Business travelers shouldn't leave Sin City without stopping by Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at the Palazzo, part of Las Vegas Sands (LVS). There, you'll do New York-style business over Paris-caliber food. Its specialties include seafood on ice, artisanal cheese and homemade salamis.
New York: The energy of the "city that never sleeps" is pulsing at Grand Central Terminal, home to Michael Jordan's The Steak House N.Y.C. Midtown Manhattan's movers and shakers have made this restaurant their go-to destination for power lunches. Those looking for a quick bite should order the $23 filet mignon from its Fast Track menu. If you have time to relax, try the bone-in rib-eye steak from the regular menu.
For those in the financial district, look to SHO Shaun Hergatt at the Setai, which specializes in creative, recession-proof fare, such as the "three-day short ribs." Here, just steps away from the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street moguls broker their next deal while dining on venison.
-- Written by TravelsinTaste.com.