A friend and I made a last minute reservation for dinner at
A friend and I made a last minute reservation for dinner at 8:30pm, arrived at the restaurant at 8:15pm, and were surprisingly seated at exactly 8:30pm even with a full house of customers. This is the largest Ruth Chris I've seen and probably with the best decor and dimly lit ambiance. Hostess and wait staff were quick, courteous, and friendly. The food was absolutely delicious. We enjoyed stuffed mushrooms with crabmeat appetizer, lamb chops and filet mignon steak topped with shrimp entrees, broccoli, au gratin potatoes, and asparagus spears side dishes. Luckily we were seated at a window table view with a nice view of the strip. I came here for great food and service and received both. A quick shout out to our waiter Hunter for exceptional service and fun personality. I cannot wait to return for more soon!
Everything was perfect and the experience was perfect with
Everything was perfect and the experience was perfect with our server Sean and he was well aware and ontop of things, the service in general was amazing as well
Ruth Chris does it right. I suggest the chilled seafood tower. Lobster, shrimp, Crab Legs, lump Crab. All cracked and ready to eat . Excellent Then have the 3 course meal has everything, go with lobster bisque instead of salad. You can get salad anywhere. View is spectacular, service is excellent. Pricey but great place to enjoy the experience. We’ll be back next time in Vegas
I've been to many Ruth's Chris' and this one is really one
I've been to many Ruth's Chris' and this one is really one of the best. First of all, it's dining and bar area is sublime, especially at sundown. The view of the strip and Caesars is delightful. The staff are well informed, very engaging, and are delightfully committed to making sure the meal is enjoyed. I got the $99 prix fix that included gumbo, an 8 ounce filet, a side and dessert. The gumbo was just off the chain good, shocking as I'm from New Orleans. The steak was ordered medium rare Pittsburgh style and it was done perfect. A nice sear and plenty of pink and a steak that was so tender. I got a trilogy of sauces just to taste with the steak. The mashed potatoes were great and did their job soaking up every bit of butter I could get. The bread putting with two sauces, yum! Ruth's Coffee finished the meal and it was all pure bliss.
Even though Ruth Chris is a chain, we have had many people
Even though Ruth Chris is a chain, we have had many people recommend this is an option for a special occasion. We choose this restaurant to celebrate our wedding anniversary and the experience was a let down and definitely not worth the money spent. When arriving and making a reservation they make it very clear this is a level of dress code. I not expecting anything crazy especially for a vacation location but I was disappointed when people were getting seated in full sweatsuits and tee shirts, obviously doesn't really make or break the dinner but just dampened the experience. The food was also very/below average, my partner enjoyed a steak and I had the scallops, my entree was ok to say the least. The sides we choose were the mashed/puréed potatoes and the broccoli, broccoli ended up being an up charge and still wasn't even better than a steamed bag that you can make at home. I normally can overlook these things because it could be off night for the restaurant but just really disappointing when the bill ended up being over $300 for one of the most lackluster meals of our trip. The server and sever assistant we had were great and provided excellent service. I feel like this could be a location issue, because like I said previously I had a lot of people enjoy and recommend Ruth Chris to us.
The steak at Ruth Chris steak house is amazing. The views on the strip are great and it’s inviting.
Always worth a visit!
Please each and everyone if you want fine dining and
Please each and everyone if you want fine dining and excellent customer service I would be remiss if I didn't mention the great food the best steak in Las Vegas c h a r r e d t o perfection I ask that you go to Ruth's Chris Steakhouse inside Harrah's Hotel I had a 6:00 p.m. reservation upon entering restaurant I was greeted with smiling faces continuously I had the pleasure of having engine Joe I affectionately call the server I couldn't get rid of him LOL he came by many times to check on my daughter myself and her mother even the manager Christine stopped by three times to visit my table and made sure everything was in order the staff was excellent so many visits to my table I commend each and everyone for making my dining experience one that never would be forgotten kudos to all and may God bless and keep you Ken T.
