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The Barrymore


99 Convention Center Dr, Las Vegas
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Located just off the strip in the Royal Resort Hotel, The Barrymore is one of the most beautiful restaurants you’ll ever walk into. The booths are plush enough that you’ll have to actively stop yourself from lying down and pretending you live there for the night, which might be more difficult after working your way through the menu, with things like lobster mac and cheese, seafood platters, and steaks. If you’re looking for something that feels like the Strip, but isn’t actually on the Strip, this is the best spot. Especially since you can end your night with live music in their bar area instead of by being roped into a photo with a weird street performer.

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