Restaurants in Las Vegas
An offshoot of the LA original, this well-loved eatery, located inside Planet Hollywood, serves up all-beef hot dogs with loads of fresh toppings.
Helmed by France’s “Chef of the Century” Joël Robuchon, L’Atelier is the more relaxed and slightly less expensive sister of neighboring namesake restaurant Joël Robuchon.
Of the six whacked-out burgers on offer, the highlight is an homage to the Vietnamese banh mi, blending beef, pork, shrimp, and pork pâté with pickled carrots and daikon. Fresh lemongrass, mint, and basil add brightness, while fish sauce supplies depth. It is intensely satisfying.
Original paintings and ceramics by the restaurant’s eponym brighten this Bellagio dining room, which is also adorned with vibrant flowers, colorful upholstered chairs, and large windows overlooking the hotel's famous fountain show.
Gigantic aquariums holding hundreds of goldfish mark the entrance to Caesars Palace's casual outpost of Northern Chinese-style cuisine. Soup dumplings, dim sum, and noodle dishes featuring house-made, hand-pulled, noodles are served surprisingly quickly.
During the evening, glowing columns and huge suspended lamps provide light for the square wooden tables with black chairs and booths in Sushi Roku’s dining room. Daytime, however, brings shining rays through the huge wall of glass windows that also display great views of the strip.
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Sure, Tom Colicchio was running restaurants before anyone heard of reality TV, but he has taken to the medium and become everyone’s favorite judge.
Descend a grand, winding escalator to this classic American steakhouse, where velvet ropes and burly security guards keep gawkers at bay and make those with reservations feel even more special.
Located in Treasure Island Las Vegas, Isla is known for its affordable gourmet Mexican cuisine and extensive bar featuring more than 100 varieties of tequila.