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Chang's of Las Vegas
Considered by many as having the best dim sum in the Valley. Excellent menu of Cantonese seafood. Try the hard to find steamed shark fin dumplings and the wonderful egg-custard filled pastries. Two locations on the Strip. About $25.00/person.
3055 Las Vegas Blvd • Tel 702.731.3388
Chang at Bally's Hotel/Casino • Tel 702.739.4111
A wildly intense environment that stuns the senses with architecture and decor. Large portions of super Asian specialties. Try the excellent Szechuan beef which is grilled in a spicy sauce. A cafe adjoins and delights all with a unique conveyor belt that delivers dim sum to those sitting at the bar. $40.00/$25.00 in cafe.
Mandalay Bay • 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.632.7404
Another Wolfgang Puck masterpiece, serving the finest in "New Wave Pacific" cuisine. Menu changes daily. Try the whole sizzling catfish. The cafe is open for lunch and features some super sushi. $28.00+/person.
Forum Shops at Caesars • 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd • Tel 702.737.9700
The Empress Court serves up dinners fit for Chinese kings. Awesome fresh lobster Cantonese. You'll dine with silverware at this award winning, authentic Cantonese restaurant. Make reservations. $50.00/person.
Caesars Palace • 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd • Tel 702.731.7110
The menu may highlight Chinese favorites, but
the real story about the Mayflower is that it features Chinese cuisine with French and Continental influences, making the Mayflower one of Las Vegas’ most cosmopolitan dining experiences. Executive Chef Ming See Woo emphasizes healthy and high quality fresh ingredients. Reservations made be made on the website.
4750 W. Sahara • Tel 702.870.8432
Restaurateur Kevin Wu brings his second restaurant to Vegas. His first is located in Santa Monica, CA. The Hong Kong inspired cuisine here is superb and the decor is subdued, yet stunning. All seafood is selected from live tanks. Lobster, fish and prawns highlight the large menu. For lunch enjoy the best dim sum in Vegas, served from 11a.m. Do ask for the wonderful "3 Fortunes dish." It will knock your
socks off. Also try Wu's "Noodle Asia" eatery, also at The Venetian, next to the sport's book. It features dozens of tasty, pan toasted and wok tossed noodle dishes and it stays open late.
The Venetian • 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.414.1888
Heralded NYC Chef Charlie Palmer and his team prepare some of the finest progressive American cuisine
in the country. The architecture here is phenomenal. There's also a four-story, glass-enclosed tower of wine with a list that could be among the best in the country. Aureole is the only Vegas restaurant to win the Wine Spectator’s “Grand Award.” $70.00/person. Accepts online reservations.
Manadalay Bay - 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.632.7401
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant rises 11 stories above the beautiful Strip and offers unrivaled views through its floor to ceiling walls of glass. This romantic "crown
jewel" of the resorts' restaurants offers appetizers such as Terrine of Foie Gras with marinated figs and Sautéed Escargot with petite ravioli and mushrooms. Such starters prepare the palate for entrees such as Braised Ballotine of Quail en Cocotten and Roasted Rack of Lamb Provencale. Reservations are required at this wonderful eatery. $75.00+. Accepts online reservations.
Paris - 3645 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.948.6937
The famous Brennan family from New Orleans brings their legendary cuisine to Vegas. Do not miss the wonderful Turtle soup and great desserts. $45.00+
Desert Passage at the Aladdin • 3667 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.892.8272
Drai's is a neatly appointed eatery in the basement of the Barbary Coast Hotel. The menu ranges from Italian to southern French. Try the seared jumbo scallops with citrus ginger sauce. Special late night entertainment and menu until 6am. $40.00/person.
Barbary Coast • 3595 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.737.0555
Located in the Four Queens Hotel-Casino in downtown Las Vegas, Hugo’s Cellar offers romantic and elegant dining with exquisite service in a casual setting.
Hugo’s is a traditional Las Vegas gourmet room. The salads are tossed and the desserts are flambéed tableside. In between you can count on expertly prepared steaks, chicken and seafood. Reservations may be made online at the website.
