Restaurant Guy Savoy, Caesars Palace
The décor is more modern at this two-star Michelin restaurant than at Guy Savoy in Paris, but the menu is designed to emulate the original—and to great effect. It is not unusual for gourmands to arrive solo simply to have a near-religious experience with the iconic artichoke and black truffle soup. Of course, sampling from the signature menu or the new “Innovation Menu” (think lobster “candy,” brie white truffle, langoustine tartare) is far more romantic à deux. Plus, you can see the Eiffel Tower (or at least a reasonable facsimile) from this Guy Savoy. Recently, the Champagne room was transformed into a sleek Cognac Lounge to showcase the collection of rare, high-end spirits.