11 "Small Plates" restaurants in Las Vegas.
The reverse Happy Hour at Izakaya Go in Chinatown is an amazing deal, but their menu of Japanese small plates is already super reasonably priced.
Whether you go with one of the tasting menu options or pick French dishes a la carte, dinner at Partage in Chinatown will be memorable.
Sweets Raku isn’t your usual dessert spot, come for the Chef’s Special dessert set with some of the most intricate desserts you’ll find in the city.
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.
Shark, right next to Kaos in the Palms, is a great place for dinner before a night out, with a mostly-seafood menu with some twists.
Hatsumi is a Japanese restaurant downtown with a long bar and a few booths where you’ll eat skewers and interesting small plates.
Libertine Social in the Mandalay Bay is where you should start your night of hotel-hopping; get a good cocktail and share a few small plates.
With its casual feel and Vietnamese/American menu, Black Sheep feels like an escape, even though it's just a short drive from the Strip.
Other Mama in Spring Valley might be small - under 50 seats - but it’s still one of our favorite places for high-quality and creative seafood.
You won’t find more creative food anywhere in Vegas than you will at Sparrow and Wolf in Spring Valley. Come with a few friends and share everything.