Make the most of waterside dining at the Wynn
Great food is even better with dramatic waterside scenery—a philosophy that's on full display at the Wynn resort. The best example is Mizumi, one of the most romantic dining spots in Vegas with a colorful koi pond and 90-foot waterfall—visible through tall windows or from an outdoor deck.
Feast on steak at Bazaar Meat
The steakhouse is a format well-represented in Las Vegas, but few are as adventurous as Bazaar Meat by José Andrés. Under Executive Chef Alex Pitts, the kitchen digs deep into a wide array of food, from raw seafood and caviar flights to wild boar sausage, Buffalo-style bison, a ten-pound suckling pig, and three choices of Spanish bone-in Ribeye.
Discover unexpected variety in Chinatown
Ever since Raku fired up its robata grill in 2008, the curtain has been pulled back on the hidden treasures of Chinatown in Las Vegas. Joyful House, Chengdu Taste, China Mama, and Shanghai Taste make it easy to explore a variety of Chinese regions, while Yui Edomae, Kabuto, Kame, and Kaiseki Yuzu provide masterful kaiseki/omakase Japanese dining experiences
Relish French fine dining at Restaurant Guy Savoy
French chef Guy Savoy has five restaurants, but only one of them is outside Paris. Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace provides a masterful interpretation of French dining in Las Vegas—a role even more crucial with the ongoing closures of Joël Robuchon, Le Cirque, and Twist by Pierre Gagnaire due to the current pandemic
Indulge in Thai cuisine at Lotus of Siam
Lotus of Siam is more than just Penn Jillette’s favorite restaurant. Its success proved to the rest of the world that you didn’t have to visit a hotel lobby to find a great restaurant in Las Vegas. The recipes of Chef Saipin Chutima, passed down through generations of family history, represent the diversity of Thai cuisine with a heavy emphasis on the Northern region, where spicy flavors and coconut milk sauces carry a Burmese influence.