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The Best Restaurants in Las Vegas

Stop in for light bites or serious eats at these top Vegas restaurants

Allegro
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
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Much like its name, the new Italian-American eatery dishes out rustic tradition in a lively setting. Executive Chef Enzo Febbraro’s specialties include baked lasagna Napoletana, with Sunday meat ragu, meatballs and smoked mozzarella.

Andrea's

Andrea’s

Andrea’s
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
wynnlasvegas.com
This nightclub-dining hybrid serves Asian-inspired cuisine and an interactive cocktail menu presented on iPads named after chart-topping hits and world-famous DJ’s.

BarMasa at Aria
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South
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For an evening of culinary entertainment, check out Chef Masa Takayama’s famed sushi restaurant featuring four VIP booths and communal seating for up to 10 guests. Watch as highly skilled chefs prep and plate dishes using only the finest quality meats, seafood and vegetables.

Botero Supper Club at Encore
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
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Botero at Encore has introduced offshoot Botero Supper Club, a collaboration with Surrender, Tryst and XS nightclubs. Sit back and listen to celebrity DJ’s spin and enjoy cocktails and small plates like Hamachi tartare with crispy rice cake, rock shrimp po’ boys and turkey mozzarella meatball sliders.

Bouchon Bakery
3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South
bouchonbakery.com
Thomas Keller’s second outpost is located directly off Las Vegas Boulevard. Try the croissants, pains au chocolat, muffins, cakes, tarts, cookies, savory sandwiches and custom-blend brew from Chef Keller’s partner, Equator Coffee Roasters.

Allegro

Allegro

Citizens Kitchen & Bar
3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South
citizenslasvegas.com
Much like the casinos, Chef Brian Massie’s American restaurant is open 24/7 and includes dishes like the weekend Hangover Brunch, which comes with crispy fried chicken, bacon and cheddar loaded with waffles in a jalapeno maple syrup.

Commonwealth

Commonwealth

Commonwealth
525 Fremonth Street
commonwealthlv.com
Downtown Vegas’ revamp progresses with the pre-Prohibition-inspired Commonwealth. The 6,000-square-foot cocktail bar boasts a backroom speakeasy, a rooftop space and seasonal cocktails. Though the 20-foot-long bar attracts crowds, booths allow for private conversation.

DB Brasserie

DB Brasserie

DB Brasserie
3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South
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French chef Daniel Boulud’s casual French eatery will boast a “bistro feel” thanks to mirrored walls and leather banquettes in Jaguar racing green. Diners can look forward to dishes like escargots spaetzle and poireaux vinaigrette.

Fleur by Hubert Keller
3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South
huberkeller.com
This casual small-plates restaurant features exotic dishes from around the world by Frenchman and Top Chef judge Hubert Keller.

Hakkasan, MGM Grand
3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South
hakkasanlv.com
An Asian-inspired menu features delicious entrees, including the ever so popular crispy-duck salad and strawberry-basil martini.

Kumi Japanese Restaurant + Bar
3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South
kumilasvegas.com
Kumi by Akira Back serves Korean-inflected Japanese food that draws from the lauded chef’s childhood like the Seoul Garden, a take on bibimbap with a sweet and spicy sauce.

L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon
3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South
mgmgrand.com
Enjoy French cuisine where dinner is prepared right in front of you. Signature dishes include free-range quail stuffed with foie gras and steak tartar.

Lily Bar & Lounge at the Bellagio
3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South
bellagio.com
Lily Bar & Lounge is a welcome new spot from The Light Group. After 10 P.M., the retractable curtains drop over the open room, shrouding it in mystery. Enjoy over-the-top finger foods like Kobe chili fries and lobster tacos away from the prying eyes of curious gamblers.

Mizumi
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
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With its glowing waterfall and lush koi lagoon, Mizumi’s alfresco seating suggests a Japanese garden. The indoor space, once home to Okada, is drenched in crimson, a shade that’s said to induce appetite. But who needs coaxing with dishes like the Robatayaki platter, a mouthwatering combination of Kurobuta pork, Jidori chicken and Wagyu short ribs?

Red Square
3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South
redsquarelasvegas.com
For an extensive martini menu and vodka shots served below freezing temps, check out the Ice bar at Brian Massie’s Russian American restaurant.

Rose.Rabbit.Lie

Rose.Rabbit.Lie

Rose.Rabbit.Lie
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
roserabbitlie.com
It’s the premiere social club of its kind at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Rose.Rabbit.Lie is part restaurant, part nightclub with live entertainment, all in one exceptionally luxe venue.

RX Boiler Room
3930 Las Vegas Boulevard South
rxboilerroom.com
Chef and restaurateur Rick Moonen’s steam punk-themed Rx Boiler Room (Rx is shorthand for Rick’s ) has an apothecary lounge and a lab-style space with sexy velvet drapes. We recommend the braised oxtail croquettes and kampachi tartare tacos.

Scarpetta
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
scottconant.com
Scott Conant’s soulful Italian menu presents an extensive wine list with over 500 selections that span France, Italy and Spain.

Tetsu at Aria
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South
aria.com
Tetsu guests can pick from a central table piled high with meat, seafood and vegetables, then move to one of six grills. (Four are blackjack-style tables, in case you forget you’re in Vegas.) Look for jalapeño octopus, Wagyu rib eye, live shrimp and foie gras. And remember to save room for Takayama’s truffle ice cream covered in gold flakes.

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