10 Best Dining: Treat Yourself To A Lunch You'll Never Forget At These Las Vegas Restaurants
It’s easy to argue that in no other city does the phrase “dinner and a show” come up more often than in Las Vegas. And why not? With its many celebrity chefs and extravagant productions, the combinations seem truly endless. But while a good number of the city’s celebrity chef-helmed restaurants are only open for dinner, that doesn’t mean your taste buds can’t enjoy an exquisite lunch. Some of Las Vegas’ most delectable restaurants are actually open in the afternoon, so guests can feast on phenomenal fare at almost any hour. Dig in to more food than you can chew at Hash House A Go Go, savor Due Forni’s amazing pizza pies, try
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Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to visit the bistro's adjoining wine shop beforehand to pick out a selection to go along with your meal. Diners can enjoy any bottle of their choice with their lunch for a nominal $10 corkage fee (plus the price of their selection)."
Offering a quiet respite on the hectic Vegas Strip, Verandah's serene garden terrace is the perfect lunchtime escape for locals and tourists alike.
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to start your meal with the delicious Caprese antipasti, made with heirloom tomatoes, Campania buffalo mozzarella and pesto."
Baja Miguel's $9.95 prix fixe lunch special is one of the best in town!
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to try the Fideo pasta soup--it tastes just like spaghetti!"
- Cuisine: American, New American, Steakhouse, Sushi
- Average Main Course Price: $30
- Neighborhood: West Of The Strip
Simon's tasty power lunch brings celebrity chef-fare to those in a hurry during busy lunchtime hours.
Local Expert Tip: "If you're dining with a group, Simon's wood-fired pizzas make a great appetizer, as they are easy to share. The Margherita pizza with heirloom tomatoes and basil ribbons, in particular, is a real palate pleaser."
Sushi Roku's affordable lunch specials make this striking Strip restaurant a hit not only with celebrities, but also average Joes looking for a deal.
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to try one of Sushi Roku's signature cocktail concoctions, like the sweet Pineapple Upside-Down Cake: Pinnacle whipped cream vodka mixed with Stoli vanilla vodka and fresh pineapple."
Not only one of Las Vegas' top power lunch spots, Triple George Grill has helped lead the downtown Las Vegas renaissance in recent years.
Local Expert Tip: "Start off your lunch with the sinfully delicious Baked Goat Cheese Marinara. Taste buds won't be disappointed!"
While the menu items at Eiffel Tower Restaurant may cost less during lunch hours, the dining experience is just as priceless!
Local Expert Tip: "For a truly memorable occasion, ask to be seated at the most romantic table in the city, where the only view diners have is of each other and the Fountains of Bellagio since their backs are to the restaurant."
Hash House A Go Go's humungous servings are great for those who might not get to enjoy dinner until late in the evening.
Local Expert Tip: "As much as you'll want to, don't try to finish everything in one sitting. Ask for a doggie bag and enjoy the rest of your meal for dinner or even lunch the next day."
Todd English's Olives is the only restaurant open for lunch that offers patio seating above Lake Bellagio.
Local Expert Tip: "Since patio seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, try to arrive as early as possible for lunch to beat the crowds and increase your chances of getting a seat (the restaurant opens daily at 11 a.m.)."
Offering not one but two delicious types of pies, Due Forni is a great lunchtime option for pizza lovers.
Local Expert Tip: "Split a pizza so you have room to try one of Due Forni's masterfully presented appetizers as well, like the unforgettable Carpaccio: arugula, pine nuts, Parmesan, cremini mushrooms and black truffle vinaigrette wrapped up in thinly sliced prime beef."
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