Steakhouses provide an ideal blend of menu magic and ambient allure, giving them an edge over less-appealing gastro-housing such as cabbage shacks, bass castles, and rib cribs. Make meat's home where your mouth is with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of upscale fare and drinks at Boa. This deal expires three months from today's date, is not valid for specials, and is good at Boa’s South Las Vegas Boulevard location only.
Boa provides diners with a ’luxe menu of highbrow hunger-halters. Start the mouth-pampering merriment with a tartare of charred tuna ($19) or prime steak ($18), or opt to begin with a BLT salad that makes the classic sandwich seems as outdated as dinosaur-skin bell-bottoms ($12). Atlantic salmon ($29), jumbo prawns ($34), and whole Maine lobster (market price) provide seafood savorers with a nautical nosh, and a 40-day dry-aged New York strip ($46) and New Zealand lamb T-bones ($39) make every bite a protein-powered meatstravaganza. Like a tuxedo worn over a tuxedo T-shirt, 12 different rubs, crusts, and sauces help turn the menu’s premium steaks and chops into even-more-premium double-barreled flavor cannons.
A lunch menu sports an expanded selection of sandwiches and entree salads, perfect for fueling up for afternoon business meetings and crab-walking marathons. Day or night, a chic interior heavy on natural materials and studded by 800-year-old driftwood gives Boa an atmosphere of elegance, while outdoor seating with views of the Strip enables diners to tickle taste buds while dominating strangers in undeclared staring contests.
Boa Steakhouse is highly rated by Zagat users, earning a 24 for food, 23 for décor, and 22 for service. Yelpers and OpenTable reviewers give Boa a four-star average, and Citysearchers give it an average of 4.5 stars:
- “Mind-blowing cocktails” fuel the “sexy” scene at this “way too hip” LA chophouse import in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace featuring “excellent” dry-aged steaks paired with “superb sauces” and served in “sleek”, “modern” quarters. – Zagat
- The bar has a hip, lounge-like setting and the couples' booths allow you to slide next to one another for the meal... the petite filet came out a perfect medium rare with plenty of rubs and sauces to choose from. – dallas_foodie, Citysearch