10 Best Dining: Las Vegas Restaurants Worth Venturing Off The Strip For

Heather Turk

By , Local Expert, Las Vegas
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The Las Vegas Strip may be known for its many delectable restaurants, but that doesn't mean it's the only place in town guests can enjoy a great meal. Some of the city's best restaurants are actually found off-Strip, and usually at a fraction of the price of their costly Strip counterparts. From casual gastropubs like Culinary Dropout and Poppy Den to elegant steakhouses like Oscar's Beef Booze Broads and Vic & Anthony's, there's sure to be something to please diners of all types no matter what side of town they're on.

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    Marche Bacchus French Bistro & Wine Shop

    With its picturesque patio, exquisite French cuisine and reasonable wine prices, Marché Bacchus French...  Read more »

    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)."

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    Oscar's Beef Booze Broads

    With its savory steaks and spectacular downtown view, Oscar's Beef Booze Broads is a legend just like its namesake.

    Local Expert Tip: "If your group is 5-8 people, ask for table number 40 (Oscar's table)."

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    With its dazzling Strip views, friendly service and delectable menu items, Panevino is one of the city's best restaurants.

    Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to check out the adjoining gourmet deli for a quick yet tasty lunch."

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    The Barrymore restaurant

    • Cuisine: American
    • Average Main Course Price: $35
    • Neighborhood: East Of The Strip

    Even though it's only steps away from the Strip, The Barrymore is one of Las Vegas' best-kept secrets. Everything about it is topnotch!

    Local Expert Tip: "If you want to enjoy Social Hour on the patio, be sure to arrive early to grab a seat, as it's a popular spot with locals."

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    Culinary Dropout

    • Cuisine: American
    • Average Main Course Price: $20
    • Neighborhood: Paradise Road/Airport Area

    Serving unforgettable pub grub in an equally unforgettable atmosphere, Culinary Dropout is worth the trip no matter where you're staying in Las Vegas.

    Local Expert Tip: "Start off your meal with the amazing Soft Pretzels & Provolone Fondue. Even if you normally don't like cheese on your pretzels, this is one dish that's not to be missed!"

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    • Cuisine: Asian, Japanese
    • Average Main Course Price: $35
    • Neighborhood: Paradise Road/Airport Area

    The largest Benihana in North America, this off-Strip staple has served everyone from Elvis Presley to Michael Jackson.

    Local Expert Tip: "For a truly memorable evening, the restaurant takes special requests for Chef Toy Tomme to do his famous Elvis impersonation."

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    • Cuisine: European, Italian
    • Average Main Course Price: $22.50
    • Neighborhood: East Of The Strip

    A staple of Las Vegas' dining scene for more than 30 years, celebrity-favorite Piero's is a star in its own right.

    Local Expert Tip: "Request to sit in the A-Room (based on availability). It's where the movie Casino was filmed and where the who's who gravitate."

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    Poppy Den

    • Cuisine: Asian
    • Average Main Course Price: $15.50
    • Neighborhood: Westside

    With its stylish interior and flavorful dishes, Poppy Den is quickly becoming one of Las Vegas' hottest off-Strip restaurants.

    Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to order a side of the seasoned Poppy Fries with kim cheese sauce with your meal--although there are plenty of fries to share, you won't want to part with a single one they're so good!"

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    SC Prime Steakhouse & Bar

    • Cuisine: Steakhouse
    • Average Main Course Price: $35
    • Neighborhood: Westside

    Boasting a fabulous view of the Vegas Strip and some of the most succulent steaks in town, SC Prime offers a Strip-worthy dining experience off-Strip.

    Local Expert Tip: "The best time to visit SC Prime is after the sun sets, as guests have one of the best seats in the city for viewing the lights of the Las Vegas Strip."

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    Vic & Anthony's

    The Las Vegas outpost of one of America's top steakhouses, Vic & Anthony's serves up an off-Strip dining experience visitors won't soon forget.

    Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to save room for dessert; the Croissant Bread Pudding is simply delish!"



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