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- Canal Street is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
- The name Canal Street refers to a main road in one of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods, the French Quarter.
- Canal Street is one of nine restaurants in The Orleans Hotel and Casino.
4500 W. Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89103
Hours of Operation:
Wed.- Thurs. & Sun. 5pm- 10pm, Fri.- Sat. 5pm- 11pm
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I stay at The Orleans often, and this is my favorite restaurant there. Everything is old school and at the same time special."
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Features: Canal Street at The Orleans Hotel and Casino serves up Cajun cuisine with Bayou-style charm in a nice, relaxing candle-lit setting.
Why We Dine: Offering a wide variety of seafood and steaks, this traditional New Orleans-style steakhouse provides sincere Southern hospitality with an old school appeal.
- The Ambiance: Canal Street transports you to the French Quarter with fireside booths, warm colors, wooden finishings, elegant chandeliers and a giant floor-to-ceiling mural of a steam boat in a New Orleans river.
- The Steaks: The award-winning steaks served at Canal Street are a carnivore's dream come true. These mouth-watering cuts of meat are charcoal grilled to sear in the flavor and then prepared to your liking in an 800-degree oven.
Inside Knowledge: Canal Street was voted "Best Hotel Steak House in Las Vegas" in the Las Vegas Review-Journal's Dining Editors' Poll.
- Louisiana Crab Cakes: Begin your meal with a Cajun dish. This tasty crab cake starter is made with jumbo lump crabmeat, fresh herbs, peppers, onions and served with roast corn relish and a Creol mustard sauce.
- Prime Rib of Beef: This delicious cut of meat is dry-aged for 21 days, seasoned with sea salt and cracked pepper and slow roasted.
- Small Atmosphere
- Reservations Recommended
- Romantic Dining
- Full Bar
- Wheelchair Access