34 "American" Restaurants in Las Vegas.
Naked City Pizza has some of our favorite wings in the entire city - though you can also get pizza at this Southeast spot.
You may have to walk through the smokey Eureka Casino to get it, but the burger at Fat Choy is one of our favorites in the city.
When you need a last-minute, casual spot good for groups, bring everyone to Market Street Cafe in the California Hotel for a Hawaiian diner menu.
For a ton of TVs playing sports and way above average bar food, bring everyone to Born and Raised in southwest Vegas.
The Kitchen at Atomic downtown is the perfect one-two punch, come here for the varied menu of American food and then go next door to Atomic Liquors.
Siegel’s 1941 is classic old-school Vegas, located inside the Cortez Hotel it serves comfort food and is open 24 hours.
You all slept in and need a late brunch spot - head to Echo & Rig, an upscale steakhouse in Tivoli Village on weekends for brunch until 3pm.
Grand Cafe in the Red Rock Hotel is an affordable choice all day, but their all-nighter menu is our favorite part of coming here late.
You could come to Makers & Finders, a coffee shop in the Arts District for a quick cup, but you should sit and order from their Central American menu.
Spago has one of the best views of the Bellagio fountains, so sit outside and eat some great - but pricey - Spanish-style appetizers and pasta.
Eat is a Southern breakfast and lunch spot downtown with a space and food that are equally comforting.
Lulu’s in Centennial is a great stop for breakfast before you head on a hike up Mount Charleston.
You want massive hunks of red meat and to get almost as dressed up as you did for prom - have dinner at Jean Georges Steakhouse on the Strip.
With a nightly DC and a breezy patio, Herringbone’s seafood-heavy menu is about as close as you’ll come to the beach in Vegas.
Whether you want breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a late-night meal, head to Peppermill on the Strip at any time of day (they’re open 24 hours).