This steakhouse has been in the meatpacking district in Manhattan since way before it was cool, 1868. The Vegas version is compliments of Greg and Marc Sherry, brothers whose family has been operating Old Homestead from the very start. With such an impressive pedigree, it's a given this place serves up prime beef in big, bold portions. The signature steak is a velvety 16-ounce bone-in filet mignon ($72). Old Homestead steaks have the best outer-meat-char I've ever drooled over. They also do the ribeye lollipop-style, served on the massive "dinosaur bone" (32 ounces, $99). My pick is the New York Strip (16 ounces, $63), impeccably beefy and needing none of the four classic sauces available. There's a little bit of seafood, and extensive if unsurprising appetizers and side starches rounding out the menu and, as you have read, the prices are high. Worth it? If you love beef, and appreciate an undiluted steakhouse experience, this might be your spot.