Restaurants in The Strip
Located in the Mirage Las Vegas, Onda Ristorante welcomes guests into a front lounge adjacent to the hotel casino. There, beneath an arched stained-glass ceiling, patrons can enjoy Italian wine paired with small plates or all-you-can-eat mussels, available Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m.
One of the six fine dining options in the Mirage, Stack’s design outshines even the food. Pieces of curved blond wood are stacked all the way to the ceiling, mimicking the shape of a canyon, while circular hanging lamps cast a warm glow across the main dining room.
Hailed as one of the most scrumptious all-you-can-eat spreads in Vegas, the Buffet at TI specializes in five types of cuisine: American, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and sugar – lots of of the latter.
From caviar sushi topped with gold flakes to a roaring 95-foot waterfall, every aspect of Okada exudes Vegas-style drama.
Led by renowned chef Michael Mina, this marine-inspired MGM Grand restaurant is adorned with an illuminated water wall, vibrant aquarium, and bold red and blue accents. In two open kitchens, Mina’s team prepares fresh fish from around the world as well as a selection of wood-fired steaks.
B&B Ristorante, located inside the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, is a joint venture from Italian cuisine experts Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich.
Sure, Tom Colicchio was running restaurants before anyone heard of reality TV, but he has taken to the medium and become everyone’s favorite judge.
Southwestern cuisine from Iron Chef Bobby Flay draws Food Network fans to this restaurant in Caersars Palace Las Vegas.
Society Café dishes out late-night comfort food. Cap of the night with roasted tomato bisque, with a salad of Rosso Bruno tomatoes and creamy, tangy burrata.
Stratta's haute Mediterranean cuisine has all the robust earnestness you'd expect, given his Midwestern roots: roast squab, rabbit fricassée, foie gras ravioli in truffle bouillon. And the space, as majestic as a vintage ocean liner, is the perfect setting for his culinary heft.
Educated at the Culinary Institute of America, chef Michael Mina was famous for his seafood creations at Aqua in San Francisco before he was asked to start this Vegas staple at the Bellagio.
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.