The History of The Golden Steer Steakhouse
The Golden Steer Steakhouse was founded in 1958. In our infancy, we were a small restaurant with a bar and dining room. Over the years, we have expanded by annexing the neighboring shops and in the ’70s by adding in a larger bar with an old Victorian ambiance reminiscent of the Gold Rush era of San Francisco. In the ’90s, the redecorating was completed to reflect the new century, but still retain the ambiance of the “Old Las Vegas” days when Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. were but a few of our regular customers.
Since the beginning, the Golden Steer Steakhouse has prided itself on serving USDA Prime Aged, Corn-Fed Beef. Over the years, we have been most widely known for our Prime Rib, New York, and Filet of Beef with the flavor that keeps many of our regulars coming back time after time. Our present menu reflects the current taste but retains the original concept of fine dining with quality steaks and memorable Seafood.
The Golden Steer Steakhouse is a restaurant where locals meet and families celebrate birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and other special events. The Golden Steer Steakhouse is also known for our many famous and infamous customers such as Tony “The Ant” Spilotro, Natalie Wood, Al Hirt, Nat “King” Cole, Joe DiMaggio, Elvis Presley, and Mario Andretti, just to name a few.
Though many changes have taken place over the years, one of the core elements of the Golden Steer Steakhouse has been the longevity of our staff and their level of experience. Some of our staff members have been with us for over 35 years.
This has enabled us to maintain our consistency of great service and quality of food which are hallmarks of fine dining establishments worldwide and has allowed the Golden Steer Steakhouse to remain one of the best restaurants in the City of Las Vegas. We have long earned our reputation of “The Best Steaks On Earth” as recognized by the September 2009 issue of Bon Appétit Magazine.