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CUT, Wolfgang Puck's sixth Las Vegas restaurant, opened with a bang in March 2008 at the new Palazzo Hotel Resort Casino. Located near the resort's majestic waterfall and fountains, which mark the elegant shopping and dining oasis that is the Palazzo, CUT is in great company. That's because the Palazzo boasts more than 60 international boutiques, 20 of which have made their Las Vegas debut there, including Barney's and Lamborghini. You may have tried the original CUT in Beverly Hills, the Richard Meier-designed property in the Beverly Wilshire, a Four Seasons Hotel; if so, you probably found yourself wishing that this fantastic steakhouse had a sibling. Now it does. The Las Vegas location is already one of the hottest restaurants in town thanks to its beautiful design, its extensive wine list and its creative menu, which includes something for everyone, not just steak lovers.

   
     
    
Upon walking through the inviting lounge, which is described in more detail in our "Appealing Highlights" section, and past the smiling hostess at the hostess station, you'll encounter the main dining room, which is a feast for the eyes. You can see a peek of it from the lounge area, but it's nothing like walking into the real deal. The space was designed by Las Vegas-based Avery Brooks & Associate (ABA) with intention of marrying a modern design with the traditional steakhouse concept. The restaurant seats about 160 and is nothing less than magnificent. A basket woven felt wall tops both the left and right side of the dining room; underneath on the right is a creamy wall lit from below, while on the left are bronzed mirrored walls. The ceilings are mirrored as well and hide the speakers through which music plays throughout the evening. The walnut floor is complemented in part by a custom-made carpet that's a beautiful combination of rich abstract earth tones. One row of booths along the right wall completes the dining room, along with two rows of tables. Space between diners is generous. The booths to the right are of the same design as in the lounge and provide ultimate dining comfort. Tables here are quite large and provide ample room for your dining pleasure. The room itself is long and rectilinear and there is a small alcove to the left immediately as you enter, which provides booth seating, a drop hood that illuminates the table dining area and an excellent view of the entire dining scene. Toward the back of the room are more mirrors and glass that's etched with an abstract design, which surrounds the dining area.

   
     
      
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