine list was very limited, only a few bottles in each category. The wine was not that great as there were limited choices.
Wedge salad was very ordinary, the bacon did not taste fresh, dressing was ok. Porterhouse was not even in the same league as Mastro's or Del Frisco's. we ordered two kinds of sauces, but only one was provided. the au poivre sauce was not good.
The parmesan truffle pomme frittes which had been reviewed on here as so special, were just shoestring fries. You could not taste any cheese or truffles or truffle oil. very disappointing. The crab cakes were just ok. Not hot, a little mushy.
Server was friendly but nothing special.
Overall I cannot recommend. there are so many great choices in Las Vegas, this one falls a bit short.
My husband and I celebrated our 42nd anniversary on August 9th in this restaurant, which was recommended by my son. Our Waiter, Chris, started us by offering the most suitable tasting wine. My husband ordered 10 oz filet Mignon & fries, I ordered Trout and baked potato & we shared salad. The presentation of our food and the tasting was excellent. Finally, Chris complimented and congratulated us our anniversary by complimenting & finalizing it with chocolate muse cake and vanilla ice cream. This was the best experience we had and possibly we'll go there next year to celebrate our special days. We thank Chris, the restaurant manager for an exceptional experience. Ann & Henry Voskanians
Been here a few times and it does not disappoint. The truffle fries to the entrees are worth the effort to get off the strip and go eat here. Our cuts were perfect and the flavor was fantastic. Everyone in our 10 top group was extremely satisfied with their meals.
Service was impeccable, but wife's filet turned out over done and inedible. We loved the service so much that we felt bad for our guy to send the steak back. Truffle fries are a meal by themselves and so greasy goodness. Would go back for the service alone but may hesitate when thinking about the filet.
We celebrated our 25th anniversary in Las Vegs, and dined at Envy the Steakhouse. It was excellent. The French onion soup was one of the best ever (not salty, full of flavor). The Caesar salad was great. I had the Chilean Sea bass. It was thick, flaky and cooked to perfection. My wife has the crab cake appetizer. It was too spicy for her, but our waiter Joshua was fantastic and had it re-done without the spice. She loved it. For dessert, we shared the chocolate torte and ice cream, again, one of the best we ever tasted. The chefs were magnificent, our gratitude to Chef Carlos and Chef Eric. A very well-run restaurant with an attentive manager. Best is the food!
Dining experience was extremely disappointing, came here with a Groupon, was not aware I had to order off a special menu. Ordering of the special menu wasn't really the issue, it was what was on the special menu that was the issue. To be fair the mashed potatoes were the highlight of the evening, they were quite good.
We had a great evening. Dinner was delicious, but the special attention from Carlos Marroquin, Chef made it a very memorable evening. Steaks are always great, and the sides made the meal almost too much to finish, but somehow when we saw the chocolate desert we found a little more room. The chocolate desert was amazing!
Thanks to Carlos, Matt, and Joshua for a great dinner, one we will remember a long time.
I've been to Envy several times when in Vegas, and I much prefer it to most of the Strip high-end steakhouses. It has a nice ambiance, to be sure, but the food is terrific and prepared perfectly. It's pricey, but a bargain compared to the competition a couple of miles away!
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