These are the best places to eat in Las Vegas.
Dining in Las Vegas has come a long way over the years and is clearly now one of the premier foodie destinations in the world. Cruising up and down The Strip, you’re constantly hit with billboards of the who’s who of celebrity chefs.
While that’s pretty awesome, there’s way more to Vegas than just “The Boulevard”! Amazing food can now be found in literally any direction. So whether you’re looking to dine like a baller or a pauper and everything in between, one thing is for sure…. you’ll never leave this city hungry!
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Last Updated: February 11, 2020
49 BEST PLACES TO EAT IN LAS VEGAS
Below we’ve broken the restaurants down by neighborhood.
The Strip (North)
- Rao’s (Caesars Palace, Italian, ) – Why deal with a two month waiting list for a table at the original location in NYC? This Vegas outpost can fit everyone! Dine in the Christmas room and order the best meatballs ever.
- Bazaar Meat (SLS, Steakhouses, ) – Get a group together and order the whole suckling pig. At $540, you must order it a couple of days in advance, and it will feed about 6 people.
- Bacchanal Buffet (Caesars Palace, Buffets, ) – This is the biggest buffet in buffet history. With over 500 items to choose from, this is a feast of epic proportions. Take a lap around the place before committing to anything.
- Nobu (Caesars Palace, Japanese, ) – Sure, they’re located in most major cities, but this location touts the most expansive menu of any Nobu around. They put miso marinated black cod on the culinary map, and there’s a reason why it’s still the standard.
- Tacos El Gordo (The Strip, Mexican, ) – Definitely the busiest restaurant in Las Vegas after 2am, and the adobada is what keeps everyone coming back.
- Joe’s Seafood Prime Steak and Stone Crab (Caesars Palace, Seafood, ) – Why fly to Miami? Stone crab season runs from 10/15-4/15, so get them while they’re fresh.
- Sushi Roku (Caesars Palace, Japanese, ) – While officially no longer on the menu, they will still make their yellowtail foie gras upon request. Thank me later.
- Yardbird & Southern Table (Venetian, Southern, ) – You’ll probably never spend more for fried chicken in your life, but you’ll know where the money went.
- Bouchon (Venetian, French, ) – Thomas Keller offers a fantastic brunch and the “Poulet et des Gaufres” (roasted chicken with bacon-chive waffle, maple syrup, Tahitian vanilla bean butter & sauce Chasseur) guarantees that you will have an awesome day.