Travelers can enjoy a Strip-quality dinner at Steaks & Beer. The name of Steaks & Beer reflects Native Las Vegan Eric Scott's simple vision, which also comes across in the ambience and menu. There are only two small tables inside, along with some outdoor seating in a gazebo-like structure that sits above a fishpond. Contemporary rock music plays — not too loud — as Scott simultaneously hustles appetizers, salads, steaks, and desserts through various stages of preparation with seemingly effortless timing. Despite this pressure, on an unusually busy March evening, Scott took the time to chat with patrons at the bar about which steak he recommended and why. He opened a bottle of Merlot — one of the only four wines served — while explaining that he preferred the T-bone, but American diners mostly go for the fat-marbled rib eye.