Whether you’re a resident of Las Vegas or just visiting for the weekend, the eateries in the city of lights are nothing less than exquisite. From tasty steak to finely-crafted sushi rolls and everything in between, the city has something to offer people of all tastes and backgrounds. Here are five restaurants in Las Vegas that should be on your bucket list. Visit one of these fine establishments today and learn why Las Vegas is home to some of the best food in the world.
1. Greene St. Kitchen
If you find yourself at the Palms Casino Resort, you’ll want to take some time to visit the famous Greene St. Kitchen. Headed up by executive chef Joe Zanelli, this unique Soho-inspired restaurant will leave you feeling satisfied and awed with its incredible food selection and fine ambiance. The rooms are covered in graffiti, giving the Las Vegas restaurant a true one-of-a-kind feel.
You can hit the fully-functioning arcade first, and then find yourself seated to enjoy the sprawling menu offered at Greene St. With 5,000 square feet to spare, you’ll find no lack of space to enjoy yourself at Greene St., and the menu offers choices for every palette. Whether you’re looking for lobster platters, plant-based favorites, sushi, or an ultimate burger, you’ll find it on the Greene St. menu.
You can also book the restaurant for private events, so you’ll have the entire kitchen and floor to yourself! Don’t want an entire plate to yourself? Order a shared plate for a tasty and sharable entree.
Inspired by the works of the famous artist, Pablo Picasso, this five-star rated Las Vegas restaurant is a truly high-class destination. With over 1,500 wines to choose from, an expansive French restaurant actually features some of Picasso’s classic works. And yes, they’re originals! Picasso at the Bellagio is a must-see for tourists and residents alike, but don’t forget to bring your checkbook!
The food is some of the best in the city, if not the country, and it’s not cheap. From roasted Maine Lobster to seared scallop, your taste buds will be taken for quite the ride through something unfamiliar but satisfying. The Picasso is home to many awards as well, including “Outstanding Restaurant” and a five-star rating from Forbes’ travel guide.
3. Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas
Everyone knows who Gordon Ramsay is; the famous (or infamous?) chef has made waves both on television and with his own restaurants, of which he owns or has inspired close to forty worldwide. Opened in 2012, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas has been wowing crowds for nearly seven years now. If the restaurant’s tenacity is anything like its namesake, it won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.
Whether you’re looking for a triple seared Japanese a5 Kobe or a roasted beef wellington, Gordon Ramsay provides with style and the flair his restaurants and personality are famous for. The restaurant has accumulated numerous accolades since its opening in 2012 and continues to be one of the best steakhouses in Las Vegas. With a household name like Gordon Ramsay, it’s no wonder this Vegas steakhouse is among the best of the best.
4. Pizza Rock
If you love pizza (who doesn’t?) Pizza Rock must be on your bucket list. You’ve never experienced pizza quite like this! Pizza Rock Vegas takes its pizza very seriously. You won’t find any greasy, conventional oven-baked pies here. Only the best of the best is served at Pizza Rock, and with vaulted ceilings, reclaimed wood interior design, and a semi-truck on the floor, you’ll know you aren’t at your typical pizza shop as soon as you walk through the door.
Does your favorite pizza shop have a cocktail bar, beer on tap, or 5-9 pizza ovens? Wood-fired ovens give the Pizza Rock pizza a unique taste. If you’re looking for something a bit more adventurous, the Pizza Romana is a three-foot pizza that comes in three sections; nearly three pizzas in one.
The New Yorker style pizza has won the “Best Pizza in the World” in Las Vegas. At Pizza Rock, you’ll never want for flavor or atmosphere. Whether there’s a DJ spinning or the radio playing, the one-of-a-kind pizza shop is a must-see for residents and tourists alike.
5. Yui Edomae
If you have a taste for high-end sushi, then Yui Edomae is your go-to in Las Vegas. This sushi spot focuses on traditional Japanese service, revolutionizing the sushi experience in Las Vegas. This isn’t your typical hole-in-the-wall sushi spot. Here, you’ll find excellent service, expert craftsmanship, and a truly unique ambiance you won’t get anywhere else.
Unbelievably pristine cuts of fish are flown in weekly straight from Japan, making for the ultimate authentic experience. Chef Gen Mizoguchi takes his sushi very seriously, and your taste buds will be ever so grateful for his dedication. You can opt for the upgraded menu, which features an eight-course offering for when you’re really hungry! Even the sake is hand-made by Mizoguchi himself, aged almost thirteen months before it’s ever served. How’s that for traditional service?
If you want the best sushi experience you’ve ever had, you simply can’t do better than Yui Edomae. Located at 3460 Arville St. Suite #HS, the restaurant is convenient and features easy parking options for the busy location. Take a trip today and learn how sushi is supposed to be prepared.