If your mission is to eat and drink well while you’re here…
At Raku, Chef Mitsuo Endo is committed to high-quality ingredients (the charcoal and condiments are all imported directly from Japan!) and making guests smile. The menu features Kobe beef filet with wasabi, duck with balsamic soy sauce, and a butter-sautéed scallop with soy sauce, among many other delights.
Banger Brewing is Freemont Street’s first craft brewery; stop by for a toast and even a tour! Try the award-winning El Heffe, infused with freshly roasted jalapeños and Serrano peppers.
This stylish new spot offers Chef Michael Mina’s take on classic French cuisine. Try the escargot, onion soup, Parisian gnocchi, lobster thermidor, and the world’s best butter!
The Black Sheep is a new hotspot offering Vietnamese-American comfort food and locally sourced ingredients, including local brews. Try the Hamachi crudo, braised Duroc pork belly, and Bao sliders.
Carson Kitchen is an urban casual eatery located inside the re-purposed mid-century John E. Carson Motel. The menu features fun libations, flatbreads, sandwiches, small plates, and more—many of which are gluten free or vegetarian.
Voted “Best steakhouse in Las Vegas” by the Las Vegas Review Journal, Charlie Palmer offers imaginative interpretations of classics including “Caesar Salad,” fashioned from prosciutto-wrapped romaine hearts studded with white anchovies, and a high-roller’s 40-ounce Porterhouse for two with truffle potato gratin.
Sometimes you just need a doughnut—and, for such occasions, the popular Donut Bar has your back. Inventive daily flavors have included maple bourbon, PB&J, red velvet, apple fritter, salted caramel, and crème brulée.
EATT brings a Michelin-Star sensibility to healthy food, offering delicious recipes in a relaxing atmosphere. Many items are gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, or vegan.
New York celebrity chef Tom Colicchio brings his passion for cooking with fire to the Las Vegas Strip with this restaurant that focuses on meats prepared entirely over an open flame. The menu showcases antibiotic-free meat raised by purveyors committed to time-honored farming practices and heritage breeds.
Stop by this traditional Japanese ramen spot for authentic delights including wonton chicken ramen, tonkotsu assari, and pork gyoza. Finish your meal off with green tea mochi ice cream.
Juan’s is the “neighborhood place for great Mexican food, drinks, and sports” and is regularly rated a favorite. They serve everything from quesadillas, ceviche, and fajitas to vegetarian specialties and even an organic margarita.
At this wine-and-food hideaway, you can savor chef Billy DeMarco’s menu of small-plate items from the sea, farm, oven, garden, grill and butcher, paired with artisanal draught beers and an impressive wine list. La Cave offers three distinct environments—the cellar, the rustic yet refined dining room, and a patio that looks out over the Wynn resort pool and gardens.
Sinatra showcases Chef Theo Schoenegger’s modern twist on classic Italian cooking, including many of Frank’s personal favorites like spaghetti and clams, and ossobuco. The dining room is adorned with iconic memories from Sinatra’s storied career.
Yardbird is a house of worship to farm-fresh ingredients, classic Southern cooking, culture and hospitality. Stop by for supper seven days a week and a foot-stompin’, soul-healin’ brunch on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays!