Choosing where to eat in Vegas can be overwhelming, especially with all the fantastic, Michelin Star, celebrity-chef-owned restaurants along the Strip.
Why not pick a restaurant that has the best views of the Vegas strip?
We recommend starting with reservations at these amazing Las Vegas restaurants with some of the best views in Vegas.
The best restaurants in Las Vegas with a view
When you are looking for a romantic date night, Top of the World at The Strat is the perfect, upscale, establishment with amazing views of the Las Vegas Strip. The view is so great in fact that Top of the World has earned dozens of awards for the best view, best restaurant, and most romantic restaurant in Las Vegas.
Top of the World views of the strip are the best because the restaurant slowly turns, making a full rotation every 80 minutes, so diners are able to get a full, 360 degree view of the strip through the panoramic, floor-to-ceiling windows. The restaurant is also known for its seafood, steaks, and seasonal, fresh ingredients.
Tip: Thrill-seekers should check out the rides at the top of the Strat for an even more incredible view of Las Vegas.
Buddy Valastro is best known for his TLC show Cake Boss, but his casual Italian restaurant on the Vegas Strip at the Venetian Resort has some of the best views on the Las Vegas Strip.
Buddy leaned into his family’s authentic recipes to create the menu including Lisa’s Linguine and Clams with lobster, or the Valastro Sunday Gravy. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of Buddy’s famous desserts to choose from as well!
Make sure to request a table by the windows to look straight down and see the Las Vegas Strip and iconic Treasure Island!
Tip: For a romantic experience after dinner, take a ride on a gondola at Venetian.
When you are looking for fine French dining on the Las Vegas Strip, Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace is the best place to be. Savoy is best known for his French cuisine and brings his menu from the Paris restaurant to Las Vegas.
The restaurant has great views of the Fountains at Bellagio and the Paris Las Vegas Eiffel Tower with large windows.
Tip: Ask to sit on the patio for the best views.
Overlooking the busiest intersection in Las Vegas, Giada de Laurentiis’ restaurant is a bright, airy establishment with large windows that open at The Cromwell. The restaurant’s menu is Italian classics with a California twist featuring favorites such as Marsala herb chicken meatballs, housemade pastas, and a fantastic weekend brunch.
The windows offer a beautiful floor-to-ceiling- view of the Bellagio Fountains across the street. You’ll be able to watch people from above as pedestrians stroll the strip right below.
When you dine at Spago by Wolfgang Puck at Bellagio you can nearly reach out and feel the Bellagio fountains’ water.
Puck’s flagship restaurant offers the best fine dining you can expect on the strip and revolutionized al fresco dining. The menu features flavors and ingredients from the Santa Monica Pier and features handmade pasta, craft cocktails, fresh seafood, and wood-fired pizza.
Dining at Spago will make you feel like the Fountains at Bellagio show is just for you!
Tip: Check out brunch Friday through Sunday 11 am to 2:30 pm.
If you want to sit right on the lake at Bellagio you can do so at Prime Steakhouse. The patio is so close to the fountains you will feel the mist on your face. This four-star, celebrity chef-owned restaurant by Jean-Georges Vongerichten will stretch your budget, but you’ll eat the best lamb, steak, and seafood of your life.
Prime Steakhouse is one of the best choices for garden patio dining with the most romantic views.
Tip: While you are at Bellagio, do not forget to swing by the ever changing Bellagio Conservatory, one of the best free things to do in Vegas.
Diners can sit right in the middle of all the action when eating at the classic French bistro, mon Ami Gabi. The restaurant sits right in front of Paris Las Vegas, directly on the strip. Try the Onion Soup Au Gratin, Chicken Grand-Mere, and Chocolate Mousse for dessert to get a taste of France in the heart of Sin City.
The Bellagio fountains are right across the street and a glass of wine on the bistro patio is a great way to end or begin the evening.
Mon Ami Gabi is also one of the best outdoor restaurants in Vegas as well!
Dine 100 feet in the air at Eiffel Tower Restaurant where you can see views up and down the strip while dining at one of the most iconic restaurants in Las Vegas.
You’ll have a full, bird’s eye view of the Bellagio Fountain show and can enjoy a three-course brunch on the weekends featuring French Toast a la Creme Brulee, decadent and delicious Lobster Eggs Benedict, and Smoked Salmon.
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant is one of the most popular in Las Vegas. Make sure to book in advance and select a guaranteed window table (it’s worth the extra price!).
You can still get great views of the Las Vegas Strip while dining at the finest restaurants off-strip like Voodoo Steakhouse at Rio. Dining from the 50th-floor steakhouse offers panoramic views of the strip and the rest of Sin City.
Just above the restaurant is Voodoo nightclub, make sure to try the Witch Doctor signature cocktail during dinner, before going one floor up to dance the night away.
There’s a Total Snapshot Kiosk that will take commemorative photos of your voodoo steakhouse experience.
Tip: Experience the Rio Zipline for an unforgettable thrill ride in Las Vegas!
The House of Blues Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay is a private VIP club with seven different rooms to dine from. The windows to the north offer views of the Strip and you’ll get to indulge in hand-crafted cocktails, live music, and fine dining with bottle service.
The menu is inspired by global flavors and dinner includes complimentary admission into the nightclub afterward.
This restaurant offers good views with an elite clientele for an experience you won’t forget.