Eat well in Las Vegas with the perfect meal for every craving. From fine dining to casual restaurants, discover the best places to eat in Vegas. This list just scratches the surface of the Las Vegas food scene, but it is a great start.
Las Vegas crushes the food scene so narrowing each list down is no easy feat. However, our first pick on burgers is always the same. Fukuburger started as a food truck and quickly took over the Las Vegas scene with their all-American burgers with a Japanese twist. These burgers are packed with so much flavor you will remember the taste months later.
They have since graduated to a few standalone locations, but don’t worry they still have their truck. If you like spice, the Karai burger is my first pick, but you really can’t go wrong. With online ordering available, this is an excellent option to refuel after a long day at the comp.
#4: DW Bistro
DW Bistro’s is known for its fun weekend brunches. The bold flavors of these fan favorites: jerk chicken and waffles, pork hash, and Jamaican curry bowl are complemented by the sweet delight of chocolate croissants and blueberry and white chocolate scones from the pastry basket.
The staff treats you like a returning friend even if it is your first visit. Oh, and it wouldn’t be brunch without mimosas and bloody marys! Their cocktails are made with fresh ingredients that are sure to refresh.
#3: Edge Steakhouse
Edge Steakhouse is perfect for protein lovers. The ambiance is upscale and beautiful and their bartenders are friendly and talented. This award-winning steakhouse is a must-visit if you are in the mood to dress up a bit and fall in love with your meal. Their specialties like roasted bone marrow, sunchoke agnolotti, and wagyu beef tartare will be the talk of the night. There are wet and dry-aged prime cut options as well as wagyu ribeye and so much more. Ditch the workout clothes and bring your appetite.
#2: Yui Edomae
If you search for the best sushi in Las Vegas, Kabuto is always on the list, but not here my friend. Instead, we recommend a familiar competitor called Yui Edomae Sushi. The reason is simple; Chef Gen Mizoguchi. He revolutionized sushi in Las Vegas when he opened Kabuto in 2012. Not only was Kabuto’s traditional Tokyo-style edomae exquisitely prepared and served, Mizoguchi used rare fish flown in daily from Japan. Chef Gen Mizoguchi left Kabuto and opened Yui Edomae and elevated the experience to make this gem the absolute BEST sushi experience in Las Vegas. The offerings, atmosphere, and service are unmatched and the price point is a considerably lower price than what’s available in Strip casino restaurants. Oh, and you can wear your NoBull attire, they don’t mind.
#1: Bacchanal Buffet at Caesar’s Palace
The pandemic has closed many of the Las Vegas buffets, but lucky for you that is changing quickly. Overlooking the Garden of the Gods pool complex, this 25,000 square-foot dining area features 9 kitchen areas with globally inspired cuisine choices. Since reopening, you can find dishes presented on small plates instead of the original “self-serve” layout. You can upgrade your experience for unlimited adult beverages which give you a bottomless beer, wine, sangria, champagne, and mimosas. Yum! Las Vegas buffets are ridiculously cool. You should definitely wear loose-fitting clothes because you are not going to want to stop. From king crab legs, dry-rubbed smoked ribs, brisket, pork belly, and homemade tacos made to order, this is the perfect way to treat yourself while in town.