Four Queens • 202 Fremont St
The first spin-off
of arguably the most famous restaurant in the United States. The finest in French food and service. If you go, take your coat and tie or they'll give you one! $55.00+/person.
Bellagio • 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.693.7111
A modern and dramatic restaurant that serves the best of classic, familial and
newer French cuisines. A neat terrace overlooks the Strip. Dinner only. $50+ per person.
The Venetian • 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.414.2220
Mon Ami Gabi
Chef/Owner Gabino Sotelino has created a remarkable restaurant on a Strip known for remarkable reastaurants.
Mon Ami Gabi, “My friend Gabi.” in French, offers diners traditional French bistro fare elevated to the level of delicacy. The steak frites and fruits de mer offered in a variety of styles are exceptional and the beauty and location of the restaurant are tough to beat. Located just above the Strip in the Paris Hotel & Casino, Mon Ami Gabi arguably offers the best views of the Fountains at the Bellagio which is just across the boulevard. The restaurant is open and airy, yet finished in fine dark wood which creates a comfortable club-like feel.
Paris • 3655 Las Vegas Blvd South • Tel 702.944.4224
Bellagio - Tel 702.693-7111
A gorgeous eatery packed full of Picasso art. The menu is prix fixe. The cuisine is French with Spanish influences. $65.00/person.
Bellagio • 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.693.7223
Wolfgang Puck brings American Cuisine with Asian and Mediterranean influences to The Grand Canal Shoppes. The menu changes daily, and features such items as grilled quail with spinach and soft egg ravioli, foie gras terrine with fennel and crispy fried scallion. Also gourmet pizzas, fresh
pastas, and handmade pastries. Both a casual bistro-style cafe along "The Piazza" and an elegant dining room. $19.00/person for lunch. $36.00/person for dinner.
Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian • 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.796.1110
French cuisine with an American flair, cooked up by one
of the most talented chefs in Vegas. Beautiful artwork by Master artist Renoir adorns the walls. A special five-course tasting menu goes for $95.00/person.
The Mirage • 3400 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.791.7223
Good food, good wine, and good service define what "Rosemary's Restaurant" and Chefs Michael & Wendy Jordan are all about. The Las Vegas Review-Journal echoed this claim by naming Rosmary's Restaurant the "Best New Restaurant" in 1999.
Many awards and an expansion have followed. Chef's Michael & Wendy wanted to have a touch of New Orleans charm and the flair of a European bistro reflected in the design of their restaurant. The result is an open floorplan where the guests can capture a glance of each of the adjacent spaces throughout the restaurant. Keep an eye out for a second restaurant said to open in the Rio Hotel & Casino in early autumn 2002. Reservations made be made on the website.
8125 W. Sahara • Tel 702.869.2251
The menu changes daily and highlights Classical French, Asian, and Italian cooking and flavorings. Try the superb pizzas and the desserts. At least $40.00+/person, but less in the cafe that overlooks some of the best people watching in the world!
Forum Shops at Caesars • 3500 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.369.6300
Top of the World
This huge restaurant revolves every 60 minutes over 800 feet above the Strip and offers a memorable view and dining experience. A solid continental menu. Sample the wonderful Chef's Compose Salad and the nifty "Chocolate Stratosphere" dessert. $39.00/person.
Stratosphere • 2000 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.380.7777
Battista´s Hole in the Wall
For 30 years, Battista's has been serving up solid Italian food, amid one of the best and most memorable settings in town. Leave your hotel, try Battista's, and drink all the red or white wine you want with your meal. The cioppino is super! Reservations made be made on the website. Only $23.00/person.
4041 Audrie Lane (across from Bally's) • Tel 702.732.1424
Sit on Bertolini's patio and watch the Forum shopping frenzy, while enjoying solid Italian cuisine. Try the wood-burning oven pizzas and the many pastas. $20.00/person.
Forum Shops at Caesars • 3500 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.735.4663
Bootlegger Bistro Las Vegas
Although the location
(on the South Strip) is new, the Bootlegger Bistro continues the buzz and energy of the “old school.”
