Best Las Vegas Restaurants & Dining Options [Updated 2023]

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Las Vegas is known for having some of the best food in the world. But with so many great places to eat, it can be a challenge to pick a restaurant in Las Vegas. So, I decided to put together this guide.

I’ve compiled a complete list of all the best Las Vegas restaurants in each category. Whether you’re craving steak, sushi, Italian, Mexican, American, or any other type of cuisine, these are the best restaurants in Las Vegas.

Best Restaurants in Las Vegas

1. Jean Georges Steakhouse

Not only is Jean Georges one of the best steakhouses, but it’s also one of the best overall Las Vegas restaurants. The culinary genius behind this steakhouse, Chef Jean-Georges, has earned multiple Michelin stars, so you know the food has to be good.

The menu offers high-quality meats like Wagyu and Kobe A5. But if you prefer some less expensive cuts of meat, the restaurant offers USDA Prime as well, along with a great selection of seafood dishes. If you want to try this restaurant for yourself, you can find Jean Georges Steakhouse inside the Aria.

  • Location: 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Steak & Seafood

2. Lakeside

Lakeside is another highly-reviewed steak and seafood restaurant in Las Vegas. It’s located inside the Wynn Las Vegas, and like several of the other restaurants at the hotel, Lakeside overlooks the gorgeous Lake of Dreams.

In addition to exceptional steaks, Lakeside serves modern American seafood like lobster, Alaskan king crab legs, and wild Hawaiian Mahi Mahi. But you’ll find more than meat at this steakhouse. The restaurant boasts a menu for both carnivores and vegas, so you can get in your daily dose of vegetables.

  • Location: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Steak & Seafood
Lakeside restaurant in Las Vegas at the Wynn.

3. Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge

Peppermill is a popular, yet highly affordable Las Vegas restaurant. This classic American diner is a local favorite that serves an array of dishes 24 hours a day. You can order anything from Philly cheese steaks and chicken caesar salads to BBQ pork ribs and burgers.

It’s also a great spot to eat if you’re looking for all-day breakfast on the Strip. Their steak & eggs are a must-try whether it’s late night or early morning. I like to grab some fresh fruit here to balance out my diet. You can find Peppermill on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip across the street from Resorts World.

  • Location: 2985 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: American

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4. Carbone

Carbone is a high-end Italian restaurant located inside the Aria Resort & Casino. This isn’t just a normal Italian restaurant, Carbone serves New York-inspired cuisine with a mid-20th century twist. All the dishes at this restaurant are exquisite and an instant hit.

Some of the menu items include several antipasti dishes, lobster ravioli, veal parmesan, and pork chop & peppers. They have a good selection of cocktails at their pub as well.

  • Location:  3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Italian

5. Yui Edomae Sushi

Yui Edomae is a top-tier sushi restaurant located in the Chinatown Plaza of Las Vegas. The restaurant puts a heavy emphasis on traditional Japanese omotenashi service, which means the servers and chefs wholeheartedly look after guests.

The chefs here are constantly bringing in fresh ingredients. For example, the restaurant flies in fresh seafood from Japan on a daily basis, along with premium Wagyu steak. This is a very simple restaurant, but the food is fantastic.

  • Location: 3460 Arville St HS, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Sushi

6. Oscar’s Steakhouse

Oscar’s Steakhouse can be found on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. The steakhouse is situated inside the Plaza Hotel, so it has a terrific view of the Fremont Street Experience. Eating here is a great way to get a taste of the downtown area.

The steaks at this restaurant are perfectly aged, plus all of the side dishes are made from scratch. They also offer a number of fish and seafood dishes on the menu. If you’re staying at the hotel, Oscar’s even allows you to order directly to your hotel room.

  • Location: 1 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Steak & Seafood

7. Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen is probably one of the most famous restaurants in Las Vegas. Although the show isn’t usually filmed at this location, you can still enjoy many of the dishes designed by Chef Gordon Ramsay himself.

If you get a chance to have a meal here, I recommend you try the restaurant’s signature entree, the beef wellington. The braised short rib and crispy skin salmon are excellent as well. You can find Hell’s Kitchen right outside of Caesars Palace. Reservations are encouraged for both lunch and dinner.

