Las Vegas Restaurants
Just amazing food. The best buffet I've ever had. It's about $55 a person for dinner. Tip: go closer to the end of lunch and you'll be there for dinner too. Lunch: $35. Be prepared to stay awhile. Leave your belt in the hotel room. You won't need it.Popular withFoodiesLuxuryLocal
This is at the Paris casino and is one of the best on the strip. The price is not bad and if you come late lunch you can get the lunch price and be there when the dinner items are brought out. The selection of food is quite extensive, you should not go home hungry. The atmosphere is very French ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesVegetarian
- 48 reviews
This is our go-to place in Las Vegas. We love the meatball pizza and fiji apple salad. They have a good selection of beers on tap, and a nice variety of affordable wines by the glass. Shawn and Terry are among the best bartenders I've encountered in Las Vegas, and always do a fantastic job of anticipating our needs.Popular withFoodies
- 54 reviews
This is my favorite restaurant in Las Vegas!!! It is pricey but you get exacly what you pay for! It would suggest a cocktail in the lounge before dinner... The restaurant specialty is called a Cable Car and it is exquisite! The Lobster Pot Pie is also a huge favorite.Popular withLuxuryFoodiesTrendsters
This locals' bar is off the Strip, near the UNLV campus, tucked in a mini-mall behind reflective glass. You can't even see anything before you walk inside. But don't let that stop you. Inside you're going to find one of the best-stocked microbrew refrigerator cases in Vegas. Be nice to the bartender, and he might give you a behind-the-scenes tour. ...Popular withStudentsBudgetNightlife
one of the best local pubs in las vegas. right by the university and great place to drink and eat. It is a locals spot and really not as exciting as the many places on the strip but a comforting place to be sure.Popular withSpiritualBackpackers
There was nothing quite like the childhood treehouse: an adult-free wonderland stocked with candy, BB guns, and Playboys, which of course you "only read for the cartoons". Growing that sanctuary right up, only this time allowing girls: Union. Just opened at City Center showpiece Aria, the massive Union is Light Group's newest restaurant, plating contemporary American in a kind of ...
- 102 reviews
All-natural gelato! A hidden gem located in Las Vegas Boulevard, off-strip, in between downtown Las Vegas and the Strip. Just say it's your first time, and you will get the tour of flavors, from a base, plain gelato to traditional and unique gelato flavors. Priced by number flavors: one flavor, two flavor and three flavor cups, plus waffle cone and ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesFamilies
Open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Whenever you need a bite to eat, The Henry is there for you. I came here for brunch before heading to the day club. Although the breakfast entrees had a hefty price tag of $14-$32, I thoroughly enjoyed my $17 all natural omelette. Despite being made with only egg whites, my omelette came ...
Slightly off the strip. We were there 2 weeks ago with a group of 8. Reservations recommended. Come hungry, because after the 7 course meal you WILL be full! The food was great the service better and the belly dancers were a nice touch too!! Not to expensive either!
- 131 review
For a wonderful Venetian experience, enjoy a gelato cone while people watching in St. Marks Square on a warm sunny summer day. When going to the actual Venice is not possible, Cocolini's within Venetian's St Mark help complete that experience...pretty darn closely.
- 141 review
So this is not your typical ice cream place. First off - the owner - super nice dude. Reminded me a bit too much like my dad, probably because he sounded like him. He explained to me their whole process and what they put in and don't put in to their ice cream. You pick your flavor. Then the type ...