Open 24 hours. Located in downtown Las Vegas.
Sauted or Deep Fried
Wild Rice, Sauted Spinach
Not a downtown steakhouse. A casino restaurant in a dying casino 3 blocks from Freemont St actually
Had a great time eating here! Food was yummy and service was great! Everything was very reasonably priced! (Probably at least half of what you'd pay on the Strip!)
Poor service and cold food.
We had the Cod and the BBQ... The food looked and tasted like it was warmed up left-overs, the service was slow, and never asked us how was everything, do we need anything, etc...even the hostess was rude.
If you are looking for a low priced meal in a Fremont area Hotel this would be it. Nothing exceptional about this local haunt. Service was spotty. Prime Rib was dry and bland. Basic Boomer locale.
We had wonderful service from Daysi as we celebrated our wedding from earlier in the day.
I had been wanting to check this spot out for a few years. While I was a wee bit disappointed in my Lucky Luciano meatball sub, I will order something different next time. Menu looks excellent and decor and ambiance is awesome.
A real bargain in Las Vegas with a great deal on Prime Rib (you must ask for it as it is not on the menu. It is away from the strip but right next to Fremont St.
This new restaurant is not the same quality as was Elaine's.
I went for their Stone Crab Claw special. The crab was very good, but beware of the Cole Slaw... NOT fresh at all. Enjoyed all the Mob posters and old Movies playing on TV's around the restaurant. A nice evening and Crab was delicious.
Haven’t been in awhile..(loved Flame), but was so happy to see Mark our server AGAIN. He took great care of us...as usual. Calamari wasn’t as good as we remembered, Prime Rib was nice but had to get the 16 oz to get it how I like it/rare and thick (anything less is 1/4-1/2 “...maybe. Also missed the “bread basket”/Flame. Be sure to tell them if you have tickets to Smith Center.....discount on your tab!
Restaurant is close to the Fremont Street Experience. It is nicely decorated and reminded you of the 1940s. Staff was nice and friendly. The food was great. Enjoyed!
We visit Siegel's 1941 every winter strictly for stone crab dinners they offer only on Fridays and Saturdays. The crabs are consistently excellent. This year they seemed a bit larger than usual. Very flavorful and fresh! Better than what we've tasted at other more-expensive restaurants on the Strip! We'll be back since, at $45, their stone crab dinner is a bargain!!
Friendly service. Got the pot roast which looked homemade. Calamari app. was a huge crunchy mix or rings and crispy legs. Large serving of Caesar salad. Lots of tables took home leftovers!
The hostess will help get the most of any points, comps and coupon a gambler might earn playing at El Cortez to use here. Friendly servers. Great prime rib specials.
We tried this place as a last minute selection to eat. We made the best choice, food is excellent, waitresses and staff are friendly and the price, excellent!
I had hoped for a historic restaurant, but really everything was poor. The food, the service (even though they were nice, they were clearly understaffed and things took forever). Only thing I liked was the cocktail I had... only took them 20 minutes to make though. In the end still a 100 dollar check for some very poor food.
It was just ok. Nothing worth making a trip to
It was xmas and there was no comfort. The food (turkey) was lukewarm and unloving piled on the plate. The taste was not good either.
We were there one day before and had New York Steak, which was excellent.
All in all we would not visit the restaurant again because of the missing atmosphere.
Xmas lunch - they had no idea what they were doing and it really wasn't all that packed . Waitress came and asked if we wanted water. Yes please . Never saw her again. Another waitress took the food order delivered the food and delivered the wrong dessert . Soup was good, turkey was cold and the sweet pies were straight from the freezer. Glass of wine was nice but at $8 hardly worth it.
Went to pay the bill , the woman on the desk was in la la land. Didn't leave a tip . Apparently that is some sort of crime in the USA ( we are from Australia , where they actually pay their staff a decent wage )
Maybe try somewhere else .
Prime rib and potato good. Veggies overcooked. Still a good value!
We enjoyed our Christmas dinner! The prime rib dinner is Fantastic and the service was excellent.
Food was expensive, dry potato, over done prime rib, with not good flavor. No salad, bread etc. Service was spotty, ladies not friendly.
Ordered orange vanilla soda (on the menu) but received regular orange. Servers were not concerned about our experience, answered a question and then walked away to see if we had any others (we did). Asked for a side of sour cream and she sprinted away before we could also ask for a second item she forgot. It was late and not at all busy but she clearly was annoyed to be working.
Food was quite good but the overall experience was not on par with other steakhouses in casinos.
The Stone Crab was delicious as always. The wait staff were rude and unprofessional!