Like a crooner in his heyday the restaurant exudes class and personality. The menu welcomes all with Italian specialties tirelessly prepared to Maria Perry’s (Nevada’s First Restauranteur of the Year) demanding specifications. If you yearn for the Vegas of yesteryear, or some of the best traditional Italian cuisine in the Valley, the Bootlegger Bistro will always be solid choice. Reservations may be made on the website.
7700 Las Vegas Blvd South • Tel 702.736.4939
Fresh seafood and the flavors of Venice with wood-fired rotisseries, grills and ovens. Located along The Piazza. $15.00/person for lunch, $26.00/person for dinner.
Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian • 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.733.0070
Exciting Italian food with a Mediterranean flair, served up by an innovative and caring chef. A nicely appointed room with paintings by Tony Bennett and Phyllis Diller. Try the chef's menu. Great pricing, about $22.00/person.
Treasure Island • 3300 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.894.7111
Osteria del Circo
The Maccioni sons of Le Cirque pedigree own and operate this upscale Italian eatery with some swell views of Lake Bellagio. From gourmet pizzas to the finest in pastas and greens, this should be one of the hottest spots in Vegas for some time. Also a great lunch spot. $23.00/person.
Bellagio • 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.693.7111
Piero Selvaggio’s Valentino
Famed LA restaurateur Piero Selvaggio features contemporary Italian, with much of the product imported from Italy. One of the best and most expensive grape lists in town. Also a cafe for lunch. $22.00/person for lunch; $45.00+/person for dinner.
The Venetian • 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.414.3000
Trattoria del Lupo
Wolfgang Puck's first Italian restaurant is a real winner. Its name means "restaurant of the wolf" in Italian. It reminds you of a rustic Milanese piazza, with lots of antiques and unique lighting fixtures. Puck made himself famous with pizzas and you'll find an open, exhibition pizza station at del Lupo. Dinner around $26.00/person.
Mandalay Bay • 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.740.5522
A beautiful Italian Restaurant overlooking the “Garden of the Gods.” The menu offers excellent pizzas, risotto, pastas and fresh seafood. Jazz music is performed nightly from 6 p.m. -midnight. Dinner nightly from 5:30-11 p.m. $22.00/$34.00
Caesars Palace • 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.731.7731
This northern Italian eatery features an affordable wine list. Good salads, pastas and chicken dishes. Open for dinner. $20.00/$27.00.
Aladdin • 3667 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.785.5555
A dramatic eatery that specializes in seafood. Do try the excellent pesto and pasta. Lunch and dinner. $26.00/$40.00+
Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian • 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.414.3500
Javier Barajas, the owner of Lindo Michoacan Restaurante, learned to cook when
his grandparents, Timoteo and Ninfa, sent him to study at the seminary in the Michoacan region of Mexico. Javier spent years mastering the secrets of Michoacan cuisine which he and his family now bring to Las Vegas much to the delight of dining locals and tourists alike. All of the dishes are fiercely authentic as the recipes stay true to the heritage of Michoacan cuisine.
Try the house specialty barbecued goat meat served with fresh tortillas and lime. Lindo Michoacan accepts reservations on their web site.
2655 E. Desert Inn
Habib’s Persian Cuisine
Think “kabob” when you visit this unique restaurant offering one of the best ethnic dining experiences in the valley.
Local restaurant reviewer Muriel Stevens swears by the Tabuli Salad and thinks it’s the best she’s had anywhere. An exottic and beautiful belly dancer often performs in the evening to the delight of all guests, and Habib can be found making table visits to assure his guests enjoy themselves. Reservations made be made on the website.
4750 W. Sahara • Tel 702.870.0860
This is the upscale seafood house from San Francisco. The Tartare of Ahi Tuna appetizer will blow you away, and the porcini-crusted wild Turbot is among the best fresh-fish dishes in Vegas. $40.00/person.
Bellagio • 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.693-7111
Emeril´s New Orleans Fish House
Emeril Lagasse is creating a culinary empire, and Las Vegas is fortunate to be one of his conquests! He cooks and serves the most ingeniously prepared seafood in town. From his Fish House Caesar Salad to the Louisiana Lump Crabmeat Cakes, Emeril's is a
must-visit. You'll need reservations--good luck! $45.00+/person.
