Aria: Foie Gras Custard Brûlée

Bally’s: Tuna tartare

Bellagio: Lobster pot pie

Caesars Palace: Artichoke and black truffle soup

Circus Circus: New York strip steak

The Cosmopolitan: The Snake River Farms Rib Cap

The Cromwell: Bacon-wrapped dates

The D: Grande Meatball

Downtown Grand: Perfect Braised Short Ribs

Golden Nugget: Chilean sea bass

Green Valley Ranch: Cajun-style crab legs

Hard Rock: Tomahawk steak

Luxor: Wild game tasting plate

Mandalay Bay: American vs. Australian Wagyu plate 

Mandarin Oriental: Cheese plate

The Mirage: Chicken parmesan

Yusho Japanese Grill & Noodle House (address and info)
You can find the best ramen in Las Vegas in Chinatown (yes, there is one, sort of), or at Yusho Japanese Grill & Noodle House. The Logan Poser Ramen is a response to critics of nontraditional Japanese cuisine, and features a hearty broth of hen egg, nori, cucumbers, and noodles.

Palazzo: Candied bacon

Table 10 (address and info)
The Candied bacon at Table 10 is an appetizer large enough to share, and is made with North Country Farm bacon & handcrafted maple syrup known as Noble Tonic #1.

The Palms: Spaghetti

NOVE Italiano (address and info)
NOVE doesn’t serve just any old spaghetti, they load it down with lobster, shrimp, crab, scallops, calamari, and basil.

Paris Las Vegas: Beef Wellington

Gordon Ramsay Steak (address and info)
Gordon Ramsay Steak is the only place to go for the celebrity chef’s ultimate signature dish — a Beef Wellington that is famous for melting in your mouth.

Planet Hollywood: The Hog Burger

Gordon Ramsay BurGR (address and info)
The Brit makes the list twice! The Hog Burger at Gordon Ramsay BurGR is the only dish in Las Vegas made with Mangalitsa pork — a unique tender meat with a concentrated flavor made from specially raised pigs.

Red Rock: Mango guacamole

Mercadito (address and info)
One of the reasons Mercadito is one of the best new restaurants in Las Vegas is the freshly prepared mango guacamole with jícama, chipotle, and pico de gallo.  

Rio: Meatball Salad

Martorano’s (address and info)
Great views and family-style portions are what you’ll find at Martorano’s, along with something truly unexpected: a salad that’s actually worth eating… mainly ’cause it’s mostly meat.

SLS Las Vegas: Pancakes

The Griddle Cafe (address and info)
Need a carb fix after working up a sweat at the new LiFE nightclub? The Griddle Cafe is open 24 hours and serves enormous stacks of pancakes to help fill your glycogen stores. Go with Banananana — the ones made with brown sugar-baked bananas.

Stratosphere: Mosaic of Chilled Seafood

Top of the World (address and info)
You get more than a sky-high view when dining at the Top of the World restaurant. You also get a chance to dive into the Mosaic of Chilled Seafood, a shareable platter with Gulf prawns, Alaskan king crab, ahi tuna poke, and salmon poke with seaweed salad.

Treasure Island: BBQ pulled pork sandwich

Gilley’s (address and info)
The BBQ pulled pork sandwich at Gilley’s contains slow-cooked pork, mixed with a smoked onion sauce and topped with coleslaw. It’ll give you all the energy you need to dance with the cowgirls.

Vdara: Lobster Tempura Benedict

Market Café Vdara (address and info)
The Market Café Vdara serves up an amazing Lobster Tempura Benedict that is so good it would give any Las Vegas hangover breakfast a run for its money.

The Venetian: Poutine

Public House (address and info)
Sometimes it’s just more fun to skip the fancy fine dining stuff, so get the poutine, which is a plate full of French fries, duck confit, cheese curd, and stout gravy.  

The Wynn: Mushroom grits 

La Cave (address and info)
Want to order Southern grub and feel like a food snob at the same time? Go with the mushroom grits at La Cave, they’re the tastiest spin you’ll find on a Southern staple.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *