We visited on a Sunday evening, not very busy. The decor is like one may find in an old school Vegas Steak house, but with a Rock and roll twist. Frank Sinatra plays in the background, just loud enough to know you're at HardRock, but not too loud to interfere with conversation.
While prices are slightly high, I tell you I'd be happy to pay the price to get the New York strip anytime that had the same flavor and perfect medium rare finish. This is a slightly hip Steakhouse,I gave it a 5, rating it with "Steakhouses" as a restaurant its still a 3-5 to 4, worthy of a visit for those wanting that genre'. i'd go back!
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