The best places to eat in Las Vegas

In order to compile a list of where the best places are to eat at in Las Vegas we thought why not ask our friends, and colleagues who work in the casino industry where they like to go out to eat on their night off. You can be sure that none of these selections are going to disappoint.

Best Steak house

Forum Shops @ Caesars, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. South, as Vegas, NV 89109
Call 702.792.9222 for reservations.

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab restaurant, created by Lettuce Entertain You, in partnership with the original Joe’s in Miami, offers a tempting selection of aged prime steaks and a wide range of jet-fresh seafood. Served in a timeless setting, by knowledgeable servers, Joe’s sets the standard for quintessential fine dining, loved and respected the world over.

Smith & Wollensky

3767 South Las Vegas Boulevard, On the Strip Opposite City Center,Las Vegas, NV 89109
Call (702)862-4100 for reservations.

In a city that offers countless ways to indulge, Smith & Wollensky provides an oasis of exceptional food and refined service all within walking distance of major attractions. Our freestanding New York-style steakhouse located right on the Strip, and our sidewalk Wollensky’s Grill, are the perfect places to people-watch and soak up the city vibe.

Best Italian & Pizza

Brio Tuscan Grille, 6653 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Call (702) 914-9145

BRIO invites you to gather with friends, family and co-workers to experience the flavours of Tuscany without leaving the country. Bringing the pleasures of the Tuscan country villa to Las Vegas, our chef-inspired Tuscan recipes are sure to tempt your palate. At BRIO we believe that “to eat well is to live well.” Buon Appetito!
Nora’s Italian Cuisine,6020 West Flamingo Ste. 10,Las Vegas, NV 89103
Call ( 702) 873-8990 for reservations.
Worth the three mile taxi ride from the Strip Nora’s has been serving home-style Italian cuisine since 1991. Very popular with the people who live and work in Vegas make a reservation and you will not be disappointed.

Grimaldi’s

The Shoppes at the Palazzo, Suite 2710,3327 Las Vegas Blvd. South,Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: 702-754-3450

If you’re searching for THE best coal-fired brick oven, New York-style thin crust pizza in the world, look no further. Grimaldi’s offers over 100 years of pizza-making traditions and the tantalizing aroma of pizza and calzones baked to perfection in the signature coal burning oven. Why coal-fired ovens? It gives our pizza and calzones a unique flavour and a crisp crust that is just not possible from gas, convection or wood burning ovens.

Dom De Marco’s

9785 W. Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89117
Call (702) 570-7000

Imagine pizza so incredibly delicious that New Yorkers and tourists-in-the-know happily stand in line for three hours to get a pie or even just a slice. What’s the secret to such devotion? Dom DeMarco’s mouth-watering, award-winning pies are carefully handcrafted using closely guarded recipes and quality imported ingredients. Rated the #1 pizza in New York by Zagat.

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American Style Bistro’s

Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro

3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, (Palazzo Hotel), Las Vegas, NV 89103
Call (702) 607-6333

Morels Las Vegas joins CUT Las Vegas and CARNEVINO Las Vegas as fantastic options for the steak lover visiting The Palazzo Las Vegas. The variety of French cuisine at Morels Las Vegas is really what separates it from the other steakhouses on the Las Vegas Strip. While not a steakhouse staple, the charcuterie is phenomenal. When paired with the right French wine, it is perfect as a snack outside on the Strip patio or as an appetizer before dinner.

Aureole

3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV 89119-1005
Call (702) 632-7401

Charlie Palmer’s renowned New York Aureole enjoys a reputation as one of the finest restaurants in the United States. Palmer opened Aureole at Mandalay Bay in 1999, featuring seasonal dishes that include artisan dry-aged beef and fresh seafood.

Designed by pre-eminent restaurant designer Adam Tihany, Aureole’s visual trademark is a four-story wine tower with its very own Wine Angel Stewards, who gracefully ascend the tower to retrieve bottles. Guests can search the 3,200 bottle touch-screen wine list, which includes a 1961 bottle of Chateau Petrus valued at $4,500.

Marche Bacchus

2620 Regatta Dr Ste 106, Las Vegas, NV 89128-6892
(702) 804-800

Escape from the desert to Lakeside Shores in Summerlin, and dine on typical French Bistro Cuisine. Just ten miles from the strip this is where the locals go for a good night out. What sets Marche Bacchus apart is that it is also a wine store with over 950 labels to choose from. Select your own wine to accompany your meal, and you will be saving more than half of what you would pay for the equivalent on the Strip.

Asian Cuisine

3505 S. Valley View Blvd.Las Vegas, NV,89103
Call (702) 247-4120

Kung Fu Thai & Chinese Restaurant is the oldest and most Authentic Thai and Chinese restaurant in Las Vegas, originally opened downtown in 1974. World renowned for maintaining consistency in flavour, essence, aroma, and taste in all of our great tasting Thai and Chinese dishes which are prepared and served every day in the fabulous city of Las Vegas. By maintaining a higher degree of customer service, Kungfu Plaza goes beyond the bounds of traditional Las Vegas dining.

Blossom Chinese Restaurant in the Aria Casino

3730 LAS VEGAS BLVD, Las Vegas, NV 89158
Call +1- (877) 230-2742

From classic to cutting edge, Blossom delivers the triumphs of Chinese cuisine to this stylish Las Vegas restaurant through a 100-dish lineup that spans every preference. The meticulously researched menu offers the best of China’s culinary wisdom tailored for both the Western palate as well as authentic dishes that bring the dishes of Beijing and Hong Kong to the Las Vegas restaurant scene.
Las Vegas has some of the best restaurants in the world that cater to an international clientele making it hard for anyone not to find a style of food to suit their taste.

Photos: Grimaldi’s Pizza; Smith & Wollensky

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