The Best Fine Dining in Las Vegas
Anyone who loves to travel can find numerous outlets for their obsession. But why pick one destination that may fall short in some specific categories when you can land in one spot that covers virtually every base?
That one stop would be none other than Las Vegas, Nevada.
From the bright lights of The Strip to the casinos, Vegas literally has everything tourists could want. They also have amazing restaurants that appease even the more die-hard foodie out there.
Whether you’re a Vegas veteran or you’re planning your first trip to Las Vegas, here’s a solid list of four jaw-dropping eateries to get you started:
Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres
There is an endless list of amazing Vegas eateries and you can rank them in any order you’d like. Your list should probably include Bazaar Meat, however, as the Jose Andres engine is one of the best steakhouses (named Top 5 by Fox News) in the United States and may rank #1 in Vegas.
Great customer service and a beautiful restaurant marry unique dishes featuring a variety of delectable meats. Bazaar Meat is high-end both in price, ambiance and food quality and won’t leave hungry visitors disappointed.
More in the mood for French cuisine? Hit up the Bardot Brasserie, which offers brilliant cocktails, exceptional customer service and elegant dishes.
This warm brasserie is inviting in terms of ambiance and offers one of the best brunches in Vegas. Renowned chef Michael Mina brings you classic French meals with his own special twist on popular dishes like Eggs Benedict, French Toast and Steak & Eggs.
The Maine Lobster Scramble and Bardot Breakfast offer vibrant breakfast dishes, but the Bardot Brasserie is just as well known for their savory dinner menu and one of the best wine collections in all of Vegas.
Fine meat eateries and French cuisine are always worth checking out, but Kabuto’s offering of delicious, authentic sushi is certainly a spot you’ll want to visit.
Easily one of the best sushi spots in the U.S. – and possibly the best in Vegas – Kabuto showcases a delightful 10-seat bar and a surprisingly spacious table room. The ambiance is pleasant and anchored by friendly customer service and the up-close-and-personal seating by the itamae.
While you shouldn’t expect an intense exchange with the chef, it’s still a fun experience and only adds to the plethora of seafood samplings visitors get to enjoy. Sushi isn’t for everyone, but Kabuto does it at an extremely high level and is arguably the best in Vegas.
If you’re looking for something a bit more mainstream and not so concentrated, consider the steak and seafood options at the famous Jean-Georges Steakhouse.
Steakhouses are a dime a dozen in Vegas and virtually anywhere in the U.S., but Jean-Georges Steakhouse offers elite service and amazing dishes.
Take on staples like the Ribeye or try a Chilean Sea Bass. Whatever you select from the menu at Jean-Georges Steakhouse, you can expect it to be cooked to perfection. This isn’t a cheap spot, but it’s stuck around on the Aria’s second floor for good reason.
You’ll want to fill up on the delicious bread, but that’d be a disservice to your taste buds and wallet. Save room for the beautiful seafood displays and all the meat your heart can handle.
The list of Las Vegas fine dining spots is endless. You can tack on more genres, cite other well-known chefs and puff up loads of other eateries that deserve a mention.
But this is supposed to be about the best Las Vegas has to offer.
You’re going to want to stretch your neck while in Vegas. The line of restaurants worth checking out is long and worth researching. However, starting with this elegant and delicious four-pack is a great sampler you won’t soon forget and certainly won’t regret.