I hadn't been to a RC for a long long time.
The last couple frankly I just wasn't that impressed but I really can't say exactly why. I was prepared to be underwhelmed but I have to say the exact opposite occurred. Our seating was great! View fantastic and our server So Yon was just as pleasant and nice as they come! She made our visit a joy. The steaks were the highlight of course and are the RC way but in this case that was a very good thing. The sides we all shared (4) of us and I think we got four sides and it worked out perfectly! This visit reminded me why I used to love RC. Thanks So Yon!
If I'm going to drop 350 bucks for two people for dinner,
If I'm going to drop 350 bucks for two people for dinner, It should at least be better than I can make myself, someone with very average culinary skills, on my barbecue at home. I expected the ribeye to be epic, and frankly it was not even average. Overcooked, not marbled, not crusted even with salt and pepper, no detectable seasoning. What it did have was a very bland butter reduction which just made it a big greasy, tough mess. Seriously, how is this place considered even close to elite? They claim their meat is top 2%, but I can walk into just about any store and hand pick a better ribeye for under 20 bucks. I'm not a food snob, and I'm not being dramatic here. It really was that mediocre. Service was fine. The mashed potatoes were great. I had to edit because I forgot this little gem. We ordered the crab cakes. I really enjoy a good crab cake. What we received bared no resemblance to any crab cake I've ever had. It looked like they scooped out some crab goo with an ice cream scooper. Not crusted, not browned, not pan fried at all. Literally just a gooey blob of textureless crab dough. This was supposed to be our fancy dinner in Vegas and it was a huge disappointment. When you drop that kind of money, it should be special. The reviews just don't make sense. Either we caught them on a really bad night, or most people just have never had a decent steak.
The steak was excellent.
The baked potato and Mac and cheese were mediocre. Ruth Chris is overpriced. You're better going to Herbs and Rye, Echo and Rig, or STK.
The meat was amazing!! Everything was sub par.
You have to request the jalapeños as there not on the menu. Our waitress was top notch and made it happen...
The food quality is not even close as it is at other
The food quality is not even close as it is at other locations. They need to improve.
We went to Ruth's Chris Steak House the week prior to Christmas 2022 for a special couple getaway in Vegas. The atmosphere is romantic and high end. The service was top notch. We ordered an appetizer of calamari which was exceptionally good. We also ordered Caesar salads which were fresh and very tasty. For a main course, my wife ordered the lobster and garlic mashed potatoes and I ordered the Ribeye with loaded baked potato. My wife said that her lobster/mashed potatoes were excellent - I wished I was as lucky. The potato was average and the Ribeye was dry and tough. The texture was more like a sirloin or a low grade New York Strip. Every restaurant has a bad day so next time we go to Vegas, we'll give them another chance - I just won't order the Ribeye again.
Ruth's Chris Steak House
This Ruth's Chris Steak House is a great place to go for delicious and well prepared steak and much more. I have been impressed with everything that they have available here. I have had a really good experience every time I have been here and have been impressed with their level of customer service.
We did not have reservations so we sat at the bar. The atmosphere was warm and inviting. We ordered drinks and appetizers. We had shrimp cocktail and lobster macaroni and cheese with bread. The shrimp was the largest I have ever seen/eaten. Everything was so delicious!! I began to eat slower just to savor every bite! I ordered their house Merlot, but it was enjoyable as well! The servers behind the bar were kind, affable, professional and efficient. I will return to this fine establishment.
Fantastic steak dinner and ambience
A very high-end steak restaurant right on the strip! While you pay for the experience, our steak (and entire meal) was one of the best we have ever had. Wait staff was prompt and attention to detail was obvious. Our table looked right over the Vegas strip which was a nice bonus. One of our party was celebrating a birthday and was rewarded with a complementary dessert--very nice!
