Las Vegas is a city for gamblers, yes, and it’s a city for revelers too, but it is also a city for people who like to eat and who like to eat well when they travel. And they find out where to eat because these restaurants all use SEO in Las Vegas

And it’s not all white tablecloth, five-star fine dining. These establishments do exist in spades, and a handful are worthy of a splurge. For a full weekend of eating, however, we recommend getting off the Strip, too. This is where you’ll find the well-known northern Thai restaurant Lotus of Siam and the old-school steakhouse the Golden Steer. Read on for our pick of what’s hot right now in Las Vegas dining.

Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar

Dark, sultry and indulgent, Bavette’s is what Las Vegas fine dining is all about. Sidle up the bar and pick your poison — old-fashioned, negroni or Old Raj gin martini — before hunkering down for a multi-course meal that ought to be begin with oysters or something else from the raw bar.
After a taste of the sea, it’s time to turn your attention to the section of the menu titled “Le Boeuf.” Here you’ll find a selection of USDA Prime cuts from a dry-aged bone-in New York Strip to filet mignon. The former needs no enhancements, but consider adding a peppercorn crust or roasted bone marrow to the latter. Enlist the help of your second stomach when it comes time to order dessert: Hot Fudge Sundae Royale is recommended.

Giada

Putting a California spin on her Italian cuisine, Giada De Laurentiis’s spot on the second floor of The Cromwell casino and boutique hotel, has been dishing up old-world (but with a nod toward healthier preparations) Italian family favorites since it opened in 2014. The welcoming dining area and lounge treats guests to a spectacular view of the Bellagio’s fountains and Caesars Palace.
The dinner menu encourages family-style ordering — the cacio e pepe bucatini and Italian fried chicken cacciatore are not to be missed. But diners who prefer the one-plate per person route can happily nosh on a bowl of spaghetti with mascarpone cheese, lemon and basil, followed by seared scallops dressed in a golden raisin-caper sauce.
For dessert, there are a couple of sublime options, but a must-order for the table are Giada’s signature lemon ricotta cookies.

Best Friend / Eataly

Inside the Park MGM (it’s so hot right now), there are two of Vegas’s greatest right next door to each other. The cuisines, though divergent, are casual yet idyllic iterations of their respective locales — Los Angeles’s Korean – Mexican street food and Italy’s supremacy at making simple ingredients unforgettable.
At the former, chef Roy Choi’s Best Friend, expect an excellent show without too much artifice, and a soupcon of hipster (their go-cups are enviable). Standouts are the kimchi fried rice, the mesmerizing kogi short rib tacos and the caviar tostadas, because why not.
Just outside the door, the Italian food hall Eataly, which is next-to-impossible to navigate in cities like New York and Chicago, gets the air it deserves. Diners can wander and select from the six counters that make up Cucina del Mercato without feeling like they’re about to get trampled. Or book a table at meat-focused Manzo or keep it classic at deceptively simply La Pizza & La Pasta, which serves, well, you know.

Eggslut

ike many Las Vegas eateries, Eggslut isn’t exclusive to Sin City. The breakfast mainstay began in California and now counts a Kuwait location among its members, but in no way does this mean visitors to Vegas should overlook it. In fact, short of subjecting yourself to a pricey IV- hydration treatment following a late night out on the Strip, there’s no better cure for the common hangover.
Eggslut may have risen to popularity through its specialty simpled called “slut” (a cage-free coddled egg on top of a smooth potato purée, poached in a glass jar, topped with gray salt and chives, and served with slices of baguette), the real winner here is more classic. Eggslut’s bacon, egg and cheese — comes on a buttery brioche roll and includes a smattering of chipotle ketchup, giving the rich breakfast sandwich a welcome hit of juicy acid. As far as breakfast sandwiches go, this one is tops.