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VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub will be closed Nov 25-26 & 28, and Dec 2-4, 9-11, 16-18 & 23-25
Tickets start at $39.95
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VooDoo Steak and Rooftop Nightclub
Set on the 50th floor of Rio Las Vegas, VooDoo Steakhouse offers a different approach to your average steakhouse. This Vegas restaurant may not be on the Strip, but it’s worth the extra trip. This Vegas steakhouse sets itself apart with its remarkable views and steak dishes with a tangy, Cajun kick.
Ideal for romantic, candlelit dinners or big celebrations later in the evening, you’ll find the elegant, yet hip space is the hottest off-Strip steakhouse. The club is located one level up on the 51st floor. Take the restaurant’s staircase which leads up to the outside patio. You’ll also catch live music on Thursdays and a DJ set on Fridays.
WHAT TO EAT AT THIS KICKED-UP LAS VEGAS STEAKHOUSE
Come hungry and keep in mind this isn’t your average steakhouse. The steaks are dry-aged in house and infused with Cajun flavors. Favorite dishes include lobster bisque, considerably the best in town. The seared foie gras, braised Chilean sea bass, pan-roasted sea scallops and a great selection of dry aged, prime, and Wagyu Beef are other fabulous selections. Vegan selections are also available.
The signature drink is the Witch Doctor – it’s literally smokin’. The dry ice potion consists of five rums and fruit juice in a fish bowl-type glass. If this drink doesn’t capture a spell on you, we’re not sure what will.
- Order the oversized Witch Doctor dry ice cocktail
- Pair your meal with the beloved lobster bisque
- Free entry to VooDoo nightclub, offering the best views in the city
- Spice up your life: Cajun meets traditional steak dishes
- Enjoy an upscale, yet lively experience
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT
An upscale and lively dining experience
Alive with mystical sights, sounds and flavors
A breathtaking view of Las Vegas
Spellbinding gourmet dining
"On the 50th and 51st floors of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino are two of the best terraces in town. What was once VooDoo Café on the 50th floor is now VooDoo Steak, and while the menu still features some of the Creole cuisine the café was known for, chef Honorio Mecinas has elevated the menu to create a finer dining experience."