Planet Hollywood Steakhouse

The Planet Hollywood Steakhouse, which is officially named Strip House, is one of the many go-to restaurants on the property (another is Pampas Las Vegas, a Brazilian Steakhouse). 

Strip House Steakshouse

The restaurant features a romantic lounge atmosphere, iconic martinis, an extensive wine list, an indulgent menu, and top-notch service. Whether you are looking for a party of 2 or intimate private dining rooms for a larger party, they’ve got you covered.

Here’s everything you need to know before you go.

Steakhouse Atmosphere

Steakhouse Atmosphere

Strip House at Planet Hollywood, which is a Caesars Entertainment property, is often described as the ultimate classic steakhouse experience where old-world glamour meets modern style and sophistication. This is a sultry steakhouse with a burlesque atmosphere, including captivating vintage black-and-white photographs, mood lighting, and a deep red color palette.

Chef Andreas Seidel and Christopher Acino

Though he’s not specifically on-site all the time at the Las Vegas location, Chef Andreas Seidel is the mind behind the concept.

After starting his career at 15 and getting his chef’s degree, Chef Seidel worked in Europe for a while before moving to New York City to work with the world’s top chefs. In 2014 he joined Strip House, where he continues to serve as the Executive Concept Chef.

Chef Christopher Acino is the Executive Chef at the Las Vegas location though he remains a bit of a mystery as it seems he keeps a quiet online profile.

Steakhouse at Planet Hollywood Resort Menu

The menu focuses on the decadent combination of premium charred cuts perfectly paired with decadent sides and a few seafood specials that will make your dining experience in Las Vegas unforgettable.


Tuna Tara in Appetizers

Starting your meal with an appetizer is always a great idea. They have classic options plus a few modern ones. If you want to go the traditional route, you can’t go wrong with the Jumbo Lump Crab Cake with a Chipotle Aioli. However, our favorite is the Roasted Bacon.

Raw Bar

Raw Bar

A fresh raw bar in the Las Vegas desert? Yep! They make you feel like you are on the beach with their oysters, crabmeat cocktail, and jumbo shrimp cocktail. Of course, they make the cocktail sauce in-house, too, as an extra detail that goes a long way.


Salads in Strip House Steakhouse

When you think of a steakhouse, a wedge or Caesar salad might come to mind. Strip House has its own take on these classics, but Chef Seidel and his team have also come up with a few more modern salad options like the Bufala Burrata.

Strip House Steaks

Strip House Steaks

When it comes to sizzling steaks, this restaurant only serves prime cuts of charred beef to give you that unmistakable crust and tender center. They have both dry-aged and bone-in options. Steak sizes range from an 8-ounce filet mignon to a 38-ounce porterhouse for two and everything in between, like a 14 or 16-ounce New York Strip.

To take your meat to the next level, opt for one of the enhancements like Black Truffle Hollandaise Sauce, or you can also get delicious toppings like crab “Oscar style” or a Maine Lobster Tail.


Entrees in Strip House Steakhouse

In addition to steaks, they have delicious entree options, including seafood like Miso Sea Bass and Faroe Island Salmon, and for those who just want chicken, get the Crispy Organic Chicken with a porcini rub, bordelaise, and market vegetables.


Sides in Strip House Steakhouse

All of the steaks and entrees can be paired with decadent sides like black truffle creamed spinach and goose-fat potatoes. Other side dishes include Drunken Cremini Mushrooms, Strip House Potatoes, which are twice-baked potato gratin, and creamy Mac and Cheese. 

Our best tip? Have everyone in your party order their own steak or entree and then get a variety of sides for the table. Trust us. You’ll want to try them all!


Entrees in Steakhouse

Don’t forget to save room for dessert. After you enjoy dinner, the dessert menu is worth a look. It features a signature 24-Layer Chocolate Cake and a New York Cheesecake with an Oreo Cookie Crust, among others.

Want to combine dessert and drinks? The Espresso Martini is a must, as it’s topped with the 24-Layer Cake Crumbles!


From iconic martinis to unique takes on classic cocktails and premium, over-the-top libations, this restaurant has some great drink choices. Try the Strip Tease Martini or the Smoked Vanilla Spice Manhattan. When it comes to premium cocktails, the Barrel-Aged Old Fashioned is a must.

Every steakhouse has an extensive wine list, and this one is no exception. For a luxurious dinner, we recommend one of the Coravin Reserve Wines. All are available by the 6-ounce glass. If wine is not your thing, there are a few domestic, import, and craft beers on the beverage menu, too.

Additionally, one of the unique offerings is the selection of rare scotch, all from highly touted regions for scotch, like Speyside.

Private Dining

Private Dining

From semi-private dining and intimate private dining rooms to full restaurant exclusive buyouts, special occasions are unforgettable at Strip House in Las Vegas.

A few private dining rooms include the Wine Cellar Dining Room, which is best for parties of 8 or fewer. The Steak Bar is semi-private in the lounge and can accommodate parties of up to 16, and Prime Group Dining, which hosts parties of 9-125.


striphouse dining area

The prices are about what you would expect for any steakhouse, especially on the Las Vegas Strip. Officially, it is considered a “three dollar sign” restaurant.

Appetizers, the Raw bar, and Salads range from $17-$28. Prime Cuts start at $53 and go up to $135 for the Porterhouse for Two, with enhancements and toppings ranging from $6-$29. Dinner entrees are between $36 and $56, while sides are all between $14-$17.


Many reviews rave about how the ambiance is great and the service is attentive. Quite a number point out that the manager visits every table to ensure satisfaction, too.

Reviews of the food tend to be primarily stellar, though some find a few small things that can be improved upon. However, take those reviews with a grain of salt because everyone’s preferences are different.

Overall, you can expect decadent dishes, steaks cooked to perfection, and a quality evening at this restaurant.


The restaurant doesn’t explicitly state that reservations are required, but a reservation is customary for any upscale steakhouse, this one included. You can make reservations online here.

Dress Code

steakhouse Dress Code

The dress code is business casual. This means gentlemen should wear sports coats or blazers, collared shirts, and casual slacks, and ladies should wear blouses, dresses, or skirts.


The Steakhouse is open Sunday through Thursday from 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM and offers late-night service on Friday and Saturday from 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM.

Las Vegas Location

Strip House is located at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on the Mezzanine level near the theaters. The official address is 3667 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109.

Planet Hollywood Steakhouse Property Map

Key Takeaways

  • Strip House at Planet Hollywood features an intimate, romantic atmosphere that is perfection.
  • Highlights of the food menu include the Sizzling Steaks, Truffle Creamed Spinach, Goose Fat Potatoes, and the 24-Layer Chocolate Cake.
  • The establishment has a full bar with beer, wine, cocktails, and even rare scotch.
  • Reservations are recommended, and the dress code is business casual.
  • Intimate private dining rooms like the Wine Cellar Dining Room are available to reserve for a private party.
  • The restaurant is open for dinner 7 days a week from 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM on weeknights and 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM on weekends.

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