Whether you’re new to Outback Steakhouse and want to try it on your visit to Las Vegas, or you’re an Outback regular just needing your Bloomin’ Onion fix, you’ll find two Outback Steakhouse restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip.
One is by the MGM Grand on the South end of the Las Vegas Strip, while the other occupies the top floor of the Casino Royale, in between Harrah’s Hotel and Casino and the Venetian on the north end of the Strip.
Both restaurants share a similar décor, menu, and some tables with great views of the action on Las Vegas Boulevard below. The only real difference between the two is that the one at the Casino Royale stays open until 1 a.m., whereas the one by the MGM Grand closes each day at midnight.
For out purposes here, we’ll break these two restaurants down by referring to them as the North Strip location (Casino Royale), and South Strip (MGM Grand).
North Strip Outback Steakhouse
This north-Strip Outback is located on the second story above the Casino Royale casino floor. A select few tables give diners a good view of the Mirage Hotel and Casino across the street.
If you happen to earn some comp dollars playing slots or table games at Casino Royale, you can apply those comps to your bill at this Outback.
Las Vegas, NV. 89109
Phone Number: (702) 251-7770
11:00 a.m. to 1 a.m., seven days a week.
South Strip Outback Steakhouse
This Outback is located on the 4th floor of the Showcase Mall, just steps away from the MGM Grand, and directly across the street from the New York – New York Hotel and Casino and the Monte Carlo.
This is the one next to the large green Coke bottle shown in the photo above. In fact, you get to the the restaurant by taking the elevator inside the Coca-Cola bottle.
This location has some seating that offers fantastic views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone number: (702) 220-4185
11:00 a.m to Midnight, Seven days a week.
Las Vegas Strip Outback Menus
Both of these Las Vegas Boulevard Outbacks have a menu that doesn’t vary from the Outback restaurants across the United States. You’ll find the famous Bloomin’ Onion, the delicious and popular Chicken Tortilla soup, signature steaks, chicken, ribs, burgers, etc. As always, you can always shell out a little more for some seafood add-ons to your steak. I can’t resist adding the five grilled shrimp to my steak. One day, if I ever win at the craps table, I’ll go all “big spender” and add the grilled lobster tail to my steak order.
The main difference between Las Vegas Boulevard Outback Steakhouses and other locations is that prices here on the Strip seem to be more expensive than you’ll typically find elsewhere. Still, considering most of the traditional Las Vegas Strip steakhouses are much more pricier, many visitors find Outback to be a much better value for their vacation dollar. (Not to mention more casual and convenient).
I’ve provided the phone numbers for both of these restaurants, and it’s a good idea to call first to see if you want to get on the wait list (if there happens to be one that night). Also, parties of 8 or more should definitely call ahead before arriving.
I mentioned there were just two Outbacks on the Las Vegas Strip. That’s true, however there is one other Outback on Las Vegas Boulevard, albeit one that is just a little south of the Strip.
This third Outback is a stand-alone restaurant located at the entrance of the Las Vegas Premium Outlets South mall, just about a 5 minute drive (2 and ½ miles) south of Mandalay Bay.
In addition, to these three on, or near the Strip, there are three other Outback Steakhouses in Las Vegas, not including the Outback Steakhouse in Henderson, NV, which is a community well to the south and east of the Strip.