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ABOUT BESH STEAK
Besh Steak at Harrah’s New Orleans is a playful spin on the traditional steakhouse. The design is absolutely striking, with 150 rich brown leather seats, some in private curtained booths, set among crystal puddles of azure blue. A sleek, backlit wall of wine bottles is flanked by a glowing amber bar and an open brushed-silver kitchen. High-rolling guests and food critics alike will be swept away with the cool dining grandeur at this New Orleans fine dining destination.
The restaurant melds Chef John Besh's devotion to local Louisiana ingredients and techniques with traditional steakhouse menu items. Wine and spirits are also an integral part of the dining experience at Besh Steak, with hand-selected cellar choices to accompany each dish.
The media has showered acclaim upon this refreshing steakhouse since its 2003 opening, from Gourmet to Southern Living. The Times-Picayune said, "Besh’s ups the ante … in the whirlwind world of high-rollers …, Besh Steak holds a winning hand." New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles said, "Besh Steak is an odds-on favorite to make Harrah's New Orleans Casino a new destination for foodies."
You can even take the flavor of Besh home from this New Orleans fine dining steakhouse. Ask your server about purchasing a bottle of Besh Steak Sauce.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT!
A playful spin on the traditional steakhouse
Features local ingredients and techniques
A refreshing fine dining destination
John Besh’s family of restaurants reflects his many culinary interests and fascinations – and his dedication to promoting the foodways of Southern Louisiana.
"This chic, inviting establishment keeps John Besh firmly installed as one of the most talented, innovative Louisiana chefs anywhere."
"High rollers hit the jackpot at this "modern" steakhouse by John Besh (August, Lüke) that deals out "off-the-charts" cuts and "amazing" seafood with "excellent" sides; the "impeccable" service and the collection of George Rodrigue blue dog paintings on the walls can "make you forget that you’re in a casino."