Had a wedding party here and have dined many times. FROM THE MOMENT YOU ENTER THROUGH THE ELEVATOR ON THE CASINO FLOOR IT SEEMS LIKE YOU ARE STARTING A MAGICAL JOURNEY IN YOUR GLASS ENCLOSED POD. Don't be startled by the handsome live cowboy statue who greats you at the podium where your hostess will lead you away to start your epicurean stage coach ride. Yummy right down to your toes from the bread basket, to the appetizers to the superbly prepared entrees. The portions are cowboy size, but make sure you save room for one of their" to die for desserts". Share one if you have to, but save a little room for the finish. You'll be glad you did. You all come back now. I did time and time again and I'll be back everytime I am in Vegas.
Fantastic! Glad I found this place!. My husband and I happened to run across this restaurant while we were walking through Harrah's. We live in Vegas, and were just checking out a few casinos that we had never been to before, and we were pleasantly surprised when we found Range Steakhouse. Our service was incredeible, and we left smiling because the food was great and our server put us in a great mood. The appetiers are yummy, and they definitely give you a lot of food for the money. The restaurant actually has a beautiful view as well. I would recommend it to anyone!
EXCELLENT EXCELLENT EXCELLENT. I have visited The Range at Harrah's at least once on every trip I make to Vegas. I have eaten practically everything on the menu and have never been let down. The last few times I have gone, I have stuck to the appetizers because they are quite big and VERY tasty. The lobster bisque, escargot, and seafood samplers are all spectacular. The service has always been friendly, polite, and classy. The restaurant also boasts a great view of Las Vegas blvd! Of course, I would highly recommend the steak as well. After all, it is a steakhouse.
Thank Goodness I Did Not Cancel The Reservation!.
I was concerned about some of the reviews I have read in regards to The Range Steakhouse at Harrah?s. What?s the worst that could happen? We would never know if it was great, good, or bad unless we tried it for ourselves. We kept the reservation, and we are thrilled that we did. I can honestly say it was one of the best evenings and meals husband and I have had in Las Vegas. We love Delmonico and The Palm, and were less than thrilled with SW this past March. From the time we went up on the elevator straight through to dessert and coffee we just had the best time. We had a table at the window with a very nice view of LVB and the main entrance of The Forum Shops.
We were started off with live music making its way from the lounge area. Heidi, the assistant to the table, started us off with drinks and bagel chips with salsa. Iced tea and water followed. Jim, our main waiter, was a pleasure. We were informed of the evening special. I had the Five Onion Soup for our appetizer and husband had the Lobster Bisque. Husband and I ordered the Double Cut Pork Loin Chops with house salads. I ordered the Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes for the table. We had the Flourless Chocolate Cake with Strawberries and Gelato for dessert and coffee. The host came to our table and we had a lively conversation about the south, including our accents. It was a great evening that I would have missed if I had gone solely on others opinions and reviews. The other patrons seem to be having as good of a time as we were. The room was not as loud as SW or Delmonico. I loved the lighting of the room and the curve of it. We will definitely have dinner again at The Range.
Upscale steakhouse at Harrah's provides quality meals without the hype associated with many nice restaurants on the strip..
The most prominent feature of the expansive upper-floor restaurant/lounge is the floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Strip. Polished wood and brass throughout the room create an elegant feel. Meals start with bread and apricot-basil butter and appetizers such as the cherrystone clams and capellini in garlic cream sauce. Entrees include steakhouse favorites and obscure choices like the sauteed calf liver with a balsamic glaze. Top off the meal with the chocolate- and peanut butter-infused cheesecake tower.
Wedding Reception - Party of 12.
First of all, you have to understand that most upscale restaurants in Vegas require that parties of 10 or more pre-set the menu for each guest. This equates to a very limited menu at a jacked-up price per person ($90-125) which doesn't even include drinks, extra's or gratuity.
That was the overall impression that I got from 10+ top restaurants in Vegas until I found The Range at Harrah's on Citysearch.com. We made reservations less than a week before the event with no problem.
Awesome service, Awesome value and the food was out of this world. Chas was our waiter and took care of our every need. We even had a wedding cake prepared and served!
Thanks again The Range! You guys were accomodating on every level, and we will be back each year for our anniversary.
Shot in the Dark.....
Decided at 9:15 we wanted a steak dinner, called at 9:30 for a reservation. They were happy to seat the 5 of us at 9:45!
We had prime rib, filet, chicken and pasta, and a rib-eye. All meals were delicious along with the sides and salads. The caesar dressing had a great kick to it! Sugar-snap peas were cooked to perfection. Instead of the pasta dish, I should have had the pork chop - pasta was a bit "rice a roni" like, but acceptable - learned my lesson.
For dessert - creme brulee and a cheese cake. Excellent meal at $55 each, which included a drink for each of us.
Service was outstanding - not only the server, but the bus boy was friendly and accomodating!
Go there, you won't be disappointed.
PLEASE GO!. I went with 8 other guys this past Super Bowl weekend for my second time. Bottom line- this place will knock your socks off, without destroying your wallet. We lived it up-appetizers, steaks, wine, beers, after dinner cordials and coffee. Total price for 9 guys, $800 including tip and we all had many drinks. The restaurant is upscale and trendy with a beautiful view of the strip. Our group was 22-65 years old, and everyone loved it. Service, as well is nothing short of spectacular. Please go but for busy weekends book in advance.
Very good. I have eaten at the Range several times and I have never been disappointed. Excelent Filet Mignon and salads.
Less than exciting. The food was pretty good and is priced well....I had the prime rib and my date had the filet. The view of the strip is great, but doesn't make up for the barely adequate service and a questionable bar/wine cellar. The wine list is thin and of the two bottles I ask for....both were sold out. OK, no problem, got something by the glass and then ask for an after dinner port. No port to be had in the restaurant....
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