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AIR DATE: July 20, 2009

Dining critic John Curtas finds some steak aged for EIGHT MONTHS and he tells us how it tastes. Even in the middle of tough times for Las Vegas restaurants, John Curtas says go for the gusto. And at one steakhouse, he did.
Carnevino Steakhouse
3325 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702)789-4141
Carnevino Steakhouse Website
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