Distinctive and Delicious: Las Vegas' 10 Best Restaurants for Fine Dining



Las Vegas is filled with an incredible collection of fine restaurants, many from well-known celebrity chefs. Food enthusiasts may have a hard time deciding where to eat, considering the wealth of acclaimed restaurants and chefs in town. Fine dining in Las Vegas has become a reason in itself to visit the city.

French cuisine is well represented among the best Las Vegas restaurants, which is unsurprising given its influence on gourmet food. For a truly fresh vision of French, plus an amazing view of Las Vegas, try Twist at the Mandarin Oriental. Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s food is found nowhere else in the United States, and the ethereally designed dining room seems the perfect setting for such rare dishes.

Fine dining is expensive, but when price is no object at all, make a reservation at Joel Robuchon. Here, the fine French cuisine is served in an opulent room designed to seat a small number of very lucky diners. The number of awards and accolades heaped upon Joel Robuchon are the result of food that is innovative, creative and sublime.

If you don’t feel like having French food, there are certainly plenty of other fine dining restaurants. Steakhouses like CUT serve choice cuts of meat and delectable side dishes in beautifully designed spaces, usually with an amazing wine list.

For more ideas on finding that perfect culinary adventure, check our list of Las Vegas’ best fine dining restaurants.




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CUT by Wolfgang Puck
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CUT is often hailed as one of the Las Vegas' best steakhouses, and with good reason. Featuring a menu of succulent steaks grilled over hard wood and charcoal then finished under a 1,200-degree broiler, CUT boasts a selection of U.S.D.A. Prime...  Read More




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Alizé
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Since 2001, this off-Strip standby has been wowing diners with its fabulous French fare and dazzling views of the Strip. Located on the 56th floor of the Palms Casino Resort, Alizé offers guests a nearly 280-degree panoramic view of Las Vegas...  Read More




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Le Cirque
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Le Cirque has become a Las Vegas classic, offering diners a menu of classic and contemporary French food. Guests can choose from a selection of mouth-watering menus: the Dégustation, the Pre-Theatre, the Prix-Fixe and the Vegetarian. Summer...  Read More


Picasso
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Executive Chef Julian Serrano's menu at Picasso is inspired by the regional cuisine of France and Spain where Pablo Picasso spent much of his life. Serrano's impeccable cuisine is on display in the degustation menu, which might include dishes...  Read More


Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
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Located on the 23rd floor of Mandarin Oriental, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire boasts an innovative menu that infuses the simplicity of classic French cuisine with a modern spin--a fusion for which the three-star Michelin chef is revered in today's...  Read More


Joël Robuchon
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Joel Robuchon's namesake restaurant in Las Vegas gives diners a chance to experience the chef's renown French cuisine in a setting reminiscent of Paris in the 1930s. A meal here is an elaborate event--and a splurge. Guests can enjoy a lavish...  Read More


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