  • Location: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Steak & Seafood
Dining at Hell's Kitchen, a top restaurant in Vegas.

8. Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go is one of my favorite places to eat breakfast in Las Vegas. You’ll find the Hash House inside the LINQ in the center of the Strip, but they also have another location downtown. This restaurant has received a ton of press over the years for being one of the best breakfast spots on the Strip, but they also serve lunch and dinner.

Everything comes in giant portion sizes at Hash House A Go Go, so you’ll never leave the diner hungry. Once you get the menu, you notice that the dishes at Hash House look very unique, so you’ll definitely want to take a picture and post your meal on Instagram. The menu is very diverse as well, so it’s safe to say the restaurant offers something for everyone.

  • Location: 3535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: American

9. Pizza Rock

Pizza Rock is one of the best pizza spots in Las Vegas. It’s located near the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas. There are a ton of different toppings to choose from on the menu, but the classic cheese is considered by many to be the best.

Aside from the pizza, the restaurant also serves Italian cuisines like classic meatballs and garlic bread. There are meatless and gluten-free options on the menu as well. If you’re short on time, Pizza rock offers a pickup or delivery option in addition to sit-down dining.

  • Location: 201 N 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Pizza & Italian

10. The X Pot

The X Pot is the only hot pot restaurant located on the Las Vegas Strip. This luxury eatery uses only high-quality ingredients, like imported seafood and Wagyu beef, to create its dishes. The food is flat-out delicious and the portion sizes are pretty generous.

The restaurant also mixes a fair amount of entertainment into the dining experience with its food presentations. Some items on the menu that everyone should try are the pan-fried wagyu dumpling and the wagyu skewers. The truffle fries are great as well. The restaurant is located inside The Palazzo.

  • Location: 3327 S Las Vegas Blvd Suite 2884, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Cuisine: Hot Pot

11. STK Steakhouse

STK is a trendy steakhouse found inside The Cosmopolitan. This restaurant has several popular locations around the county, most notably in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles. Even with a big reputation, STK Las Vegas doesn’t disappoint.

The menu features beef and seafood dishes like Wagyu flat iron, bone-in ribeye, king crab cake, yellowtail Crudo, and oysters on a half-shell. They have an extensive selection of wine too.

  • Location: 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
  • Cuisine: Steak & Seafood

12. Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas

Among Las Vegas restaurants, a reservation at the Eiffel Tower is probably the most prestigious. This place gets busy, so you’re going to want to make a reservation a few weeks out. Even with a reservation, expect a bit of a wait.

One of the reasons why the restaurant is so popular is because it has one of the best views in Las Vegas overlooking the Bellagio Fountains. On top of that, the French cuisine served here is out of this world and the service is second to none.

  • Location: 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: French
The main dining room at the Paris Restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip.


CATCH is another trendy restaurant found in the center of the Las Vegas Strip. Like STK Steakhouse, CATCH has high-profile locations in both New York City and Los Angeles, making it one of the top destinations for celebrities dining in Vegas.

This Asian-inspired restaurant serves a combination of sushi, seafood, and steak. Some noteworthy items on the menu include truffle sashimi, lobster mac & cheese, Japanese yellowtail nigiri, and organic crispy chicken. There are plenty of mouthwatering desserts and beverages on the menu as well, plus a few vegan options. You can find CATCH inside the Aria Resort & Casino.

  • Location: 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Cuisine: Sushi, Seafood & Steak

14. Cipriani

Cipriani is one of the top restaurants in Las Vegas for Italian food. This upscale restaurant serves signature Italian dishes like Margherita pizza, chicken spezzatino, and organic Cipriani rigatoni, along with a number of other dishes from the grill.

The menu features a wide variety of Italian appetizers and main courses, so you’ll surely get your fix of Italy if you eat here. You can find Cipriani inside the Wynn Esplanade.

  • Location: 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Italian

15. SW Steakhouse

SW Steakhouse is another highly-reviewed restaurant in Las Vegas. This luxury restaurant overlooks the beautiful Lake of Dreams at the Wynn and serves some of the most delicious food you’ll find in the city.

