Restaurants in Las Vegas, NV


Just when you thought another celebrity chef couldn’t possibly exist, another marquee name opens a restaurant on the Strip. But the culinary boom ext... Read More

Just when you thought another celebrity chef couldn’t possibly exist, another marquee name opens a restaurant on the Strip. But the culinary boom extends all over the city—Las Vegas is a gourmand’s playground.

Like everything else in Las Vegas, restaurants here embrace extremes: you'll find everything from retro coffee shops to celebrity-chef eateries to only-in-Vegas buffets. It can be hard to pick among such incredible choices, but at least you can’t go wrong at any of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. Carbone, the recent addition from the same chefs behind New York City’s successful Major Food Group, was a hotly anticipated arrival and won’t see slowing crowds anytime soon.

Among the classic places to eat in Las Vegas is L'Atelier du Joel Robuchon inside the MGM Grand, which sits next to Robuchon's original namesake restaurant, which is known for its eye-opening small plates like foie gras-stuffed quail or langoustine fritters. At Bazaar Meat, the ever-popular Jose Andres deconstructs the steakhouse with flaming grills placed front and center in the room, and shareable plates of bison carpaccio tacos and beef tartare.

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  • Andrea's

    Chef Joseph Elevado returned to Vegas to create a vast menu of Asian food with specialties that include Wagyu beef, lobster rolls and a show-stopping... Read More

  • Bardot Brasserie

    Located in the Aria hotel, Bardot Brasserie's elevated French fare transports diners straight to Paris with dishes like the onion soup with braised... Read More

  • Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

    Spanish superchef José Andrés deconstructs the Vegas steakhouse at Bazaar Meat in SLS Las Vegas where flaming grills are primed to serve up shareable... Read More

  • Carbone Las Vegas

    Carbone has dominated the foodie conversation of late, thanks to its luxurious ambience and tableside service by Zac Posen-outfitted captains and... Read More

  • Carson Kitchen

    Sit at the massive butcher-block bar and nosh on some crispy fried chicken skins with smoked honey and hot-sweet bacon jam at "Rock 'n' Roll Chef" Kerry... Read More

  • CUT by Wolfgang Puck

    Short ribs and "rough cuts" including Waygu sliders, tuna tartare sandwiches, and tempura onion rings as well as a variety of more than 500 wines are... Read More

  • Joël Robuchon at the Mansion

    Solo pilgrims come to Joel Robuchon to put themselves in the hands of the master for his 16-course degustation menu, bookended by incredible breads and... Read More

  • L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas

    Seasonal discovery menus are playful, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon though devotees will order signature items like Le Caille—carmelized free range quail... Read More

  • Lago

    Michelin-starred chef Julian Serrano creates tapas-style Mediterranean dishes including red wine risotto, grilled langoustines and pristine crudot in... Read More

  • Mizumi

    Diners can reserve a floating pagoda table near two 90-foot waterfalls as they watch the koi swim by at chef Devin Hashimoto's ultramodern Japanese... Read More

  • Other Mama

    Once a sous and sushi chef for Masaharu Morimoto in Philadelphia, chef/owner Dan Krohmer is making his mark at Other Mama with some of the freshest... Read More

  • Restaurant Guy Savoy

    Gourmands are attracted to three Michelin star chef Guy Savoy's classic dishes as well as his 13-course “Innovation” menu including prawns in a “sweet... Read More

  • Spago Las Vegas by Wolfgang Puck

    Dine on the "patio" under the faux-sky ceiling at Caesars, where Wolfgang Puck's Spago serves up classics like the signature house-smoked salmon pizza,... Read More

  • Wing Lei

    The only Chinese restaurant in North America to have received a Michelin Star, the menu at Wing Lei combines Chinese tradition with Western technique... Read More

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