From affordable to extravagant, incredible eats are among the best of Vegas’ attractions
Lotus of Siam: Don’t let the humble strip mall location of this restaurant throw you – the authentic Thai dishes served at this eatery have earned it rave reviews as one of the best Thai restaurants in the country.
Joël Robuchon and L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon: Diners at the MGM Grand’s Joël Robuchon get what they pay for – tasting menus run $225 for 6 courses and $360 for 16, but everything down to the bread delivers pure foodie heaven. L’Altelier is less expensive and more casual, while still delivering on the highest of culinary standards.
Burger Bar: From basic to gourmet, Chef Hubert Keller’s burgers are made with the finest of meats. Choose from beef, buffalo, turkey, lamb, and toppings such as asparagus, smoked salmon, foie gras, shaved truffles, and even a grilled half-lobster.
Bartolotta: There’s perhaps no better place in Vegas for fresh fish than Bartolotta, where whole fish are brought to the table for inspection by diners, before being elegantly prepared and then filleted at the table.
Picasso: This restaurant’s French and Spanish cuisine has earned the AAA Five Diamond Award a whopping 13 times, and its impressive wine cellar boasts more than 1,500 choices. But the best part might just be the ambiance – where else can you enjoy a meal surrounded by original Picasso artwork?
Stack: Located at the Mirage, Stack is a local favorite for low-key, creative American fare. Opt for the menu’s small plates for the best experience – fun and interesting dishes range from Adult Tater Tots topped with brie and bacon, to sirloin cooked over hot stones in a bamboo steamer.
Restaurant Guy Savoy: The list of accolades this restaurant has earned is almost too extensive to believe. But the two Michelin-starred restaurant lives up to the honors, as the only place in the U.S. where you can dine on Savoy’s famous fare. Though deep pockets are required for a meal here, the chef’s classic dishes won’t disappoint – be sure to try the artichoke and black truffle soup.