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STK - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
1. STK - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
4.6
5282 reviews
$$$$
Steakhouse | The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasBooked 124 times todayExcellent as always!!
Zuma Restaurant - Las Vegas
2. Zuma Restaurant - Las Vegas
4.7
856 reviews
$$$$
Japanese | The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasBooked 55 times todayEverything was amazing... especially the ribeye, calamari, and cod
Sushi Roku - Las Vegas
3. Sushi Roku - Las Vegas
4.7
3074 reviews
$$$$
Japanese | Forum Shops at CaesarsBooked 68 times todayHighly recommend the Chilean Sea Bass!!!
Jardin – Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
4. Jardin – Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
4.7
1163 reviews
$$$$
Contemporary American | Wynn Las Vegas and EncoreBooked 44 times todayA beautiful restaurant with great food and fantastic service (Sean). They offer a $42 three course dinner or you can order from a small menu. Definitely worth the trip if your staying elsewhere.
Honey Salt - Las Vegas
5. Honey Salt - Las Vegas
4.6
1433 reviews
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American | SummerlinBooked 53 times todayLovely evening of delicious

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Second only to gambling the world’s most recognizable gaming destination, restaurant culture in Las Vegas is loud and proud. A popular outpost for Food Network stars’ restaurant offshoots or New York and Los Angeles restaurateurs looking for space and an eager audience, Las Vegas has been a real player on the culinary scene for years, despite its landlocked situation (unsustainable though it may seem, fish abounds.) In addition to the glitzy big names of casino restaurants, the city off-the-strip is dotted with strip malls many of which have become food destinations of their own. Whether its regional thai or better sushi than you ever thought could be served in the desert, the world is your, figurative, oyster in Vegas.

Second only to gambling the world’s most recognizable gaming destination, restaurant culture in Las Vegas is loud and proud. A popular outpost for Food Network stars’ restaurant offshoots or New York and Los Angeles restaurateurs looking for space and an eager audience, Las Vegas has been a real player on the culinary scene for years, despite its landlocked situation (unsustainable though it may seem, fish abounds.) In addition to the glitzy big names of casino restaurants, the city off-the-strip is dotted with strip malls many of which have become food destinations of their own. Whether its regional thai or better sushi than you ever thought could be served in the desert, the world is your, figurative, oyster in Vegas.

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