Casinos sporting steakhouses is nothing new as a concept, but L.G. Smith's has the perfect combo of class and style. The trendy dining room mixes dark wood décor with stone walls, Murano glass, and blue-colored lighting, giving it a lounge-like air complete with live jazz on weekends and views of the marina below. On the upscale side (it is a steakhouse, after all), prices aren't out of line for the setting and the cuisine served by Chef Edward Zievinger. Not surprisingly, steaks here rank with some of the top on the island, with a big selection of cuts and sauces to choose from. The well-curated wine menu earned the restaurant a nomination for the "Wine Spectator Award of Excellence," so diners can expect a quality selection of vintages—at prices that won't break the bank.