New York steakhouse to open at Caesars Palace

New York steakhouse Peter Luger is set to open at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas by the end of 2022. This marks the first domestic expansion in more than sixty years for the Brooklyn restaurant, which first opened in 1887. The Vegas outpost will be the brand's first U.S. location outside of New York.

"It was critical for us to be able to bring to Las Vegas the same menu, the same ambiance and—most important—the same quality beef that we are known for in New York, and Caesars was aligned with that vision," Peter Luger President Amy Rubenstein said in a statement. "Our two iconic brands have rich and celebrated histories, and we could not imagine a better partner in Las Vegas."

Today, the owners still select cuts of USDA Prime beef from New York meat markets. Any subprimals are stamped with the family's approval and then brought to the on-site dry-aging facilities, where they are kept under carefully regulated temperature and humidity conditions.

Peter Luger Steak House originated in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with a second location in Great Neck, N.Y., and a recently opened location in Tokyo. Peter Luger Steak House Las Vegas will be located near Mr. Chow at Caesars.