Hugo's Cellar Restaurant at the Four Queens

Just The Facts, Please.

Four Queens Cellar

Dining Hours :

No Celebrity Chef here, this is Old School Vegas

Traditional American, Steaks and Seafood

Price Range:
Entrees $30+;

Suggested Attire:

Old School Vegas Restaurant, Women get a rose.

Sample Menu Items:
Duckling Anise Flambé
Duck roasted with licorice spices and herbs, flambéed table-side. $36

Rack of Lamb
Marinated with olive oil, garlic and rosemary, roasted and served with an Indonesian style sauce. $48

Veal Oscar
Sautéed then topped with white asparagus, king crab leg and béarnaise sauce. $46


Mavens Overview

Hugo's Cellar is an Old School Vegas restaurant, in the best sense of that phrase. The room, while dated in appearance, has a warm romantic feel. Every female dinner is given a long stem rose as they are escorted to their table. The restaurant is also Old School, in that entrees are not a la carte, but are surprisingly inclusive.

All meals include the follow:

The internet buzz is nearly universally favorable. People that go to Hugo's know it is a different type of restaurant than the high-end ones on The Strip. Both young and old, and everyone in between seems to appreciate Hugo's Cellar.

Internet Buzz

Hugo's Cellar blew my hair back, knocked my socks off, pampered us, tucked us in and made sweet love to us all night long!

This place is old school classy and I loved it. Ignore the fact that it's in the Four Queens and GO, now. (If you have some cash to drop, that is...) It looks like a Cellar that your Dad or Grandpa might frequent, all brick and leather chairs and green glass chandeliers.

My friends had been there before and raved about the Bananas Foster. Now I see why. This guy in a Tux stands at your table and makes an AMAZING Bananas Foster, we are talking flames rising and the whole shebang. So delectable, I had said I would have a bite but ended up having like 5. And I double licked the spoon.

DeeeLISH! The meal price includes a large custom salad appetizer, all your side dishes and a significant dessert - I hate it when steakhouses make you pay for everything separate!! (Ruth Chris??!! Sheesh) My steak melted in my mouth, it was AMAZING, best I've ever had in Vegas. The service was also stellar.

First off if you're staying on the strip, go to one of the half price ticket kiosks. They have many restaurants they give discounts for. Hugos Cellar was one of them! You pay $3 per person and get a voucher for 25% off of your total bill. NICE!

Fantastic food, awesome service, and they treated us like royalty! From the rose for my wife to lovely chocolate-covered fruits for dessert everything was decadent! I'm so glad we had our anniversary dinner here instead of one of the glitzier places on the Strip. It was great to see a piece of "Old Vegas" during our stay.

Every lady deserves a rose. And that's what Hugo's gives you. Additionally, a candle lit dinner in a romantic setting, many men to wait upon you, and exceptional food. What more could a girl ask for?

Decor is more old school (or hasn't been changed in a while). Fits in well with the Fremont street casinos. The steak and the meal were just OK for me. I definitely left full but I wouldn't necessarily say it was melt in your mouth or the steak was anything to write home about.

I had the 24 oz prime rib and it just melted in my mouth, the best prime rib I've ever had. My wife had the Filet and it was equal in perfection. They make your salad right at your table with plenty of items you can choose to top it with. This place was recommended to us years ago but we never went, we won't make that mistake again we will visit it again on our next trip.

For about the same price as a dry filet mignon at the Strip House (Planet Hollywood), you get a salad made to your exact taste at your table, a 10 oz filet with your choice of crusting and sauce, a palate cleanser and chocolate dipped strawberries, figs and apricots. And the preparation is excellent all around.



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