Are you a foodie looking for the best places to eat in town? Look no further! Here are five must-visit restaurants that are sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate.
Somewhat of an iconic spot in Vegas, this steakhouse opened in 2012 and has made waves ever since. Diners enter the restaurant through a London tube station, before getting to a huge restaurant with multiple floors (and a lot of steak). It’s a buzzy, loud, meaty kind of evening, great for groups of friends and not so great for a quiet date night. Seared Japanese Kobe and the roasted beef wellie are must orders. There’s a reason this place makes such a splash, and you’ve got to see it to believe it.
2. Sparrow + Wolf
The best spot in Chinatown, Sparrow + Wolf serves up American cuisine with a twist, and the menu, described as a ‘melting pot’ of cultures, evolves seasonally. Highlights have included pork secreto and foie gras and wood roast duck breast with soba noodle. This is the perfect spot for a special occasion, with creative fusion dishes a-plenty and an extensive wine list to go alongside.
3. Pizza Rock
Here, pizzas are listed according to their cooking temperature and type of oven. Purists will want the Margherita Napoletana (baked in a 900°F wood-fired oven), while more adventurous types might opt for the Cal Italia with gorgonzola, prosciutto and fig preserves (550°F gas brick oven) or one of the Romana varieties (700°F electric oven)—long, thin pies with three different sets of toppings.
Anything that you could possibly fantasize about is probably somewhere in this brasserie. Thanks to culinary wizard and celebrity chef Michael Mina, you can expect contemporary takes on classic dishes, as well as ample vino and (of course) a cart of bubbly champagne.
5. The Peppermill
The Peppermill is one of those long-standing Las Vegas traditions that you simply must try at least once in your lifetime
No matter what type of cuisine you’re looking for, these five restaurants are sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate. Bon appétit!