Looking for a dining experience unlike anything else in the world? There’s one place that lives up to that lofty expectation: Las Vegas! After playing some games at the lavish Las Vegas Casinos why not enjoy a fine dining meal at one of Las Vega’s finest restaurants!
If you have money to spend. Bar Masa is the only place to go in Las Vegas for sushi and sashimi! This amazing sushi bar restaurant is located at the highly contemporary Aria Hotel!
This is the main restaurant at the 5-Star Palazzo Hotel. Led by Wolfgang Puck CUT is widely considered the best steak house in Vegas and one of the most lavish restaurants in town.
Located inside the Wynn Las Vegas, Mizumi brings Japanese flavors to the Strip. Decorated with red furnishings, the award-winning restaurant overlooks a private Japanese garden, creating an oasis in the middle of the city.
Inspired by and named after famous Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, this Las Vegas restaurant offers both French and Spanish cuisine, reflecting the artist’s time spent in both countries. Situated inside the luxurious Bellagio Las Vegas, Picasso has five separate menus, in addition to more than 1,500 labels of wine.
Restaurant Guy Savoy
The most fundamentally French restaurant in town, Guy Savoy’s Michellin Star food is rarely less than perfect. The restaurant is located at the prestigious and popular Caesar’s Palace Hotel.
Specializing in steak and seafood, Rivea is a luxury restaurant offering French- and Italian-inspired cuisine. Situated inside the Delano, the restaurant features decor in a nautical palette of white and blue.
Located inside the Wynn Las Vegas, Sinatra is run by chef Luke Palladino who serves classic Italian dishes with a twist! Step inside the beautifully designed space that features pops of red, or opt for a table in the restaurant’s garden.
Top of the World
Imagine dining at a restaurant on the 106th floor overlooking the city of Las Vegas. Situated at the very top of The STRAT, Top of The World is located 844 feet (257 meters) above the Strip, offering stunning panoramic views of the city.
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
If Robuchon is the most elaborate and Savoy the most elegant of Vegas’s great restaurants, Gagnaire matches them for the creativity of its cuisine, which is often as baffling as it is exhilarating. Twist marked Gagnaire’s first collaboration with acclaimed interior designer Adam Tihany,