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 20 favorite restaurants for dinner in Las Vegas.
Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar at Park MGM
Bavette’s focuses on steak and seafood with a French twist. It’s the perfect dinner spot before a show at the Park Theater or T-Mobile Arena, as it’s just a hop, skip, and a jump away.
Beauty & Essex at Cosmopolitan
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 above).
Catch Seafood at Aria
For delicious seafood fare AND a super instagrammable experience, Catch at Aria is THE place. Be sure to head there early for a pre-dinner drink!
Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas
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!
Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas
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!!
Harvest by Roy Ellamar at Bellagio
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!
L’Atelier De Joel Robuchon at MGM Grand Las Vegas
All meals at L’Atelier are prepared before your eyes. No extra cost or special seating needed!
Le Cirque at Bellagio Las Vegas
Le Cirque is a fabulous choice for theater-goers, with its prix-fixe theater menus.
Le Cirque is also a great pick for wine lovers, as it boasts more than 900 wines available.
The Mayfair Supper Club at Bellagio
For a luxurious meal and a show all in one, head to The Mayfair Supper Club.
The best part? It turns into an upscale lounge as the night goes on. Ladies, your feet will thank me!
Nobu at Caeser’s Palace
If sushi’s your thing, Nobu is where it’s at.
Located in Caeser’s Palace, Nobu has an extensive sushi and sashimi menu, as well as other delicious Japanese fare, such as teppanyaki.
The NoMad Restaurant at NoMad Las Vegas
If you’re in the mood for French-inspired cuisine, head to The NoMad Restaurant tucked away at the top of Park MGM in the NoMad Las Vegas hotel.
Picasso at Bellagio Las Vegas
Not only can you dine on fabulous modern French dishes, but you can also see original Picasso artwork throughout this Bellagio-based restaurant.
Rao’s at Caesars Palace
For some of the best Italian dishes – especially those meatballs, head to Rao’s at Caesars Palace. Bring your appetite!
Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace
Restaurant Guy Savoy is French fine dining at its best.
Aside from its many impressive awards, Restaurant Guy Savoy 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.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie. at Cosmopolitan
If you’re looking for entertainment along with your delicious food, check out Rose. Rabbit. Lie., where you’re guaranteed to have a different experience each time you visit.
Scarpetta at Cosmopolitan
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.
Searsucker at Caesars Palace
My favorite dinner in Las Vegas during my most recent trip was at Searsucker.
My friend and I ended up here randomly, after the restaurant we wanted to eat at closed early.
The steak was delicious, our drinks were memorable, and the sides were the best of any restaurant we hit up that weekend.
Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak at MGM Grand
Savor delicious wagyu beef at Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak at the MGM Grand. Don’t worry pescatarians, there’s a handful of delicious seafood dishes available too!
Top of the World at the Stratosphere
For absolutely stunning views of the strip, head to Top of the World at the Stratosphere. This rotating restaurant features a great surf and turf inspired menu.
Spago at Bellagio
Head to Spago for outdoor dining with a view of the Bellagio fountain.
Spago’s menu features fresh California-inspired dishes, like the Miso Glazed Salmon Salad (pictured above).
Where will you get dinner in Las Vegas?
Soooo – like I said, Vegas is not just about partying! Enjoy your meal and let me know in the comments where you dined.