Las Vegas is home to some of the finest dining in the world
The most romantic restaurants in Las Vegas work a little magic. Soft lights. Warm music. And the hypnotic ability to make any night, even a Tuesday, seem specially made for two.
Las Vegas itself is part of the atmosphere. Because our anything-might-happen-and-usually-does Vegas vibe only adds to the excitement of a special night.
And since Vegas restaurants tend to seem more like movie sets than restaurants, the drama is heightened even more. Engagement rings have been revealed under covered trays, frozen in ice cubes and buried in crème brûlée. If you’re going to pop the question, Las Vegas is your wingman, always there to help bring the drama.
The views in Vegas restaurants are often spectacular, too. Las Vegas, of course, is known for its shimmering nights. After nightfall, terra cotta buildings and pale blue skies give way to a diamond-encrusted darkness. Las Vegas, it’s claimed, is the brightest spot on the planet. It can also be the most romantic.
Chef Charlie Palmer’s vision for Aureole began in New York, and was so well-received that he chose Vegas for the second version in 2009. Since then, Aureole has been bestowed with all the top awards from Four Diamonds to Michelin Stars.
The restaurant features a seasonal menu which reflects Chef Palmer’s innovative stamp on American cuisine. You’ll also find rare French and American wines that live in a four-story cellar.
Located within The Venetian, Bouchon forgoes the Italian theme of the hotel in favor of traditional French country cuisine. The menu is adjusted by the seasons, and also features a raw bar and plenty of wines.
Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio has restaurants all over the country, and his love of steakhouse cuisine makes a strong showing at craft steak in the MGM Grand.
Wolfgang Puck’s Los Angeles steakhouse comes to The Palazzo Resort as a AAA Four-Diamond Award winner and widely regarded as one of the country’s finest chop houses. Cut offers juicy steaks and stiff drinks, all with Puck’s attention to quality.
If you were to Google contemporary Chinese cuisine, the Chinese government would block your attempt. But if you took out a dictionary and looked it up you would find a picture of Fin. Located in the Mirage, Fin specializes in traditional Chinese food with exciting infusions.
In Las Vegas, a city which has become known as a world-class dining destination, Robuchon stands out among the best with his eponymous restaurant inside the MGM Grand. A long list of awards tells the tale of the food here, but the décor stands up to the competition as well.
An indoor dining terrace has a beautiful garden and a living wall that encompasses the tables. As you enter, you experience the smells of an outdoor garden but within the controlled environment of the resort.
These are just a few of the many, many options you have for fine dining in Las Vegas. You will never go hungry.