10 Amazing Places to Eat in Las Vegas

February 26, 2019 0 0

Dining like a king is easy at the best restaurants in Las Vegas, NV. And the city’s ever-changing culinary scene never fails to disappoint. Following, you’ll find a guide to several newcomers to the scene and classics that offers a healthy mix of high-end and affordable options alike. We’ve also included options for the vegetarians and meat eaters among you, and selections that cater to every taste. Get ready to dig in and dine at several of the best restaurants that Las Vegas has to offer!

Name Location Description
Golden Steer 308 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89102
As the oldest steakhouse in Vegas, Golden Steer has welcomed many of the greats from the last century. And there’s a reason that Elvis, Dean Martin, and Sinatra have graced the venue’s tables; the food and the service are exceptional. Ask for the special, off-menu Chairman of the Board’s dinner.
Joël Robuchon MGM Grand
3799 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
This three-Michelin starred restaurant is internationally-known and worldly acclaimed. It’s the pinnacle of fine dining in Las Vegas, brought to you by Chef Joël Robuchon (of course). Housed next door is the sister restaurant, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, if you just can’t get enough.
Partage 3839 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
The team that brought you Eatt now brings you modern French food, meant to be shared. They offer tasting menus with 5, 7, or 9 courses with dishes changing depending on the season to bring you only the freshest ingredients.
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Bazaar Meat brings you steakhouse-quality cuts of meat without the old school steakhouse feel. This modern establishment goes beyond typical offerings to include a raw bar and meat fresh from the fire pit–meaning that yes, you can order a whole suckling pig.
Eatt Gourmet Bistro 7865 W Sahara Ave #104
Las Vegas, NV 89117
For the vegan, gluten-free, or generally health-conscious diner, Eatt prides itself on serving Michelin star quality food at affordable prices. Their menu offers a beautiful mix of soups, salads, and entrees that appeal to the vegetarian and meat-eater alike.
Peppermill Restaurant 2985 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Peppermill combines retro styling with modern sensibilities to create an atmosphere that’s entirely its own. This elevated diner is open 24-hours and serves a mean omelet any time, day or night. Cocktails are available 24-hours as well if you need a kick with your pancakes.
Pizza Rock 201 N 3rd St
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Pizza Rock offers every type of pie imaginable, prepared in every way known to mankind. And yes, they’re all delicious. Chicago- style and New York- style pies aren’t rivals here. And if neither of those styles suit you, there are more to choose from–including gluten-free.
Block 16 Urban Food Hall 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Block 16 is a perfect stop if you’ve got a hungry crew with differing tastes. Its home is on the second level of The Cosmopolitan, and houses a curated selection of purveyors. Fried chicken, donuts, and even a tequila bar are waiting for you.
The Black Sheep 8680 W Warm Springs Rd Las Vegas, NV 89148 The Black Sheep mixes American cuisine with a dash of Vietnamese influence. This means you can enjoy creative dishes here that you won’t find anywhere else. Vietnamese Crepes are ideal for sharing while the Grilled Verlasso Salmon is your go-to main course.
Bardot Brasserie 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Although open for lunch and dinner, Bardot Brasserie is a must for a French Omelet or a Maine Lobster Scramble. Of course, your meal wouldn’t be complete without a selection from the Champagne Cart. Ask your server for their recommendation.



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Ciara Corcoran

Assistant Editor Ciara is a DC native and East Coast roamer with degrees in both English Professional Writing and Drama & Theatre Studies from Elon University. She's written for a variety of publications including Highway 64, Travel Writing at Elon, and Odyssey. More of her work can be found at ciaracorcoran.com.

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