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Guide To The Best Vegas Restaurants

Best Las Vegas Restaurants

PeppermillBest Breakfast

Peppermill

Enjoy a taste of classic Las Vegas at the Peppermill. The iconic venue is divided between a restaurant serving diner-style classics and a lounge loaded with bright neon and distinctive fire pits with water features. It operates 24 hours a day, so where else in Vegas would you rather have breakfast? Stop by at the hour of your choosing for Eggs Benedict, biscuits and gravy or corned beef hash. Of course, there is always a cocktail ready any time of day.

 

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La CaveBest Tapas

La Cave

La Cave is one of those restaurants that just keeps getting better. It recently expanded its covered outdoor patio, offering fresh air and beautiful views of the Wynn property with the High Roller observation wheel in the distance. The menu features small bites, perfect for sharing, especially during a romantic date. La Cave is easily one of the most charming dining spots on the Strip and the wine selection is phenomenal. Order a bottle, glass, or flight featuring the sommelier’s top selections.

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Tacos el GordoBest Mexican

Tacos el Gordo

No fine dining here. Informed locals know the best authentic Mexican food on the Vegas Strip is at Tacos el Gordo. This family-friendly restaurant serves up a variety of meats, from everyday steak and chicken to exotic cow tongue, shoulder and tripe. And don’t worry about the money lost at the casinos. This place will only set you back $2 a taco. The restaurant is open round the clock, but the lines get long during busy hours.

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STKBest American

It’s hard to find a better combination of food and atmosphere than STK. The restaurant almost feels like a lounge with a stylish modern image and DJs providing beats in the background. There probably isn’t a better steakhouse for large groups pre-gaming before a night at the club, especially nearby Marquee. Grab a large booth and enjoy steaks, seafood and hearty side dishes family style. Between craft cocktails and an impressive wine list, all the bases are covered.

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Nobu Best Japanese

Nobu

Nobu leads the Strip in Japanese fine dining. The restaurant is tucked away in its own corner of Caesars Palace, but is really a part of the Nobu Hotel (which occupies one of the towers on property). The man behind the concept, Nobu Matsuhisa, brought many now-popular dishes into the mainstream from Asian culture, including jalapeno hamachi and black cod miso. However, no one beats the original. There are numerous Nobu restaurants around the world, but the one at Caesars Palace is the largest and the first in the United States with teppan tables.

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Mott 32Best Chinese

Mott 32 is leading a new wave of modern Cantonese cuisine in fine-dining environments on the Strip. Just note: the signature Peking Duck requires advance notice when making a reservation. It takes at least a full day to prepare the dish. Enjoy a wide variety of dim sum and other Asian favorites. The cocktails are especially good, especially the Old Fashioned enhanced with sesame flavors. The dining room is bold and modern with plenty of space in between tables. Mott 23 is one of the best places to grab a luxurious meal at the Palazzo.

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BeerhausBest Bar Food

Beerhaus at The Park

Beerhaus is the main party hub in The Park, an outdoor promenade outside the T-Mobile Arena. The open-air venue is a modern twist on a traditional German beer hall with more than a hundred beers on the menu, including rare imports and local favorites. The food is served from a counter in the back. If you have a hearty appetite, try the free-range chicken or a BBQ platter. Otherwise, stick to sandwiches, burgers or German-style brats. Snacks include onion rings, fried pickles and soft pretzels with beer cheese. A daily happy hour runs 2-4 p.m. with $5 specials.

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Joel RobuchonBest French

The namesake restaurant by the late Joel Robuchon is one of the most elegant dining experiences on the Strip. Meticulously crafted French cuisine is presented slowly throughout the evening in a multi-course format. From fish to foie gras, guests are guided through each course by one of the best service teams in Las Vegas. The restaurant’s house-made pastries and desserts are in a class of their own. Enjoy a bottle of French wine during dinner and retreat to the lounge to sip on cognac afterwards. A sister restaurant, L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, is next door, offering a more contemporary casual experience.

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GiadaBest Italian

Emmy-award winning chef and television star Giada de Laurentiss chose Las Vegas to open her very first restaurant. Like the celebrity chef herself, Giada is light, open, comfortable and inviting. The cuisine mixes traditional Italian recipes with modern, California influences. Order individual servings or choose to eat family style. Either way, request a table near the windows, which open wide and overlook the Bellagio fountains. Indulge in fresh pasta, flatbreads, grilled meats and fresh-baked desserts.

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Costa di MareBest Seafood

Costa di Mare has all the pieces in place for exceptional, elegant fine dining. The Italian restaurant flies in live seafood direct from Europe. Top favorites include soft-shell moleche from Venice, red shrimp from Naples and sea urchin from Sicily. These are often brought tableside for you to select personally. Get the evening started with live langoustines, cuttlefish, amberjack and other forms of crudo. Of course, there is plenty of house-made pasta to balance out any meal. Reserve a seat on the outdoor patio, where you can enjoy dinner with a glass of wine by a small pond.

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