Las Vegas is firmly on the map as a culinary juggernaut with the most complete collection of world-class restaurants, making the destination one of the best cities in the world to dine out. We’ve selected several extraordinary places to eat at right now, with some indulgent dishes you can’t experience the same way anywhere else. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s eat.


1. Elio  at Wynn Las Vegas

What to Expect

The menu of contemporary Mexican fare combines regional dishes with seasonal ingredients, with a focus on small plates, appetizers and shareable entrees. 

What to Eat

Starter: Tuna tartare a la Mexicana
Start light and tuck into the freshest tuna tartare (with a Latin flare, of course) with paptinas – scrumptious fried potato sticks, almost like French fries.

Entrée: Whole fish with mojo de ajo and herbs
This entrée is meant for sharing and is just as beautiful as it is delicious. The garlic sauce and fresh herbs bring the simple fish to a new level.

Dessert: Churros served with cajeta and Mexican chocolate 
Who doesn’t love a churro? And these golden, cinnamon sugar sticks of goodness are elevated with a dreamy caramel sauce and spicy Mexican chocolate for an impeccable presentation.

2. The Mayfair Supper Club  at Bellagio Las Vegas

What to Expect

Inspired by top supper clubs around the world, you’ll get dinner and a show with food and entertainment you’d expect from the high-caliber Bellagio.

What to Eat

Starter: Tuxedo Scallops
The shimmering shell presentation aside, this stunning dish features fresh, tender day scallops with huge slices of fresh truffle shingled between each scallop. This app is finished with black truffle cream (YUM), corn and Chanterelle mushrooms.

Entrée: Lobster Thermidor 
Yes, this is a throwback of extreme proportions, but it IS a supper club, so you may as well embrace the part. The lobster is classically prepared Thermidor-style with cognac cream, elevated with buttered leeks and tomato, and topped with a bed of crispy string potatoes.

Dessert: The Cigar
This showstopper (pun intended) is an edible chocolate and hazelnut cigar that arrives hickory-smoked under a glass dome. Whimsical and oh, so good.

3. Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse  at Flamingo Las Vegas

What to Expect
Diners will be transported back to Flamingo Las Vegas’ vintage roots while enjoying modern steak house cuisine prepared by chef Lamar Moore, winner of Food Network’s Vegas Chef Prizefight.

What to Eat
Starter: Half Dozen Oysters
A classic steak house staple, this offering features a variety of East and West Coast mollusks served with a champagne mignonette sauce. 

Dinner: 20 oz. Prime Bone-in Rib Eye
You’re at a steak house, so it’s only fitting to get a big cut. From the B&M private reserve and dry aged for 60 days in the in-house cooler, this cut is beautifully marbled and grilled to perfection. Don’t forget to pick from an array of enhancements – surf and turf anyone? 

Dessert: Wise Guys
Don’t let the name fool you. There’s nothing shady about this complex treat that combines opposite textures and temperatures. From warm chocolate espresso fondant and praline lime success, to the raspberry yogurt soufflé and the nougat semifreddo, it’s the best of all flavors.

4. Majordōmo Meat & Fish  at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino

What to Expect
Chef David Chang takes the traditional steak and seafood menu to new heights with elements of smoke and savory to make taste buds sing.

What to Eat
Full-course Feast
Smoked Prime Rib Dinner
This four-course spectacular is the easiest way to sample the best of everything on the menu. The meal kicks off with warm bing (a fluffy flatbread) with butter and honey. Next comes the market salad of seasonal produce. Then the main event of prime rib (either in 8- or 16-ounce cuts) along with mashed potatoes, horseradish and au jus. It’s all capped off with housemade ice cream or sorbet. Wear your eating pants.

5. Osteria Fiorella  at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

What to Expect
Award-winning chef Marc Vetri brings an expanded version of his popular Philly pasta bar Fiorella to Las Vegas, focusing on a variety of classics he perfected while living and cooking throughout Italy.

What to Eat
Starter: Sal’s Meatballs
An homage to chef Vetri’s father, Sal, these well-portioned (translation: large) meatballs come with grilled bread and creamy ricotta cheese. 

Dinner: Any of the Pastas
With so many options, we couldn’t choose just one to highlight. From the rigatoni with savory Fiorella sausage ragú and Locatelli cheese to the francobolli tre formaggi (delicate cheese and oyster mushroom ravioli), chef clearly knows his pasta and how to make you come back for more.

Dessert: Tiramisu
Reviews have called this the Eighth Wonder of the World. It’s classically made with rum and coffee-soaked ladyfinger cookies, layered and topped with mascarpone cream, then dusted with cocoa powder and served in a white coffee cup. Tutto bene!