T-Bones Chophouse

A modern interpretation of the classic American chophouse, T-bones features USDA Prime dry-aged beef, an excellent selection of the freshest seafood, creative sides and comfortingly decadent desserts. The steaks start with the best cuts of meat, seasoned simply and cooked to perfection, delivered to your table nicely charred and bursting with flavor. After your first bite of T-bones’ tender, oversized prime steak, you’ll instantly taste why we’ve been voted the Best Steakhouse in Las Vegas.

Red Rock Resort
Dinner service begins at 5 p.m. daily
redrock.sclv.com

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702.797.7576

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