Restaurants in Nevada
Located in the Gold Coast Hotel, one mile west of the Strip, this casual Chinese café offers lunchtime dim sum as well as dinner entrées available until 3 a.m.
This is one of the (very) few restaurants in town. An old-timey greasy spoon, it serves good-size portions and does breakfast best (consider breakfast for dinner).
One of the Wynn Las Vegas’ more casual dining options, Red 8 is an attractive option because many of the tables overlook the action on the casino floor. True to its name, the space places heavy emphasis on the color red, from the columns and wall panels to the placemats and booth cushions.
From chef Paul Bartolotta comes this Italian seafood restaurant set inside the Wynn Las Vegas resort. The dining room is dramatically lit with glass bubble chandlers, but patrons can also dine outside in a waterside cabana.
Often hailed as the finest Chinese gourmet in the city, this Michelin-rated restaurant serves fresh, authentic dishes in a sleek dining room set inside Wynn Las Vegas.
Red meat and wine: it's a popular combination that this Mario Batali/Joe Bastianich steakhouse delivers. Set in the Palazzo, the Italian-inflected restaurant boasts the expected high-end ambience with soaring ceilings, lustrous Italian marble surfaces, and antique furniture.
Situated in the Red Rock Casino & Resort, Cabo is known for its relaxed atmosphere and happy hour specials, available weekdays from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Inside the restaurant, rock walls are lined with huge picture windows that offer views of the surrounding desert and Red Rock Mountains.
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.
The go-to bar for the Las Vegas hipster set, The Griffin is hard to miss with its iconic neon sign: the bar’s name is actually topped by a green griffin sipping a martini.