With literally thousands of restaurants in Las Vegas, and the lineup changing constantly, it can be difficult to know where to begin your gastronomic adventure.
Fortunately, there are so many restaurants that are great for couples.
Whether it’s fine dining, a one-of-a-kind theme or the ultimate foodie experience you seek, Las Vegas has it.
These romantic, fun or unique eateries are just a few options that are guaranteed to make memories that will last a lifetime.
Here are the very best dining experiences in Las Vegas for couples.
10 Top Restaurants in Las Vegas for Couples
BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark
For the ultimate blind date, there is nothing in Las Vegas quite like BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark.
The concept behind this vegan restaurant is the notion that dining in complete darkness leads to a heightened sensory experience with respect to taste, smell and touch.
Customers are required to leave all light-emitting devices in lockers outside the dining room.
Friendly servers wearing night-vision goggles guide you to and from your table and serve as your eyes throughout this dining adventure. Order off the drink menu before you enter the dining room, where you will indulge in a five to seven-course surprise menu comprised of savory, spicy and sweet dishes. Guests rave about this one-of-a-kind culinary experience.
BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark is located just west of the Strip and is open for dinner weekdays and for lunch and dinner on the weekend.
Restaurant Guy Savoy
Consistently ranked as one of the most romantic restaurants in Las Vegas, Restaurant Guy Savoy is also one of only two eateries in the valley to have earned a 2-star Michelin rating. Restaurant Guy Savoy features ultra-high-end French cuisine set against a modern and elegant backdrop.
Restaurant Guy Savoy’s featured dishes include foie gras, and artichoke and black truffle soup.
The eatery’s caviar room offers an exclusive menu of caviar dishes. Diners often remark that even the restaurant’s signature bread cart is over the top.
Restaurant Guy Savoy is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday. Reservations and formal attire are required and, because dinner for two can easily exceed $1000, a fat wallet is also a must. Restaurant Guy Savoy open Wednesday through Sunday from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and is located in the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace.
Food Tours of America
If you’re a couple who enjoys seeing the sights while sampling delicious bites, Food Tours of America delivers the quintessential taste of Vegas experience. Explore the downtown area or check out the heart of Strip on one of two culinary walking tours.
The Vintage Vegas Downtown Foodie Tour takes you to Freedom Beat in the Downtown Grand Hotel, Bin 702 in the Container Park and JoJo’s Jerky. This tour is offered on Thursdays and Saturdays from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and is $89 per person. The Las Vegas Strip Foodie Walk takes you through the Venetian, the Palazzo and the Grand Canal Shops.
Sample Italian, Mexican and Peruvian entrees, along with Japanese chocolates and Hawaiian cookies. This tour is offered Tuesday and Friday afternoons from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and costs $125 per person.
Public tours consist of no more than sixteen people per group for the Downtown tour, and Strip tours consist of no more than twelve per group.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie. offers a modern and eclectic take on the old-timey supper club. The venue offers updated and reimagined versions of cocktails, and mixologists who will invent custom drinks on the spot based on your preferences. Dine on familiar dishes with a twist such as beef wellington and Chilean sea bass.
Guests rave about the duck confit pasta, caviar tacos, and the ever-evolving cookie jar.
Before, during and after you dine, experience a variety of live music and performers that can range from acrobats to jugglers to burlesque dancers.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie. is open nightly at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Reservations and upscale cocktail attire are required. Rose. Rabbit. Lie. is something everyone should experience more than once because you will never have the same experience twice.
Sparrow + Wolf
Sparrow + Wolf is the vision of owner and executive chef Brian Howard, a Michigan native with over nineteen years of experience in Las Vegas casino’s fine dining restaurants. Opened in 2017, Sparrow + Wolf is one of the most sought after dining experiences on or off the Strip.
The restaurant’s continually evolving menu takes its inspiration from locations Howard has visited, along with different cultures and neighborhoods. Previously inspired by Asian and Mediterranean cuisines, for example, dishes on the menu currently take their cues from the flavors and spices of Mexico and Latin America.
The menu consists of artfully plated items whose appearance is in keeping with Sparrow + Wolf’s rustic, modern décor. Diners can sample affordable small plates such as swordfish aguachile, Spanish octopus, charred Romanesco and braised lamb neck.
Located about 2.5 miles west of Strip in the heart of Chinatown, Sparrow + Wolf is worth the trip. Sparrow + Wolf is open daily from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. with happy hour from open to 6:30 p.m.
Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge
If you’re looking for a casual date eatery with completely unique décor, there is no other place in all of Vegas quite like the Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge. Situated about five miles south of the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign, the Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge is located in the Silverton Casino.
The Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge serves a typical selection of bar drinks and good American fare that includes a wide selection of burgers. Other menu items include nachos, wings, ribs, shrimp and a variety of pizzas, but you really don’t come here for the food. The restaurant’s tropical, underwater theme hints at the real appeal of this place.
The highlight of the Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge is its 117,000-gallon saltwater aquarium stocked with over 4000 tropical fish including sharks and jellyfish. And did I mention there are mermaids – real mermaids? Watch them swim with the fishes three times daily Thursday through Sunday. In addition, you can catch the stingray and fish feeding shows twice daily.
The Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge is 21 and over, which makes it a great venue for a low key couples night. The restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and the bar is open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
Perched on the 23rd floor of the Waldorf Astoria, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire pulls out all the stops with modern, stunningly presented French-American cuisine, an extensive selection of wine and impeccable service.
Twist’s romantic interior, decorated with flowers, trees, leaves, birds, butterflies and hundreds of tiny lights, gives the feel of dining in a modern outdoor garden, the perfect backdrop for a cozy date night meal. The restaurant overlooks the Strip, with spectacular views of Paris, Aria, Planet Hollywood and beyond.
It’s also not an understatement to say that Twist’s bathrooms have the best views of any in Las Vegas.
In addition to dishes such as Turbot, Berkshire Pork and Japanese Wagyu strip loin, Twist offers private dining along with four-course, six-course and vegetarian tasting menus. For the ultimate indulgence, splurge on the $777 per person Lucky Number Seven tasting menu that offers a seven-course dining experience that is customized to pair perfectly with your wine selections.
Twist is open Tuesday through Saturday and closed Sundays and Mondays.
Capo’s Restaurant and Speakeasy
Think you’ll find any place more old school Vegas than Capo’s Restaurant and Speakeasy?
The fun at this Chicago Mob-themed restaurant begins the moment you find the secret entrance.
Minimal lighting, old-timey décor and live music such as Sinatra and other Rat Pack standards combine to give off a romantic, Old World vibe.
Enjoy standard Italian fare with portions big enough to share. Sample house specialties like Gotti’s Chicken Angelo, Goodfellas Piccata and Capone’s Carbonara. Finish on a sweet note with Dillinger’s chocolate-dipped cannolis or Jimmy Two Times Tiramisu.
Capo’s is located about four miles west of the Strip and is open daily for lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dinner is available from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays and from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. weekends.
If you’re seeking that upscale, classic Vegas dining experience, the swanky, retro Barrymore is just the place.
Surrounded by a wall of fire, the Barrymore’s outdoor patio and lounge offers nice views and a comfy place to relax and enjoy an adult beverage or two. Inside is intimate and traditional, old school Vegas, with dim lighting, empty film reels on the ceiling, a display of fine wines, table lamps and plush seating.
Enjoy updated classics like shrimp cocktail, linguini and clams, pan seared salmon and filet mignon. Dishes are very reasonably priced, particularly compared to restaurants right on the Strip, so you can enjoy a fancy night out without putting a hole in your wallet.
The Barrymore is located north of the Wynn and just a short distance east of the Strip in the boutique Royal Resort Hotel.
The Barrymore is open Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and weekends from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Marrakech Mediterranean Restaurant
Since 1979, Marrakech Mediterranean Restaurant has been the standard by which all Mediterranean restaurants in Las Vegas are judged. This unique and colorful restaurant, styled to feel like you are dining inside a Moroccan tent, offers delicious Middle Eastern favorites in a lively atmosphere. Did we mention the live belly dancers? Sit back and enjoy the show, or bust out your best moves and join them; it’s your choice. Regardless, Marrakech makes for a fun, memorable date night experience.
For $49.99 per person, indulge in Marrakech’s Famous Six Course Feast.
Along with homemade bread, you will sample Mediterranean shrimp scampi, Harira soup, beef kabobs, a Moroccan couscous and chicken platter, as well as hummus, olives, assorted vegetables, and Moroccan pastry for dessert. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are also available. An ala carte menu is available after 9:30 p.m.
Marrakech is open daily from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m., with the last seating at 10 p.m. Marrakech is located about a seven-minute drive east of the Strip.