Some of Las Vegas' best restaurants are found off-Strip, and usually at a substantially lower cost than what's found on the Strip. Casual gastropubs, elegant steakhouses and one-of-a-kind finds serve delectable meals certain to please diners looking for something different.
At Marche Bacchus French Bistro & Wine Shop, diners may feel like they're not in Las Vegas at all. The serene lakeside dining environment feels world away and shows no signs of being in a desert, yet it's only a short drive from the Strip. Panevino's much-lauded Italian food is served with a view of the Strip in the background, giving this off-the-Strip find a distinctive ambiance.
Steakhouses have been a Las Vegas dining staple since the city's early days, and off-Strip steakhouses remain solid choices for great meals. Echo and Rig, in the western part of Las Vegas, is both a butcher shop and a restaurant. Andiron, one of Las Vegas' newer eateries, features steaks and seafood by an award-winning restaurant team.
The classic Old Vegas dining experience is still alive off the Strip at places like Piero's, which has been in business for more than 30 years and has even made a few movie appearances. Downtown serves up a fair number of classic dining experiences, which only makes sense since it's an area of Las Vegas that's retained some of the city's earlier style.
Still not sure which restaurant to try? Our list will help you narrow down your options for Las Vegas' best off-the-Strip restaurants.