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Las Vegas is known as the Entertainment Capital of the World. Its activities and attractions span from world-class casinos and luxury shopping malls to an unmatchable and vibrant nightlife. Because of this, millions of tourists visit the region every year. In fact, Las Vegas welcomed around 32 million visitors in 2021 alone. If you’re planning a visit, here are some of the best places to eat in Las Vegas:
Barry’s Downtown Prime at the Circa Resort & Casino
Barry’s Downtown Prime is a well-known steakhouse restaurant in the new Circa Resort in Downtown Las Vegas. It features a classic vintage and retro interior for both luxurious and casual diners. Chef Barry Dakake is a longtime Las Vegas favorite, having run Scotch 80 Prime and N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms. When you visit the restaurant, expect spectacular and unique dishes like the Chilled Shellfish Platter, Braised Short Rib Ravioli, and their delicious Garbage Salad. They are also famous for their quality steaks, such as the 40-ounce Tomahawk Ribeye. The drinks also make up a witty cocktail menu designed to reference movies from the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s.
Restaurant Guy Savoy in Caesars Palace
Restaurant Guy Savoy will provide you with the best French dining experience in Las Vegas. The signature dishes include the Colors of Caviar, the Octopus Terrine, and the artichoke and black truffle soup with toasted mushroom brioche and black truffle butter. For a luxury dining experience, the restaurant offers a Krug Chef’s Table option, designed for lovers of fine wine and cuisine. Because of its excellent dishes, Restaurant Guy Savoy has been called the best restaurant in the city. Since it’s located at Caesars Palace, you can dine after winning big at an exciting poker match at their casino.
Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge
With its dim lighting, neon accents, red-leather booths, and fake cherry blossom trees, the Peppermill is a place for a great meal and ambiance that will satisfy your Las Vegas food cravings. It’s listed as one of the most exciting things to do in Las Vegas. Entertaining games at the gaming tables heighten the experience to make it even more unforgettable. Their 14-page menu covers all meals appropriate from breakfast to dinner. Highlights include their massive plate of Southern Fried Steak and Eggs and mammoth Buttermilk Pancakes. The restaurant is also famous for its 64-ounce “scorpion” drink, which is big enough for six people, made with vodka, rum, brandy, vanilla ice cream, orange juice, and a splash of grenadine. Lastly, the restaurant fully embodies its Las Vegas ambiance with video poker games and slot machines scattered throughout the place.
Mizumi at the Wynn Las Vegas
If you’re craving some Japanese cuisine, Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas is the place to go. They serve ocean-fresh sushi, sashimi, and modern Japanese specialties made by Michelin star Min Kim. Besides its authentic menu, the restaurant features a mystical Japanese garden and koi pond, allowing you to enjoy your meals with a traditional Japanese dining experience. There are also intimate teppanyaki rooms where you can watch live tableside cooking. In addition, you can dine at the floating pagoda table, situated at the end of a long dock directly beneath a majestic 90-foot waterfall. If you’re looking for a unique and elegant dining experience in Las Vegas, Mizumi will be perfect for you.
If you’re going to Las Vegas soon, these places because they will make your trip even more memorable. But if you’re near San Diego, our previous article on ‘Need Some Places to Eat in San Diego?’ shared some of the restaurants in the city that will satisfy your food cravings.
Have you ever been to Las Vegas or visited any of these restaurants? Which have you been to, or which are you most excited to visit? Let me know down in those comments!
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