Open 24 hours. Located in downtown Las Vegas.
Menus | Hours:
-All Day 11AM- 11PM (All Day \ Breakfast available 24 hours a day)
-Chef Selections 11AM-11PM
After 4pm Kids 8 years old and up Only. 6am-5pm Kids of all ages.
Food and service were inconsistent. The lentil soup I had was excellent. The chicken Parmesan was not edible. The server attended to some members of our party fairly well at times, but at other times we had to track her down. She also seemed d impatient at times, as if we weren’t speaking quickly enough or we had too many questions. The room also is close enough to the casino that if you are sensitiv3 to smoke, as I am, it will be a problem.
The venue was excellent, the food was excellent. We were all very pleased with our dishes and service. We will definitely come back to seigals on our next trip to Las Vegas.
Service and food were very good. The restaurant is located inside the El Cortez Casino/Hotel, on Freemont St.. We were very pleased with the restaurant overall. Inside the casino area, you can smell cigarette smoke, but we did not notice any of it inside the restaurant.
Simple no frills, good food, moderate price. Blast from the past old Vegas.
Deenis was an amazing server she took great care of us. The food there was amazing and filling, the layer cake wine went great. Very friendly staff and inexpensive fine dining.
Spiegel’s 1941 was great. We entered from the south entrance of the El Cortez Hotel and were greeted by a 1931 Lincoln Zephyr that took you back to old school Vegas. Look up and a few steps and you’ve arrived. Open area dining room. The walls decorated with Memerabikia and an iconic photo of “Bugsy” The menu diverse mix of offerings. I thought the food exceptional and our server pleasant and attentive. Liked it all. I recommend this place.
Our dinner on a Friday night was great. The Friday Special Rainbow Bow Trout was outstanding, even though we really came for the Walleye. Service was very good and just started getting busy at 7:30.
I really loved the prime rib. It was tender. When we got there it was quite which was nice. I would go back for the prime rib. Overall I liked it.
Great value, awesome prime prime rib, rib eye, onion rings, salad soup and cheese cake (better than carbone!). Excellent service. Will come again!
We ordered dinner, and a house red wine, the wine was horrible, we sent it back with out reordering. After waiting about 25 minutes and lestining waitress laughing and giggling while they wrapped silverware in napkins our food arrived. My wife's fillet was cook properly but the baked potato and vegetables were cold, no bread was served. My chicken chow main noodles were stuck together and lukewarm. A horrible anniversary meal, Jackie Gaughn would roll over in his grave at this.
Over all great food and service. Music afterwards was outstanding.
Great atmosphere and food. Service was spotty but our server had more tables than she could reasonably handle. The service was good when we had it. Drinks were very slow to be refilled and empty appetizer plates weren't cleared until the entrees arrived. Entrees came out in two rounds about 10 minutes apart. And I don't mind the gratuity being automatically added when it is warranted. The tip should reflect the quantity and quality of service and we had no say in either part. Not the level of service we had on our last visit last December so may think twice before another visit.
We selected Siegel's 1941 with the expectation of a 1940's steakhouse ambience. While the decor was disappointing, the strip steak was cooked as requested and the sides both delicious and the portions large.
Siegel's 1941 is a great restaurant and a definite go to stop when on Fremont Street. Great old school Vegas feel with a great menu at a reasonable price - especially for Vegas. $10.95 Prime Rib Special is a steal!
We went because we heard about the Prime Rib special and it was well worth the drive! Very good prime rib, moist and had a great flavor. Would definitely return.
We are locals and eat at Siegel's 1941 frequently. The walleye is exceptional and their Prime Rib special @ $10.95 can't be beat. Siegel's has become out "go to" restaurant for casual dining when we have out of town visitors.
The food was great and the staff were exceptional.
Nice setting, good ambiance. Great food. Good value. Wonderful waitress. Will return.😃
Food was very good and service very good. We will go back for sure.
Food was good. Good price - especially if you ask for the Prime Rib Special which is not listed on the menu - other items reasonable. Items needed to be a little higher temperature (stove hot), but okay. Girls had Salmon & said it was good. Selected a $26 bottle 'Stonecap?' Chardonnay, which was okay but not memorable.
Wonderful large booth. Very Nostalgic Room! The service was very nicely handled and everyone had s delicious meal . The Stone Crab was Exceptional! Highly recommend to Locals and Visitors!
