The Golden Tiki in Vegas' Chinatown might be the tiki bar to end all tiki bars.
November 15, 2023
Secret Pizza in the Cosmopolitan isn’t as secret as it once was, but it’s still some of the best pizza in Vegas.
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.
Evel Pie is an aggressively Evel Knievel-themed pizza spot in the Fremont East District downtown.
Siegel’s 1941 is classic old-school Vegas, located inside the Cortez Hotel it serves comfort food and is open 24 hours.
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.
An old-school spot right off the Strip, Osaka Bistro serves Japanese small plates and sushi, and has a great late-night menu.
This spot in The Cosmopolitan works just as well for breakfast beignets as it does for a reasonably-priced lunch, or middle-of-the-night meal.
Shanghai Taste in Las Vegas' Chinatown is an undisputed local legend when it comes to Chinese food.
Golden Steer is the oldest continually-operating restaurant in Las Vegas. Request to be seated in Marilyn Monroe's booth.
If you're in need of a hot bowl of ramen, head to this counter service spot in Chinatown.
For an excellent Italian meal off the Strip, head to Ferraro's.
Head to DW Bistro for weekend brunch, and make sure to order the jerk pork hash and french toast soufflé.
Michael Mina is a seafood restaurant on the Strip where you can eat hamachi provençal that's flown in daily on a private plane.
Good Pie serves all different styles of pizza and large pitchers of sangria in the Arts District.
La Strega in Summerlin is an Italian place that's great for a date night, and the whole grilled branzino is a must.
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is the best spot in town to get a once-in-a-lifetime French meal, all in a clubby setting.
Aburiya Raku is hands-down one of the best Japanese restaurants in the country.
Delilah in the Wynn Las Vegas is one of the toughest reservations to get, but the secret celebrity performances, as well as seriously good chicken tenders, make it very worth it.
SoulBelly feels like a Texas honky tonk and serves seriously good brisket and disco fries.
If it's your first time at this classic Spanish tapas place in Chinatown, we'd recommend the $75 chef's tasting menu and a cocktail.
This casual Italian spot in the Downtown Arts District has amazing housemade pasta and eight different types of sourdough bread.
Mott 32 in the Venetian is one of our go-to spots in Vegas for a sit-down dinner. Consider ordering the Peking duck, which you'll need to reserve three days in advance.
Black Sheep is just a short drive from the Strip, has a casual feel, and serves great Vietnamese American food.
Head to Kame Omakase for a special occasion fueled by sushi and nigiri. And don't be surprised if you're served something with 24K gold—you're in Las Vegas, after all.