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The $100 Dessert That Is Taking Las Vegas Luxury To New Heights

SW Steakhouse inside the Wynn Resort Las Vegas has an esteemed reputation of cuisine that resides on the more luxurious side of the spectrum. Think offerings of prized Kobe and Wagyu beef and a pineapple dessert so pretty your tongue would swipe right if it could. However, the decadence doesn’t just stop there, as another extravagant dessert is at their opulent arsenal.

Enter the Gold Bar Sundae, a rich and exclusive dive into unabashed swank by way of a candy bar combining Valrhona Caraibe dark chocolate ganache with praline crunch and Louis XIII caramel. Oh, and it’s given a shiny coat of edible 23k gold. For the deets on just how high-level this dessert is, Louis XIII cognac will set you back around $2,000+. Yeah, there’s a comma in that price.

But hey, it’s Vegas, baby, Vegas! You can either try your luck scoring gold on the slots or you can increase your odds of satisfaction by scoring gold at the SW Steakhouse with the Gold Bar Sundae for a cool $100.00.

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Taste The Details: Wagyu, Steak You Can Cut With A Butter Knife

Wagyu and Kobe beef have the reputation for being the pinnacle of high quality steaks. With price points that range from $300 to $600 per pound, it’s considered to be one of the finest delicacies in the culinary world. However, the price alone only tells half the story of why it is so highly lauded and sought after.

To learn all about Wagyu and Kobe beef, we went to the SW Steakhouse at the celebrated Wynn Resort in Las Vegas, NV. Chef David Walzog was gracious enough to break down all things Wagyu and Kobe beef, dropping knowledge on its origins and also what goes into preparing and cooking the revered beef.

So sit back and tuck your napkins, the dinner setting is about to get decadent, as we go in and taste the details of Wagyu and Kobe beef.