Stanton Social Prime is a modern steakhouse and lounge at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. You can expect a taste of New York with iconic menu items from the original Stanton Social restaurant, all under the creative direction of Chef Chris Santos, known from Food Network’s Chopped.
The setting is a blend of modern art deco design, providing an upscale ambience to enjoy prime steaks and creative cuisine.
Caesars Palace Las Vegas is a veritable playground of indulgence where luxury and excitement collide. From dining at celebrity chef restaurants like Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen to witnessing mind-blowing shows like Absinthe, every moment here is designed to dazzle. And if shopping is your guilty pleasure, The Forum Shops won’t disappoint with their impressive array of high-end boutiques.
Here’s what users have said about the Stanton Social Prime:
We selected this restaurant because of its proximity to The Colosseum for the Garth Brooks show, which coincided with Garth Brooks Vegas 2023’s opening weekend. Consequently, the restaurant and casino were bustling with crowds. Although we had reservations and were promptly seated, our server seemed a bit overwhelmed by the crowd, resulting in less attentive service than we had anticipated given the overall cost of the meal. However, the exceptional food more than made up for any shortfall. We opted for a variety of dishes, including a seafood tower, lobster macaroni, and filet. From the appetizing presentation to the phenomenal taste, the food proved to be well worth the wait.
The atmosphere and food were enjoyable, but both steaks were unevenly cooked, which was disappointing given the price. The service was surprisingly awful, especially considering the price and location, and it ultimately tainted the experience. While I wanted to love this place and already miss Old Homestead, I have been to other new restaurants at Caesars properties without any issues, particularly with service.
Last week, I visited SSP for the first time. The location, decor, and atmosphere were disappointing. However,
the staff was attentive, and the service was good, though not exceptional. Both our steaks were cooked perfectly as requested, and the cocktails were fantastic. The pink peppercorn filet was incredible, despite the steep price of $89. If we return, I would definitely order it again since it’s one of the best steaks I’ve had in a while. The steak frites and shoestring french fries were also delicious. The salad selection and sides were not impressive, but the house salad we ordered and shared was decent. We chose to skip the sides to make room for dessert. We rarely have space for dessert, but the key lime pie on the menu was tempting. Unfortunately, the pie disappointed us. It was a tiny mediocre slice covered in an excessive amount of meringue, which we both dislike. I suggest skipping it. Overall, the meal was good, but considering the price of $350 (including tip), the experience was what you would expect.