Restaurants in Las Vegas

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Just when you thought another celebrity chef couldn’t possibly exist, another marquee name opens a restaurant on the Strip. But the culinary boom ext... Read More

Just when you thought another celebrity chef couldn’t possibly exist, another marquee name opens a restaurant on the Strip. But the culinary boom extends all over the city—Las Vegas is a gourmand’s playground.

Like everything else in Las Vegas, restaurants here embrace extremes: you'll find everything from retro coffee shops to celebrity-chef eateries to only-in-Vegas buffets. It can be hard to pick among such incredible choices, but at least you can’t go wrong at any of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. Carbone, the recent addition from the same chefs behind New York City’s successful Major Food Group, was a hotly anticipated arrival and won’t see slowing crowds anytime soon.

Among the classic places to eat in Las Vegas is L'Atelier du Joel Robuchon inside the MGM Grand, which sits next to Robuchon's original namesake restaurant, which is known for its eye-opening small plates like foie gras-stuffed quail or langoustine fritters. At Bazaar Meat, the ever-popular Jose Andres deconstructs the steakhouse with flaming grills placed front and center in the room, and shareable plates of bison carpaccio tacos and beef tartare.

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  • Las Vegas Destination Guide Courtesy of Wynn Las Vegas
    Andrea's

    Steve Wynn named the beautiful Champagne-and-cognac-colored Andrea's after his wife. Chef Joseph Elevado returned to Vegas from L’Ermitage Beverly Hills... Read More

  • Las Vegas Destination Guide Courtesy of Aria Resort and Casino
    Bardot Brasserie

    Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie in Aria takes French fare and elevates it far beyod the classics: Think onion soup studded with braised oxtail, bubbling... Read More

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    Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

    At Bazaar Meat in SLS Las Vegas, Spanish superchef José Andrés deconstructs the Vegas steakhouse: Flaming grills are front and center, and huge legs of... Read More

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    Carbone Las Vegas

    Carbone made a huge splash when the elevated Italian-American restaurant landed in New York's Greenwich Village in 2013, and its Vegas iteration has... Read More

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    Carson Kitchen

    Carson Kitchen has made its mark on formerly run-down Downtown, nearly singlehandedly reviving the dining scene. In the 60-seat room in a former... Read More

  • Las Vegas Destination Guide Courtesy of Wolfgang Puck
    CUT by Wolfgang Puck

    The Vegas outpost of Wolfgang Puck's famous Beverly HIlls steakhouse draws a huge following of major Vegas players, who talk shop in the private room... Read More

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    Joël Robuchon at the Mansion

    Some solo pilgrims come to Joel Robuchon just to put themselves in the hands of the master for his 16-course, multi-hour degustation menu, bookended by... Read More

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    L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas

    France's "Chef of the Century" Joel Robuchon loosens his tie a bit for this sleek, open-plan, black and red kitchen, where diners order from the bar or... Read More

  • Las Vegas Destination Guide Courtesy of Bellagio Las Vegas
    Lago

    Bellagio, the Lake Como-themed Italianate hotel, has been lightened up by modern statement restaurant Lago. Set in the newly revamped Circo space, which... Read More

  • Las Vegas Destination Guide Courtesy of Wynn Las Vegas
    Mizumi

    Mizumi's great secret is its outdoor patio, where diners can reserve a floating pagoda table near two 90-foot waterfalls and watch the koi swim by.... Read More

  • Las Vegas Destination Guide Courtesy of Other Mama
    Other Mama

    Once a sous and sushi chef for Masaharu Morimoto in Philadelphia, chef/owner Dan Krohmer is now making his mark in a cozy little spot on the west side,... Read More

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    Restaurant Guy Savoy

    Guy Savoy attracts serious gourmands—in fact, those who plan ahead can actually book a cooking lesson with the executive chef and dine at the his table... Read More

  • Las Vegas Destination Guide Courtesy of Wolfgang Puck
    Spago Las Vegas by Wolfgang Puck

    It might have seemed risky to open in a mall (Forum Shops) more than 20 years ago, but Wolfgang Puck's Spago has the same local cachet with the ladies... Read More

  • Las Vegas Destination Guide Courtesy of Wynn Las Vegas
    Wing Lei

    This opulent Chinese restaurant was recently redesigned by Roger Thomas, and it mimics a bright jewel box with its crisp white, gold, and jade. Every... Read More

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