I’ve heard legends of some famous
chefs, and now I want to try their food.
Where can I find the restaurants influenced
by these culinary magicians?
Many world-famous chefs have
come to try their luck in Vegas in recent
The host with the most — restaurants,
that is — has his stamp on
Puck Bar & Grill
at MGM Grand,
at Caesars Palace,
at Mandalay Bay,
Venetian and his latest addition to Las
at The Palazzo.
Emeril Lagasse put his signature
at The Palazzo,
Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House
at The MGM Grand and
at the Venetian. He also
, a fully
operational sports book on the lower
level of the Palazzo that also serves Lagasse’s
MGM Grand has world class Chef
, the only 3-Michelin
star chef in Las Vegas.
has taken Vegas for a culinary ride with
creations including Bellagio’s Michael
Mina, MGM Grand’s
I’m trying to impress a client with a
classy dinner, but I want to make sure I hit
the finest place. Where is my best bet?
You can always head for the
award-winning restaurants, such as
, which was an Epicurean
Award winner for Best French, Best
New Restaurant on the Strip, Best
Restaurant on the Strip and Best Restaurant.
in the Palazzo offers a romantic
atmosphere either in a cozy booth or
outside with a great view of the Strip.
both recognized by AAA as Five Diamond
Where can I find the classic Vegas
steak dinner, 24 hours a day?
A: The classic Vegas steak dinner is
one of our favorites. A place that’s easy
on your wallet is
Mr. Lucky’s 24/7
the Hard Rock. You can get a prime rib
dinner at the
and a hearty 16-ounce T-bone steak dinner
at the Orleans’
the same low price. For a complete list
of steak specials,
If you’re willing
there are some
great steaks out
at Wynn all offer
mouth-watering cuts of beef, cooked to
in the Forum
Shops at Caesars and
in MGM Grand are also restaurants that
use only top-quality ingredients.
I am the king of buffets, and food is
my passion. Where do I eat?
Vegas will certainly satisfy your
need. If gourmet is your thing, the Bellagio
, Wynn and the Paris will do you
right. Some other buffets worth digging
into are the
at the Palms
as well as the
Carnival World Buffet
at the Rio and
at the Mirage.
I’m more of a Sunday brunch person.
Where would you suggest I go?
A nice relaxing brunch you say?
Mon Ami Gabi
in the Paris hotel
complete with Champagne and buildyour-
own Bloody Mary bar.
Palms Place has a boutique-style Sunday
brunch including sushi, a Bloody
Mary bar, junk food platters — and you
can go in your pajamas.
the Palms offers an all-you-can-drink
The Steak House
at Circus Circus, the Sterling Brunch at
Bally’s (it’s a bit pricey but well worth it)
or the Gospel Brunch at the House of
Blues at Mandalay
Bay are also
in a swank atmosphere
important to me.
What are my options?
If you want
a place that’s as
pleasing to the
eye as it is to the
palate, treat yourself
, featuring dozens of pieces
by the Spanish artist himself, or
, where you will see every gentleman
sporting a jacket and tie.
Aria offers guests a classy dining room
option as does
at Mandalay Bay
Ristorante di Mare
at Wynn Las Vegas. If you want a view
that stretches beyond the dining décor,
get in your reservations for
at the Stratosphere,
at Paris Las Vegas
at the Palms — all offering a
spectacular view of Vegas. If you like to
dine outdoors, Todd English’s
Bellagio offers an up-close, remarkable
view of the resort’s dancing fountains.
Where can I find a meal among
Vegas is loaded with themed restaurants.
A few places worth mentioning
Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas
, and, of
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville
Where should I dine if I’m a vegetarian?
Veggie-lovers can find
, at the Palazzo and at
Parkway. Also, Vegas’ many buffets
offer a fine selection of meatless dishes.
Check out our list of other vegetarian
options in Vegas.
I’m not exactly a vegetarian, but I
would like to eat somewhere that has
more health-conscious food. Where
can I go?
If you want healthier cuisine without
ditching the flavor, check out
at Loews Lake Las Vegas Resort,
at Wynn Las Vegas and
at The Forum Shops at Caesars.
Both restaurants offer great sushi sure
to tantalize your taste buds while still
I have a huge sweet tooth, and I
live for dessert. Where can I get my fix?
For a cool treat, you can’t beat
Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace. Famous
for their frozen hot chocolate and
located right on the Las Vegas Strip. If
you’re walking down the Strip and you’re
hit by a chocolate craving, stop by
in the Showcase Mall.
For a sit-down joint that offers desserts
to die for, you must visit
Bellagio. If you want a taste of Vegas
Luv-It Frozen Custard
Vegas institution. But for a new twist on
an old standby, indulge in jelly-filled donut