The menu features prime-aged steaks along with a selection of Japanese Waygu beef. A few of my favorite entrees include the pan-roasted sea scallops and the butter-poached Maine lobster. The restaurant also has a separate vegetarian menu with its own selection of appetizers, entrees, and side dishes.

  • Location: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Steak & Seafood

16. Wing Lei

If you enjoy Chinese food, you’ll love Wing Lei. The restaurant’s chef, Ming Yu, has a knack for putting together perfectly crafted dishes, which helped Wing Lei become the first Chinese restaurant in the United States to earn a Michelin star.

When taking a peek at the menu, you’ll see signature dishes like imperial perking duck, garlic shrimp spring rolls, Alaskan king crab salad, General Tao’s chicken, and braised pork belly. This restaurant doesn’t get as much praise as it should because it’s surrounded by a ton of other great restaurants at the Wynn. I recommend you give Wing Lei a try the next time you’re at the Wynn.

  • Location: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Chinese

17. 888 Korean BBQ

Anyone who loves all-you-can-eat Korean food will want to stop by 888 Korean BBQ Las Vegas. This restaurant has one of the largest menus of any Korean restaurant in Las Vegas, and you can eat all you want for only $22 per person (which is a small price to pay for this much food).

Some of the meats available on the menu include pork, beef, chicken, octopus, oysters, and squid. You’ll find 888 Korean BBQ in the Chinatown district of Las Vegas, near Spring Mountain Road. It’s a little bit of a hike from the Las Vegas Strip but is absolutely worth the trip.

  • Location: 4215 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Korean BBQ
Eating Koran food in one of the restaurants near the Chinatown district of Las Vegas.

18. Amalfi by Bobby Flay

Amalfi is another top restaurant on the Las Vegas culinary scene. This Italian eatery is run by celebrity chef Bobby Flay and encompasses what he learned from his time traveling the Amalfi Coast and tasting different foods in Italy.

At Amalfi, you’ll expereince different flavors from the Mediterranean like squid ink fettucini and jidori chicken al forno. Some other menu items include mussels, tuna tartare, and spaghetti zucchini. This restaurant is located in Caesars Palace.

  • Location: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Italian

19. Restaurant Guy Savoy

Restaurant Guy Savoy is a traditional French eatery that has earned 2 Michelin stars. This restaurant offers arguably the best fine-dining experience in all of Las Vegas. From the outstanding French cuisine to the extensive selection of exquisite wines, there aren’t too many restaurants like this in Vegas today.

Some signature dishes on the menu at Guy Savoy include colors of caviar, octopus terrine, and roasted wild Atlantic turbot. The bread and cheeses offered as appetizers are excellent as well. Plus, the service is impeccable. Just note that it’s only open from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm Wednesday through Sunday.

  • Location: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: French

20. Picasso

Picasso is one of the top restaurants in Vegas. Led by Chef Julian Serrano, this eatery offers an unparalleled dining experience overlooking the Fountains of Bellagio. If you get the chance, I highly recommend you dine outdoors on the restaurant’s patio.

Picasso has earned several Michelin stars over years by serving tasty French cuisine in a 3-course format. Some notable menu items include the warm quail salad, the traditional cherry gazpacho, the butter-poached Maine lobster, and the roasted milk-fed veal chop. In addition to the main menu, there is also a separate vegan menu, plus a wine cellar stocked with more than 1,500 different bottles.

  • Location: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: French

21. Javier’s

Javier’s is another spectacular restaurant located in Las Vegas’s Aria Resort & Casino. If you enjoy Mexican food, you’re going to want to check this place out. Javier’s is one of the few Mexican restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip.

If you read the menu, you’ll find authentic Mexican cuisines like carnitas, tacos de camaron, salmon al sarten, and fajitas de pollo. If you like spicy foods, you should also try the chile verde.

  • Location: 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Cuisine: Mexican

22. PRIME Steakhouse

PRIME Steakhouse is one more premier restaurant on the Las Vegas culinary scene. The kitchen is run by celebrity chef Jean-Georges, who also runs Jean Georges Steakhouse at the Bellagio.

The menu features many delectable options, including the shrimp cocktail, filet mignon, seared sea bass, and pan-roasted Dover sole. A number of sides are offered on the menu as well. Some of my favorites include the roasted summer squash, frizzled onions, french fries, and baked potato.