Delicious Food, Average Service and Decor
We dined here on our honeymoon before a show. It was pretty busy, but with a few empty tables by the window we asked if we could be seated there and were shocked to be told they charge for it, $10 each!! I remarked that given the whole place needs a makeover they should be paying us and certainly not charging for us to look at other Vegas sights on our honeymoon! They comped this, I think to keep the peace! Having tried one on our honeymoon in June in San Diego which had been totally amazing from start to finish this was not as good. The food was excellent however, and their bread pudding dessert was so good we shared two. Overall a good meal, but as some other reviews have shown, the board need to intervene and tidy this location up and drop the ridiculous sitting by the window charge.
Absolutely delicious steaks and amazing service!
We had dinner at Ruth Chris in Las Vegas on 10/4/22. We were seated promptly and within one minute the waitress came over to welcome us and see if we wanted a drink. She returned with some warm bread and our cocktails. We had the jumbo shrimp cocktail for an appetizer which was chilled and delicious. I then had a filet mignon and he had a NY Strip steak. Both were cooked perfectly and were outstanding! I loved every single bite as it was so incredibly delicious. We also loved the fire corn and had mashed potatoes. There are so many steakhouses to pick from in Vegas and we selected Ruth Chris to celebrate our wedding anniversary as it is located across from the Mirage where we had tickets to a 7PM Beatles LOVE show and needed a quick walk following dinner to get there in time. It is literally a 5 minute walk to the Mirage lobby so nice and easy. Highly recommend!!!!
Wife’s birthday at Ruth’s Chris
5/5 by 👻 @Doug
My wife and I ate at Ruth’s Chris at Harrahs in Las Vegas for my wife’s birthday. The food was great and our server was even better, we really enjoyed the experience. Our server knew it was my wife’s birthday and he went over the top to make it a wonderful experience for her.
Simply the best steak I’ve ever had across the world
I read that many people say it’s empty, and sad. Not quite sure, perhaps STK is more their taste. I’m there for the food. However, I enjoyed the setting, large ceilings so even if I gets busy it would t be loud. But Jonathan, amazing server and started with a cracking espresso martini, and a glass of the meimoi. I opted for the 3 course (Caesar salad / 11pz fillet (medium) / cheesecake). This is where it blew me away even more. The food was incredible. Simply incredible. I mean you can’t really get a salad wrong, but it was the best ever. Then the steak. I do seem to go overboard many times and I’ve probably been to over 100 restaurants and all the world for steaks, and not the cheap kind. This was the best I’ve ever had. It cut like knife through butter, sizzling on the 500 degree plate, perfectly cooked and every mouthful was heaven. I will be back and hopefully with more people to share how amazing this whole experience was. Not everyone can be pleased, and maybe the food was not for their liking, but it’s a steak house / restaurant. Not a nightclub. Stk is a louder vibe but it’s even more expensive and not as good (in my opinion) Well done Ruth’s Chris - and to Jonathan!
Had a wonderful late graduation dinner.
Big Sean is the bestest! He took care of everything for us. Looking forward to our next visit.
To repeat: As previously noted, these places are NOT all
To repeat: As previously noted, these places are NOT all the same. This location falls short of the excellent but now closed San Francisco location, the Sacramento area locations, and the DC spot, but seems to be mis-managed along the same lines as the Walnut Creek spot was a few years ago.Our server, Johnny T., was great. He was of immense assistance with the menu and spent a few minutes trading fun stories with us. Plus, he's a Raiders' fan.The New York was a nice steak, but it was $70.95. That is a ridiculous price for a basic cut of meat.It was here that we also encountered that bizarre, new Vegas custom of two-tiny-tastes per table of wine. Rather than force wait staff to announce that, why not put that on the menu or wine list? "Our establishment wants to encourage you to experiment with new wines. We can offer two tastes per table complimentary, but must charge $2.00 per taste for each subsequent taste." Or something like that. I do suspect some people may have abused the taste thang, but a taste or two have guided us on many occasions in many places.But, again, I digress.Steakhouse salad at $17.95 pricey for lettuce, etc.I would order the side of cremini mushrooms again and again. The highlight of our meal.Interesting thing of which we were reminded: Restaurants, even in Vegas, remain hobbled by Covid. The pandemic's aftermath has created labor and management shortages and, in the case of this Ruth's, stripped the bar and cellar. No fernet branca. No Bordeaux. Much sadness.The place was dead. Several young couples but Ruth's was quiet -- too quiet. Where there should have been clinking and laughter, there was only a funeral-like quietude. I think Vegas old-timer restaurants like Ruth's need to offer happy hours and cater to more than the old-timer business client living on the business AMEX.Meh.-- Workingman's gourmand.
