Historic Vegas comes to life during the Oscar Dinner Series with former city of Las Vegas Mayor, Oscar B. Goodman. The next dinner on Thursday, March 31 at 6:30 p.m. at Oscar’s Steakhouse will feature Goodman speaking about “The Goddess and The Bellman – A Tale of Murder and Injustice.”
A must-visit restaurant when it comes to fine dining in Downtown Las Vegas, Oscar’s Beef * Booze * Broads offers a classic an unforgettable steakhouse experience. Former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman opened the unique Las Vegas steakhouse inside the iconic dome of the Plaza Hotel and Casino overlooking Fremont Street and the heart of Downtown Las Vegas. Flavorful, tender and juicy, the perfectly aged steaks at Oscar’s is cooked to perfection over a 600 degree grill and is accompanied by high-quality, made-from-scratch sides. Adjacent to the steakhouse is Oscar’s famous bar, serving a wide variety of delicious, hand-crafted cocktails, including legendary martinis, the former mayor’s signature drink.
In addition to great food, Oscar’s Beef * Booze * Broads pairs a great meal with the unique opportunity to have one of Oscar’s “Broads” visit with customers during dinner. These attractive women will be dinner companions who can discuss subjects such as politics, sports, wine, Las Vegas history or things to do downtown or on the Strip. When not dining with customers, they will roam the Downtown Las Vegas restaurant as hostesses, adding to the glamorous and uniquely Vegas style of Oscar’s.