Ribs, Steak, Duck, and More for the Carnivore

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Meat Lovers take note: if you have taste buds tantalized by hard core beef, sweet BBQ ribs or even wild squab Las Vegas is the right place for you. This city's restaurants produce masterful cuts of steaks, exquisite wild game, and even burgers that are a full course meal. Here are four of the many Las Vegas restaurants that were designed with the meat lover in mind.

Austin's Steakhouse @ Texas Station

2101 Texas Star Lane
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Sunday- Thursday : 5pm-10pm
Friday & Saturday: 5pm-11pm
Price: $ 31-60

The strip is not the only place that features mouthwatering steaks: a few miles away from the strip, nestled away in the “Texas Station” casino is a hidden gem known as Austin’s Steakhouse, which offers steaks glazed in signature marinade and cooked to perfection in mesquite charcoal. When it comes to this spectacular house of steaks, you will drive the distance more than once to experience its juicy and tender steaks. Austin's Steakhouse offers a wide variety of steaks including: 48 day-dry aged steaks, bone-in 20 oz New York steaks , prime pan-seared rib eye, porterhouse, and filet mignon. Avid Carnivores enjoy the distinctive flavors of each bite as they savor the many seasonings that Austin's Steakhouse has to offer.

Restaurant Guy [email protected] Caesars Palace

3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Wednesday- Sunday: 5:30pm-10:30pm
Price : Above $ 60

A chef so distinctive that his restaurant couldn't be called anything other than his own name: Guy Savoy.  Located on the famous Las Vegas Boulevard inside of Caesar’s Palace,this amazing French restaurant offers both a 10 course menu, and, a la carte items to suit a variety of fancies. This It is also certainly a place to satisfy carnivorous cravings. For the less conventional carnivore, the Wild Squab is a must, accompanied by butternut squash gratin, watercress & walnuts salad, and wild mushrooms. Diners looking for a bolder taste can opt for the Veal Sweetbreads or Mallard Duck “Poach-Roasted” with root vegetables and smoked seaweed butter.

Burger Bar @ Mandalay Place

3930 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Sunday- 10am-11pm
Monday- Thursday 10:30am-11pm
Price: $ 11-30

Whoever said hamburgers can't be a real meal has never been to Burger Bar at Mandalay Place, located inside of Mandalay Bay on the Las Vegas Strip. Having a burger “your way” at Burger Bar is far from Burger King: their burgers are meaty, juicy and tasty. Hungry carnivores can make masterful creations of the burger their choice, with many options to choose from: Black Angus beef, turkey meat, buffalo meat, and even vegan and vegetarian dishes.  Diners can even choose their own buns, and make their burger come to life with anchovies, avocados, and a wide variety of cheeses. Whatever topping your stomach growls for, you can be sure that this hip little burger joint has it.

Shane's Rib Shack

6584 N. Decatur Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89131
Sunday- Thursday -10am-9pm
Friday&Saturday -10am-10pm
Price: $11-30

This family oriented franchise was created by a man who knows and loves food. Thanks to Shane following his passion for food, hearty meat lovers can stroll over to Shane's Rib Shack in North Las Vegas and dig in to saucy BBQ Ribs. Once you bite into the meat you will realize what makes the meat the talk of the town. BBQ Ribs are not the only thing on the menu: Shane’s Rib Shack offers meaty options like sliced Beef Brisket, BBQ pork, whole BBQ chicken,and even half a chicken. Even the salads are packed with meat. Shane's Rib Shack is also health conscious and offers a variety ofgluten-free menu items. This restaurant offers a very casual dining experience, including the option of placing an order to go or for pick up.

While these restaurants are different in decor, design and pricing, they all have one thing in common: satisfying the taste buds of the carnivore.

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