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About Charlie Palmer Steak Las Vegas
What do you do in a town where too much is not enough? If you're Charlie Palmer, you create a steakhouse where big just isn't big enough. Voted "best steakhouse in Las Vegas" by the Las Vegas Review Journal just four months after opening, Charlie Palmer Steak provides a clubhouse atmosphere of quiet luxury—favored by sophisticated diners who want to step away from the bustle of the hustle.
The wine list, specializing in Napa Valley Cabernet and exciting new Pinot Noir producers from up and down the West Coast, also offers a wide range of old world wines.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday-Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Lounge: Monday-Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
$50 and over
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Charlie Palmer catering can provide food and beverages for any occasion and party size. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
Complimentary valet parking is available to all guests at the front entrance of the Four Seasons hotel.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Join us each night and discover our "Cut of the Week" prix fixe three course menu, with a hand-selected cut of beef and bottomless wine pairings.
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Charlie Palmer Steak can accommodate full buyouts (270 guests), Main Dining Room buyouts (150 guests), Main Dining Room South exclusives (90 guests), Lounge Private Dining Rooms (20/30 or 50 guests) and a Private Dining Room (25 guests). Call or email for food & beverage minimums and availability.
Charlie Palmer Steak Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Very disappointing Service was average at best. Food was good but not what you might expect based on Pricing Location of table was extremely poor by the kitchen on a reservation made three weeks in advance and guest staying at Four Seasons. Apology from Charlie Palmer was Luke warm No personality by the service team. Was expecting more. A lot more Not a memorable dining experience
It's a steak house yet it couldn't cook my steak properly. They even list their definitions of cooking degree (e.g. Medium Rare = Red Center Warm) yet fail to deliver against that and overcook the meat. This is a total fail for anywhere, but especially for a steak house. Vegetables were also grossly overcooked. Even if you overlook that, the taste of the filet I had was just ordinary, not remarkable like I've had from others.
To their credit, they handled the situation well with no hesitation and had another steak cooked for me. Unfortunately, while it was less overcooked than the first one, it was still delivered Medium instead of Medium-Rare.
We had a very nice evening and enjoyed the atmosphere. Food was great but felt like the service was a little slow. Our server spilled the wine a few times which was awkward. Not a big deal but something to discuss with her.
We will come back and enjoy another dinner with you.
We had really high expectations for this restaurant. It was a little confusing to arrive considering the restaurant is in the hotel Four Seasons but its inside the Mandalay. Its a very big hotel and we got lost, this unfortunately made us late for our reservation.
First of all, when a host greets you at the entrance by saying I was just going to put you as a no show and the kitchen is closing, one is baffled by this. Mind you, its a Saturday night, 9:45 pm, at the Four Seasons Las Vegas, I don't know of any restaurant that closes this early in town. We were ready to leave and he told us that they can serve us but we had to order quickly.
This is not a fast food restaurant where you are in and out and the cook has to clock out. This is a high priced, minimum $150 pp, which means I would like to enjoy my dinner, the service, ambiance and drinks. This was not the case. The best dish, by far, was the tuna tartar in ponzu sauce. It was delicious as was also the lobster fried rice. The rest of the dinner was average and they forgot to bring us one of the dishes we ordered. The whole time spent at Charlie Palmer was 40 minutes. Everyone seemed in a hurry to get us out the door. Now I understand why the restaurant had only a few tables with patrons.
Finally, it is such a shame that a restaurant with such a good reputation, in an exceptional hotel, ended up being such a poor experience. There are many incredible dining options in Las Vegas and this is not one of them.
We attend New Years Eve prefix menu with pairing of wine. Very disappointed. This was no a true wine pairing at all we got a choice of Chablis or Pinto Noir and neither we very good at all.
My issue with the evening is that we paid a high price of $150 each and then 20% tip. As another guest said it perfectly it it was and assembly line. I was so locking forward to a special New Years Eve dinner and it was far from special.
Did the limited menu 3 course New Year Eve event. Sort of disappointed. The steak was just okay, but the main issue with the evening is that we paid a high price ($333 for the two of us, plus an 18% tip) and essentially got treated like guests at a wedding due to the assembly line style operating plan the restaurant had in place for the evening. When we arrived everything happened in an whirlwind and we were eating entrees quickly, but then everything stopped and we spent half our time at the venue waiting for someone to do the dessert course and ring us out afterward. Felt really cookie cutter and the food reflected the assembly line approach.
