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About The Country Club - Wynn Las Vegas
If you prefer your steak with a side of modern elegance, the Country Club, perched over the 18th hole of Wynn’s fairways, delivers on style as well as substance. With expansive windows framing sweeping views of the greens and waterfalls, this intimate spot makes an ideal hideaway from the throngs on the Strip. Chef Rene Lenger crafts ingredient-driven chophouse fare that walks the line between cosmopolitan and comfy: shrimp and grits; gumbo with house-smoked Andouille sausage, shrimp and crawfish; brown sugar brined pork chop with black mission fig-bourbon BBQ sauce, char-broiled Maine lobster and Wisconsin veal t-bone. In addition to the a la carte menu, a six-course chef’s ‘Taste of New Orleans’ menu is also available at dinner. The Sunday Jazz Brunch, replete with live Dixieland band, interactive buffet stations and a full menu of ‘Big Easy’ inspired brunch dishes, has become a local favorite.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Steakhouse, Contemporary American, Vegetarian / Vegan
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30AM - 2:30PM. Saturday: 9:30AM - 2:00PM.
Dinner: Wednesday - Saturday: 5:30PM - 10:00PM.
Sunday Jazz Brunch: 10:00AM - 2:00PM.
Between Fashion Show Dr and E. Desert Inn Rd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Fully enclosed parking is available using the Wynn self-park garage located off Las Vegas Boulevard just past the Wynn main gate. Valet parking is available at both the Wynn main gate on Las Vegas Boulevard and the South Gate entrance on Sands Avenue. Please visit wynnlasvegas.com/parking for rates and further information.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Overlooking the 18th hole of the picturesque Wynn golf course, the Country Club's dramatic setting promises an event destined to be remembered as a hole-in-one! Large groups are accommodated inside the main dining room, within the intimate lounge and outdoors on the spacious dining patio.
The Country Club - Wynn Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
I've dined at The Country Club- Wynn Las Vegas countless times, and it never disappoints. It's my favorite restaurant on the property.
I know the restaurant will be closing in a few weeks, so I'll be squeezing in a few more lunch visits before it closes for good!
Highly recommend The Country Club for lunch.
Ordered the "Scottish Salmon", it was truly one of the best I ever had.We enjoyed the atmosphere and the service was very good. Even though we previously requested a "window seat", they could not accommodate, our seating was fine, we could see the beautiful waterfall. However, three "window seats" were not occupied the entire time we dined???????
We have eaten lunch several times at the Country Club and have always been very happy. It overlooks the golf course and the landscaped waterfall and is a very beautiful and quiet spot. Unfortunately, it all goes away in January when they tear out the golf course to put in a water attraction. If you have the chance, I highly recommend the Sunday Jazz Brunch. It is a terrific way to spend a Sunday afternoon. It is a luxurious buffet coupled with a wide ranging one entree menu offering. We will definitely miss this unique dining experience and hope that the Wynn finds another or similar opportunity for this experience.
Our most recent experience was Thanksgiving night - our first dinner here. The setting was still lovely at night. As the hostess showed us to our table, our waiter joined us and tried to get the hostess to do the turkey dance. It was very odd and the hostess was obviously embarrassed.
I ordered a Gibson and the waiter did not know what it was. When I told him and explained what gin I wanted, he said he would check with the bar tender. When he returned and said they had the gin I wanted, I told him I wanted it just a little dirty. Once again, he had no idea what I was talking about. I assured him the bartender would know. I did, however, finally get the drink I wanted but it seems it should have been easier.
We shared a corn chowder and while it was ok, it really needed a corn flavor boost.
My wife had the Ahi Tuna and loved it. I had very large scallops and while they were very good for the most part, I did experience a disagreeable amount of silt with the scallops - rather off-putting.
Although we are returning to the Wynn next month, I doubt we would book dinner here again. Lunch maybe. Jazz Brunch absolutely but unfortunately we will not be there on Sunday.
If you get the chance to enjoy the food and jazz before this restaurant permanently closes in January, do so.
My wife and I went on a Friday night before seeing the Backstreet Boys. This is truly fine dining. We were thoroughly impressed from the time we entered until we left. Multiple waiters and waitresses came to see how we were doing and how we liked our food. We were given complimentary dishes as well. It was expensive but definitely worth it for the food and overall experience. I would absolutely come back and will tell family / friends to go.
