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About Jean Georges Steakhouse - Aria
Prime Beef and Seafood in a contemporary, urban setting. The boldly modern space is sectioned into a high-octane lounge, elevated dining areas for a maximum see-and-be-seen excitement and two private dining rooms.
Award-winning chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten challenges the definition of the traditional American steakhouse by adding a strong dose of energy and world-class appeal to an all-American institution. At Jean Georges Steakhouse, classic and simple cooking methods, such as grilling, braising and sous vide, draw out the essence of the world's best meats, while the fragrant nuances of globally inspired spices combine into Vongerichten's signature flair.
" Each dish on my menu must be a perfect combination of well-loved flavors, backed by new, unexpected ones that guests will come to crave." - Chef Jean Georges Vongerichten
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Steak, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Daily: 5:00 pm - 10:30 pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet & Self-Parking Available
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Jean Georges Steakhouse - Aria Ratings and Reviews
Restaurant is overpriced. Food quality was just okay, steaks were dry. Service is incredibly slow and inattentive. After taking our order, our waiter never returned to the table. And we waited over an hour for our food to arrive. Expected a much better experience.
This restaurant should be viewed as Destination Dining, Dinner and Show. It is wildly expensive. The noise level detracted from the rest of the experience, meaning the music was too loud. The wait team was attentive but had to be asked 3 times for a couple of things, they were just spread too thin. I thought it was also a detraction that a photographer was roaming and trying to shake you down for another $100. I know that is Vegas old school but when you are spending $500 for dinner for two it is unwelcome. The food was creatively presented and delicious. The wine list is extensive.
It was a Good experience and the staff was nice enough. I just expected a little more. The steak was a bit salty as was the asparagus and sea bass. My sons steak had to be remade and my sons burger was ok. Maybe we are spoiled as we ate at Herringbone the week before and it was dynamite.
We had high expectations for this place but were sadly disappointed. The evening started out well - the restaurant was gorgeous and the servers seemed very friendly and professional. We ordered cocktails (which were excellent) and opted for the tasting menu to try multiple items. The caviar course was a perfect treat of caviar and toast. The foie gras course was also very good. The beet salad however was terrible - bitter frisee, mushy beats, vinegar, and chunks of salt - there was nothing creamy such as goat cheese to cut the vinegar and salt. The salmon course was good, although a bit small and nothing special. Then came the steak course, which was requested as medium rare to make sure the meat was moist. The steak came out a burnt crisp covered in salt. The sides (sweet potato and cabbage?) were sour and tasted terrible. We tried cutting off what pink parts of the meat we could find, but most of the steak was so overcooked it was inedible. The server saw we did not enjoy our steaks and offered to bring new ones, but we declined. And then the service changed tone. We wanted to add coffee with our dessert but were not given the opportunity. The server brought out the bill and said that they would make up the poor quality steak the next time we visited. Right! With hundreds of high quality steakhouses in Vegas there is no way we were return to one that so badly missed the mark on getting steak right. Also, most high end restaurants will offer an amuse bouche, intermezzo, and/or parting treats with their tasting menus. JG offered absolutely nothing extra, and the meal was way overpriced for the quality.
This was the second year we had our anniversary dinner at this restaurant and we were not disappointed. The food was great and the service was top notch. The same server who served us last year was the same one that helped us this year(and she remembered us). That's great service.
My wife and I enjoyed dinner at Jean Georges, Las Vegas as we were in town for three days and nights of fun! The restaurant did not disappoint. Server Rachel and assistant Ramone were very attentive and seemed genuinely pleased that we were their "clients" for dinner that evening. The food was very good - steaks, grilled asparagus, and delicious hot bread loaf! I would say that the price of the meal was a little startling but it was also very good. I'm not sure we will return because of the price as we have had equally good steaks for less at other Vegas steakhouses.
