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Steelz, which opened its doors to diners at the beginning of September, arrays tables in what Las Vegas CityLife deems "much more than typical bar food," including specialty pizzas, burgers, and signature entrees. Sift fingers through or hide precious heirlooms inside a starter basket of sweet-potato, spicy harissa, or garlic-and-rosemary fries ($4.99) before sending jaws into smoky territory with the brie Angus burger, topped with applewood bacon, caramelized onions, and roasted-red-pepper aioli ($9.99). Four models of flatbread pizzas dapple their crispy stages with innovative toppings, such as the barbecue-chicken pizza's grilled poultry tidbits, spicy honey-molasses barbecue sauce, and spiced pears ($12.99). Apricot honey glaze and mango salsa lend the grilled salmon a tangy finish ($17.99), and diners can sweeten sides of saut?ed spinach by arranging Israeli couscous bits into a connect-the-dots depiction of a winking Popeye.