10Best Las Vegas, NV Restaurants
Celebrity Chefs have taken up residence all over the Las Vegas Strip. Emeril Lagasse has several restaurants in town, including Delmonico Steakhouse.
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A restaurant that takes its inspiration from Pablo Picasso has a lot to live up to, and at the Bellagio Las Vegas’ Picasso, guests can enjoy a memorable meal worthy of the famous artist. With a Master Sommelier to oversee the vast wine selection and food from Executive Chef Julian Serrano, Picasso offers an incomparable dining experience. Read more »All New & Notable Las Vegas Restaurants »
The next time you’re in Las Vegas, you may want to check out the newest version of an old favorite at the Metro McDonald’s on the Strip. This one-of-a-kind McDonald’s has taken a step up with murals and sleek furniture in a two-story building. Open 24 hours, this McDonald’s gives you a fresh new setting in which to enjoy familiar food. Read more »All New & Notable Las Vegas Restaurants »
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About Las Vegas, NV Restaurants
For many years, the dining scene at Las Vegas restaurants was considered subpar when compared to major cities like New York or Los Angeles. But just like everything else in this sparkling city, dining has been completely revamped, with overwhelmingly positive results. Here you can find outposts of the country's most famous (and skilled) chefs, including Wolfgang Puck, who has Las Vegas restaurants at five area hotels, and Emeril Lagasse, who brings bam-worthy Cajun-Creole style to his New Orleans Fish House and Delmonico Steakhouse. As befits such a cosmopolitan locale, a vast array of international offerings is available, including Chinese (try Lillie's Noodle House in the Golden Nugget), French (the famed Le Cirque at the Bellagio), Italian (locals enjoy Piero's) or Japanese food and excellent celeb-spotting opportunities at Nobu in the Hard Rock Resort. And of course, you must sample at least one of the notoriously ample Las Vegas buffets that dot the Strip. Some of the best include the elaborate Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, the MGM Grand Buffet, Cravings Buffet at the Mirage, and Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas. With lavish decor and a stunning abundance of food, these dining spots are a great place to experience the city's belief that too much is never enough.