Tantalize your taste buds in the destination that offers fascinating cuisine designed to quell any craving. With celebrity chefs finding a hungry market here, Las Vegas is iconic for its fine dining. Here is just a sampling of the savory fare that will start you on your culinary journey.


Indulge in some Italian seafood delicacies at Amalfi by Bobby Flay inside Caesars Palace. Inspired by Flay’s extensive travels to the Amalfi Coast, Amalfi transports guests to the Mediterranean with the enchanting blend of coastal ease and fresh flavors. A focal point of the restaurant is a fish and seafood display, staffed by a fishmonger, to answer questions regarding where the fish is from, when it arrived in Las Vegas, and more. Join us for a taste of the signature Squid Ink Fettucine with lobster, shrimp, squid and fresh pasta made in-house daily in the try this dish segment of Vegas ON.

THE Steakhouse

Whether you have your heart set on a porterhouse steak, lamb chops or an Australian lobster tail, THE Steakhouse at Circus Circus delivers. For ultimate satisfaction, dinners always include just-baked breads, vegetables and a choice of black bean soup, house salad, wild rice blend or garlic-mashed potatoes. Rounded red-leather booths, dark wood accents and warm mood lighting offer a cozy and welcoming ambience and the attentive wait staff at THE Steakhouse make every customer feel like royalty.


Ferraro’s Ristorante

It’s not surprising that Ferraro’s Ristorante on Paradise Road has been in business for over 30 years. Rustic southern Italian dishes please even the most discriminating palate, and their wine vault houses a wide array of robust reds and whites from all parts of the world. Using only the finest ingredients, the team at Ferraro’s whips up homemade pastas, breads and desserts daily. When it comes to favorites, polpettine (house-made meatballs) and osso bucco (braised veal shank) compete for the top prize. With a vegan menu and a variety of gluten-free options, this diner has something for everyone.


Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Find southern comfort food with a twist at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar at The Venetian.Just one bite of Lewellyn’s fine fried chicken with a side of grits, or the St. Louis-style pork ribs, will transport you to sultry, magnolia-scented afternoons on the porch with a cold glass of sweet tea. Using farm-fresh ingredients, award-winning chef and restaurateur John Kunkel serves up lunch on weekdays, supper seven days a week and a scrumptious brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Friendly hospitality and chic, rustic décor combine to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. 

Hugo’s Cellar

An established part of the Las Vegas landscape, Hugo’s Cellar in Four Queens offers elegant dining with exquisite service. While ladies love receiving a long-stemmed rose with each visit, gentlemen appreciate the restaurants comfortable, old-school atmosphere. Since 1976, this subterranean establishment on Fremont Street has been serving up popular specialties such as beef Wellington and anise duckling, which is flambéed tableside. Special touches like warm bread and fresh butter rosettes with each entrée will make you feel extra pampered. 

Hell's Kitchen

Fans of the hit TV show, "Hell's Kitchen," feel right at home in Gordon Ramsay's hot new Caesars Palace restaurant of the same name. Red or blue —two kitchens serve up delectable menu options. Follow the tasty lobster risotto with the roasted rack of lamb or crispy skin salmon. Pair your entreé with baked macaroni and cheese or wild mushrooms and finish with their sweet sticky toffee pudding. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for panoramic views of the Las Vegas strip, and for ultra-deluxe dining, take your place at one of two chef's tables. Now that you know Las Vegas is the foremost dining destination, explore all the options that will have your mouth watering for some culinary excellence.