5 Restaurants In Vegas You’ve Got To Try

Planning a trip to Vegas? You have a long list of activities to choose from, whether you want to relax by the pool or experience the nightlife. Still, as you plan your ideal Vegas vacation, you may not know about some of the best spots the city has to offer, especially when it comes to the food. 

5 Restaurants In Vegas You've Got To Try
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When you think of Las Vegas, the nightlife, the Strip, or even the shopping might come to mind. 

While Vegas might not be a culinary destination compared to places like New York or Paris, the city is full of wonderful restaurants, and it’s building a reputation for great food. 

From steakhouses founded by celebrity chefs to hole-in-the-wall spots, here are the best places in Vegas to grab a bite. 

How To Find Great Vegas Restaurants 

The places on this list are a few of the delicious spots around Vegas. If you are looking for other options or specific kinds of cuisine, feel free to do more research. 

You can also check out guides from local Vegas experts to get recommendations. 

Finally, reach out to people in your network, such as family, friends, and social media connections, to see what they recommend. You might discover a new favorite that isn’t even on the radar.

Honey Salt

Honey Salt is an excellent pick if you want to get away from the Strip for a more down-to-earth experience. It’s a farm-to-table experience that uses local ingredients. They offer a wide range of dishes, from pork chops to pasta to salads.

Plus, weekends offer brunch with bottomless drinks. What could be better after a weekend of Vegas partying than that? 

Kumi At Mandalay Bay

Vegas has many great places to eat. You can check out lesser-known spots away from the Strip or stick to the resorts. When looking to eat inside a Vegas Strip hotel, you can’t go wrong with Kumi at Mandalay Bay. Created by award-winning chef Akira Back, this restaurant specializes in Japanese/Korean/American fusion cuisine. Some of the top dishes include jidori chicken and sushi. You’ll love the combination of cuisines, even if you’ve never tried this mix in the past. 

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

Want to experience a restaurant created by a celebrity chef? Vegas is one of the best places to do just that. José Andrés collaborated with Candace Ochoa when building this steakhouse. Along with more traditional fare, you can enjoy fine dining dishes such as caviar, foie gras, and Kobe beef.

Esther’s Kitchen

There are few things more American than a diner. If you want one of the best diner experiences in Vegas, Esther’s Kitchen, located in the Arts District, is perfect. You can get traditional diner fare along with vegetarian options and pizza. Esther’s is also an ideal stop if you want a family-friendly place. 

Me Gusta Tacos

Trying to pick just a couple of Mexican restaurants in Vegas to visit is a difficult task. Still, if you want an affordable, delicious spot, you can’t go wrong with Me Gusta Tacos. They have many classic Mexican dishes, but they also offer Asian fusion options. You also will be satisfied by the intimate feel of this spot.

While these five choices are just the tip of the iceberg, they are all worth visiting at least once.

Need more recommendations for Vegas restaurants? This list is worth checking out. Or, if you have suggestions, share them with us. 

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