It’s only fitting that when Bally’s Las Vegas rebrands into a Horseshoe property later this year it will have a throwback steakhouse honoring a casino legend. Jack Binion’s Steak, named after the former Horseshoe president, ties the restaurant directly to Horseshoe lore.
“Infusing new food and beverage options is an important step as we transition to Horseshoe Las Vegas,” said Jason Gregorec, the resort’s senior vice president and general manager. “Jack Binion’s Steak is an iconic dining experience that guests have grown to love at Horseshoe Casinos, and we are proud to bring it to The Strip.”
Jack Binion’s steaks are selected from Black Angus corn-fed cattle for superior marbling and aged for 28 days. All steaks are finished on an 1,800-degree broiler to deliver a perfectly seared and seasoned masterpiece.
The restaurant features updated takes on classic steakhouse fare, including oysters Rockefeller, shrimp cocktail featuring jumbo prawns, rotisserie chicken with barbecue beans and a 24-ounce “Jack’s Cut” slow roasted prime rib. Seafood fans will appreciate the decadence of Jack Binion’s colossal seafood tower, which features six types of crab, including Merus king crab legs, known as the “Filet Mignon of Crab,” alongside colossal shrimp, Blue Point oysters and Maine lobster tail. Be sure to save room for one of the lust-worthy desserts like the Banana Cream Pie featuring a pecan and ganache shell.