Restaurants in Nevada
Stone walls, waterfalls, and chrome accents adorn the dining room at this Bellagio restaurant, which offers an eclectic mix of New American, Asian, and Italian cuisine.
The cheap-but-great surf and turf may be a disappearing breed, but you’ll still find a lobster and steak dinner for $22 here.
Dishing up what many consider the best Italian fare in Las Vegas, Rao’s at Caesars Palace is a more accessible offshoot of the New York original, which has occupied the same spot on 114 Street since 1896 and is known for being a tough place to get reservations.
A local favorite for authentic Mexican fare in downtown Las Vegas, Casa Don Juan is ideal for a casual, affordable meal off the Strip.
Often hailed as the most scrumptious seafood in Vegas, the dishes served at celebrity chef Rick Moonen's RM Seafood are truly extraordinary.
The first stateside restaurant from chef Pierre Gagnaire. Gagnaire’s cooking is quirky and cerebral, which doesn’t mean it can’t be fun.
A fanciful departure from the usual Vegas buffet (generally characterized by harsh décor and overcooked, institutional food), the Buffet at Wynn, lit overhead by natural light, evokes a garden party.
The 1,200-pound front wheel of an enormous replica Sportster juts forth from the façade of this casual All-American eatery.
At dinner, fill up on more than 160 entrées at the Fresh Market Square Buffet, where Friday nights include a serious seafood spread).
Julian Serrano's tapas restaurant serves up great pan con tomate, rafts of toasted bread rubbed with tomato, garlic, and grassy olive oil. Serrano is also the chef behind Picasso at the Bellagio.