Las Vegas isn’t exactly known for cutting corners. It’s a playground of a city that takes pride in its extravagance. The casinos get most of the attention, but it should come as no surprise that you can find lots of great restaurants in Sin City. Whether it’s for a date, business dinner or just a night out, try these Las Vegas restaurants the next time you’re in town.
Wine and Dine at the Top of the World
Located more than 800 feet above the Las Vegas Strip, Top of the World (2000 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas) has long been one of Vegas’s most famous restaurants, and with good reason. Not only is it located atop the Stratosphere — it rotates a full 360 degrees every 80 minutes, so you’ll see the city from all sides by the time you finish your meal.
You’ll definitely want to make a reservation. If you’re willing to shell out $79 on a plate, we highly recommend the surf and turf, which pairs a lobster tail with filet mignon. In fact, much of the menu is steak- and seafood-heavy, but we aren’t complaining. The menu also helpfully offers a wine suggestion to accompany each dish.
For Brunch, Try Glutton
Despite the name, Glutton (616 E. Carson Ave., Las Vegas) isn’t a gimmick like the Heart Attack Grill two blocks away on Fremont Street. Glutton is a modern American restaurant with a broad menu and a particularly impressive brunch lineup. Try the breakfast salad, with puts poached eggs, bacon and duck-fat potatoes atop a bed of wild greens.
Other delicious options include an egg white frittata and a peaches and cream waffle. Also, no one ever went wrong ordering eggs benedict for brunch. At Glutton, the hollandaise sauce has some chipotle for extra kick, so be ready!
Eat Healthy at Eatt
Eatt (7865 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas) has a menu specifically curated around healthy options. You won’t find fried food here. Instead, you’ll find items like chicken pot a feu, which is cabbage stuffed with chicken and plenty of veggies. The miso- and honey-marinated salmon is also a good choice. There aren’t a ton of menu items, but they are all creative.
Eatt is a go-to choice if you follow a vegetarian or gluten-free diet, because they have many options in those categories.
An Asian Tour de Force
Andrea’s (3131 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas) is a swanky restaurant offering Asian cuisine of all sorts. Start with some shrimp and pork dumplings, or perhaps miso soup, if you’re looking to keep it basic. If you want to splurge, go for some fresh oysters and scallops.
The menu includes sushi and sashimi from A to Z, all plated beautifully. Full dinner plates range from about $30 all the way up to $145 for a porterhouse steak for two. We can’t think of a better place in Vegas to go out for a fancy meal.
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