The experience of dining at this steakhouse is a throwback to early-1970s Las Vegas, which is when it originally opened. Tuxedoed servers (mostly men) hand women customers a rose as they are seated. Cocktails come with extra pours, chilling on ice in a pint-sized shaker served alongside the drink. The menu has its share of throwback dishes, too. The most entertaining options: the tableside preparations of Caesar salad, Duckling Anise Flambé, and, of course, Bananas Foster. Even if you rush, you’ll be hard-pressed to get out of Hugo’s in fewer than three hours. And that’s precisely how the place wants it; who said slowing down was bad?