Dr. Michael J. Signorelli - Proprietor

Dr. Michael J. Signorelli the proprietor of the Golden Steer Steakhouse in Las Vegas acquired this world famous dining establishment in 2001 from the original owner. The opportunity was unique since the Golden Steer is not just a fine dining establishment but the oldest Steakhouse in Las Vegas and a historical business. With its reputation for exceptional food and service along with the past and present from the World of Business, Sports and Entertainment who have dined here and are still dining at the Golden Steer, It's a privilege to look forward to our next century of business in the entertainment capital of the world serving "The Best Steaks on Earth". Come and enjoy a one of a kind dining experience.

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The Golden Steer, Off the Upper Strip

Everyone has eaten at the Golden Steer, the city’s oldest steakhouse (1958), from Elvis, Sinatra and Muhammad Ali to modern regulars like Mario Andretti. Just a block off the Strip near the Stratosphere, it feels frozen in time, dark with red leather banquettes and Old West art. Come for this wonderful old Vegas atmosphere, and come back for the delicious food, not exactly a bargain, but appreciably more reasonable than the Strip’s many high-end celebrity chef steakhouses. It was voted Best Steakhouse 2013 by Las Vegas Journal Review readers, and features old school touches like Caesar salad prepared tableside from a rolling cart, Dover Sole deboned tableside, classic starters like jumbo shrimp cocktail and crab cakes, and the main event - huge steaks with all the classic sides, from creamed spinach to hash browns. 

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Golden Steer, 308 W. Sahara Ave, 384-4470.

Open since 1958, the Golden Steer Steakhouse is more famous for its well-known visitors (Sinatra, Sammy and Elvis, to name a few) and sticking-to-the-throwback vibe than its classic cuisine. But order that most vintage Vegas meal—mixing and matching filet mignon or a juicy New York strip with a lobster tail or crab legs—and you’ll be impressed with how fresh and flavorful old-school food can be.

Golden Steer Steakhouse in Las Vegas Re-dedicates Famous Booth to Mayor’s Goodman
The Golden Steer Steakhouse, established in 1958, has a history of clientele that frequented the world famous restaurant for the last 53 years. This esteemed group of Celebrities, Sports Figures, Actors and Dignitaries often required private booths that would be continually reserved for them in the oldest steakhouse in Las Vegas.  

ELV was there Friday afternoon, interviewing owner Dr. Michael Signorelli and his staff for an upcoming article in VEGAS magazine. That night, Muhammad “I am the Greatest” Ali dropped in for dinner.

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