Where To Eat In Las Vegas?

Where to Eat In Las Vegas - Sugar Factory Fashion Show

Sugar Factory Fashion Show is a 22,000-square-foot Las Vegas location of the globally known dessert-centric chain. At the front of Fashion Show, a shopping mall on the Las Vegas Strip across from the Wynn Las Vegas, lies this two-floor haven for sugar.

Where to Eat In Las Vegas - Carmine's Italian Restaurant

Run by world famous TV personality and accomplished chef Gordon Ramsay, Chef Ramsay Steak is a sleek and stylish restaurant with a high-energy vibe. Since its opening in Paris Las Vegas in 2012, this ultramodern steakhouse boasts a total of 274 seats, including a large bar, a contemporary lounge and two-story main dining area, even offering a chef’s table and private dining rooms. 

Where to Eat In Las Vegas - Chef Ramsay Steak

Run by world famous TV personality and accomplished chef Gordon Ramsay, Chef Ramsay Steak is a sleek and stylish restaurant with a high-energy vibe. Since its opening in Paris Las Vegas in 2012, this ultramodern steakhouse boasts a total of 274 seats, including a large bar, a contemporary lounge and two-story main dining area, even offering a chef’s table and private dining rooms. 

Where to Eat In Las Vegas - Lago

Experience the distinct flavors of Italy from Las Vegas at the Lago – Bellagio. The Lago really is little Italy on the Strip, serving wave after wave of Italian inspired small plates in a massive and beautifully designed space.  

Where to Eat In Las Vegas - Black Tap Vegas

Black Tap Vegas is the Las Vegas location of an New York City based restaurant known for its delicious burgers and over-the-top milkshakes. Located in the Venetian, directly next to the Venetian's poker room, this casual restaurant features multiple private dining rooms and indoor and outdoor seating for up to 220 guests with standing room for 400 more.  

Where to Eat In Las Vegas - Secret Pizza in Cosmopolitan

Secret Pizza is a New York-style pizza place in Las Vegas with a casual feel. There's no signage in the front, hence the name, so it is easy to miss if you are walking by.

Where to Eat In Las Vegas - Momofuku

Momofuku Las Vegas is one of their flashiest restaurant locations. Being in the Cosmopolitan, this large and hip space adds Vegas flair to the Momofuku culture.

Where to Eat In Las Vegas - Mon Ami Gabi

Mon Ami Gabi is a charming French bistro and steakhouse located beneath the Eiffel Tower of Paris Las Vegas. Walking distance to T-Mobile Arena, home to one of Las Vegas’ biggest draws, the Vegas Golden Knights of the NHL,

Where To Eat In Las Vegas - STK

There are few places in the world that offer as many high-end restaurants as Las Vegas. When you think of fine-dining on the Strip, one restaurant stands above the rest – STK Las Vegas. Located in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, this hip and lively restaurant and lounge captivates its guests with its ultramodern setting and its award winning food. A new-style steakhouse, STK Las Vegas offers an inspired-menu from Executive Chef Stephen Hopcraft, who you may recognize from TV’s “Top Chef”.

Where To Eat In Las Vegas - Shake Shack

An honorable mention for the best food-spot in Las Vegas has to go to Shake Shack. Not just any Shake Shack, but the Shake Shack inside of T-Mobile Arena specifically. Can you think of a more satisfying meal to get during a hockey game than a famous Shack Stack? At Elite Sports Tours, we definitely can’t think of much that could top that.
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