Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse doesn't get much ink, but the crab cake here is killer, and the steaks are fine, too. But the real reason to come is for their brioche bread pudding, two warm, egg-rich slabs of pure heaven alongside a scoop of vanilla ice cream, served in a pastry tuile. No wonder this restaurant won Desert Companion's 2011 Restaurant Awards for "Best Dessert of the Year." This bread pudding might not be the visual stunner that you'll find at a place like L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, but it has a solid, down-home appeal at Vic & Anthony's where the décor has a retro feel, courtesy of a stained glass skylight and amber-colored chandeliers shaped like giant starfish. There's also a gallery of black and white snaps of old Vegas. Say, isn't that Elvis standing toe to toe with Liberace?