Restaurants in Las Vegas
Often lauded as the best steakhouse in Las Vegas, this iconic restaurant excels under the direction of award-winning chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Inspired by Tokyo’s Shibuya district, this upscale Japanese restaurant on MGM’s Studio Walk offers inventive cuisine ranging from small plates to fresh sushi, which is often hailed as the best in the city.
With its Moghul archways and amiable staff, Origin is a cut above the typical South Asian restaurant. You could make a fine meal from the street-snacks menu alone: the bhel puri (puffed rice, potatoes, and onions in tamarind sauce) is as tasty as any in Mumbai.
Named for celebrated chef and owner Gabino Sotelino, this lovely sidewalk bistro is renowned for its delicious and surprisingly affordable French cuisine.
Located in the MGM Grand, this gourmet sandwich shop from celebrity chef Tom Colicchio is ideal for a quick, affordable bite on the Strip. Here, patrons can either order meals to go or settle into bright green chairs surrounded by large red columns and white tables on blond hardwood floors.
"For an antidote to the Las Vegas Strip, I head to Pho Kim Long II, a great, casual place for getting together with fellow chefs after work. A group of us usually sits at a big table and orders a bunch of dishes to share family-style.
Located along the Extraterrestrial Highway near Area 51, this quirky outpost includes a small motel, bar, and restaurant, all of which cater to alien enthusiasts. From the highway, this landmark appears as a white, corrugated-metal building and an otherworldly UFO saucer in its harness.
Right on the lake’s banks, you’ll find the wine cellar–themed tapas and dinner bar, where you can choose from 70 top-flight wines by the glass or a menu of more than 500 hard-to-find bottles to enjoy with fun finger foods like mini finger lamb chops.
Established by the creators of The Bank nightclub, this Bellagio restaurant specializes in upscale American comfort food.
Repeating shapes and fixtures in the bar and in the main dining room give this MGM restaurant a sleek, streamlined design.
Enter this airy, all-white modern dining room, which opened in 2006, and the only reminder that you are not eating in the Hamptons is the fact that you had to reach Vintner Grill through an office park.
The P.U.B. menu is a cheesebomb of drunkfood for guys who tuck in their polos and dudes who don't tuck in their dress shirts: BLT sliders; swordfish enchiladas.
Located inside Caesars Palace, Payard showcases the talents of its namesake pastry chef, François Payard. The eatery is composed of three parts: the chocolate shop, the pastry shop, and the restaurant.