Vegas Foodie Finds: Where to Eat and Drink in Las Vegas
- Indulging: Shake it up with over-the-top milkshakes
- Getting your fill: Beat the lines at the buffet with two simple tips
- Dining beyond the Strip: Explore all that Vegas has to offer
Seek Celebrity Chefs and High-End Fine Dining
You’ll reach into the upper echelons of the culinary stratosphere in Vegas. There are ten Michelin-endorsed spots. Each are worth trying if you are looking to enjoy a meal at one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas. Our recommendation: Go all in on a multi-course, memorable meal or tasting menu.
David and Michael Morton's One Steakhouse
Casa Calavera by the Hakkasan Group
Skip the Foie Gras and Dine in the Mid-Range
Of course, you don’t have to plan a major production for every meal. You can still find delicious dining at more casual Las Vegas restaurants. These offer family-friendly fare and usually serve the most popular cuisines.
A Foodie's Trip
Refuel at the Food Court
Sometimes, you just need a slice of pizza or a burger to keep you going, and it doesn’t need to be a big production. Almost all of the larger casinos have casual food courts with take-out classics to be eaten in your room or at the communal seating area.
Best of the Las Vegas Buffet
No other city has welcomed the buffet as heartily, and this remains the quintessential Las Vegas dining experience. For one price, you may eat as much as you like from hundreds of options.
Vintage Charm on Fremont Street
Cocktails for the Ages
Keep it Low Key on Fremont Street
Use food as an excuse to explore another part of Vegas. We recommend grabbing lunch on Fremont Street or in downtown Vegas, especially if you’ve been to the Strip before. Here you’ll find independent, old-school joints that purvey vintage charm.
Vegan in Vegas
You can eat organically and vegan in Las Vegas. Veggy Street is an established local chain with three locations, one off the Strip and a couple in the nearby suburbs of Henderson and Summerlin. It gets our vote for the best plant-based burger in town.