To repeat: As previously noted, these places are NOT all the same. This location falls short of the excellent but now closed San Francisco location, the Sacramento area locations, and the DC spot, but seems to be mis-managed along the same lines as the Walnut Creek spot was a few years ago. Our server, Johnny T., was great. He was of immense assistance with the menu and spent a few minutes trading fun stories with us. Plus, he's a Raiders' fan. The New York was a nice steak, but it was $70.95. That is a ridiculous price for a basic cut of meat. It was here that we also encountered that bizarre, new Vegas custom of two-tiny-tastes per table of wine. Rather than force wait staff to announce that, why not put that on the menu or wine list? "Our establishment wants to encourage you to experiment with new wines. We can offer two tastes per table complimentary, but must charge $2.00 per taste for each subsequent taste." Or something like that. I do suspect some people may have abused the taste thang, but a taste or two have guided us on many occasions in many places. But, again, I digress. Steakhouse salad at $17.95 pricey for lettuce, etc. I would order the side of cremini mushrooms again and again. The highlight of our meal. Interesting thing of which we were reminded: Restaurants, even in Vegas, remain hobbled by Covid. The pandemic's aftermath has created labor and management shortages and, in the case of this Ruth's, stripped the bar and cellar. No fernet branca. No Bordeaux. Much sadness. The place was dead. Several young couples ate near us but Ruth's was quiet -- too quiet. Where there should have been clinking and laughter, there was only a funeral-like quietude. I think Vegas old-timer restaurants like Ruth's need to offer happy hours and cater to more than the old-timer business client living on the business AMEX. Meh. -- Workingman's gourmand.
Hunter was our server and did a phenomenal job. The ambiance was perfect for our date night. You can smell the food from the moment you walked in to when you sat at the table. Our cocktails were made great and the food was AWESOME. We did the Bone-In NY Strip and the Bone-In Fillet. If you like medium rare, we’d suggest getting your steak rare because the plates cook your food as its being brought out. LOVE LOVE, we’ll be back. :)
Well where shall I start the hostess she was great the
Well where shall I start the hostess she was great the waitress well. NOPE. Never checked on us walks by numerous times. I need refill I needed sauce for my shrimp. Nope 10 mins of her just walking by ans then to chit chat with the people behind us. Horrible horrible service Food was good tho pricey like anywhere in Vegas. But man the service and food awesome
Food was great as always but charging your returning
Food was great as always but charging your returning customer 40% more than other Ruth Chris's around the country is highly disappointing! I will never eat at another Ruth Chris again due to this!!
Well it was a first for me when I got here I was impressed
Well it was a first for me when I got here I was impressed but the food drop it down like how great depression hit it hard. So let start with appetizer the bisque is heavy on wine I could not see what are they thinking I'm no expert at bisque but it feel like I could be drunk just by the bisque, the calamari ok but it need salt more kick. The meat was a filet that was ok but it have so much butter for me that I need to spit it out. But just when it couldn't have got worst with dessert it was big let down it was over the top sweet that it need citrus passion fruit may be the answer.
Went for a friend's big birthday.
She wanted a table with a view of the strip. She was told weeks ago it would not be a problem. Are y'all sittin' down? This place wanted $10 per person to sit at a table near the window. Yep! Pure stupidity and gouging. After this, do I really need to tell you anything else? It was a forgettable, yet unforgettable experience.
For that price point I'd rather go to Delmonico at Venetian. Or for cheaper, Chart House at Golden Nugget. The food was good. It's just that, at that price point, everything needs to be, well, on point. The servers are all nice, but they lack the refinement and professional conduct that other steakhouses offer at the price point. For example, I missed the fact that my steak would come with a bunch of butter. I asked for the truffle butter to accompany it. Obviously it ended up being way too much damn butter lol. The server should have said like hey, fyi it comes with butter already are you sure you want the truffle butter. They would have done that at Delmonico. Plating, and the appearance of the food being put in front of you, is not one of their strong suits. My steak came out on a plate that was all splashed with steak juice and it just looked really sloppy. Again, for a $70 steak, present it nicely. They also didn't bring spoons for the sides and it was annoying. I just ordered $20 Brussels sprouts and I don't have a spoon for them. I don't know, man. The spicy shrimp appetizer was amazing. The mashed potatoes were good and the steak of course, was good. The crab corn chowder was good but it lacked depth of flavor. And I literally am not even the type of person to say something didn't have flavor because I know I'm not that fancy, but even I thought it was lacking something. Perfectly tasty food overall, but ultimately not worth the price point.
I am writing today to express my extreme disappointment with my experience at the Harrah's Las Vegas location. I dined at this location on the last night of my Vegas holiday on July 7th this year. We were greeted by a nearly empty restaurant at the time of our reservation of 7:30. We were escorted to a table as far away from the front as possible; a small table for 2 way in the back in a corner. I asked the hostess for a different table as this one was barely part of the restaurant. She grunted and turned around to lead us somewhere else, which ended up being a separate dining room. On the way there I noticed MANY empty tables near the window. I asked if we could sit there. She yelled at me "10 $ each". We didn’t understand what she meant or why she was yelling so we asked her to repeat. And again she yelled "10$ each. You want to sit there it's 10$ each". we were completely shocked that she would speak to us in such a disrespectful way. Having been to MANY fine dining restaurants in Vegas and elsewhere, we know that this kind of behaviour is not acceptable. For that matter, it would not have been acceptable at McDonalds. My dining companion wanted to leave but I felt that looking for another steakhouse at the last minute would not be easy as there were lineups outside all the good places. Also, I have always enjoyed Ruth's Chris on the many other occasions I have dined there (other locations). So we decided to stay but asked to speak to a manager to express our concerns/disgust with the way we were being treated. He promptly came over to our table, listened to what we had to say and then very dismissingly said "I’m sorry to hear that". what a disappointment. But it was our last night in Vegas and we were determined to make it work so we decided to stay. A decision that we came to regret once the food came. I ordered the rib steal for over $70 - it tasted like something from Outback - mediocre at best. The brussel sprouts and potatoes were bland and tasteless. My sister ordered the lamb which was the only good part of the meal. Our bill came to over 200$ and was not worth a fraction of that. On the way out, we stopped by the check-in desk and asked the hostess for her card and the card of the manager who blew us off so that I could follow up with head-office to express my displeasure. She went to get a card, and didn't come back, but instead sent the same manager who wanted to know "what we wanted this time". He gave us his card – Brian Murzyn- director of food and beverage. With the competition of good restaurants in Vegas, they should be doing whatever they can to make sure the customer feels welcome and satisfied. The experience has turned me off Ruth's Chris entirely
Went to dinner with my son and it was amazing I had the
Went to dinner with my son and it was amazing I had the stuffed chicken (you must like cheese though ... it's stuffed with 3 different cheeses) and he had the ribeye ...Everything was perfect... I wish I didn't take an instagram video and took pics because I can't show our food and view ... but you must try ... Everything was so good.
