Hank’s Fine Steaks Adds Kobe Beef, the World’s Most Famous And Rare Red Meat, To Menu

Kobe Beef, the world’s most famous and rare red meat now has a new home at Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis. Did you know less than forty steakhouses in the United States offer kobe beef on their menus, and In Nevada less than ten!    

Hank's Fine Steaks and Martinis Dinning Room

Known as the best steakhouse in Henderson and one of the finest dining experiences in the greater Las Vegas area, Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis has received the official certification to serve the Japanese delicacy, granted by the Kobe Beef Marketing and Distribution Association.

The steakhouse is the only restaurant in Henderson, and one of seven in all of Nevada, offering Kobe Beef on their menu. Listen to what Executive Chef Doug Zuk has to say about Kobe Beef.

Executive Chef Doug Zuk "Why Kobe Beef is Special"

Guests are invited to experience the restaurant’s all-new selection of Kobe Beef including a mouthwatering Kobe ribeye ($45 per ounce). In addition, Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis proudly displays the bronze steer bust and certificate of authenticity for all guests to see. The restaurant can also provide the authenticity label with each serving upon request.

To top off the Kobe experience, the trained staff at Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis can offer suggested pairings to accompany the vastly superior marbling and cut of meat from appetizers to sides, and wine pairings, allowing for the perfect addition to any meal.

From a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon to oysters Rockefeller, an unforgettable evening is sure to be had while indulging in the quality meats so rare only 25 restaurants in the United States have the distinction to serve real Kobe Beef.

Kobe featured in the center between two other cuts of beef.

For the carnivores looking to stick with the classics, guests can enjoy other USDA prime dry-aged beef such as a petite filet mignon, aged for at least 28 days; T-bone steak, wet aged for a minimum of 14 days and dry aged for another 21 days before being seared to guests liking, filet of Wagyu from ultra-premium Japanese bred cattle raised in Colorado or a tomahawk steak served with seasonal vegetables and ideal for sharing with the table.

Ready to visit Hank’s? Dinner service begins at 5pm nightly with happy hour from 4pm to 7pm. Nightly in the bar/lounge area half-price martinis with gourmet appetizers beginning at 5pm.

For reservations, please call (702) 617-7075. For parties of 10 or more, please call (702) 617-6800. 

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