Where to Eat in Las Vegas

Most of the casino hotels on the Las Vegas strip boast a number of high class restaurants providing a range of cuisines from classic American to Mediterranean to Japanese. Many are located on higher levels meaning they have fantastic views of Las Vegas as well as exquisite food, but be sure to book your table well in advance if you want to enjoy the view. Here are a few great places to celebrate your engagement.

The Eifel Tower Restaurant is, as the name suggests, on the 11th floor of the Paris Las Vegas replica Eifel Tower. Serving high quality French cuisine, in modern art deco surroundings, with a fabulous view of the strip and the Bellagio fountains, this restaurant is hard to beat for romance.

The Top of the Word Restaurant in the Stratosphere tower takes gourmet cuisine to a whole new level. Being the only revolving restaurant in Las Vegas, and being able to dine 844 feet up in the air should be enough for a memorable experience, but the food also happens to be fantastic.

Alizé on the 56th floor of the Palms casino and resort is a perfect place for foodies to indulge their love of fine food. Their contemporary French cuisine, their extensive wine list, and their fabulous cognac collection combine with the view to create a night to remember.

The Ranch Steakhouse on the 24th floor of the West Tower is ideal for those old romantics looking for a touch of vintage Vegas. From the service and the decor to the chicken fried lobster and the 21 ounce Porterhouse steaks, this little gem is certainly classic Las Vegas.

Bertolotta at the Wynn hotel is an incredibly romantic location, particularly if you eat outside in one of the private cabanas surrounded by a shimmering lagoon. Enjoy the Italian coastal cuisine which features seafood and shellfish flown in daily from the Mediterranean.

Olives at the Bellagio is a fabulous setting to watch the fountains in action if you’re lucky enough to get a patio seat. The restaurant offers a Mediterranean style experience and the menu features house-made pastas, steaks, rotisserie dishes, and brick oven pizzas.

Shibuya at the MGM Grand has consistently been voted the best Japanese restaurant in Las Vegas and boasts the ultimate sushi and Teppanyaki experience with traditional and modern Japanese cuisine. They also have an extensive sake collection including three exclusive private labels.