The Range is a very classy place with a great view of the strip, the first thing you will notice when you want in is The Range looks very different from the rest of Harrah’s. Deep dark wood furnishings, live music, wide open areas and floor to ceiling windows along the whole restaurant.
The horizontal pictures are roll-overs, just saying…
[/one_third][one_third_last]We started out with Shrimp Cocktail, Lobster Bisque and a Caesar Salad with Anchovies. Yum!
For the main course it was 24oz bone-in Porterhouse Steak, Grilled Asparagus, Roasted Red Potatoes, Onions, Applewood smoked Bacon, this is making my mouth water writing this…
The portions are huge! and when I say huge, it’s not an understatement, we ended up taking half of it home so we could sample the deserts, I doubt that many will be able to eat everything and still be able to fit desert in.
First item we ordered was the Creme Brulee Trio, not really sure what was in them but it was yummy.
I was undecided about what else to order for desert, so I said “Surprise me” just make sure it will look good for pictures. A little while later this thing they called a Flaming Volcano arrived at our table. Our Waiter James said, “get your camera and stuff ready, I’m going to light this on fire” Needless to say, I was already ready. James poured a fiery blend of Bacardi 151 and chocolate syrup onto the Volcano and before our very eyes, the thing started to erupt. Soon lava was flowing down the sides and everything, quite the little show all by itself.
After waiting for the Flaming Volcano to stop flaming, it was time to eat it, where else in Vegas that you can see Volcanoes Erupt then be able to eat them? Let me suggest that when you go to The Range, make sure you order one of these. What’s in it you ask? It’s Heath Bar Ice Cream topped with Chocolate Munchies, Chocolate Syrup and a splash of Bacardi 151, that loosely translates into Awesome!
Here is some of the other shots I took while we were at The Range…
Photography by Las Vegas Photographer Dave Proctor