  • Location: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Cuisine: Steak & Seafood

23. Nobu Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Nobu is a luxury Japanese restaurant chain with locations around the world. There are currently two Nobu restaurants in Las Vegas, one at Caesars Palace and another at the Virgin Hotel. However, the Nobu at Caesars Palace is the only location in the country to offer Teppan tables.

The restaurant serves an assortment of Japanese fish and imported seafood. You can even order exotic dishes like traditional omasake. The most popular dish on the menu is the signature black cod, but they also have a number of other dishes, including smoked Wagyu dumplings, octopus, lobster, ribeye, and king crab. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options are available as well.

  • Location: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Japanese
Dining at one of Las Vegas's top sushi restaurants.

24. Barry’s Downtown Prime

Barry’s Downtown Prime is located at the Circa Resort & Casino in downtown Las Vegas. This old-school steakhouse prepares high-quality dishes and cocktails, all while providing best-in-class service.

Besides steak, Barry’s Downtown Prime also serves other entrees on the menu, including braised beef short rib, Atlantic salmon, and Colorado lamb chops. Barry’s has an extensive dessert and wine menu as well. The restaurant is open from 5 pm to 10 pm daily.

  • Location: 8 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Cuisine: Seafood & Steak

25. Giada – Italian Cuisine

Giada is another celebrity-run restaurant in Vegas. Head chef Giada De Laurentiis has put together a menu of Italian entrees with a bit of a California twist. Some of the fan favorites include the hand-made pasta, the signature bread board, breaded chicken piccata, and marsala herb chicken meatballs.

Giada is also a great spot to grab brunch. The brunch menu features favorites like breakfast calzones, polenta waffles, and yogurt parfaits. You can find Giada inside the Cromwell.

  • Location: 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Italian

26. Momofuku

Momofuku is another one of the fantastic restaurants located inside The Cosmopolitan. The menu here draws heavy influence from Japan, Korea, and the United States, so there are tons of unique dishes to try.

When I ate at Momofuku, the waiter recommended trying the bigeye tuna and pork belly buns. I can tell you both dishes are amazing, but there are also plenty of other cuisines on the menu including noodles and small plates of tasting dishes (all of the small bites are great). The main dining room also has a terrific view of the Las Vegas Strip.

  • Location: 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S Level 2, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Cuisine: Asian Fusion

27. Allegro Italian Restaurant

Allegro is an Italian-American restaurant located inside the Wynn. This spot offers a wide range of food options for every palate but mainly focuses on Italian classics like rigatoni and meatballs, burrata Caprese, Margherita pizza, and lasagna Napoletana. As you would expect, guests can order any variety of pasta their heart desires. Vegan options are available on the menu as well.

This place has a great ambiance, plus the prices are very affordable for a restaurant of its caliber. Allegro is also open until 1:00 am on most nights, so it’s a great late-night food option in Vegas.

  • Location: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Italian

28. Lamaii

Lamaii is a local Thai restaurant found about 10 minutes west of the hotels on the Strip. You’ll find this spot near the Chinatown Plaza of Las Vegas. Dining here is a real treat since it’s one of the lesser-known local restaurants in the area. This place certainly deserves more reviews so more people can learn about it.

The menu at Lamaii consists of Thai classics like slow-cooked beef, mango crispy catfish, and spicy pork belly. They also have a bar where you can grab drinks.

  • Location: 4480 Spring Mountain Rd #700, Las Vegas, NV
  • Cuisine: Thai

Map of Restaurants Las Vegas – Find the Best Food in Vegas

If you’re looking for restaurants Las Vegas, check out the map below. Maps are a great way to quickly find the restaurants near you.

Tips for Dining at Top Restaurants in Vegas

When looking for a place to eat, you may be tempted to look for a Las Vegas chef with some notoriety. However, there are so many great restaurants to choose from that you don’t need to find celebrity chefs.

Vegas has countless high-quality restaurants that don’t have the same amount of press as the larger restaurant chains. However, if you do plan on dining at one of the more popular restaurants, you’ll want to book a reservation well in advance to ensure that they have a table available. Also, don’t forget to leave a tip.