15 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in Las Vegas.
This simple barbecue spot in the back of the Ellis Island Hotel is our top spot for an inexpensive meal of chicken and baby back ribs.
Crown & Anchor is an English-pub-themed bar close to the Strip where you can post up at the bar and eat pub food.
Whether it’s 4am or 4pm, Roberto’s - a short drive from the Strip - is open and serving tacos, burritos, and our favorite dish, the carne asada fries.
One the best late-night spots, Starboard Tack is a quick drive from the Strip, and where you’ll find things like Thai mussels and pu-pu platters.
When you want a reliably fantastic place to have a really big night with a group of friends, head to Momofuku in the Cosmopolitan.
The Bagel Cafe in Summerlin is a great spot for a group of friends to recount last night over bagels, pastries, and egg sandwiches.
Weiss Deli is on the way to the Hoover Dam in the Green Valley Plaza, so make a pit stop for an excellent breakfast sandwich.
Lola’s in Spring Valley doesn’t feel like it’s in Vegas, from the Cajun-Creole food to the comfortable space with lots of TVs playing Saints games.
All five locations of The Cracked Egg will feel familiar, with their classic diner feel and menus to match.
Nobu might have locations all around the world, but the one in Caesar’s Palace is a consistently great upscale option for a celebratory night.
Dino's is your "last drink of the night" spot - it's a dive right by the Arts District with pool tables, shuffleboard, and karaoke.
Part history lesson, part bar, Atomic Liquors on Fremont St. is Vegas’ oldest freestanding bar and great for a few draft beers.
If you eat one bowl of ramen in Vegas, it should be at Jinya in Chinatown - there might be a wait but it’s worth it.
Mon Ami Gabi, a French spot in the Paris, is great anytime of day, but make sure you sit outside - they have the best view of the Bellagio Fountains.