It's nice that Caeser's Palace has this shopping center attached to it. The stores are on the higher-end, so think Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, etc.
Restaurants near Forum Shops at Caesars
- 10.14 mi0.14 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars
Known for their crepes and chocolate, Max Brenner is a great spot for dessert. The s'mores and fondue dessert utilizes a small flame to roast marshmallows. Fun for kids of all ages.Popular withFoodiesLocalFamilies
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- 30.22 mi0.22 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars
Sat at the bar since the wait for a table was over an hour. But that was OK, I met some cool people to talk with and the bartender did a great job with recommendations on wine to pair up with my corn tamale and salad. Been here twice and can't wait to go back.Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLuxury
- 40.24 mi0.24 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars
What disappointed me at Bacchanal is that after you've waited in line to get in, you don't expect to have to wait some more, but unfortunately there are long lines for seafood, carved meat, tacos and gelato. This resulted in me eating a little bit at a time, food getting cold while waiting, dreading going in line to get more ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryLocal
- 50.17 mi0.17 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars
This New-York style Deli is right in the middle of the Mirage casino and offers really well made sandwiches and burgers, exactly what you would expect from the name and for a completely reasonable price.Popular withLuxuryOutdoorLocal
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- 70.19 mi0.19 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars7 reviews
It's pretty and that's about it. Their crepes are so thin and I just felt as if I was robbed from the full flavors I was looking for. Maybe it was an off night. I think the next time I visit, I'll try their sweet treats because they are mouthwatering gorgeous to look at.Popular withTrendsters
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- 100.14 mi0.14 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars5 reviews
I quite like this buffet because the lines are more manageable so you can get down to eating faster and they have a lot of stations covering most major cuisines. Of course, it's pretty Americanized, but still tasty and with a nice selection. I also really like their soup bowls... yeah, totally random.Popular withBudgetFoodiesNightlife
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- 130.15 mi0.15 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars3 reviews
Been here twice, this after experiencing the original in South Beach. This location attracts a more diverse clientele - spotted a number of families, surprising considering the price tab. Their signature dish, stone crab claws, is an absolute must. My BIL had a steak and it also looked very good. Service is top-notch. Bar service is also excellent, as are ...Popular withFoodiesLuxury
- 140.14 mi0.14 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars3 reviews
*Happy Hour Review Only* As if Vegas visitors weren't SEXED up enough, here comes $1 oysters for your aphrodisiacstic pleasure (so good it deserves a new word)! Every day happy hour from 2:45-6pm features a different oyster on rotation. Been here a few times and every bite has always been deliciously fresh. It comes with creamy horseradish, vinegar-shallot or cocktail ...
- 150.13 mi0.13 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars3 reviews
The newest and largest of all the Nobu restaurants is located next to the new Nobu Hotel within Caesar's Palace in Vegas. The soft opening took place on Friday, Feb 1, 2013 and the Grand Opening on Monday, Feb 4, 2013. Classically trained in Tokyo, world renowned Chef Nobu Motsuhisa has taken traditional Japanese Cuisine and Western Flavors to create ...Popular withWellness
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- 170.19 mi0.19 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars2 reviews
Not as good as the Nyc original, but if you are going to emulate a steakhouse, start with one of the best. The vegas version comes with a much more contemporary design, but the food stays honest to the flagship location.
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- 190.25 mi0.25 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars2 reviews
The brand new "Brooklyn Bowl" in the new "Linq" area of Vegas (behind Harrah's) is both amazing and a disappointment: Food - 5 stars. Some of the menu options are ridiculously pricey, ie: 8 pieces of honey fried chicken for $24, but the daily specials are amazing. $10 for a HUMONGOUS fried chicken sandwich with fries. The fried chicken was ...
- 200.22 mi0.22 mi from Forum Shops at Caesars3 reviews
Located inside Caesar's Palace. I've been here a few times and enjoyed all the dishes, and liked the architecture and design, ambiance, and whole feel. The gold fishes in the tank are beautiful. Just like any other Asian restaurant on the strip, expect to pay a lot. When it's busy, service is a little slow. Use the down time to ...