Closed for Renovations
Celebrating 20 years at The Venetian Resort. Emeril Lagasse’s spicy New Orleans influence combined with classic steakhouse traditions, complemented by an extensive whiskey collection.
Owned and operated by renowned Chef Emeril Lagasse, Delmonico Steakhouse delivers soul-stirring New Orleans-style cuisine with the signature bold flavors that only Chef Lagasse can offer. Enjoy specialties like in-house, dry-aged bone-in rib steak, Emeril’s New Orleans barbecue shrimp, double-cut pork chop, and chateaubriand carved tableside. Handcrafted cocktails and a “Grand Award” winning wine list round out the perfect lunch or dinner. The restaurant's design is modern, yet traditional. Its 12-foot oak doors open to reveal a comfortable and intimate setting. Every detail, including vaulted ceilings, a petite grand piano, and handsome glass French doors accent Delmonico's simple sophistication.
James Beard Award-winning Chef Emeril Lagasse opened Delmonico Steakhouse in May 1999 at The Venetian Las Vegas. A classic steakhouse with Creole influences, the name is a tribute to the more-than-a-century-old Delmonico restaurant along the famed streetcar line on St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans. Chef Emeril Lagasse purchased, renovated, and reopened the landmark New Orleans restaurant in 1998 as Emeril’s Delmonico, honoring its Creole tradition.
Chef de Cuisine Ronnie Rainwater has a philosophy and style in the kitchen using top-quality seasonal products, preparing them simply and expertly, and using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Only the best prime quality aged beef is used, resulting in juicy and tender steak. The menu at Delmonico Steakhouse boasts more than the average steakhouse, incorporating a unique selection of seasonal fresh seafood appetizers and entrees, along with other main dishes such as chicken, pork, and lamb dishes.
For the ultimate dining experience, Sommelier Dylan Amos is available to hand-select the perfect wines from the Wine Spectator Grand Award-winning wine list of more than 2,300 selections.