Lawry's The Prime Rib - Las Vegas
We serve the finest aged beef available, slowly roasted to perfection and carved table-side from our famous silver carts.
While roasted prime ribs of beef continue to be the centerpiece of our menu since 1938, rib-eye steaks, fresh fish, and lobster, are core offerings. You'll know the moment you arrive nothing like Lawry's The Prime Rib has been seen before in Las Vegas. The restaurant's dramatic Art Deco design, rich woods and vibrant color welcome you into a setting that has an extraordinary feeling of warmth and elegance. Here you'll find award winning food, exceptional service and unmistakable style that has made Lawry's a dining legend. Further information regarding location, dress code and menu pricing is available at LawrysOnline.com or 702-893-2223.
General Manager Ed Lepere, Executive Chef David Simmons, and all the Lawry's co-workers look forward to you dining with us.
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Arrived early for a reservation at 6:30pm but was seated immediately. The restaurant is beautifully decorated. The website provides you with a virtual tour that is an exact replication on the restaurant.
The dining room was clean but not well lit for my vision.
My server introduced himself as Mathias and was polite and professional. I ordered the "Lawry" Cut Prime Rib. This is touted as their most popular cut. The Chef wheeled a cart to my table with the prime rib and carved my rib in front of me. As sides I had the buttery mashed potatoes with gravy and the creamed spinach. Those sides were also on the cart so when he presented me with my prime rib, both sides were also on the plate.
I enjoyed the mashed potatoes; I found the creamed spinach to be unremarkable. The cut of prime rib was a bit fatty for my liking. Okay, the Chef cut the rib in front of me so I guess I should have been more attentive when the Chef presented me with my plate and rejected the fatty cut. But this is Lawry’s Prime Rib…I would think the Chef would not serve a fatty cut of prime rib. I ate as much as I could. It was not bad, just fatty and it was nowhere near legendary.
I read the history of Lawry’s Prime Rib and many of the reviews, so I had high expectations. I have had much better prime rib on several occasions at Lewnes Steak House in Annapolis Maryland. Perhaps there is something to the adage “there is no place like home”.
Perhaps this was a bad day (Monday 03-16-29), with the current events. Things were about to close down in Vegas due to the convid-19. I will try Lawry’s again on my next trip to Vegas, but this dining experience was rather disappointing.
Great Prime Rib. Will definitely go again. I ordered the Lawry's cut and my wife had the English cut. Both were cooked to perfection. Service was also great.
Great Las Vegas staple. The lobster bisque is amazing. We also tried the braised kale and the sweet potato/carrot purée and both paired well with our prime rib.
As always at Lawry's the food is excellent. I also comment to all my guests to look at the plate as it's being presented after the carving cart is finished. There is no better presentation of food on a plate than at Lawry's. Also, whatever Lawry's you go to it is absolutely consistent.
Love Lawrys, the food all the help
Nothing bad ever to say !
Annual guys trip to Vegas
I enjoy every time I am in Vegas. The hubby isnt a huge Prime Rib fan so Its nice that this location has steak.
Timing of food to table was very inconsistent. By the time all entrees were served to all guests food was not at a good temperature to eat (cold).
Lawry's never disappoints! The food is exactly what it has been forever, and the consistent service and quality is what makes it a safe bet for business entertaining.
Keep it up, and never change! Shout-out to Sally!