One thing's for sure: There's no shortage of choices on the Las Vegas Strip Restaurants when it comes to finding something to eat. You'll find everything from high-end French fare to budget-friendly burgers jockeying for your taste buds' approval. The celebrity chef craze hit Las Vegas by storm, with some of the world's most famous chefs — including Wolfgang Puck, Michael Mina, Alain Ducasse and Emeril Lagasse — establishing kitchens in Las Vegas. As a result, the city boasts some of the best dining in the United States; according to the tourism board, Las Vegas is "the biggest thing to happen to food since salt." What's more, Las Vegas boasts more master sommeliers than Los Angeles and New York City combined, ensuring that whatever meal you choose will be paired with the perfect libation.
Bavette’s Steakhouse and Bar
At the PARK MGM. Bavette’s brings a Chicago classic to Las Vegas. Bavette’s embraces a French flair without the formality, blending fine dining with unabashed fun. Indulge in timeless steakhouse fare, including richly flavorful ribeyes, fresh seafood towers, traditional side dishes, and house made desserts. Strong cocktails and a well-curated international wine list enhance the gilded space which features red leather banquettes, glowing chandeliers, and lively jazz.
Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen
Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen is now serving on the Las Vegas Strip. The superstar chef debuted his fifth local restaurant, right on Las Vegas Boulevard, in front of Caesars Palace. Ramsay’s 8,000-square-foot themed concept hosts an interior bar, two dining rooms, a showcase kitchen and retail space.
Lago by Julian Serrano
At the Bellagio. Enjoy Chef Serrano’s menu of creative, signature flavors. Select from soups, salads, crostinis, focaccia and pizzettes, along with refreshing meat, seafood and vegetarian plates designed for sharing. The dining room has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, ensuring LAGO has the most spectacular views of the resort’s iconic fountains ever experienced on The Strip. Adjacent to the dining room, an open-air patio offers waterfront seating centered on Lake Bellagio.
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant serves wonderful French food in one of the most romantic settings in Las Vegas, Romantic, lofty, and conveniently located in Sin City, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant is the place you've been waiting for! So if you're with a special someone, this is a Las Vegas don’t miss!
The BEER PARK
At the SLS Las Vegas. The Umami Burger named “Burger of the Year” by GQ Magazine. And now, the "Best Burger" experience is even better in Las Vegas: paired with Craft Beer in an outdoor Beer Garden overlooking The Strip and betting in the William Hill Sports Book. This is the Best Burger in Las Vegas and it is at the SLS Las Vegas. If you are at a Casino on the Las Vegas Strip the Las Vegas Monorail runs from the MGM Grand to the SLS Las Vegas home of the Umami Burger. Take this short trip, you won’t be disappointed!
Downtown on Fremont Street
The Grotto at the Golden Nugget
The Grotto has great Italian food and the Best Pizza you will ever have. The Grotto Pizza is $10.00 at the Bar during the Grotto Happy Hours.
Pizza Happy Hour at the Bar
Monday – Friday | 2pm to 6pm
Sunday – Thursday | 10:30pm to 12am
Dining and Shopping on The Linq Promenade Walkway
Flamingo & the Strip
The Linq Promenade Walkway, has a prime center strip location with shopping, dining and a nightlife district anchored by the High Roller observation wheel. Your Las Vegas Visit is not complete without a visit to the Linq Promenade Walkway. A Don't Miss!
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Great Food with Classic Rock, and over 100 Craft and Import Beers Innovative food from an amazing scratch kitchen.
The Yard House is the modern American gathering place where beer & food lovers unite. Enjoy great food, classic rock music & 160 taps of the best American craft beer & imports. Great Place!!
The New O'SHEASThe Strip’s favorite party destination attached to both The LINQ Hotel and Casino’s casino floor as well as the outdoor LINQ Promenade. O’Sheas was one of the first tenants to debut in the Promenade. The renovated 5,000-square-foot pub maintains the spirit of the original with a state-of-the-art touch. Its prime, center-Strip location, games and drink specials mean the revelry never stops. Take your experience up a notch and order the signature Irish margarita, infused with whiskey. A 24 hour party.
Flour & Barley
Cool, modern spot with a big patio for gourmet brick-oven pizza, Panini, pasta and craft beer.
Slices of gooey, cheesy heaven await at Flour & Barley’s 3,800-square-foot restaurant that brings the beloved dish to The LINQ. Enjoy brick oven pizza with fresh whole milk mozzarella and house-made toppings. Savor its pasta dishes, sandwiches and salads while taking in the retro décor and vintage sports memorabilia. The pizzeria also features handcrafted & barrel aged cocktails as well as an extensive craft beer program with cask ales and cask wines. Dine inside or on the 1,200-square-foot patio opening to The Linq’s entertainment district or use the to-go window serving fresh-made slices for your quick walk to the High Roller.
OFF THE STRIP
Family-owned restaurant & bar offering American & Italian comfort eats in a relaxed, lofty space
A Las Vegas locals’ favorite, Off The Strip boasts a loyal following thanks to its classic bistro and bar comfort food. This two-story Strip location features three bars and indoor and outdoor dining -- ideal whether having a large meal or grabbing a few craft beers. The chicken parmesan and lobster ravioli are some of the most favorite menu items.
The High Roller
Between Harrah's and the Linq
The Carnaval Court
Day and night, you can enjoy music from live bands and DJs who keep the lively, diverse crowds smiling and grooving. Charismatic flair bartenders dazzle as they prepare your drinks, and you can test your luck at blackjack tables. Easy access to the Las Vegas Strip. A must for a Las Vegas Visit