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About Old Homestead - Caesars Palace Las Vegas
A bit of East Coast steakhouse tradition is reinvented at Caesars Palace with the Las Vegas outpost of New York City landmark Old Homestead. Brothers Marc and Greg Sherry, whose family has been associated with the original Old Homestead (est. 1868) for decades, let Vegas get a taste of its fine cuts and legendary history.
Complemented by sultry décor, dark woods and burgundy leather booths, Old Homestead's urban dining room and bar feels like a familiar favorite. (The glass wine cellar holding 15,000 bottles doesn't hurt, either.)
Many beloved American favorites are featured here, such as applewood smoked bacon, calamari, Kobe meatballs, warm doughnut bread pudding and New York-style classic cheesecake. Ranging from the New York Strip to Porterhouse for Two, its standout are the famous cuts of meat, selected and butchered with attention to detail that made the original so famous.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Steak, Contemporary American, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:30pm - 10:00pm; Friday - Saturday: 4:30pm - 10:30pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Old Homestead - Caesars Palace Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
If I could give ten stars I would! RUN don’t walk, to Old Homestead. Gorgeous ambiance, wonderful staff, and every single item we ordered was beyond perfect.
The steak toppings (truffle butter and béarnaise sauce)- are tempting, and we ordered several- however, they’re not needed AT ALL! Enough flavor in the food on its own. The best variety bread basket of any steakhouse, stunningly flavorful asparagus, the most indulgent Mac and cheese. I could go on and on! The perfect Valentine’s Dinner Date, And well worth the “splurge” in spending!
Aside from the staff being efficient and friendly, I would not go back to this restaurant. Everything was grossly overpriced and clearly not worth the price at any level. Portions were abundant but Rib eye was dry, tasteless and tough for a prime steak. Had the scampi on top and they served 3 tiger prawns for a grand presentation but you have to eat it. Shrimp were a bit tough and very little taste. They charged $50 for a 9 oz glass of Jordan Cab which was absurd.
Caesar's Palace only advertises the restaurants they own in the Casino on their website but there are far better options in the Ceasar's Fourm where restaurants rent space including Joe's (which was awesome) and Palms.
Place was very nice I have been to there Atlantic City location as well and this was wasn't as good but just by a touch. The side dishes were great the apps were great the drinks were great but the steaks were ok. They weren't bad steaks they were ok steaks.. I was expecting a little better of a steak from here. But over all it was still good
Went here for my birthday and it was perfect. The ambiance was upscale but not fussy. The service was impeccable. They were very welcoming and attended to our every need, even making a cocktail that we had seen somewhere online, even though it wasn't on their menu. The Seafood tower was fantastic, our steak was delectable and the chocolate cake was so moist and delicious.
Came here on a recent recommendation from a friend. We did make a reservation which was a good idea if you don't want a lengthy wait. We started with bourbon old fashioneds--excellent. Husband had the kitchen sink salad and burger with fries--both wonderful. I had the filet mignon and sautéed spinach. Both very good. I ordered the filet rare and it was a bit over cooked--not cool in the center like it should be but the quality of the beef was excellent. Service is efficient but not really friendly. If you want a good table you should specify that or say you're there for an occasion. Despite our reservation our table location was less than desirable and that adversely affected our overall experience. We did ask to be re-seated but was told by the hostess she could do that but it would be an hour wait for another table. She's the one who noted that our reservation did not say anything about a special occasion. Lesson learned. It's pricey but worth it.
Our favorite steak house in all of Las Vegas and we have been to many service without question is so attentive and professional if you go the second time they remember you food exceptional wine list fabulous hostesses friendly and management this is how a restaurant makes the difference
This was my first time at this Steak House. The service and food were excellent. I ordered Filet mineon Oscar Style. It was the most tender Filet I ever had at any steak house. My server was great. I finished my plate (I left a small portion of potatoes came with the meal). I was really happy with my choice. I will go back to this place next time I am in Vegas.
Another excellent meal at the Old Homestead. We're always so pleased dining here. We make it a point to hit the Old Homestead whenever we visit Vegas. The attention to detail is always top notch, from the greetings to the food and service. Never have been disappointed and always look forward to a return trip.
Reservation was for an early dinner (5:30pm). Was seated right away. Dining room was about 1/3 full. Was greeted by the waiter immediately who did a nice job of having the wine list with him and offering up some house specialty drink recommendations (always a good touch). Water glasses were kept full and food was delivered quickly but not rushed (probably due to the time of our reservation).
Bread bowl with an assortment of different breads along with a generous portion of butter was delivered at the same time as our drinks. For our starter, we ordered one crab cake. which the waiter said would be enough and was perfect for 3 of us. It is large and very tasty. 2 ordered the filet that were cooked perfectly and then the other was salmon which was also cooked perfectly. The sides were grilled asparagus and gnocchie. Nothing to write home about on either side but there was nothing to criticize either. Both were as expected.
Desert was coffee, Irish coffee, and sorbet. Pass on the Irish coffee. Not worth the $16. But the sorbet was great and served all 3 of us.
Overall, it was a very agreeable steakhouse. Service was good to great. Food was good to great. Prices are Vegas Strip prices so not unexpected but not cheap. The only concern I had was that they are a little confused about their identity. They have a cheezy fake cow and weird distressed barnwood at the entrance that leads you to believe you're headed to a middle of the road steakhouse (think Texas Roadhouse) but then you get seated it is waiters in ties, linen tablecloths, crystal and polished silver. Again, the service and food more than made up for the cheesy decor, and after-all, isn't the service and the food what we are there for?
The food was good. I’ve had better steak at Prime at bellagio & Morton’s. The steak was good, but my date ordered medium well and I’d say it was on the rare side of medium rare. Our pretzel bread had a hair baked into it.
Was very good. Just not the best steak I’ve ever had.
Although I had been to Old Homestead before the Flavor and quality of my steak was lacking.
Ended up sending it back to be cooked more hoping that would change. It didnt .
They were extremely busy and although the wait staff was trying to keep up I did not have time to wait for another .
I do not feel that what I received was up to what I paid.
I’ve read mixed reviews about the restaurant and I was cautious about dining here from some of the recent negative feedback. I couldn’t be happier that we stuck with our reservations.
We are foodies and from Houston, so a good steak is easy to find from our neck of the woods. We’ve had every top 10 Steakhouse in Vegas and this ranks up there with all of them. Sure you don’t have the ambiance of the fountains or crazy wine pairing menu... this is an all around darn good place to dine.
For the menu we asked the waiter for a hot/cold combo appetizer. The crab cake is by far one of the best we’ve ever had. We split the surf and turf, lobster was cooked perfectly, the steak even better. We expected an overly earthy taste to the dry aging process vs wet aging, not a hint of flavor loss. The cream spinach wasn’t the best I’ve had but fit the meal, not over salted, not too much bacon, just good. The only negative was the shrimp on the appetizer were overdone, which we notified the manager when he stopped by and swiftly took care of the situation. No hassle, just a sincere apology and thanked us for informing him.
If you want a good dining experience and not spend too much, this is a great place to go. Steaks are moderately price from sub $60 to $200 (waygu). We weren’t overly gluttonous but easily could be in this place. I’d recommend the filet, but some of the larger steaks looked incredible as they were rushed past our table.
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