The Steak house at Circus Circus Marks its 30th Anniversary with an Unbeatable Dinner Special
Enjoy a complete Petite Filet or Prime Rib dinner for $30 throughout the month of June

In a city that is continuously evolving its culinary scene with new restaurant venues both on and off The Strip, it’s rare to find an establishment that has withstood the test of time and remained a favorite of Las Vegas locals and tourists alike for three decades. The Steak House at Circus Circus has reached a landmark 30 years of service and recognizes this milestone is a cause for celebration. Throughout the month of June, loyal guests and first time visitors can commemorate The Steak House’s anniversary by enjoying a $30 Petite Filet or Prime Rib dinner special.

True to The Steak House’s tradition of serving meals instead of items à la carte, the anniversary special comes with fresh baked breads, choice of house salad or black bean soup, chef’s selection of fresh vegetables and choice of garlic mashed potatoes, baked potato or rice pilaf.

“The Steak House is an important and valued member of our Circus Circus family,” said Don Thrasher, president & COO of Circus Circus. “This special place is an excellent representation of everything a steak house should be and has maintained the highest standards of quality cuisine, menu presentation and service for 30 years.”

Since opening its doors in 1982, The Steak House at Circus Circus has been the epitome of quality and value offering traditional steak house cuisine such as tender and flavorful premium cut steaks and fresh seafood, all at reasonable prices. Steaks are aged in The Steak House’s own dry aging room and then cooked to perfection on a mesquite grill in the center of the dining room. This demonstration kitchen adds an element of excitement and creates a mouthwatering aroma that fills the room. The experienced staff continues to provide professional service and excels at offering guests a fine dining experience in a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere.

It’s safe to say that guests and critics have noticed. The Steak House has been voted “Best of Las Vegas” in Las Vegas Review-Journal’s annual readers’ poll for more than 20 years and Zagat named it the “Top Steakhouse in Las Vegas” in 2011.