Ordered their signature prime rib (medium rare). The au jus was watered down. Meat had the texture of a ham steak with absolutely no flavor. I dont even begin to understand how that was possible. And their "special reserve" coffee was so watered down and weak I wouldnt even call it coffee. More like a weak black tea. I wasnt expecting a gourmet meal but what was served was so substandard it should not have been served at all.
Food was mediocre at best. Nothing to rave about. I would have been happier going to outback
The El Cortez feels like it hasn't changed in years and the Seigel restaurant is the same way. That is the good news. It is old school Vegas. We had our Thanksgiving dinner there and enjoyed it very much. Two turkey dinners with all of the normal sides and a bottle of wine for $100, including the tip, is a good deal in Vegas. Our only complaint was the desert. They were out of the pecan pie and the apple pie. This left pumpkin pie as the only choice and neither of us are big fans. It was only 7:30 and reservations were required. Our waiter was very nice and brought my wife some ice cream, but Thanksgiving is the one time of year that requires pie. 🥧
Good prices, great food, and an exec chef who cares. Siegel’s 1941 is a consistent go to go good food at a good price.
Our family met in Vegas for the Thanksgiving holiday this year. I chose Siegel's 2942 because of its location and traditional menu for the holiday. Our service was excellent, food was great, overall a great place I would go back next time I'm in Vegas.
I like this place. Good value, absolutely amazing staff, and decent food.
Half priced Senior Wednesdays are a terrific value at this fun retro Las Vegas restaurant! My favorites are the Cobb salad, salmon, and mushroom burger! ASK FOR LINDA! She is the best server!
We never got a chance to eat any food as we cancelled our order and left before it came. It takes a lot for me to walk out of a restaurant but this was solely related to the service. I have received better service at drive-thru restaurants. Here is how it went...Server: (no welcome at all) What do you want? Co-worker: Prime rib Me: Prime rib as well Server: starts to walk away Me: Wait, don't you want to know how we want it cooked? Server: How do you want it cooked? Co-worker: Medium-rare. Me: Same, and I see it comes with potatoes, can I substitute a salad or vegetables or something else? Server: No, it comes with potatoes Me: What about a Caesar salad? Server: You want a Caesar salad with your prime rib? The Caesar salad is huge, it could feed two people, so you want a Caesar salad instead of prime rib? Me: No, I just want a small side Caesar Server: We don't have small Caesar salads, server starts to walk away Me: Don't you want to know if we want something to drink? Server: You want something from the bar? Me: Yes, I then place my order Co-Worker: Do you have frozen drinks? Server, no we don't have frozen drinks Co-worker: orders a different drink. Server: Walks away At this point we got up and told the hostess we were leaving and to cancel our drink and food order The words in this review cannot possibly convey the attitude and tone of annoyance from the server during our interaction. They may have great prime rib but we will never find out as I will not be back. 5 minutes of the worst service we have ever received at a restaurant. We were glad we cut our losses when we did.
For a restaurant open as long as it has been, you'd think they'd have better quality items. I LOVED my steak and the sauce that came with it but the veggies (green beans and broccoli) were clearly from a frozen bag. The Delmonico potatoes were bland. My mom got a chicken chopped salad and it was good (HUGE portion!). Service was so-so (but it was in part to the fact that they looked understaffed) and the cigarette smell occasionally came wafting into the restaurant. I'd be willing to try a burger or something else if I ever went back.
The $12.95 prime rib special was delicious. I alsohad the shrimp cocktail and it was sooooo good. Our server was terrific.
The menu had plenty of options and the prices are very good. Two at our table ordered prime rib and the other two filets. All of the meals came with a choice of potato and green beans. We ordered salads and they are add-ons but and we opted for the small green salad for six dollars. It's a standard salad with a few cherry tomatoes, two slices of cucumber and mixed greens. I learned after the meal that they would have brought some dinner rolls had we asked. They do not bring them unless you ask. Everyone in our group enjoyed the food and it was prepared as we had requested with the meat being neither over or under done. The service was slightly disorganized but it was very busy so that was understandable. We had wine at the table and the price was not over inflated and a nice affordable addition to the meal. It's a nicely decorated room and not stuffy but tasteful but casual enough. I am interested in going back and sampling the walleye that is mentioned on their specials board. Over all we were satisfied and look forward to going back. It's not a place that will wow you but it also doesn't disappoint.
Food was wonderful but service very very slow. Cigarette smoke from the casino is prevalent inside the restaurant as well. But excellent meat dishes.
We arrived late at night, it was bussy, our server seems confused a little bit, but gave us a good experience, the prime rib special for 12.95 !! Was good but not the vegetables that comes with.. overall we enjoyed our time, delicious food and affordable price..
Siegel's 1941 does offer delivery in partnership with Postmates.
Siegel's 1941 is rated 3.9 stars by 346 OpenTable diners.
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