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Las Vegas Restaurant Review: N9ne Steakhouse at the Palms Hotel & Casino


N9ne Steakhouse

Today we decided to review N9ne Steakhouse at the Palms Hotel & Casino. Not only because it is often regarded as one of the best steakhouses in Las Vegas, but because we were in the mood for a piece of nice, juicy, wonderful steak. When you walk into Palms Hotel, you feel the energy in the place. You see the excitement in the faces of the people in there. N9ne is the same way. It’s young, it’s vibrant, it’s alive.

On the menu:

Appetizer- Oysters on the Half Shell

Main Dish- Bone-in Rib Eye Steak

Sides- Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Creamed Spinach, Assortment of Bread

The food was amazing. The steak was cooked to perfection. The sides were tasty. The bread was great; My personal favorite was the bacon infused bread. The venue was set-up nicely, we weren’t sitting right on top of our neighbors like some steakhouses do. A cool thing they do is pull out the table if you get a booth, literally the entire table. They had a nice wine selection. The one thing that sets N9ne Steakhouse out from other steakhouses in Las Vegas is that it is ultra-modern. No buffalo heads hanging on the wall or cowboy hats here. Set to a passionate blue motif, N9ne Steakhouse sets the bar very high early on, and delivers a quality dining experience.
N9ne Steakhouse is also a great place to go to people watch. Fueling up before a long night of clubbing , the place is packed with beautiful people. On this particular night there were several celebrities too! A couple of tables over was the NBA’s newest $100 million dollar man, New York Knicks’ Amar’e Staudamire. Across from him, sat the Sacremento Kings’ Tyreke Evens. Ryan Miller of the Buffalo Sabres and Jenny McCarthy were there as well.

Reservations: Yes

Price Range: $$$$

Verdict: N9ne Steakhouse lives up to the hype. Definitely worth the $.

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