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Zuma Restaurant - Las VegasZuma Restaurant - Las Vegas
438 reviews
Japanese | The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, The Strip

Amazing from start to finish!! Highly recommended Zuma Las Vegas More

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Sushi Roku - Las VegasSushi Roku - Las Vegas
2450 reviews
Japanese | Caesars Palace, The Strip

Courtney was an excellent server. The filet and sushi was fantastic and the service was exceptional. More

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Bazaar Meat by José AndrésBazaar Meat by José Andrés
1837 reviews
Steak | SLS Las Vegas, The Strip

This was our first time there , and because I made booked it through open table. When I was asked my name the host said happy anniversary and my wife was surprised that they knew that, the server was very friendly and knowledgeable about the food and gave us a brief history about the chef. I'm a Chef myself and I think that was awesome. Our appetizer was a beefsteak tartare, and a dehydrated beef skewers, we shared the entree which was sauteed spinach and roasted fingerling potatoes and a 14oz ribeye, that just melted in your mouth, we had a complimentary dessert which was a chocolate mousse cake, we also ordered another dessert. It was the best experience we ever had in a long time and we definitely going back again. Thanks for a wonderful anniversary dinner. More

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Jardin – Encore at Wynn Las VegasJardin – Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
675 reviews
Contemporary American | Wynn Las Vegas and Encore, The Strip

This is very classy and enjoyable restaurant. It is quiet and peaceful. The service is impeccable and food is excellent. The prices are commensurate with its location. Overall a great find. More

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Andre's Bistro & BarAndre's Bistro & Bar
252 reviews
Bistro | Spring Valley, Westside

Amazing food, highly attentive service, wonderful experience. More

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Restaurant Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace1. Restaurant Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace
595 reviews
French | Caesars Palace, The Strip

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Partage2. Partage
27 reviews
French | Chinatown, Westside

The restaurant has only been open a little over a month and everything was running really well. The service was top-notch. We had the tasting menu and will definitely get it again when we go back. The food was outstanding and we were pleasantly full after five courses. It was not the typical high-end French I was expecting, it was lighter and much more modern. Partage exceeded my expectations. More

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Le Cirque - Bellagio3. Le Cirque - Bellagio
1534 reviews
French | Bellagio Hotel & Casino, The Strip

Gave us a great experience for my birthday. Exceptional service and delicious food in a romantic setting More

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Eatt4. Eatt
154 reviews
French | Sahara, Westside

Without a doubt, one of our favorite restaurants in Las Vegas and fortunately, close to our home. We would recommend to anyone. More

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Joel Robuchon - MGM Grand5. Joel Robuchon - MGM Grand
496 reviews
Contemporary French | MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, The Strip

Great food. Good for special occasion. The preparation is exquisite More

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District One Kitchen & BarDistrict One Kitchen & Bar
Fusion / Eclectic | Arizona Charlie's Decatur, The Strip

What is District One? Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) is separated into 12 districts and District One is the epicenter for Entertainment and Dining. At District One in Las Vegas we are dedicated to bringing our customers a unique dining experience. Our flavors are distinctly Asian but not necessarily just Vietnamese. When we created the concept of District One, we wanted to create a menu that would reflect our personalities, our heritage and our experiences. District One’s chef and co-founders, are all long time Las Vegas Residents with a passion for food. That being said, District One's founders have taken inspiration all the way from Vietnam, Thailand, China and Japan to combine them with flavors from Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New York.More

Flock and Fowl DTLVFlock and Fowl DTLV
Asian | Downtown, Downtown

It all started when...
Chef Sheridan Su was born in Chinatown, Los Angeles and raised in Monterey Park, CA. Growing up in an area considered by many gourmands as home to some of the finest Asian restaurants in the world, this was a giant playground for his culinary beginnings. Since a child, Sheridan has had a fascination with taste and the transformation of ingredients, leading a very natural path to becoming a chef. Upon graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, Sheridan embarked on a culinary journey that has shaped who he is today. He has spent time in the acclaimed kitchens of Ambrosia on Huntington in Boston, Atelier in New York, and Sona in Los Angeles.

Here in Las Vegas, he has been on the opening teams of prestigious restaurants including, Joël Robuchon at the Mansion, Social House, Wazuzu, and as Executive Chef at Comme Ça. More

Jamaican | Downtown, Downtown

Jammyland Cocktail Bar & Reggae Kitchen invites every guest on a psychedelic journey through the multicultural roots of Jamaican cuisine. To complement Chef Grayer’s fare, Jammyland’s bar mixes the freshest and craftiest cocktails in town (or just about anywhere). The Reggae Kitchen is always open late, and closed Mondays & Tuesdays for the summer. The heart of the LV Arts District boasts ample parking and bike share stations. More

Spago - BellagioSpago - Bellagio
American | Bellagio Hotel & Casino, The Strip

Globally influenced seasonal fare and signature Wolfgang Puck touches, such as gourmet pizzas topped with salmon and caviar, will be the focus of Spago’s market-driven menus, which will be presented with the outstanding level of service for which the restaurant is known. For lunch and dinner, guests will have the option to choose from an à la carte menu or explore the “Best of the West” with Puck’s multi-course California Tasting Menu. A special bar menu of Wolfgang Puck favorites also will be available, along with an artisanal cocktail program and extensive international wine list to accompany the chef’s culinary masterpieces.

Patio reservations will not be guaranteed. Patio requests may be placed upon arrival for your reservation and will be accommodated on a first come first serve basis.More

The Otheroom Las VegasThe Otheroom Las Vegas
Gastro Pub | Caesars Palace, The Strip

The otheroom Las Vegas is a stylish and unique bar concept known for its sexy atmosphere and premium selection of fine wines and craft beers, signature cocktails and gourmet bites with flagship locations in New York City and Los Angeles. For more than 30 years, the otheroom has served as the neighborhood haunt of choice for celebrities and tastemakers in Venice Beach, California and Manhattan’s West Village. Offering a stylish and vibrant setting for an affluent clientele, the otheroom is known for its fine wine selections and list of hand-picked craft beers.
The upscale lounge and dining concept features a chic, candle-lit aesthetic with industrial, yet glamorous, brick and metal finishes, providing a seductive setting that blends both masculine and feminine touches. The 3,200 square-foot lounge and patio is located within The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace with street-level access to Las Vegas Blvd and dedicated patio space in front of the iconic, Strip-side Trevi Fountain landmark.

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Second only to gambling the world’s most recognizable gaming destination, restaurant culture in Las Vegas is loud and proud. A popular outpost for Food Network stars’ restaurant offshoots or New York and Los Angeles restaurateurs looking for space and an eager audience, Las Vegas has been a real player on the culinary scene for years, despite its landlocked situation (unsustainable though it may seem, fish abounds.) In addition to the glitzy big names of casino restaurants, the city off-the-strip is dotted with strip malls many of which have become food destinations of their own. Whether its regional thai or better sushi than you ever thought could be served in the desert, the world is your, figurative, oyster in Vegas.