The Aria is among the prominent landmarks in Las Vegas, Nevada and the Jean Georges Steakhouse is among its most popular restaurants. The dining experience here dazzles the five senses from the chic interiors to the sumptuous food. The prices may be expensive as befits a fine dining restaurant but the superb food and drinks are well worth it.
Here at Jean Georges Steakhouse, diners satisfy their deep craving for Kobe A5, the best beef in the culinary world! This isn’t your simple steak because it has been prepared with the expertise of professional chefs trained by the head chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten himself.
Below are the latest Jean Georges Steakhouse menu prices.
|Gulf Shrimp Cocktail||$26.00|
|Oysters on the Half Shell||$28.00|
|Crispy Sushi Sampler||$24.00|
Soup & Salad
|Sweet Corn Soup||$18.00|
|Dungeness Crab Cake||$24.00|
|Smoked Baby Back Ribs||$23.00|
|Pepper-Crusted Foie Gras||$32.00|
|Preferred for The Entire Table (Per Person)||$149.00|
|Wine Pairing Available (Per Person)||$65.00|
|Premium Wine Pairing Available (Per Person)||$120.00|
|Smoked Wagyu Brisket||$85.00|
|Rack of American Lamb||$89.00|
|Wagyu Tomahawk (42 oz.)||$265.00|
|Bone-In Chateaubriand (32 oz.)||$165.00|
|Prime Filet Mignon (8 oz.)||$58.00|
|Prime New York Strip (12 oz.)||$62.00|
|Prime Bone-In Rib Eye (18 oz.)||$72.00|
|Prime Porterhouse (36 oz.)||$139.00|
|Tajima Wagyu Filet (6 oz.)||$69.00|
|Bone-In Dry-Aged NY (16 oz.)||$82.00|
|100% Grass-Fed Filet (8 oz.)||$59.00|
|A5 Certified Kobe Beef (3 oz., 6 oz., or 9 oz.) - 1 oz.||$60.00|
|King Crab Legs (1/2 lb.)||$44.00|
|U4 Salt Water Prawns (2 Pc.)||$38.00|
|Dungeness Crab Oscar||$22.00|
|Grilled Maine Lobster (Per Person)||$75.00|
|Ferndale Foie Gras (4 oz.)||$32.00|
|Chilean Sea Bass||$46.00|
|Grilled Maine Lobster||$75.00|
|Crunchy Organic Chicken||$38.00|
|Soy-Glazed Short Rib||$42.00|
|Creamed or Sautéed Spinach||$15.00|
|Black Truffle Mac n Cheese||$18.00|
|Mashed Yukon Potatoes||$16.00|
|Truffle Mashed Potatoes||$18.00|
|Salt-Crusted Baked Potato||$14.00|
The Jean Georges Steakhouse in Aria was opened in 2010. Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the chef behind it, envisioned the restaurant as going over and beyond the traditional definition of an American steakhouse. His menu then features only premium meats and seafood sourced worldwide, as well as an array of creative side dishes and handcrafted sauces.
What It’s Famous For
The Jean Georges Steakhouse is a multi-awarded fine dining restaurant, thanks to its finest selections of steaks and wines – truly, the ultimate combo for the American palate. Its recognitions include 2016 Best Dish For Fall for its Soy Glazed Short Rib at the Dining Awards by Vegas Seven), 2011 and 2016 Best of Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator Magazine, and 2010 Top 5 Steakhouses in Las Vegas by Haute Living.
Why Eat Here
Keep in mind that the Jean Georges Steakhouse prides itself on being among the best fine dining restaurants in Las Vegas. Diners should then remember their fine dining etiquette, as well as avoid bringing their kids and pets to the restaurant. The dress code is on the dressy side – business suits for the men and cocktail dresses for the women are preferred – as befitting the upscale ambiance.
The chic contemporary interiors are on bright and airy so it’s a great place to see and be seen. But the staff themselves are discreet in their dealings with customers so the adage about what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas applies to the restaurant, too.
Be sure to make your reservations before coming to the restaurant. Bring along your family and friends for dinner and for after-drinks work, too, thanks to the restaurant’s full bar. The place also has a few televisions and free Wi-Fi access, as well as gender neutral restrooms.
Of course, the best reason for coming to the Jean Georges Steakhouse is the glorious food! The dinner menu is among the most impressive in Aria, if not in Las Vegas. Every dish is a satisfying meal in itself but your dining experience will be incomplete if you don’t order the other courses on the menu.
The Shellfish Platter has lobster, king crab, oysters, clams, and Gulf shrimp, all of which have been prepared to perfection so every bite feels like a luxury. The East and West Coast Crispy Sushi Sampler whets your appetite without making you feel too full – unless you don’t share it with your fellow diners.
The soup and salads aren’t your usual homemade dishes because these have been prepared, after all, by one the best chefs in the world. There’s a refreshing quality to the soups while the salads have the perfect balance of flavors and textures to them. The choices include Butternut Squash Soup, Iceberg Wedge, Blue Cheese & Crispy Bacon, Tomato Salad, Hearts of Palm & Coconut, Caesar Salad, Parmesan, Lemon & Chili, and Beet & Frisee.
The appetizers are world-class in quality, too. The Black Pepper Shrimp and Tempura Calamari are so flavorful you may be tempted to finish everything on your plate and skip the next course. The Grilled Octopus and Caramelized Foie Gras are for the more adventurous palate while the Sriracha Dip, BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribs, and Tamarind BBQ are for diners who want the familiar dishes with a gourmet twist.
No fine dining restaurant will be complete without its own tasting menu and the Jean Georges Steakhouse has its world-class version. The menu includes mouthwatering dishes like Osetra Caviar, Egg Toast & Herbs, Foie Gras Brulee, Spice-Crusted Wagyu Tenderloin, and Salted Caramel Sundae. There’s also a Tableside Carvery with Smoked Wagyu Brisket, Rack of American Lamb, and 42oz Wagyu Tomahawk, among others.
For the meat lovers, the meats are grilled over apricot wood and finished with sea salt, cracked pepper, and rendered beef fat for a juicy, succulent and tender dish. Choices include prime filet mignon, New York strip, prime bone-in rib eye, prime porterhouse, and Tajima Wagyu filet.
The seafood menu is just as scrumptious with king crab legs, saltwater prawns, Dungeness crab, and grilled Maine lobster. The sides aren’t your fast-food fries either with choices like grilled asparagus, creamed spinach, and trumpet mushrooms, even a decadent black truffle mac ‘n cheese.
The Jean Georges Steakhouse also offers private dining for groups. There are 266 seats in total distributed in the main dining room, semi-private area, and boardroom as well as in the wine alcove and chef’s table.
To learn more about Jean Georges Steakhouse or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.aria.com.