Restaurants

Top Choice American in Downtown & Fremont St

Carson Kitchen

Tiny industrial space hops with downtowners looking to get away from Fremont Street mayhem and big-scale Vegas eateries. Excellent shared plates include rainbow cauliflower, watermelon and feta salad and bison meatl…
Pizza in Downtown & Fremont St

Evel Pie

What could make legit NYC-style pizza even better along downtown Las Vegas' Fremont Street? Evel Pie, that's what. This funky and cool restaurant features authentic Evel Knievel memorabilia and daredevil toppings li…
Fast Food in Downtown & Fremont St

Container Park

With food-truck-style menus, outdoor patio seating and late-night hours, food vendors inside the cutting-edge Container Park sell something to satisfy everyone's appetite. When we last stopped by, the ever-changing …
Buffet in The Strip

Wicked Spoon Buffet

Wicked Spoon makes casino buffets seem cool again, with freshly prepared temptations served on individual plates for you to grab and take back to your table. The spread has all the expected meat, sushi, seafood and …
Tapas in The Strip

Jaleo

The Vegas version of pioneering Spanish chef José Andrés' flagship restaurant in DC brings modern tapas to a light-hearted setting with a rustic-chic look: recycled wooden tables with mismatched chairs, whimsical gl…
French in The Strip

Bouchon

Napa Valley wunderkind Thomas Keller's rendition of a Lyonnaise bistro features a seasonal menu of French classics. The poolside setting complements the oyster bar (open 3pm to 10:30pm daily) and an extensive raw se…
Japanese in Las Vegas

Raku

At the place where LA chefs come to dine when they're in town, Japanese owner-chef Mitsuo Edo crafts small plates blossoming with exquisite flavors. You'll find yourself ordering just one more thing, again and again…
French in The Strip

Joël Robuchon

The acclaimed 'Chef of the Century' leads the pack in the French culinary invasion of the Strip. Adjacent to the high-rollers' gaming area, Robuchon's plush dining rooms, done up in leather and velvet, feel like a d…
Japanese in The Strip

Nobu

Iron Chef Matsuhisa's new sequel to his NYC establishment is almost as good as the original. The setting is postmodern Zen, with glowing yellow lanterns, private dining 'pods' and sociable teppanyaki grill tables. S…
Mexican in The Strip

Chayo's

This stylish Mexican kitchen and tequila bar near the High Roller observation wheel even has a mechanical bull that you can ride. Sink back against a leather banquette and eye the Día de Los Muertos-inspired decor a…