From food trucks to exclusive pop-up restaurants, a foodie knows where to find the best eats in town. We follow the latest blogs from around the world to keep up with the latest food trends as well as the classic favorites. Here we share the best of the best on our list of “not-to-miss” eateries in Las Vegas. We want to get your mouth-watering and your mind, body, and soul ready for your next trip to the casino capital of Nevada.
L’Atelier De Joël Robuchon
While Guy Savory and Thomas Keller Bouchon Bistro are some of the top-notch contenders for Michelin star quality meals, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon takes the cake as our not-to-miss chef of Las Vegas. With restaurants in 11 cities worldwide, he’s a name to note in the foodie world. Specializing in French cuisine, expect to find favorites such as Pommes Purée (mashed potatoes), La Caille au Foie Gras (free-range quail stuffed with foie gras), and Le Rumsteack en Tartare et ses Frites à L’ancienne (steak tartar).
Bringing it back to the affordable American eatery, Burger Bar is one of the best in Las Vegas. If you’re craving a quick meal, good prices, and unforgettable taste, find it just off The Strip in Mandalay Place. Make your own burger or choose one of the Chef’s Choice! Add a do-it-yourself milkshake or stick to the “chef-knows-best”. You can make it virgin or alcoholic, and for beer lovers, try a float to top off your dining experience!
Via Brasil Steakhouse
For those of you with a craving for a healthy serving of meat, a Brazilian steakhouse is a must. Expect quality products and service at affordable prices when you dine at the Via Brasil Steakhouse. Servers carve the meat, fish, or chicken at the table in order for guests to have the real Brazilian steakhouse experience.
Craving some authentic Italian pizza? We’ve got the place for you. Just outside Las Vegas center in the suburbs of Green Valley, Settebello Pizzeria serves Neapolitan pizza made in a 950-degree wood-fired oven. They use the most basic ingredients, yet serve up magic in every bite.
The taste of India has been captured in Origin India, a new venue introducing Indian food with modern swag featuring traditional flavors in dishes such as saag gosht (lamb with spinach), traditional tandoor and vegetarian options. Origin India also features a daily cocktail hour from 5-7 pm.
Mixing Chinese flavors with a Mexican punch, China Poblano is where you’ll find these wild flavors in Las Vegas. Chef Jose Andres combines flavors in dishes such as the “Viva China” tacos with soft beef tendon, Kumamoto oysters, and Sichuan peppercorn sauce. You’ll discover ceviche and even dim sum all in one restaurant.
With close to 40 million visitors every year, the city thrives not only with the famous casinos but also the seemingly infinite restaurants, pubs, bars, and food trucks. At Native of the North we hope to make your search easier and your stomach happy on all of your travels
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