Italian: Another example of Las Vegas's penchant for having its own versions of some of America's best restaurants, this outpost of the East Harlem original keeps the same great food and adds in views of the resort's pool--not to mention a bocce ball court. Open for lunch Wed.-Sun. and dinner nightly, most folks choose to dine in one of the two rooms that recreate the New York location, soaking in the "authenticity." Wherever you dine, you'll be a fan of the Ossobuco with saffron risotto, Grilled Lamb Chops and Veal Parmesan. Lots of flavor-packed pastas also suit folks to a tee. Whatever you decide on, be sure to save room for dessert: the zesty cannoli with candied orange is the perfect way to cap off your memorable meal.
Best Restaurants: Rao's first restaurant was in New York, but its outpost at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas still serves the authentic Italian food that its customers adore. You may want to work off Rao's large portions with a game of bocce ball, and you're in luck--they happen to have a court. The interior design evokes a homey feeling, and the food is most often described as almost home-cooked. If you're looking for a more relaxed place to eat, Rao's may be just what you're looking for.