Restaurants in Nevada
Almost embarrassingly decadent, a meal at David Burke, the vibrant chocolate brown and purple restaurant in the Venetian, might start with a colossal ostrich eggshell full of lobster scramble, caviar, and crème fraîche, and go on to DB speci
Renowned for his inventive New American cuisine and commitment to the farm-to-table concept, James Beard Award-winning chef Bradley Ogden opened this namesake restaurant in 2003.
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.
One of the Bellagio’s more affordable dining options, this pan-Asian restaurant serves a wide variety of noodle dishes from Thailand, Japan, China, Vietnam, and Malaysia.
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.
Head to this festive Mexican restaurant for filling burritos or piping hot fajitas.
Established in 1991, this authentic Italian eatery began as a tiny, 12-seat space and now serves an average of 300 people per day. Located just west of the Strip on Flamingo Road, Nora’s is set in an unassuming strip mall that belies its warmly lit interior with occasional live jazz.
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.
Though it serves 4,000 patrons a day, the Bellagio buffet manages to balance quantity and quality. The dining room's high traffic requires constant turnover at the 12 food stations, which range from seafood to pasta.
Named after Colombian sculptor Fernando Botero, this steakhouse contains original work by the eponymous artist, as well as other dramatic touches like huge white columns and colorful mosaic flowers on the floor.