MGM Grand • 3799 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.891-7374
Acclaimed chef Cindy Hutson blends flavors from South America, the West Indies, Asia and France on her eclectic menu. She calls it “Cuisine of the Sun.” Wonderful seafood dishes $37.00.
Paris • 3655 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.946-4346
The best selection of seafood in the valley. Large holding tanks prove the freshness. The exhibition kitchen allows you to watch the chefs fillet and fry. Super seafood salads and fresh baked breads. Lobsters from around the world. The best thing about
Buzio's is the price--only around $24.00/person.
Rio Suites • 3700 W Flamingo Rd • Tel 702.252-7777
The Tillerman delivers exactly what discerning diners would expect from an upscale seafood restaurant. Fresh ingredients from around the world are used to create expertly prepared traditional dishes. The fine seafood is complemented by an impressive wine list that offers wide variety of French, German, Italian and American bottles. The different dining areas connote various notes of class and comfort.
2245 E Flamingo Rd • Tel 702.731.4036
Steak & Chops
Bob Taylor’s Ranch House
If you looking for a rugged yet charming restaurant with all the character of an old time cowboy ranch try Bob Taylor's Original Ranch House.
The Rustic wood and stone is right out of the Old West, with wonderful cowboy memorabilia adoring the walls and a classic roaring fireplace. Bob Taylor’s happens to be the oldest steakhouse in Vegas and is well worth the trip off of the Strip to savor both the ambiance and the charred Black Angus steaks.
6250 Rio Vista St. Tel 702.645.1399
Charlie Palmer Steak
Celebrity Chef Charlie Palmer and staff do some great steaks in a beautiful room. Excellent service and an exceptional wine list. Service is crisp and professional. The fresh
Oysters on the Half Shell are one of the best appetizers in the city. All beef is prime grade and aged 21 days. Don’t miss the excellent New York Bone-in Shell steak and the Pepper seared Hanger Steak. The fresh Stuffed Main Lobster is also exceptional, as well as all the side dishes. Do try the many wines by the glass, including Aureole Cuvée - a sparkling wine made exclusively for Charlie Palmer’s Aureole by California’s Iron Horse Vineyards. The Four Seasons is a non-gaming hotel attached
to Mandalay Bay. It’s the only hotel in Vegas to garner the AAA 5 Diamond award. $38.00+/person. Accepts online reservations.
Four Seasons at the Mandalay Bay • Tel 702.632.5123
This is celebrity chef Emeril Lagasses second Vegas restaurant. You'll find top-notch service and some great
The Venetian • 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.414.3737
Gilligan’s Las Vegas Hideaway
This Las Vegas landmark changed its name (formerly the Starboard Tack) and its owner a few years ago, but it still offers great hospitality, and some of the lowest prices on choice steaks and prime rib since its doors originally opened in the 70’s.
Top-notch management and a caring staff serves up some of the best broiled and slightly
charred lobsters in Vegas. A hang out for local celebs - many, including this guide's publisher, have their colorful caricatures on the wall. Try the great lunch, signature potato chips, and wonderful selection of side-dishes. $40.00/person.
Forum Shops at Caesars Palace • 3500 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.732.7256
"Rodizio" rotisserie roasted meats carved tableside. Music and a colorful Brazilian atmosphere. Lunch $15.95 and dinner $24.95/person.
The Mirage • 3400 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.791.7223
Smith & Wollensky
This new steak and chop house out of New York City offers huge portions
and some great appetizers. The Cajun rib-eye is a winner and so is the wine list. $40.00+/person.
3767 Las Vegas Blvd S • Tel 702.862.4100
Entering William B’s is like stepping into a bygone era; a treasured time that valued gentility, congeniality and sociability; a time when good meals were leisurely savored in the friendly confines of cozy, richly appointed dining rooms. The steaks and seafood are all prepared exquisitely and the service is exceptional at this Las Vegas throwback. William B’s conveniently accepts reservations online at their web site.
Stardust 3000 • Las Vegas Blvd S