Peter Luger Steakhouse / Long Island
Legendary steakhouse Peter Luger is coming to Vegas at Caesars Palace. It will stamp the primary homegrown development in over 60 years for the eatery which opened its entryways in Brooklyn in 1887, and will be its first U.S. area outside of New York and join different areas in Great Neck, Long Island and Tokyo.
The notable German lager lobby setting has become renowned for its oak-topped tables, famously blunt bow-tied team of servers and USDA-Prime steaks. The family proprietors actually continue in matron Marsha Forman's custom of hand-choosing the best determination of USDA Prime hamburger, which are then shipped off nearby dry-maturing offices and matured under painstakingly managed temperature and moistness conditions.
Opening at the end of 2022 in the former space of Rao’s next to MR CHOW
Only the finest
With its notoriously stern, bow-tied staff, old-world charm, and on-site dry-aging of classic USDA-Prime steaks, dining at Peter Luger has become a culinary rite of passage.
When “Carl Luger’s Café, Billiards and Bowling Alley” was opened in 1887, the restaurant quickly became a neighborhood favorite in predominantly German Williamsburg. Peter Luger owned the establishment, while his nephew, Carl, manned the kitchen.
Luger’s was not the only thing doing in the small Brooklyn neighborhood. With the opening of the Williamsburg Bridge in December of 1903, Manhattan became far more accessible and a new crowd of businessmen crossed the East River. It was not until 1920 that Sol Forman, a seventeen year old who had dropped out of high school to work full-time lighting street lamps, established Forman Family with his siblings just across the street from Carl Luger’s.