Top 5 Las Vegas Fine Dining Picks
Fine Dining Las Vegas – Our Top Five Picks
Thirty years ago, the culinary scene in Las Vegas was not up to international – or even domestic – standards. Cheap buffets, greasy pizza slices and $5 prime rib was the best that one could hope for after hitting the slots.
Now, thanks to a huge influx of Las Vegas condo buyers and a higher class of visitor, the dining options are fantastic. Nowadays, people head to Sin City for the restaurants as much as they do for the extravagant shows and the world class entertainment options.
No matter what kind of grub you’re in the mood for, Las Vegas has food from around the globe. Whether you are in the mood for fresh sushi, proper Italian fare or delicious Thai food, the restaurants in Vegas have you covered. Here are just a few of our favorites.
In the mood for French? Michael Mina’s new French brasserie has will make you feel like you are strolling through Paris. Modern versions of classic bistro fare come accompanied by champagne and (optional) bottomless rose. If you really want to try something special, you should head to Bardot Brasserie for its decadent brunch. Located in CityCenter, this restaurant is perfectly located for nearby Las Vegas condos, such as the Panorama Towers and the Martin.
Carne is Italian for meat and vino is Italian for wine – put those two together and you have this phenomenal Italian steakhouse. Delicious beef and wonderful win are just two of the specialties – try the pastas and desserts. Owned by celebrity chefs Mario Batali (known to live part time in a Las Vegas condo) and Joe Bastianich, this should not be missed.
Looking for the best Japanese robatayaki in Las Vegas (and maybe even the country)? Head to Raku for Japanese charcoal grilled meat, vegetable and fish skewers. Featuring fresh fish flown in from Tokyo and house made tofu, don’t forget to indulge in some desserts at nearby sister restaurant Raku Sweets.
Joël Robuchon Restaurant
Undeniably the pinnacle of fine dining in Las Vegas, this three Michelin starred restaurant is located on the MGM Casino floor but maintains a calm and quiet feel.
A 16 course tasting menu at Joël Robuchon is a once in a lifetime experience, and it comes with a suitably hefty price tag. You will never eat a meal more decadent and luxurious than this! Thankfully, if you live in a Las Vegas condo, you’ll be able to walk some of it off while heading home!
This Mediterranean seafood restaurant is regarded as one of the best in the world, known for bringing authentic Greek fare to Las Vegas. Milos opened in 2010, and they specialize in fresh fish, octopus, fresh vegetables and homemade Greek yoghurt. Fantastic food does not have to be complicated – the traditional recipes and finest ingredients at Milos will prove to you that the best things in life are the simplest.
Don’t you want to be located within easy reach of these world class dining options? Consider buying or investing in a Las Vegas condo.