Peter Luger Steak House to debut at Caesars Palace this fall

August 30, 2023
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This is the first domestic expansion for the restaurant chain in six decades.

Caesars Palace will be the home of the latest Peter Luger Steak House restaurant location, which is scheduled to open this fall. For the past 60 years, the restaurant had not expanded in the US.

And yet patrons can now make reservations for the restaurant on OpenTable in anticipation of the opening.

Peter Luger Steak House opened its first location in Brooklyn, New York in 1887, and has prided itself on serving quality beef to its guests for more than 135 years. The Peter Luger Las Vegas restaurant has designed a dry-aging facility to use on-site “to ensure that rigorous, time-tested standards are met.”

Company VP Daniel Turtel described its partnership with Caesars Palace as ideal and noted its location could broaden the restaurant’s reach.

He said, “Caesars Palace is an iconic resort and this partnership has allowed us to bring our family’s restaurant to the other side of America.

“From the classic industrial design that recalls the Brooklyn original to a state-of-the-art dry-aging room that keeps everything in-house, Caesars has worked with us tirelessly to bring our beloved brand to the heart of Las Vegas. We’re eager to open our doors.”

Caesars Palace VP and Assistant General Manager Terrence O’Donnell said the company is eager to welcome the first West Coast location to Las Vegas.

He commented, “Caesars Palace has a long history of firsts and has played an instrumental role in elevating the culinary landscape of Las Vegas. We are so proud to bring the timeless tradition of Peter Luger to the West Coast for the first time.

“We know our guests will love the understated elegance and commitment to quality Peter Luger will bring to the wide array of dynamic offerings at Caesars Palace.”


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