From pretty much ALL the Vegas celebrity chefs to Vegas’s local rising culinary stars and a truly fantastic Chinatown, Vegas dining is the best it has ever been and is only getting better!
Check out these spots in Vegas for your Bachelorette Party and enjoy the full Vegas food and drink experience.
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Breakfast and Brunch
Lavo Weekend Party Brunch
Lavo’s “Endless Italian Brunch Buffet” is now the stuff of Vegas legend. This is THE party brunch to hit up when you’re in Vegas: a place where bottomless booze brunch meets day club for peak daytime debauchery.
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For something a little less day club, the “Everlasting Rosé Brunch” at Bardot Brasserie is an upscale option with delectable French dishes that still delivers on the bottomless booze promise.
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Brunch Tour with Lip Smacking Foodie Tours
One of the best ways to experience Las Vegas’s robust and diverse food scene is on a tour with Lip Smacking Foodie Tours, and their brunch tour is one of the best! You’ll hit three popular brunch spots on the Strip—including Bardot—with food and cocktails at each venue, all in one gloriously gluttonous morning.
If you’ve ever rued the fact that bottomless brunch is only on weekends, Downtown Terrace is the spot for you.
They offer bottomless drinks for two hours, open to close seven days a week with the purchase of an entrée (with a two-hour limit).
The Italian food theme park that is Eataly is a great place to hit for lunch, when there are fewer people (it is not uncommon for there to be a line stretching into the Park MGM just to get inside the marketplace on weekend evenings) and your squad can choose their dishes from an assortment of different specialty counters—pizza, pasta, seafood, charcuterie, gelato, whatever.
Plus there are a couple of bars for all your wine and Italian vermouth needs.
Giada has one of the most stunning dining rooms in Las Vegas, and while the restaurant is only open for lunch Friday through Sunday, you can book an exclusive lunch experience where you will learn how to make a four-course meal (and also get to eat it) with the chefs of Giada.
If you’re going to do a buffet, make it Wicked Spoon inside the Cosmopolitan. It is the BEST buffet in Las Vegas, where the dishes are just as thoughtfully prepared and beautifully presented as if they were plated and served at a five-star restaurant.
CATCH inside the ARIA is quite possibly the trendiest dinner spot on the Strip right now. While their selection of sushi and other seafood certainly lives up to the hype, it is the highly Instagrammable flower-covered entryway that “catches” the most attention.
Chef Roy Choi’s Vegas debut is as eccentric and iconoclastic as the L.A. chef’s Mexican-meets-Korean-meets-California cuisine. This is one of the most adventurous and FUN dining rooms on the Strip!
The NoMad Restaurant
NoMad inside the NoMad Las Vegas hotel (which is in turn inside the Park MGM) is one of the grandest dining rooms to hit the Strip in some time. Enjoy American classics in a full-fledged library (yes, the books are real) with soaring ceilings in posh circular booths.
STK inside the Cosmo is a stylish, contemporary steakhouse that toes the line into nightclub territory the later in the evening it gets. For a real treat, order “The Clown” dessert and get your cameras ready!
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Classic French fare with one of the most gorgeous views of the Strip, located at the top of the Eiffel Tower and overlooking the Bellagio fountains: you really can’t go wrong here.
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Oscar’s Steakhouse is located inside the glass dome above the porte-cochère of the Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas. This old school style steakhouse is a throwback to Vegas’s mob era, and also offers the most amazing view of the Fremont Street Experience.
Located off-Strip in Vegas’s Chinatown, Partage is an impeccable modern French restaurant that is fast building a reputation for itself as one of the best restaurants in a city FULL of “best” restaurants.
For years now, Raku has maintained its reputation as one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas, praised by the likes of Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern as one of the best-kept secrets and hidden dining gems of Vegas.
While it’s hardly a secret anymore, it’s still very much worth getting there early to grab a table, and be sure to stop by Sweets Raku, their sister dessert concept in the same plaza, for a three-course dessert after dinner.
Top of the World
The Top of the World has recently been revamped, along with the rest of “The Strat” (the hip new name for the Stratosphere). If you want dinner with a view, Top of the World is perched more than 800 feet above the Strip and rotates 360 degrees every 80 minutes. The contemporary American steakhouse is served until 11 p.m. nightly.
Enjoy late-night dishes from short ribs to french toast and omelets at The Henry.
This restaurant does not even open until 10 pm on week nights, so it is an ideal choice for an after-club or late-night meal.
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