Arty’s Steakhouse: Where Steak Meets Art in North Las Vegas

A sprawling steakhouse and art gallery dubbed Arty’s Steakhouse is coming to the historic Commercial Center in Las Vegas later this year.

Slated to occupy the space formerly belonging to Cue Club, Arty’s Steakhouse will bring a 9,000 square-foot venue that will include multiple bars, art gallery spaces, dining areas, and more, according to Eater Las Vegas.

The space will be unique in a number of different ways. For one, it’ll be a 24-hour steakhouse serving up quality meat sourced from the same suppliers who sell steaks and other meat to some of the best restaurants in Las Vegas.

Along with classic steakhouse options, expect unique twists on the steakhouse experience, such as steak fried rice. One major goal for the restaurant is also to have a thoroughly affordable space for Las Vegas — reportedly, the owners are planning to let people get a steak, side dish, and cocktail for around $50 per person.

Plans for Arty’s Steakhouse also include two full bars. One of them will serve locally brewed Vesta coffee in the mornings, while the other will be focused on gaming. Expect delicious cocktails and a strong emphasis on beer.

Of course, there will also be art — a lot of it. The restaurant is the brainchild of owner and art collector Derek Stonebarger, who is also the brains behind Rebar and Davy’s. According to Stonebarger, Arty’s Steakhouse is meant to be a “game changer for the area and for the Las Vegas art community.”

Though an exact opening date isn’t clear, there are plans to open the steakhouse by the end of summer.

In the mood for other great meat? Check out the VegasNews article on a legendary Brooklyn steakhouse coming to Vegas.

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