Michelin-Starred Cote Korean Steakhouse is Coming to Las Vegas

Cote Korean Steakhouse, the first and only Korean steakhouse with a Michelin star, is coming to the Las Vegas Strip early next year.

The Cote Korean Steakhouse outpost in Las Vegas will be added to the Venetian as part of the resort’s planned $1.5 billion overhaul, according to Eater Las Vegas. It will mark the restaurant’s first location on the West Coast.

When it does open, it will be located inside of the waterfall atrium at The Venetian near Donotique and Wolfgang Puck’s Cut. There will be more than 10,000 square feet of interior dining space, as well as a dry-aging room, private dining rooms, and a DJ booth for live entertainment.

Of course, you don’t get a Michelin Star without some serious culinary muscle. To that end, the Cote Korean Steakhouse Las Vegas will serve the same top-tier wagyu steak, award-winning wine menu, and smokeless table grills that put it on the map in the first place.

Korean steak houses and Korean BBQ restaurants generally feature in-table grills that allow you — or a server — to cook meat right before your eyes. The difference for Cote Korean Steakhouse is that they offer the highest quality Kobe, Sendai, and Miyazaki wagyu beef that as been dry-aged for between 45 and 120 days.

Cote Korean Steakhouse has also received recognition — and four separate James Beard nominations — for its extensive wine list. Rest assured that the Las Vegas location will also feature the same list, which includes more than 1,200 labels.

The new steakhouse is sure to anchor many of the other changes coming to The Venetian, which is already one of the best all-inclusive resorts in Las Vegas.

Media credit: Images courtesy of cotekoreansteakhouse.com

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