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Cut is a steakhouse in the Palazzo, but whether you’re seeing a show in the hotel or somewhere else nearby, it’s in enough of a central location on the Strip that you could come here regardless of where you need to be after. It’s an incredibly fancy - and expensive - spot, but from the table-side Old Fashioneds and bone marrow flan (sounds strange, but trust us) to the Japanese wagyu beef, dinner here is going to be something you talk about almost as frequently as the show itself. Just make sure you round out your table with some sides, like their creamy polenta that’s so good you’ll consider petitioning for it to become a concession stand snack.

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