36 "Big Groups" restaurants in Las Vegas.
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.
Pizza Rock downtown has more options for styles of pizza than we knew existed - bring a group or come for the late-night Happy Hour.
Bring a group to Q Bistro in Chinatown for reasonably priced fried chicken, and make sure to follow it up with karaoke next door.
Lucky Penny is a 24-hour spot in the Palms with a massive menu, a huge space, and breakfast all day.
For a ton of TVs playing sports and way above average bar food, bring everyone to Born and Raised in southwest Vegas.
El Dorado is right off the Strip, serves some of the best Mexican food in the city, and is open 24 hours, so it’s always a bit of a party.
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.
Evel Pie is an aggressively Evel Knievel-themed pizza spot in the Fremont East District downtown.
An old-school spot right off the Strip, Osaka Bistro serves Japanese small plates and sushi, and has a great late-night menu.
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 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.
When you want to completely ball out, make a reservation far in advance for Sterling Brunch, a $125 crazy upscale buffet in Bally’s.
Food halls aren’t new, but Block 16 in the Cosmopolitan has some of our favorite vendors from around the world, like Nashville hot chicken and donuts.
One of our favorite buffets is at Veranda - it’s more casual than with it being inside the Four Seasons, and the mini donuts can cure any hangover.
The menu at Catch in the ARIA is almost all seafood, and the entryway is one of the most beautiful you’ll ever see.