The 6 Best Steak Houses on the Las Vegas Strip

FeaturedThe best places to eat on the las vegas strip!

On average, roughly 39 million tourists visit the Las Vegas strip per year according to Statista. Many are looking for a week of fun and excitement; to include gambling, seeing a show or two and fine dining. But where should you eat on the Vegas strip, there are so many restaurants how do you choose? Below are the six best steak houses on the Las Vegas Strip, saving the best for last.

The Prime Steak House

Prefer dinner with a view, Prime Steak House  at the Bellagio is a romantic picturesque dining experience perfect for anniversaries and wedding parties. The restaurant itself sits right behind the Bellagio Fountains, giving your table a up close and personal look at the show. However, be sure to bring your wallets and call ahead for a reservation. Dinners can average around $120.00 a plate, and if you don’t call ahead you most likely won’t get a fountain view. Thats what happened to us so we ended up seated in the back and at that point you are just paying $200 for a steak! If you opt for the Prime Steak House try their Peppercorn Crusted NY Strip it only cost $67.00 for 14oz and it tastes fantastic!

Tourists overlooking the fountains at night at the Bellagio Las Vegas
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Best Parties to Drop in The New Year! NYE 2019

best parties to drop in the new year


The New Year in the United States is always greeted with wild celebrations, fantastic fireworks, and beautiful spectacles. It is always a fun time when it’s New Year’s Eve as you get to celebrate the future while reflecting on past achievements. If you’re planning to attend a New Year’s Eve Party in the US, here are some popular venues to keep in mind –


Featuredbest places to travel to for christmas vacation

Celebrating Christmas is one of the best things to do when you have your loved ones around. However, many people seem to repeatedly celebrate the holidays at home, and it may be about time to tune it up a bit. To take this years Christmas celebration to a whole new level, try visiting one of these great places this holiday season.


Nothing can compare to the Christmas holidays in New York. With the temperature not too cold, you could pine a little for snow moseying past shops on Fifth Avenue while your peer in at the vivid window displays. The crowds mostly flog the Rockefeller Center Rink, but you can have room for skating under the most popular Christmas tree midweek. For those wanting to pick up last-minute presents, New York is the place to do it, and the usually gruff residents happen to be light-hearted at this time of the year. You will also get to hear the echoes of Christmas carols through the subway owing to the transit musicians of New York.

Truly the city of New York never sleeps and is the most abuzz during the holidays. You can go shopping at the Union Square holiday markets, and if the Rock Center is too crowded for you, then you can do you skating at the ice rink located at Bryant Park. A standard New York experience can be offered by the festive St. Regis, and you can also visit places such as Bergdorf’s, Macy’s, and also Saks to see amazing holiday window displays. The Nutcracker, which is the height of Christmas tradition in New York, can be seen at the Lincoln Center.