At this Chinatown seafood restaurant, neatness doesn't count since the food arrives in a bag. But who cares about being neat with all that savory goodness waiting to be devoured? Don't worry--you'll have a roll of paper towels to help you along the way. With only a handful of restaurants in Las Vegas, Orlando, Washington, and Orange County California, this small chain has attracted a loyal following. Pick the seasoning you like--Louisiana, Juicy Cajun, garlic butter, lemon pepper or Hot N Juicy Special--and dig into crab, lobster, shrimp, or crawfish. Combos that include sausage, corn and potatoes. Choose from four spice levels: mild, medium, spicy, or extra spicy. Water, soda, and beer are available.
The centerpiece of the Chart House Las Vegas at the Golden Nugget is a 75,000 gallon aquarium. The ocean-centric interior sets the tone for the restaurant's menu of seafood, although you'll also find non-seafood items. Signature dishes include Bronzed Swordfish, Spiced Ahi, Salerno Seabass, Sweet Pea Mahi, and Pan Glazed Shrimp & Scallops. Guests can choose from a wide array of seafood, including scallops, shrimp, lobster, or crab. If you're the landlubber in your group, try the prime rib, filet mignon, chicken, or lamb chops. Chart House restaurants may be familiar to those who have visited other locations throughout the United States, but the Las Vegas location has its own distinct ambiance.
The new Nobu at Caesars Palace is Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's largest and most innovative restaurant to date. With more than 325 seats, the restaurant offers a sophisticated yet whimsical experience and features a sushi bar, exclusive private dining area and an impressive selection of dishes including Nobu's signature items such as the Rock Shrimp Tempura and Yellowtail Sashimi with jalapeno and squid "pasta." It also features three teppanyaki tables--a first for Chef Nobu's U.S. restaurants--along with the Las Vegas debut of brick-oven dishes. Guests can experience the essence of Chef Nobu's cuisine with a multi-course Omakase menu spotlighting either Nobu signature items or the chef's daily creations.
The Oyster Bar at Harrah's Las Vegas flys in fresh seafood every day, including the oysters featured in the restaurant's name. The unstuffy atmosphere and reasonable prices drawn a steady crowd of hungry guests. You'll find all your favorite seafoods here: shrimp, lobster, calamari, and crab, along with dishes like clam chowder and Crab Louis Salad. Oyster selections include oysters on the half shell or fried, Oysters Rockefeller, shooters, and Oysters Royale. Start off with appetizers like blackened or beer boiled peel and eat shrimp, Maryland crab cakes, or bacon wrapped shrimp and sea scallops. For the main dish, choose from among entrees like fish and chips, jambalaya, or seafood risotto. A surf and turf is also offered: lobster and a filet.
Mastro's Ocean Club is housed in a striking structure that functions as a piece of art within Crystals, the high-end shopping mall in the CityCenter complex. The curvy two-story structure, "The Treehouse," gracefully rises in a wave-shape, housing the elegant restaurant inside. Mastro's is known for award-winning food at all of its restaurants, and the Las Vegas location lives up those standards of excellence. Signature dishes include the iced Seafood Tower, which guests create themselves with a selection of fresh, chilled shellfish. The menu offers an expansive selection of seafood, all of which adhere to Safe Harbor standards. Dishes include Chilean Sea Bass, ahi tuna, salmon, swordfish, halibut, Alaskan King Crab Legs and Broiled Live Main Lobster. Non-seafood choices include several cuts of beef, chicken, and rack of lamb.
Estiatorio Milos features fine Greek food, and that includes incredibly fresh seafood. The seafood is sourced from around the world and prepared flavorfully in a Mediterranean style. Guests will find signature dishes like the grilled octopus, which comes with chickpeas from Santorini, capers, sea fennel and kritamo. The prized Loup de Mer is another Estiatorio Milos signature dish, with the fish cooked in sea salt and finished with extra virgin olive oil and capers. Guests can also enjoy a raw bar or one of the many selections of fish, shellfish or octopus. Lamb and beef are also available. A serene, beautifully designed interior complements the memorable food.
Chef Emeril Lagasse is at the helm of several restaurants in Las Vegas, all of which are known for their outstanding food. What else would you expect from the man known for putting the "Bam!" into any dish? In Las Vegas, diners can enjoy a taste of New Orleans at Emeril's seafood restaurant at the MGM Grand. Fresh fish, shellfish, and steaks are prepared with a touch of Creole. At the Seafood Bar, you can watch oysters and shellfish being shucked and prepared. The restaurant's extensive wine list was recognized with a Wine Spectator award, giving diners plenty of options for the perfect complement to a delicious meal. Start with Tuna Poke or a Creole Boiled Shrimp Cocktail before moving on to gumbo or a jumbo crab cake. Signature dishes include Sweet Barbecued Organic Scottish Salmon and Pan Fried Rainbow Trout. To finish off the evening, the dessert selections ensure that your inner sweetaholic will find something delectable.
The name of Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab at Caesars Forum Shops tells diners they can expect a range of delicious food. The original Joe's opened in Miami in 1913, and with longevity like that, it's reasonable to think that they must be doing something right. One look at the menu confirms that idea. An array of stone crab options are available, as well as oysters on the half shell. Shrimp, scallops, crab, lobster and fresh fish will satisfy cravings for seafood. If it's meat you're after, Joe's also offers steaks, veal and lamb. A seasonal menu offers the best of foods currently available. The comfortable but upscale ambiance is plush but not snooty, and patio dining that overlooks The Forum Shops is available.
The memorable menu at Michael Mina offers contemporary, refined dishes of seafood and American cuisine. The beautifully designed interior provides a setting worthy to go along with an expertly crafted meal. Indulge in a shellfish tasting for two, or start off with Artichoke Ravioli with lobster, pistachio and lemon. Seafood options include mouthwatering choices like the phyllo-crusted sole with crab brandade, pea sprouts and dijon, or the Maine lobster pot pie in truffle-lobster cream with baby vegetables. The splurge-worthy "surf and turf" here includes a Wagyu ribeye, Maine lobster tail and Hudson Valley foie gras. An extensive international wine list is available, and Michael Mina's desserts have become legendary.