Laughlin Buzz

Apr 6, 2016

Review: Saltgrass Steakhouse at the Golden Nugget Laughlin

Laughlin, NV

Saltgrass Steakhouse at Golden Nugget Laughlin

April 2016

Golden Nugget Laughlin - Saltgrass Steakhouse Sign on the Laughlin Riverwalk
Golden Nugget Laughlin 


We saw the three new drinks on the menu that had been featured on an episode of Billion Dollar Buyer. So, we figured we might as well try them. They are made with a premium cocktail syrup from Liber & Co.  The one on the right is the Pomegranate Mojito and on the left is a Ginger Peach Lemonade. These were very good, although also a premium price.  


Based on a recommendation, we decided to try the Prime Rib at the Saltgrass Steakhouse.  The menu offers 9, 12, 16, or 20 oz. sizes.   Pictured below is the 12 oz. cut ($27.99), which seemed much bigger than that.   The Prime Rib was cooked perfectly and served Medium as ordered.  Great seasoning, taste, and melt in your mouth good.  It quite possibly might be one of the best Prime Ribs we have had in Laughlin.  The only one other even comes close, that being the one served on the Celebration Dinner River Cruise.  Of course, we haven't tried it everywhere yet.  But based on how good it was, the Prime Rib at the Saltgrass might be hard to beat.  

Prime Rib at Saltgrass Steakhouse 
Maudeen's Filet Oscar ($36.99) was also excellent.  (Not pictured) This is a 6 oz. Filet Mignon topped with Jumbo Lump Crabmeat.    This entree is served with fried asparagus, which was something we had not heard of. They were good, but we would of preferred regular steamed or grilled asparagus. 

Before this visit we had always enjoyed the Saltgrass but this dinner was by far the best one we have had there.  Both the Prime Rib and the Filet Mignon are highly recommended.   

All steaks are served with the choice of a side and a dinner salad. You may upgrade to a signature side or asparagus for an additional charge.  

The Saltgrass also has an Early Bird Dining Menu.  Sunday through Thursday 4-6PM (subject to change but accurate as of this post). 

We have had the Sirloin Steak and Shrimp special ($14.99).  It is good and well worth the price. There is an upcharge for a Baked Potato instead of the mashed and additional charge for a dinner salad. 

The Saltgrass in Laughlin also has a Happy Hour with Bar Food and Drink specials available in the (very small) bar area only.  

See the entire Saltgrass dinner menu here.   Opens as a .pdf file 

Service was virtually impecable, fast, friendly, helpful.  The restaurant was busy (and fairly loud as it always is) but overall we recommend it.  The prices range from the more inexpensive dinners and Happy Hours to the higher end steaks.  There is something for everyone, which explains why it is so popular.   

The Saltgrass did win the Overall Best Restaurant in the 2015 Best of Laughlin awards.  As well, as the Best Steakhouse.   Voting for the 2016 awards is going on and winners will be announced on April 21st.   Be sure to vote for your favorites.  Vote Here

The Saltgrass does accept comp points from the Golden Nugget players card, and if you have a Landry's Select Card you can earn points toward future discounts.   

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All reviews are our own personal experience, based on our tastes and preferences, and are presented for informational and entertainment purposes only. Your experience may vary.  All references to prices, menus, hours and other particulars are subject to change at the sole discretion of the restaurant or company involved.  We receive no compensation from the properties or restaurants and are not in any way affiliated with them. 

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