Top Ten Restaurants In Las Vegas
YardBird Southern Table and Bar
Venetian Las Vegas
Yardbird Southern Table and Bar is one of the most upscale settings for a comfortably southern restaurant. It is not one of those places that you should probably try to avoid licking the mouth watering flavoring off of your fingers. With that being said you do not need to dress up to go there as the attire is casual. They appear to offer all of the classics you love on the menu, but when the food comes you realize it is not the simple way you are accustomed to.
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If the perfect atmosphere combined with scrumptious food is what you enjoy, then Lakeside would probably be the perfect fit for you. They have an amazing option that brings fresh Hawaiian fish boats to the table, and it, is, awesome! The setting is romantic enough to share a special meal with the one you love or for a date, while being comfortable enough to have a casual meal with friends. Out on the patio you can enjoy soaking in the views of the Lake of Dreams while enjoying your great food.
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L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
This is an upscale, casual, well respected restaurant featuring French cuisine. You can sit at the counter for a front-row seat and watch your food be prepared. If you can look past the price of the food, the bread cart alone is worth a visit. The chocolate cart at the end of the meal is worth another visit and the intimate room as well as the superior service only compliments the incredible food that comes out of the kitchen.
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Downtown Las Vegas
The room is ample for a trendy hotspot but can get crowded and generate a wait on busy weekend nights. If possible see if you can get a table at the high top that looks into the kitchen. This spot allows you a view of what is coming out of the kitchen and since this is a “small plates order as you get hungry” type of place you might find that seeing what other people are ordering might help you make a few tough decisions. There are some spots outside on the patio that you might enjoy for a meal and a drink and enough two top tables to even consider this a date night affair, even in the way people who really know each other go out for a date that does not have to include white table clothes and French accents.
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The restaurant brings modern Italian cuisine to Las Vegas in an elegant restaurant that still maintains its rustic roots. Scarpetta is an Italian expression meaning “little shoe” or in food, it’s the bread that is used to soak up a dish. You will have plenty to soak up at Scarpetta. For starters, walk past the long bar area and into the main dining room, where the view of the Bellagio fountains sets the Italian mood. Then, order a bottle of your favorite Italian wine or let the Master Sommelier pick one out for you. You have to try the bread. The bread basket varies, but the foccacia is delicious and served with butter, olive oil and eggplant caponata.
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The most upscale restaurant at the SLS resort is the latest offering from Spanish chef José Andrés, serving up an eclectic menu that goes far beyond what you’ll find at a traditional American steakhouse. Setting it’s self apart from other restaurants by allowing guests to pull up a seat to the “meat bar” and choose your protein, everything from buffalo carpaccio and wild boar sausage to wagyu beef cheeks, wagyu steak by the pound, or a whole wood-fired pig. The menu is large and diverse for a steakhouse. Plus, it’s the only place you’ll find foie gras cotton candy.
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There are multiple Nobu restaurants in Las Vegas and even across the world that all serve exceptional food. With that being said, if you are going for just the food then you can enjoy any of their great locations. However, if you are going for the Las Vegas experience, then you should go to the Caesars Palace location. Nobu also has the Nobu Lounge, which is an ultra lounge that also serves superior food.
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To say that your are going to eat some great food at Le Cirque is a given. However, the dining experience compared to other restaurants is held high above most others. The atmosphere feels familiar and very comfortable, it’s as if it is a place that you have have been coming to for a very long time even if it is your first time there. Le Cirque is the kind of place that you think of when you think about where you should propose to that special someone. It is also the place you think of taking your kid(s) when they win a sports game.
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If you are the kind of person that goes to a restaurant and simply cannot decide what to get unless someone can describe the dish and flavors to you, the Sage is the place you need to go to. In my experience, every waiter there is very knowledgeable about the food. When they describe each dish, you can feel their passion for the plate and almost taste the meal before you even order it. They can let you know what cooking styles are employed if you are interested and answer just about any question that may arise about the items on the menu.
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Edge Steakhouse at the former Hilton Las Vegas – LVH – renovated by Westgate is probably the best fine dining option for value. They are said to offer twice the food for half the price, if not less, than you would will find at its Strip counterparts. Even providing the excellent price for realistic portions of food, it is not lacking in any of the flavor. Edge steaks are towering hunks of prime beef served on pure white plates. The steaks are paired with maitre’d hotel butter and a clove of garlic. Although they offer exceptional entrees, some locals like to come here just for the sides.
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