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16 Delicious Restaurants for Dinner in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas is so much more than a weekend party spot.

It’s also an (underrated) foodie spot with delicious, mouth-watering restaurants every where you look.

Keep reading for my 16 favorite restaurants for dinner in Las Vegas.

Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar

Flatlay of steak and classic sides, plated separately.
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  • Location: Park MGM
  • Phone: (702) 730-6700

Bavette’s focuses on steak and seafood with a French twist.

It’s the perfect dinner spot before a show at the Park Theater, also in the Park MGM resort, or T-Mobile Arena, which is just next door.

Bavette’s is located right off of Park MGM’s casino floor, near High Limit Slots.

Beauty & Essex

Closeup of a row of tasting spoons with grilled cheese dumplings atop tomato soup.
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  • Location: The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
  • Phone: (877) 893-2001

Beauty & Essex has an interesting menu featuring lots of dishes that are a hip take on classic American dishes, like grilled cheese, smoked bacon and tomato soup dumplings (pictured below).

It can be a bit tricky to find at first, so if you go, look out for a pawn shop on the 3rd floor at The Cosmopolitan, rather than a restaurant.


Photo collage with a flatlay photo of various seafood dishes and a photo of the entrance to Catch at Aria Las Vegas.
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  • Location: Aria
  • Phone: (702) 590-5757

For delicious Asian-inspired seafood, sushi, and steak, plus a super instagrammable experience, CATCH at Aria is THE place.

Be sure to head there early for a pre-dinner drink for gorgeous (and tasty) cocktails and beautiful floral displays!

CATCH is located next to the front desk near the Aria lobby.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

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  • Location: Paris Las Vegas
  • Phone: (702) 948-6937

Yes, Vegas has a replica of the Eiffel Tower. And yes, you can dine there, just like the real one.

The view is incredible and the food is delicious. It’s the perfect spot for a romantic date night or big celebration!

From either of the front entrances of the Paris Las Vegas hotel, you’ll find the entrance for the Eiffel Tower Restaurant diagonal from Alexxa’s, next to the box office desk.

Gordon Ramsay Steak

Flat lay photo of steak, baked potatoes, fries, and other sides.
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  • Location: Paris Las Vegas
  • Phone: (702) 946-4663

One of several Gordon Ramsay restaurants in Vegas, Steak has a hip vibe, mouth-watering steaks and delicious cocktails.

I seriously dream about Steak’s blueberry cocktail, HK Antioxidant, on the regular!

Gordon Ramsay Steak is located straight back through the casino floor from the front entrance of the Paris Las Vegas hotel.

Harvest by Roy Ellamar

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  • Location: Bellagio
  • Phone: (702) 693-8800

For dinner made with sustainable, local ingredients, head to Harvest by Roy Ellamar. 

Whether you want a light salad with colorful ingredients or a delicious steak, everything here is fresh, fresh, fresh!

Harvest is located in the Spa Tower of the Bellagio, just past Essentials.

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

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  • Location: MGM Grand
  • Phone: (702) 891-7358

All tables at L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon have a view into the service kitchen, so you can watch your meal being made.

This 1-star Michelin restaurant is perfect for a pre or post-theater dinner thanks to its location next to the KÀ Theater.

Le Cirque

Flat lay photo of fancy dishes at Le Cirque at Bellagio
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Le Cirque @ Bellagio
: (702) 693-8100
Directions: Located between Lago and Yellowtail restaurants in front of the famed Bellagio fountains.

Le Cirque is a fabulous choice for theater-goers, with its prix-fixe theater menus.

It’s is also a great pick for wine lovers, as it boasts more than 900 wines available and on-staff sommeliers.

The Mayfair Supper Club

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The Mayfair Supper Club @ Bellagio
: (702) 693-8876
Directions: Located directly in the center view of the Bellagio fountains, between Lago and Jasmine.

For a luxurious meal and a show all in one, head to The Mayfair Supper Club. 

The best part? On Fridays and Saturdays, it turns into an upscale lounge, Mayfair After Dark, as the night goes on. Ladies, your feet will thank me!


Closeup of sushi and sashimi from Nobu Restaurant in Las Vegas.
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Nobu @ Caesars Palace
: 800-727-4923
Directions: Nobu is located just past Cleopatra’s Barge lounge, away from the casino floor.

If sushi’s your thing, Nobu is where it’s at.

Located in Caesar’s Palace, Nobu has an extensive sushi and sashimi menu, as well as other delicious Japanese fare, such as teppanyaki.

NoMad Library

Closeup of a bowl of lobster fra diavolo and a delicious cocktail.
Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International.

NoMad Library @ NoMad Las Vegas
: (702) 730-6788
Directions: Located in the NoMad Hotel, at the top of the Park MGM resort.

If you’re in the mood for French-inspired cuisine, head to NoMad Library tucked away at the top of Park MGM in the NoMad Las Vegas hotel.

On Mondays, they have a 3-course chicken dinner for 2 for $100, plus select bottles of wine are half off!

Peter Luger Steakhouse

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Peter Luger Steakhouse @ Caesars Palace
Directions: Located in the space where the now-closed Rao’s used to be, next to MR.CHOW on Level 1.

Coming to Caesars Palace in Fall 2022 is the Vegas location of the Michelin-starred Peter Luger Steakhouse.

This will be the first location of the steakhouse outside of New York City.

Expect thick cuts of beef, juicy burgers, and classic sides like fries, veggies, and shrimp cocktail. Last but not least, the German-style desserts like apple strudel are a must try!


Photo of a steak and veggies displayed like an abstract heart.
Photo courtesy of MGM Resorts International.

Picasso @ Bellagio
: (702) 693-8865
Directions: Located in between Louis Vuitton and Spago restaurant, on the right side of the Bellagio fountains.

Not only can you dine on fabulous modern Spanish and French inspired dishes, but you can also see original Picasso artwork throughout this Bellagio-based restaurant.

Outdoor seating by the Bellagio fountains is also available, with cooling misters in the hot months, and heat lamps the rest of the year.

Restaurant Guy Savoy

Closeup of steak and lobster from Restaurant Guy Savoy in Las Vegas.
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Restaurant Guy Savoy @ Caesars Palace
: (702) 731-7286
Directions: Located on Level 2 of the Augustus Tower.

Restaurant Guy Savoy is French fine dining at its best. Its premise is to follow Savoy’s famed Parisian restaurant of the same name.

Aside from its many impressive awards, it features the only Krug Chef’s Table in the U.S., where diners are fed a 10-course chef’s choice meal with an insider’s view of the kitchen.


Closeup of a steak dinner with a glass of red wine with the Bellagio Vegas fountains in the background.
Photo courtesy of Cosmopolitan Las Vegas.

Scarpetta @ The Cosmopolitan
: 877-893-2001
Directions: Located on Level 3 in the Boulevard Tower.

Delicious modern Italian fare located inside the swanky Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

What I love about Scarpetta is its menu. I’m notorious for taking forever to pick what I want.

Scarpetta’s paired down menu is just the right size; not too small or lacking and not to large and overwhelming.


Closeup of a bowl with a miso glazed salmon on a bed of fresh greens.
Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Spago @ Bellagio
: (702) 693-8181
Directions: Located at the front of Bellagio, behind the world-famous dancing fountains!

Head to Spago for outdoor dining with the ultimate view of the Bellagio fountain.

Spago’s menu features fresh California-inspired dishes, like the Miso Glazed Salmon Salad (pictured below).

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This post was originally published July 31, 2017. It was last updated March 10, 2022.

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