Having got back from Las Vegas last month, I’m already planning ahead for my next visit! I will be heading back to Vegas next year for GTC 2016 and I thought it would be good to share some of the restaurants I have yet to visit – It’s also a good reminder for me next year!
Although I’ve been to Las Vegas a fair few times there are just so many places to visit it is impossible to visit them all! When I go back it’s nice to visit some of the favourites as well as explore new places. Here is my list of restaurants I would love to test out in the future!
Mon Ami Gabi
I almost made it here this year but it wasn’t quite to be! Based outside the Paris hotel it is opposite the Bellagio fountains which I filmed on my recent trip. I can imagine on an evening it is wonderful to watch the fountains from across the street. I would also like to sit outside for lunch (if the weather isn’t too hot). When I looked at the menu it is French themed and also reasonably priced – A win, win!
Top of The World
This is a revolving restaurant at the top of The Stratosphere right at the top of the strip. Having eaten at Voodoo Steakhouse which is at the top of The Rio I know the view will be amazing and I also heard they do great steak too!
Another steakhouse I would love to try and enjoy a romantic evening is Prime, which overlooks the Bellagio Fountains and has outdoor seating. When I was researching places to eat before my trip Prime came up again and again!
Gordon Ramsey Burgr
A fellow Brit Gordon Ramsey’s Burgr always has a big queue! I have been to some great burger places in Las Vegas – My favourites being Guy Fieri’s restaurant and Burger Bar at Mandalay Bay. I would love to try Gordon’s take on a truly American classic and see what he comes up with! Burgr is at Planet Hollywood, when I stayed there for a few nights I didn’t have time to try it!
For something different I would love to go to Julian Serrano’s tapas restaurant at The Aria. This would be great to visit with a few friends and try a some different dishes. I spent a few evenings in the Aria on my last trip so it would be nice to go back there!
Another burger place is Shake Shack. I walked past this and a few new restaurants outside New York New York in my final hours in Las Vegas. Again, I’ve heard good things about Shake Shack so I would like to see for myself. I believe they are in London now so I may not have to wait until my next Vegas trip to visit!
I have been to the Mix Bar at the top of Mandalay Bay a couple of times and the view is spectacular once night falls – Although on my last visit there was a sandstorm as you can see from this picture! We had to leave early due to a private event and so we left through the restaurant and it looked stunning, I filmed a little bit of it on this vlog! I would love to try a meal here as I bet it’s delicious.
I’ve never been to a buffet in Las Vegas but if I was going to I would go to Wicked Spoon in The Cosmopolitan. When ever I search for best restaurants this always comes up. My only concern with buffets is knowing when to stop if the food is delicious!
I love Mexican food and do my best to get as much I can when I visit America because it’s so much better than in the UK! When ever I search Mexican food in Las Vegas the Mesa Grill comes up every time. The website states it is southwest food and when you look at the menu it looks too good to miss on my next visit to Caesars Palace!
I’m a sucker for a good view when I’m eating and when researching where to eat in Las Vegas Giada at The Cromwell came up – Described as having a great view of the strip and delicious Italian food this sounds like a place I need to try!
So there you have it 10 restaurants in Las Vegas I would like to visit! This is by no means comprehensive and I am sure there are many more which I want to go to. I am already looking forward to going back and tasting some good food!
Have you visited any of the restaurants on this list? Where do you recommend in Las Vegas?! Share below!