We celebrated our 10 year anniversary here. Service was very prompt & good, just lacked personalization. Food was pressed well, great selection; however, was disappointed with the overall taste. Both of our steaks were very dry (ordered medium rare+). Brussel sprouts were undercooked & lacked flavor & we had a run of the mill baked potato. I enjoyed my Russian River Valley Pinot Noir, at $28 glass, I opted to just the one glass. The restaurant was beautiful, very noisy, not exactly the romantic setting we were hoping for. Overall disappointed.
One of the very worst dining experiences I've ever had--the service was beyond terrible: after waiting nearly an hour, they forgot our salads, and then served the wrong meal to us. When the right food finally came, my steak was not done properly and my companions were nearly finished their meals before mine was served. They kept apologizing but kept screwing up. The manager told us they would comp our desserts and then forgot to bring them. This was so far below Jean-Georges standards it is not to be believed. We were beyond disappointed. All of us are sophisticated diners--from New York and LA. This experience would have been comical if it hadn't been so awful. F minus.
We arrived 18 minutes late for our reservation for 2 due to traffic. (Totally our fault.) A hostess told us that our reservation was canceled after 15 minutes late and told us that we could eat in the bar. I asked how it could be possible for our table to have been given away in the 3 minutes which expired since our reservation was canceled and our arrival. I said I would prefer to leave than eat at a high top in the bar. We were then told to wait at the bar.
After about 2 minutes, another hostess came to show us to “our” table. We walked past numerous empty tables and were led to a horrible table - next to an exit door and a busboy station piled high with dirty dishes. I asked to be seated at one of the many open tables and the hostess agreed.
The food was massively overpriced and generally not good. I had an $82 bone-in, dry-aged NY Strip that was fatty, chewy, and not particularly flavorful. The 4 steak sauces which accompanied the steak compared unfavorably with a bottle of A1. My wife also had a NY Strip for $62 which she said was ten times the price and half as good as a steak she could have purchased from a supermarket.
The wine list was also grossly overpriced and the appetizers mediocre. We passed on dessert to escape from a terrible experience. I could have gone to Shake Shack for a better meal and saved $400. As a customer, I find it galling that restaurants seem to think it is okay to treat people poorly, overcharge them, and ruin their dining experience.
I would avoid this restaurant at all costs.
By far my worst dining experience while I was in Las Vegas (and I ate a wide variety of food including McDonalds, Dennys, l,atelier and Guy Savoy). The only good thing about my experience was the kind faced friendly gentleman who brought the sauces for the steak. The rest was an absolutely terrible experience. The server for our table offered us the wine and spirits menu (which we said no thank you to), then proceeded to never ask us again if we wanted anything else to drink except the glass of water we received. When it was time to order, she took one persons order then proceeded to take the menus and walk away without taking my order (by this point I had given up on the experience and decided not to order anything and just hope that my husbands food would be good as it was apparent the service was going to be terrible). The server came and filled my water once and then proceeded to slam the glass on the table, I said thank you and attempted to make eye contact and she just stomped away. At this point, we were hoping my husbands $87 steak would be amazing and live up to the hype of this place. Unfortunately it didn't. He ordered a 12 oz medium rare. The steak came rare and cold (it was sliced so no excuse for screwing this up and thinking it could have been medium rare). The steak was also chewy. The asparagus was good, but part way through finishing it, our server came by and said excuse me as she grabbed our cutlery and our plate of food and walked away with it before we were done. The fois gras appetizer was pretty good, but the beet salad was terrible (overly saucy and not a great flavour). Ultimately this place felt like it was a bar that happened to serve steak and we were really hoping for an amazing steak. Skip this place and try somewhere else like Gallaghers in New York New York where you will get much better service and food.
Service was disappointing considering the price of food. We arrived on time for our 8pm reservation and still had to wait 20 minutes to be seated. Once seated it took a long time for our waiter to come and take our order and food service was slow. Steaks were good, and we enjoyed our truffle mash potatoes. But overall, wouldn't come back. It was very loud, it was hard to hear other people on the table speak. Also it was quite hectic, waiters rushing around everywhere - it was clear they were working at capacity but we expected better services for the prices we were paying.
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