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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 - 11:00 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
The atmosphere was loud and not very private. We sat what felt like a foot away from the table next to us and it was not an intimate dining experience as we had hoped. The food was good, however my steak was over cooked the first time. The server was very gracious and quick at getting me a new steak and it was done properly the 2nd time. I expected a lot more overall but the food was good.
This was our second time eating here. The first time was on Christmas. We could not wait to come back. On Valentine’s Day we were extremely disappointed. It was very rushed, not relaxing at all. Our steaks were well done. We ordered both medium. I don’t ever write these complaints, but I feel like with all the competition out there, you have to keep it consistent.
Always have a steak dinner in Vegas and have never been disappointed...until now. Service was extremely slow, being seated a decent amount after our reservation time (when there were many tables empty and ready to go). Then the food took an exceptional amount of time to get to the table - at this point we were starving to much that we just ate the overcooked (ordered medium rare as suggested) aged new york strips we all ordered as we didn't feel like waiting another 45 minutes.
Just not worth it with so many other options on the strip.
This was our 2nd visit to this restaurant. Last time we visited was in 2014 and food, service, ambience was 5 star. This time tough, we were let down by the experience. Food wasn't as impressive. I ordered salmon, it was not so flavorful and the dressing with it was not enough to give it flavor. We ordered a side of mashed potatoes, which was too salty. Also service was not up to mark to justify a $700 check. Our wine and water glasses were not filled on time. We had to ask for water and self service wine almost every single time we needed a refill. Not a great experience to go back again.
Very poor experience. We were seated over 45 minutes late and at a terrible seat near the waiters station. We ordered drinks that took over 40 minutes to get. We had to ask 3 times for them.
Our appetizers came and they were ok but they forgot one and again we were now there for well over and hour and a half asked for a 2nd drink and still could not even get our waiters attention. We called the manager over and finally he got us a round.
We ordered the two most expensive steaks they had for 3 people and at the 2.5 hour mark we were now again waiting for a drink had no food on the table a missing appetizer and had to ask about the steaks. They said it was on the way. 20 minutes later no steak. At that point I asked for the manager again. Said we’d pay for what we ate and drank but we wasted our night here didn’t get our steaks, barely got drinks and the service was awful. I’ve been to most of the top restaurants in Vegas, I’ll never go here or recommend it to anyone.
The waiters were very pleasant. I sat in the back and did not feel uncomfortable at all. The wine was horribly over priced. The music was loud and the food was not all that great. My 8 oz steak looked more like 5 or 6. It was dry and wasn't that great. The potato was boring. It was big but that was all. The bread was fair. I ordered no desert because I just wanted out of there. If you do not care about flavor of your food and have money to waste, this is your place. I recommend going elsewhere.
Wonderful food, atmosphere, and service. The grass fed filet was an absolute delight and cooked to perfection. TheTrumpet mushrooms and asparagus were seasoned to perfection and perfectly al dents. Truffle mash was extremely creamy and wonderfully flavorful. All sides were more than ample and would have been sizable enough to split. This will be our Vegas steakhouse every time we come to the strip. Aria is the place for food!
Been dining in Las Vegas on business trips for over 30 years so I'm pretty familiar with what to expect. I found the waiter at Jean Georges to be a bit pretentious, the food was only fair, and the prices actually made my guests feel afraid to order what they normally would. Definitely my first and last time to that restaurant.
I went for the A5 Kobe but was disappointed by the service. Probably the reason for the mediocre review. The kobe melted in our mouth though very fatty, I guess it’s supposed to be. Our main waiter was conceited and dismissive and though we had 2 waiters we still had to wait too long to order a drink or ask a question. Wouldn’t go back.
Great looking restaurant with good food and attentive service. Unfortunately, the aggressive upselling by our waitress turned off our large group. She regularly under-characterized portion sizes for starters and sides, and made a very hard push towards the most expensive items on the menu. After being thoroughly gouged, we will not be returning. It's a shame given many other positive aspects about this restaurant.
I was really looking forward to trying this steakhouse. I originally had reservations at Prime in Bellagio, which I know is great, but while strolling through Aria saw Jean Georges and figured I'd try it. Mistake!
Firstly, let me say the service was excellent. No complaints there. We ordered the Wagyu Tomahawk, which was supposed to feed 3. It was about a $240 steak. When they brought it to the table and cut it tableside, there were literally 3 slices of edible steak and the rest was pure fat (not marbled meat). We called the manager over, who was very nice and he agreed and ordered us two more steaks of our choice. We ordered a filet and a strip. These came out and they were tasteless. They were not rested and apparently cooked cold.
Again, we called the manager over and explained the situation and again, he was nice and poured us a complementary scotch.
Bottom line, the meal was sub par and all we wanted was a great steak. I think that they should have comped the whole meal under the circumstances. In the very least they should have removed the $240 steak from the bill.
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