Incredible prime rib and fantastic service! I will certainly return! Steps from Fremont Street and Container Park!
I love the ElCortez--for all it has to offer-no matter what
Great value on Wednesday for 50 plus
I was disappointed, it was basically a glorified casino coffee shop with cloth napkins. Food was standard coffee shop fair.
We had a reservation and there were empty tables but waited at least 10 minutes.
Also we had to ask for bread even tho we all ordered full meals.
Our server was very rude came by only once didn't even see we need more drinks but the couple that was next too us she even wiped their mouths for them very bad service won't be going back and I go to Las Vegas 4 times a year
I have no idea how the restaurant or the food is because when we got there it was after 11 p.m. and they stop serving their regular dinner meals even though they're open 24 hours a day. We wanted to go there for steak and all they had were hamburgers and sandwiches. So we just got up and left. I will probably try it again. However with a place with a name like seagulls attached to it I expected a little more high-class look and dining and all it really look like was a typical middle class restaurant. And I expected it to be a little nicer in the El Cortez being such a historic location.
‘Went for the Vintage Vegas atmosphere :didn’t disappoint! reviewed previous reviews and asked for the $11 prime rib thanks!! Service good
Our 2nd time there. This time for Valentine's dinner. Great prime rib deal. My wife had it again. I had fish special this time, delicious. Service was very good, as the first time. Nice quiet seating. We shall return!
Thankfully, we had a reservation because the wait was long. The front desk people were nice, but our server left a lot to be desired. She was absent most of the meal, and unfriendly if we needed anything. My boyfriend ordered a beer and was told he couldn't have it. We asked another server and she brought it. The food was average at best. Steaks way overcooked, and other food was just bland. It's reasonably priced fir Vegas, but you get what you pay for I guess. I picked this for a birthday dinner & I felt bad others had to pay for their meal.
Steak was not great. So much talk about how great it was. It wasnt. Steak was over cooked no taste to it. The mashed potatoes had no flavor.
Server was not professional at all.
I would stay with getting steak on the strip if you want a good steak. You get what you pay for.
Everything was good.
We appreciate the fact that they have remodeled the restaurant however The quality of food is nothing like it used to be. They used to have the most fantastic bread basket and now they bring out store bought buns and their prime rib is nothing like it used to be. It used to be the Last Gem in Las Vegas With all the old charm of what Vegas used to be But now it's just your typical restaurant that you can find anywhere. I won't go out of my way but I will go back if I'm downtown
Took a client to eat here during the World of Concrete - options were limited because of 3 different conventions going on, and clients were staying downtown so I found this place and settled on it. Keep in mind, client is casual and does not require anything too high end, so felt it was a good fit. I had made a reservation, and upon arrival, we were seated promptly. It was not too terribly busy at the time. Wait staff was okay, a little slow to get to our drinks and order, but given the time of night, I was not going to be overly picky since it was 7:30 and in prime dining time. Overall the place was clean, a little outdated, but keep in mind we are at an older locale, and the ambiance of the restaurant is retro anyways. Most of us ordered steaks, which all seemed to be great. Some of us had prime rib, and I thought it was delicious, especially for the price. One prime was ordered wrong and we sent it back, and there was no issue or grumbling, they were happy to do so, and it came back prompt and to order. All in all, for the value and scenery, I felt it was a good experience, and would be more than happy to eat here again.
Lots of Waiters and waitresses, not enough kitchen help. Food took almost 1/2 hour after it was ordered to get to our table. It appears some changes were made in staffing, not for the better from what it looks like. Food quality seems to have taken a turn for the worse too. Hopefully only temporary !
Yes this is a hotel coffee show but it is a little more upscale than that and the food was wonderful. Pictures of Bugsy Siegal adorn the walls as it is the first hotel he built in Las Vegas, the El Cortez that is.
Went for breakfast for a friend's birthday. The hostess immediately wished her a happy birthday and then told the other staff this is _ it's bher birthday. While we looked around at the memorabilia one of the wait staff asked if we'd like to know the history of some of the items and then gave us a little tour. The staff took pictures for us. I ordered avocado with my breakfast and the waitress told me they went through for avocados to make sure I got a good serving of nice ripe avocado.
We went there to see if the $10.95 prime rib was worth the drive. It is not listed on the menu so remember to ask!! It was so worth the trip to Fremont for this delicious helping. :)