Las Vegas is the city that never sleeps. What better to do with your extra eight-hours per day than explore of all of the delicious food options that the city has to offer? From high luxury dining to the grungiest (and tastiest) diners, Las Vegas covers the spectrum. Whether you’re planning a night of Roulette or Blackjack, we want to ensure that you’re beyond well-fed for your hours in the casino, so we’ve selected our top 7 restaurants for you to enjoy from the vast Vegas pool – you really can’t go wrong!
Las Vegans love a sports bar, and Lagasse’s Stadium, located at The Palazzo, is one of the best! With over 100 televisions visible from every seat in the bar, it’s easy to catch “the big game,” no matter how diverse your friend groups (and fanships) are. However, you’re likely to be distracted from the screens by the amazing food offerings, including both tailgating and stadium food options. The creole burger, Emeril’s black angus prime rib sandwich, and the slow cooked bbq beef brisket sandwich are must-haves, so come hungry! Add in creole seasoned french fries and the New Orleans bread and butter pudding for dessert, and you have yourself a meal of legendary proportions (best paired with a cycling tour of the city the following afternoon 🙂 ).
There are many different Hash House A Go Go locations in Las Vegas, but anyone who stays on The Strip will be happy to know that there is one inside The Linq. They specialize in making old recipes new again, incorporating only the highest quality ingredients. Though they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, if you really can’t afford to spend the entire day at one of their tables, it would be irresponsible for us to not stress how delicious the breakfast selection is. Try the snickers pancakes, Andy’s sage fried chicken benedict, and the farm scrambles, and don’t forget to top it off with a a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice.
Le Village Buffet, located within Paris Las Vegas, is a marvelous dining experience that transports you across the pond without the hassle of a 10+ hour flight. With all of the stylings of a wonderful French village, guests have the opportunity to observe the artisinal processes that go into crafting their meals – a rarity even for those enjoying the streets of Paris. Guests can choose to sit outside in the town square or inside near a grand fireplace. No meal here is complete without the crab legs, prime rib, and the crepes (try both sweet and savory, trust us)! Visit near a major holiday for fun, seasonal treats.
Margaritaville is located right next door to The Flamingo Casino on The Strip. As soon as a person walks in, they are greeted by a very large margarita glass that sits near the bar. Despite the name, Margaritaville is very family friendly, complete with a children’s menu and entertainment for the kiddos. Try the landshark lager fish and chips, the beach tacos, the chimichurri flat iron steak, and the surf and turf, but make sure you can still squeeze in the chocolate hurricane dessert (ice cream, brownies, kit kats, heath bars, shortbread cookies, bananas, chocolate sauce, caramel sauce, whipped cream and macadamia nuts) or you’re sure to regret it. It (almost) goes without saying that no meal at Margaritaville would be complete without one of their margaritas. Everyone will have a hard time deciding on which one to choose, but who says you have to choose at all?
Serendipity 3 is outside of Caesar’s Palace on The Strip and is almost as well known as the original one in New York City. The inside of the restaurantis set up like an old ice cream parlor and is most famous for its frozen hot chocolate. There are twenty different kinds of chocolate in every cup of frozen hot chocolate they serve. They serve breakfast all day long and their deep fried Oreo sundae and the crème de la cream cheesecake are their most popular desserts. This is definitely a unique place to stop and have a yummy treat while walking The Strip and seeing the sights that Vegas has to offer.
The Top of the World Restaurant is located at The Stratosphere, offering some of the best late-night views of the city. The restaurant is situated 800 feet in the air and slowly revolves 360 degrees every 80 minutes. Try to time your meal so that you can catch the sunset, and you will be able to see how the city comes to life as the sun dips outs of view. The seafood and steak offerings are some of the best in the city, but, if you’re looking for something more adventurous, try the chef’s tasting menu, which allows you to choose four courses from a list of choices. After the meal is over, make sure to go to the top of the tower to end your night with a final breath-taking view.
La Salsa Cantina is located at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and they have a filling breakfast for under $5. The breakfast includes eggs, home fries, bacon and a warm tortilla shell. They also have bloody mary’s available for ninety nine cents. Yes they are small, but they are delicious.
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