Carversteak is where you should go for big steaks and a tableside martini cart on the Strip.
May 31, 2023
Doanburi is an excellent takeout-only sushi spot in West Las Vegas.
Mr. BBQ Las Vegas is a family-run, all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue spot in Chinatown.
Spiedini Fiamma is a fun Italian spot near Summerlin where you should have a limoncello martini in a velvet banquette.
Anima by EDO is a date night spot near Summerlin with a great raw bar and a Spanish/Italian menu.
Shanghai Plaza is a two-story strip mall that's home to some of the best Asian food in Las Vegas.
Brezza on the Strip is a great Italian spot if you're looking for dinner before a show.
December 14, 2022
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.
Mayfair Supper Club is part fine dining restaurant part performance venue in the Bellagio where you can eat a seafood tower, sip on champagne, and watch a show.
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.
Crossroads Kitchen is an excellent plant-based fine dining restaurant on the Strip.
If you want to totally ball out, head to Wakuda's secret omakase room. The neon lighting and extremely fresh sushi make every part of Wakuda very, very cool.
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.
Honey Salt is a casual spot for brunch in Angel Park.
Partage in Chinatown serves a French tasting menu in five-, seven- and nine-course seasonal options, and works great for special occasions.
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.