Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres

Bazaar Meat is the best steakhouse in Las Vegas. They manage to be creative without sacrificing quality, which can be hard to do in a city that loves their second-rate dupes of the Wonders of the World. You’ll feel the heat walking into the dining room, which has several grills cooking slabs of beef, as well as an oak-burning dome oven only used to roast whole suckling pigs that need to be ordered 24 hours in advance. There are plenty of good options, but the Vaca Vieja is great as it has a little chew and meatier texture compared to the other cuts. The “beefsteak” tomato tartare also shows off their ability to do inventive dishes beyond your normal steaks and sides—it tastes like you’re actually eating beef and not something that came off a vine.

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