Twin Creeks

It's All in the Details at Twin Creeks Steakhouse.

Chef Jaimee Pepe is at the helm of Twin Creeks Steakhouse, which proudly serves 100% Certified Black Angus beef. The difference is in the details at this award-winning steakhouse, with its unique brand of personal touches developed over nearly two decades of operation.

The Prime-grade 16-ounce New York Strip is hand-cut in house and char-grilled on a Montague broiler, which the chef calls the "Cadillac of the kitchen." The beef can be finished with a choice of eight sauces and toppings, including a unique coffee crust, brandy peppercorn, or the classic French demi-glace.

At 40 ounces, the colossal Creekstone Farms Tomahawk serves two, filling the table with lobster mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, black-truffle butter, and two scratch-made sauces.  (And if you're feeling lucky, you might be dining for free tonight!)
Twin Creeks Steakhouse; Creekstone Farms Tomahawk for Two; Seafood Quartet; Premium Steaks; Delectable Seafood

Diners love the Lobster Bisque, made from an old-school recipe with a rich Pernod cream and assembled table side. The grilled Caesar salad is a masterpiece of flavor, topped with a dressing made of Parmesan (which has been smoked in-house), and topped with charred avocado, tomato tapenade and brioche dust.

Dinner begins with fresh bread service, featuring three house-made selections and a choice of accompaniments. The hand-made butter, which is rumored to have its own fan club, is cultured and churned right in the kitchen.

The dessert list is over-the-top, including a house-made tiramisu and a deconstructed lemon curd streusel, which gets raves from diners. The chef's trio of sorbets is also made fresh daily.

The dining experience is complemented with an extensive wine list, and a selection of boutique bourbons.

The word is spreading!  Las Vegas magazine recently raved about their visit to Twin Creeks:

"It's hard not to be impressed at the level of detail that you encounter at Twin Creeks Steakhouse at the Silverton.  As far as neighborhood steakhouses go, this is one of the better experiences you'll find in the entire Las Vegas valley." - Las Vegas Magazine

In our blog:  "Under the Radar" menu items at Twin Creeks.
Twin Creeks Steakhouse; Lemon Curd; Smokin Sazerac

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