Discover Great Food off the Strip at These 10 Las Vegas Restaurants



Some of Las Vegas' best restaurants are found off the Strip, from casual gastropubs to steakhouses. With the number of chefs and culinarily inclined people in town, it’s no wonder that some of the most talked-about eateries are springing up away from the tourist corridor on the Strip.

Marche Bacchus French Bistro & Wine Shop is one of the city’s original off-the-Strip finds, with serene lakeside dining, wonderful (and affordable) wines and great French food. The small restaurant is located in a shopping center located in Desert Shores, one of Las Vegas’ residential areas with man-made lakes, a feature that makes you feel like you’re not really in Las Vegas.

Steakhouses have been a Las Vegas dining staple since the city's early days, and off-Strip steakhouses remain solid choices for excellent meals. Echo & Rig is both a butcher shop and a restaurant, a combination that will warm the heart of any meat lover. The quality and service is every bit as good as anything found on the Strip.

Take a drive into Chinatown to discover a wealth of hidden gems, like Raku. This acclaimed Japanese restaurant attracts not only local chefs, but those visiting town as well. And everyone knows that the restaurants chefs like tend to be particularly awesome--Raku is no exception.

If you’ve decided it’s time to take a drive away from the Las Vegas Strip, keep scrolling to read our list, presented in no particular order, of Las Vegas' 10 best off-the-Strip finds.


Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse
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Echo & Rig's distinctive design, which features a butcher shop on the first floor, elevates the traditional steakhouse experience. The décor's comfortable, slightly industrial style keeps the atmosphere casual and welcoming, and diners come...  Read More




When the classic Atomic Liquors opened a kitchen in a former car garage located next door to the bar, it was a given that the food would be great. What's somewhat unexpected is the caliber of dishes coming out of The Kitchen at Atomic--this...  Read More




Originally, the traditional Cornish pasty was the solution to a food problem for miners. The potpie/calzone-like creation was designed with a thick, crimped edge of dough so it could be held with one hand while eating, and that feature remains...  Read More




Fat Choy has had a journey from food truck to its current location, and its customer base has continued to grow at each step. The food is so good it's easy to understand why. The menu here is a mash-up of Asian and American food, with baos,...  Read More




Raku in Las Vegas' Chinatown attracts chefs from all over the city, both those that live here and those who are visiting. It's a popular foodie destination, having been on its fair share of travel and food shows. Some of the menu's stars include...  Read More


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South Las Vegas


The Black Sheep brings American-Vietnamese food to Las Vegas in a modern, comfortable setting on the south side of the valley. Chef Jamie Tran is a veteran of the Las Vegas Strip restaurant scene, and she brings her considerable talents to the...  Read More


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East Of The Strip
The Barrymore Restaurant
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The Barrymore's style is Old Vegas-meets-Old Hollywood, which suits this restaurant perfectly. Situated right off the lobby of Royal Resort, everything from the velvety booths to the film reels on the ceiling oozes a vintage ambiance in all the...  Read More


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East Of The Strip


Lotus of Siam has enjoyed a long history of culinary acclaim in Las Vegas. Regarded by many as one of the best Thai restaurants in the United States, Lotus of Siam has earned its place on a lot of foodies' bucket lists. Fans of the restaurant...  Read More




Not all of Vegas' fine dining restaurants are located on or near Las Vegas Boulevard. Vintner Grill is tucked away in the heart of the neighborhood of Summerlin, on the bottom floor of an office building. The crisp interior sets the stage for a...  Read More




Serving up one of Las Vegas' most unforgettable dining experience, Marché Bacchus is a short drive from the Las Vegas Strip, but feels worlds away. Located in the Desert Shores community, guests can enjoy the lovely lake view as they dine on...  Read More


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