There’s so much to do in Las Vegas, especially when it comes to eating. From cheap eats and mid-range to fine dining, there’s more than enough dining options as a visitor or a local. During my recent trip to Vegas, I narrowed the list down to where the locals recommend and like to eat!
Egg Slut (3708 S Las Vegas Blvd) – Eggs, eggs, and eggs. Expect lines, especially if you’re planning on going here for brunch/lunch. Located inside The Cosmopolitan, it’s one of the more popular spots for a quick bite.
Dirt Dog (3649 Las Vegas Blvd, #617) – From Los Angeles, this bacon-wrapped dog joint is pleasing for your eyes and your taste buds! If hot dogs aren’t or you, their Corns are also super popular (especially for you ‘grammers).
Jaburritos (3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, #L12) – Las Vegas’ first sushi burrito restaurant and they’re known for their sushi cupcakes. Get them in boxes of four (choose between spicy tuna, smoked salmon, or spicy surimi crab on fried wonton shells)!
Bacchanal Buffet (3570 S Las Vegas Blvd) – Personally think it’s the best buffet in Vegas, and the most worth. You can find it inside Caesars Palace and you will find more than enough options. Before 3pm, it’s $54.99 and $64.99 after 3pm. I’d say it’s worth going to at least once. After all, if you’re in Vegas, you’ve got to go to at least one buffet (or more!) 🙂
Eiffel Tower Restaurant (3655 S Las Vegas Blvd) – If you’re looking for a dinner with a romantic atmosphere, head over to the 11th floor of the faux Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas in the middle of The Strip! This restaurant has a gorgeous view of the iconic Bellagio Fountains and you won’t regret ordering their soufflés. I got the pistachio and it was heavenly.
Hell’s Kitchen (3570 S Las Vegas Blvd) – This is Gordon Ramsay’s newest restaurant in Vegas (he already has 4 others) and the interior is designed after the studio set of Hell’s Kitchen. Make sure to reserve because this place gets packed fast.
My tip: Go during lunch and get the 3-course-menu, which includes a salad or soup, the Beef Wellington, and the Sticky Toffee Pudding. This is a better deal for $62 compared to getting Beef Wellington during dinner for $59.
Mott 32 (3325 S Las Vegas Blvd, #206) – Inside the Palazzo, find this fancy Chinese dining option. They’re most well-known for their Apple Wood Roasted 42 Days Peking Duck “Signature Mott 32 Cut.” The duck takes 48-hours to cook so you need to pre-order. Best to order when you’re going with a big party because it will feed plenty!
Beer Park (3655 S Las Vegas Blvd) – A rooftop sports bar with a view of the Bellagio Fountains! If you’re a game person, this is where you can head to on a weekend night. Not only do they serve up some delicious bites with a manageable price point for being on the Strip, they also serve more than 100 beers with 36 different types on tap.
Hobak Korean BBQ (5808 Spring Mountain Rd, #101) – Korean BBQ joints are popping up more and more in Vegas, and this one was the most popular one! Although it’s a drive away from The Strip, it’s worth it. I recommend the Pork Belly and Pork Short Ribs. End the meal with some Rice Pop Ice Cream- so unique and delish!
Restaurant Guy Savoy (3570 S Las Vegas Blvd) – Taste French masterpieces at Michelin-star chef Guy Savoy’s restaurant at Caesars Palace. Expect to take some time to enjoy a fancy and unique dining experience.
There are SO many options when it comes to food in Las Vegas! Can’t wait to try more the next time I visit. If you’ve never been to Vegas or are looking for food options, hopefully, this helps!
As always, thank you for reading!