The choice is yours at Ruth's Chris Steak House in Las Vegas
Steak is like an aphrodisiac for some people, and like an aphrodisiac, what works for some doesn’t work for others. But at Ruth’s Chris Steak House, you’ll find a lot to fall in love with.
The restaurant features much more than steak, of course, like starters of barbecued shrimp in white wine and garlic; a blue crab stack; a mammoth chilled seafood tower of lobster, blue crab, crab legs and jumbo shrimp; and veal osso buco ravioli with saffron-infused pasta. Salads include a classic Caesar, and the harvest salad, with a variety of greenery, tomatoes, roast corn and cherries; and it would be hard to resist a lobster bisque if you’re in the mood for soup.
For your entrée, choose stuffed chicken breast, free-range bird with a double breast portion; marinated lamb chops; or Chilean sea bass, pan-roasted with a coconut-citrus butter and sweet potato and citrus hash (now that’s a little better than a lightly fried fish filet, eh?). The steakhouse can accommodate vegetarians, so ask your server for details.
For dessert … but wait, you say, what about the beef? Don’t worry, there are plenty of options to excite your culinary passions, and the menu gives a little detail for you to consider before grilling your server on specifics, such as the fact the New York strip will be firmer than a ribeye, and the ribeye will be a well-marbled piece of beef. Other cuts to choose from include the 8- or 11-ounce filets, the 24-ounce T-bone or the 40-ounce porterhouse for two. The specialty cuts include the bone-in filet, bone-in New York Strip and the always-impressive tomahawk. Classic accompaniments and sides will round out your experience.
And yes, there are desserts! Goodies range from crème brûlée to banana cream pie. Accompany that with an after-dinner coffee, port or cognac and your evening is sure to end in satisfaction.
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