I have finally compiled all my Las Vegas posts into one place. I go to Las Vegas at least once a year, so over the past few years I’ve built up a nice collection of posts. There’s a ton of good dining in Las Vegas, and list below only scratches the surface of all the great food options in this unique city.
Nevertheless, I do try to seek out well-reviewed places that are known for food, so most (if not all) of the places on this list are restaurants that I highly recommend.
Note – the list below includes all restaurants I’ve visited. Not every single one has a post associated with it. I have tried to write short snippets about the restaurants without blog posts.
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Harvest by Roy Ellamar
Lago by Julian Serrano
Jean Philippe Patisserie
Bellagio Buffet – probably the most famous (and one of the best) buffets on the Strip, complete with all sorts of luxurious items from around the world.
Olives – we actually thoroughly enjoyed our sandwiches here for lunch (great Cuban!), though the Boston location left a bit to be desired.
Rivea Alaine Ducasse
Wynn Buffet – one of the best buffets on the Strip and priced quite reasonably considering what you’re getting.
Alex – now closed. This two-star Michelin restaurant was opulent, beautiful, and had incredible food. Bryan still says the best seared fois gras he’s ever had in his life was at Alex.
Tableau – sunny and pleasant, this elegant spot in the Wynn Tower Suites has little “extras” such as providing a little stool for me for my handbag. The brunch is excellent (think Kobe beef and French toast, for example).
|China Poblano||RM Seafood|
|Bouchon (Bistro)||Bouchon Bakery|
|Jean Philippe Patisserie||Picasso|
|Raos (2011)||Mesa Grill (2011)|
|Joel Robuchon (The Mansion)||Beijing Noodle No. 9|
|Raos||Mesa Grill (Bobby Flay)|
|Enoteca San Marco (Venetian)|
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