Las Vegas Restaurants

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Las Vegas Restaurants

When it comes to fine dining, currently top rated Las Vegas restaurants, some of which are Michelin star winning eateries, are nothing short of orgiastic. Additionally, an influx of award winning chef’s coming into the city every year is quickly making Las Vegas a culinary hotspot.

Best Restaurants in Las Vegas

Joël Robuchon | French | The Strip

When it comes to pure indulgence and spectacular food, Joël Robuchon, named after the acclaimed French chef (Gault-Millau guidebook's “chef of the century”), this three Michelin star restaurant is a bucket list experience. Boasting an unparalleled air of sophistication, the $425 per person tasting menu is a work of art. With intricate design and impeccable service, Joël Robuchon will be one of the finest dining experiences of your life.

Estiatorio Milo | Greek | The Strip

The renowned restaurant is perhaps most known for offering some of the most pristine seafood dishes in North America. This stylish, glass-encased terrace overlooks the Las Vegas Strip, offering up great views of the skyline, while effortlessly serving up succulent dishes—smoky octopus with the perfect sear, prized Loup de Mer, cooked whole with a sea salt crust and topped with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. Drop by for a sumptuous lunch and order their $25.15 three-course-special.

Nobu Restaurant | Japanese | The Strip

The biggest Nobu restaurant in the world, and the only one in the US that brings a Japanese steakhouse feel with teppan tables, the Nobu restaurant within the Nobu Hotel, within Caesars Palace also features imported Asian seafood and sushi rolls along with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free items. Enjoy a newfound joy for life when you bite into their signature Miso black cod and jalapeño squid pasta.

Portofino | Italian | The Strip

In their own words they are "handcrafted Italian coastal cuisine," but true appeal of Portofino is chef Michael LaPlaca's reinventing of a number of classic dishes. Elegant and airy, the atmosphere at Portofino is ideal for dining with a group. Try their meatballs topped with cheese-filled squash blossoms, or their own version of agnolotti, filled with burrata and served with lobster and chanterelle mushrooms in a roasted corn and butter sauce.

Sage | New American | The Strip

Sage manages artful simplicity by offering up a farm-to-table menu that thrives off the truer flavors of its fresh ingredients. Inspired dishes like the Wagyu short rib with pomme dauphine and hay-roasted turnips, and Pacific red snapper with a rye bread crust and roasted poblanos, make for an unforgettable meal. The ambiance here is cool and collected, with modern chic decor. So plan to stay a little longer post-meal, and maybe try out their signature cocktails.

Bazaar Meat | Steakhouse | The Strip

We're calling it a steakhouse, but acclaimed chef José Andrés calls his restaurant a "meathouse." This unrivaled culinary experience prides itself on celebrating a carefully curated list of handpicked ingredients. Offering up unique plates, like foie gras wrapped in cotton candy, or leeks with charred chipotle sauce and Finnish caviar. This is a place where the food is as delicious as it is inspiring.

Raku | Japanese | West of The Strip

This sinfully delicious Japanese robatayaki restaurant has long drawn recurring locals, chefs, and famed connoisseurs like Anthony Bourdain. Blessed with Chef and owner Mitsuo Endo, a James Beard Award semifinalist, this remarkable spot is surprisingly affordable. Tucked away behind a Chinatown strip mall, Raku serves up Kobe beef tendon with bacon-wrapped mushrooms, and signature dishes with fish flown in from Tokyo. This is not your average restaurant, and it's well worth venturing off the strip for.

Picasso | French | The Strip

A multi-recipient of the AAA Five Diamond Award and two-star winner of the prestigious Michelin guide award, Picasso not only offers remarkable food but is perhaps one of the most beautiful Las Vegas restaurants. If the walls lined with original Picasso artworks aren't enough, window-side tables offer romantic views of the Bellagio fountain, while the outdoor patio provides a perfect view of the Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy their truffle crust lamb with wine from a 1500 bottles selection, picked from the finest European vineyards.

SW Steakhouse | Steakhouse | The Strip

Wynn Las Vegas houses one of the few restaurants in the United States that serve authentic Kobe beef. This defines the unique appeal of SW Steakhouse with entrees like their succulent chili-rubbed double rib eye, paired with Chef David Walzog's exotic black truffle creamed corn. The Forbes Travel Guide Four Star award-winning SW Steakhouse makes for true upscale American steakhouse fare.

Bacchanal | Buffet Restaurant | The Strip

Las Vegas buffets are a definite must! Especially after a long night of 'experiencing Vegas,' and possibly a wicked hangover in need of soothing. That being said, we recommend the Bacchanal at Caesars Palace. The luxe buffet offers 9 show kitchens, and about 500 daily dishes. Try their mouth-watering Fried chicken and waffles, mini Wagyu sliders and Red velvet pancakes. Bacchanal is quientessential Vegas.