I have been to this restaurant many times and I would usually rate it highly. This past dinner, on NYE, was literally the worst meal I have had in Las Vegas. They had two seatings and were clearly unable to keep up with the demand. My steak was sitting next to my table for at least two minutes and was served at room temperature (at best). The sides we bland and not even at room temp when we ate them.
Filet mignon was ok, they had a fixed menu and one could not order other than the fix menu for New Years eve dinner. Bottomless wine i had to request and chase service every time my party needed something for the table. The service was not a four or five star. The service was a 3 star service. I really expected high standards being a Four Seasons. I did not even tip 10%. Im really unhappy with taste of food and the quality of service. Will not recommend or come again. Make Four Seasons hotel look really bad, very sad I expected to impress my family and failed.
On a pre fix New Year’s Eve menu
Service was extremely slow- had to run Down 3 people over the dinner to get service
We had concert tickets for a show. - late getting there
They did not seem to be understand however very dis organized
My anniversary - my wife very disappointed
My waiter only been to my table 3 times in the whole evening, we order The Cut of The week which comes with wine pairing but he didn't set up wine glasses for us, so nobody pour wine for us until I've to ask a Busperson to get us wine glasses, my wife's steak come was little over cook but our waiter didn't come check with us therefore she had to eat a over cook steak.
Wonderful table offering privacy for our large party.
Wait staff were cold and service perfunctory at best. Service no where near what is expected at a steak house. Had to request Special cut of week fixed price menu. Ordered a Shirley Temple and received cherry coke. When requested the correct drink, wait staff argued with us and said cherry coke is a Shirley Temple. Have ordered Shirley Temples numerous times and that’s a first!!! Bad service continued throughout meal and ended when desserts were brought to table at different times.
I come here often because I trust I will always have a good experience. Service is prompt, attentative, but not disruptive. The food is always good and well presented. The Cut of the Week menu is a great option that allows you to enjoy a first class meal, great wine pairings, in a first class atmosphere, with first class service, for a very reasonable price.
This is the second time we've been at Charlie Palmer steak Las Vegas given the vast choice of restaurants available in Vegas. Took the 'cut of the week' deal which was absolutely fantastic value. We'd seen it online on their official website though it wasn't mentioned in the menus we were given so we had to ask about it to be told it was a separate menu which we were then given - this was the only very slight criticism I had of my visit as had we not seen it online we wouldn't have been aware of it.
That aside the meal was excellent as were the bottomless wine pairings which were included and were of decent quality not just a bottle they were looking to finish. Steak was cooked to perfection and there was a sufficiency of food served also. A nice touch was the additional dessert cake with happy birthday inscribed in chocolate on the plate as we were out for my wife's birthday. Service was excellent as well.
A great meal and I would highly recommend Charlie Palmervsteak Las Vegas.
Thirteen of us were seated on our own, not among other diners. This worked out just fine for us. Our entire table ordered off the Cut of the Week menu. Everything was great. I’m not a foodie—I’m more into people. It was easy and flawlessly executed. We all were able to make it to our show reservation at the Mandalay Bay without issue
Sadly I was hoping for better for the price. Maybe because it was a Tuesday the service and food was not worth the 400 + bill (only 3 cocktails no wine in this price) Asked for medium rare steaks and both of us got medium well. The sides were plain and the only thing we like was oysters and lobster bisque. Will stick with hugos or golden steer.
Really enjoyed this meal! We both had the “cut of the week” which is a weekday pre fix special menu which included salad, entree, 2 sides, dessert, AND bottomless wine. The food was prepared perfectly-especially the filet-& the wine was very good. The sommelier described (& kept topping off!) the Pinot Grigio & the Merlot that they were pouring on this evening. Overall very lovely ambience and super relaxing. Great service without feeling rushed! And just a quick stumble back up to our room at Mandalay Bay. Can’t ask for much more! Highly recommend!
We have been to several Charlies restaurants in California, New York and now Nevada. All are great restaurants. My favorite is still "Aureole" on 42nd in New York, at New Years There is no better place to be - You can watch the ball drop just outside the door. My dogs favorite is "Dry Creek" in Healdsburg where he broke away and ran straight to their kitchen --- He knows a good steak when he smells it.
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