Went to the Wynn Country Club on 5th November as part of my sons 21st birthday celebrations, we had the Jazz Brunch with the bottomless champagne and cocktails.
Choice and quality of the food from the buffet and carving stations was excellent and our waitress Kaitlyn was excellent. The view overlooking the 18th hole was magnificent as were the Jazz Band.
Would thoroughly recommend the Country Club if you want quality food, great views, excellent entertainment and a change from the hustle and bustle of the Strip and casinos. 10/10
I have eaten at the country club every time i go to vegas for the last 8-10 years. (I try to make it my only repeat visit to visit).
I used to call it the best steak of my life every time I go........
It was not just the food but also the services.
This last time (Nov 2017) i took my wife her food came out cold an and so did the sides and the deserts was under cooked as well. They brought of replacmenrs for her dinner and the sides. The sides were still cold.
They were kind enought to remove the under cooked desert from the bill......
our last night in vegas and thus our date night was hard to get past...... i have taken groups of 10 to this resterant. I will not do that again.
Will return. ..
Sorry the golf course is going away. :(....
Overall 9.375...would have been a 10 but the Steak and Lobster came out ,say not so hot in tempurature. Defiantly etible but after a few bites , on the cooler side. Almost sent it back to get warmed up but was afraid it would take to long. My fault , I was super hungry tryingto eat slow and enjoy the moment.
Great staff 10 +++
Will return ....yes.. Great Job Chef on the tri- color califlower with whipped goat cheese... over thetop side dish.
I am sorry to say that we had a poor dining experience. We had very slow service on an uncrowned evening.
When our steaks did come out, they were cool to touch. We ordered medium cooked steaks. Our Waiter wasn’t very engaging for a top tier restaurant and it took an extremely long time to receive our dessert.
We didn’t complain about our cool steaks, slow service or bland waiter. However, I feel compelled to let my fellow diners aware. I hope that the management at this restaurant reads this review and corrects its faults.
Enjoyed a nice business lunch here recently. Reservation was great and no waiting to be seated. Table for two was a little cramped against the wall but had a very nice view of the golf course. Service was attentive and the chicken Caesar salad delicious. Only off thing is we weren’t served a bread basket which is standard here. Overall a very nice meal.
Expensive brunch and worth every penny. The food was fresh, perfectly prepared and flavorful. There was fresh king crab legs, oysters, etc... in addition to prime rib, bison, salmon... The desserts are each a work of art. The service was attentive and friendly and they kept our champagne glasses full. The live music was fantastic. We will return on every trip to Vegas.
Overall experience was awesome.
The live Jazz band is loud - so if you sit in the main room near the carving stations, you will have a hard time having a quiet conversation. We were seated in the further room & it was perfect. Great view of the waterfall & golf course.
Food choices were good & great Bloody Mary’s!
Picture shows a few desserts - cheesecake, chocolate cake, macaroons all delicious!
Wonderful food and location over looking the 18th hole of the Wynn Golf coarse. Although you could see a McDonald's Sign clearly from the restaurant. The SW Steakhouse is much nicer. Our waiter was arrogant and rude. He ignored the existence of my wife. Constantly addressed me as Mr. ---- without including Mrs.---- A hostile environment for a women.
This restaurant is at the back of the Wynn property, it is a long walk from the casino. The walk is pleasant, but factor the walk time into your arrival time. Showed up early for our reservation, our reservation was at 1:30 PM, but we were kept waiting until 2:00. We were told there was zero wait for dining inside. Nobody was dining inside at this time. If we could have easily gone somewhere else, we would have. They have a nice bar that you can wait at. We only had water at the bar, because we were nursing some very serious hangovers. The weather was beautiful, 82 degrees, and the view outside was gorgeous. The food was very well prepared, but for what they were charging, it should be. If the weather is nice, and you understand you might have to wait, it is a nice expensive lunch. I would go there again. If you are interested, hurry, I am pretty sure they are taking the golf course down sometime starting mid December.
I asked for my bone-in ribeye to be blackened but it was instead douced in some salty cajun spices so thick you could scrape it off with a knife... Very disapointing. If we hadn't had tickets to a show soon after I would have complained...
A place like this should know the difference between blackened and cajun!
The Sunday brunch always offers a delightful assortment. While there isn't a huge selection of food compared to the Bacchanal Buffet, the seafood, meat & made to order dishes that are included are very delicious.
They offer a great add on for endless Champagne, Mimosas & Bloody Mary's.
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