Food is always good, this is our 4th visit to this location
Food is always good, this is our 4th visit to this location in a year. (Had been gifted gift certificates, humble to eat here so frequently.) Steaks were cooked to our liking, my husband added blue cheese crumbles to his NY steak. Au gratin potatoes were a little underwhelming but the next day leftovers were delicious, the flavors saturated into the potatoes over night. My husband doesn't like seafood but wanted to try the Lobster bisque. He super enjoyed it, good size chunks of Lobster meat. Service is good & it has nice views of the strip. Only minus 1 star because capital grille is better.
This past Wednesday (July 6) I was surprised with a
This past Wednesday (July 6) I was surprised with a birthday dinner at Ruth's Chris. I was excited because it's one of the few fine dining restaurants I haven't been to in Las Vegas. While the food was great the service was extremely disappointing. The server, Darrell, took a while to greet us and from that point on the experience just continued to go downhill. 1.) When I ordered the Dirty Goose Martini, he asked me in a condescending tone if I was aware that it would be a lot of olive juice in the cocktail. I replied back of course, I'd imagine that's the reason it's called a "Dirty" Goose martini and not just a martini. 2.) My partner asked for cheese on his side order of mashed potatoes and he tells him "You know that's extra?", which again is very assumptive and I felt rude considering it's customary to charge for anything extra. 3.) When I ordered my lamb chops medium he says "Just so you know the medium will be red and slightly pink in the middle". If I ordered medium, one would assume I ordered it knowing what medium cut of meat would look like. All of this you could say well he was just being courteous making sure I knew what was going on, but the 3 other tables he was servicing around us he didn't ask these questions to or similar questions to them. He assumed they were familiar already. Then my partner asks for Sprite and he brings the beverage, when he tastes it he says it's a bit off but he'll still drink it. I then ask the person that's offering him support for his section for a Coke and she informs me they only have Pepsi products. It now explained why the Sprite tasted off for my partner but it was also confusing that out of all things he thought he was educating us on he failed to inform us that the products offered are not Coke products so there wouldn't be any surprises. He rarely checked on our table but the young lady who supported him did constantly. One could say "maybe he was busy" but he checked on the other three tables in our section quite frequently. The icing on the cake was how he unceremoniously placed the cheesecake in front of me, said "Happy Birthday" and walked away. By now we are the only table left in the section so it wasn't an issue of being busy and I distinctly heard a table being sung "Happy Birthday" not even 30 minutes prior so that confirmed to me that it is something the restaurant does, like many other restaurants. I'm VERY big on customer service and this was disappointing. I will say the prices were amazing and the food was great but if I had the option of going somewhere else had I known that was going to be my experience, I would have gone somewhere else.
Having just visited San Diego and eaten at Ruth's Chris there, we figured we give the Las Vegas location a go. The food was excellent and the service was similarly outstanding. (Ki N and his assistant were extremely attentive and knowledgeable). I had the filet and my spouse went with the blackened scallops. The martinis were mixed well, but a bit pricey. My only complaint would be that we paid a $20 premium for a window seat, but we were toward the back of the restaurant along the window-- so furthest away from the Strip. There was nothing to look at really... just the bar below. Despite the upcharge, I'll return for the service and the food.
Sit at the bar and let Greg and his crew take care of you. You won’t go wrong. Food and drinks top notch too. An enjoyable experience.
Nice evening with friends
We ate at Ruth's Chris with a group of friends that we had just met and finished a 7 day tour with. We had a reservation and were seated fairly quickly with a party of 6. My only criticism was that we were there for over 2 hours. They seem to really take there time with the meal so if you are in a hurry, be aware. We were not in a hurry. I had the filet and it was ok, not great. We spent $200 for the meal for my wife and I. Overall, though, I was fairly happy with the experience.