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French
Paradise
17 reviews
Great care was taken in choosing and combining ingredients, to create not fuss but both surprise and a sense of rightness. — Frommer's
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Japanese
13 reviews
Raku, the Japanese grill specializing in robata and oden cooking, which has also been nominated for a number of James Beard awards, is well-known to gourmands and chefs. — Departures
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Italian
Paradise
13 reviews
A restaurant coup of epic portions occurred when Guy Savoy chose Las Vegas over New York and San Francisco for his latest U.S. restaurant. — BlackBook
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Italian
Paradise
13 reviews
Ponder the prestigious works of the legendary artist and savor edible masterpieces. $$$$ Open for dinner W-M from 5:30-9:30 pm. — Where
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Italian
Paradise
14 reviews
Thomas Keller serves authentic French country fare modeled after the cuisine served in the original bouchons of Lyon. — Time Out
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European
The Strip
10 reviews
Best to pick an ingredient that strikes you—say, langoustine or Colorado rack of lamb—or opt for one of the tasting menus and trust yourself to the kitchen. — Time Out
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American
Paradise
11 reviews
The centerpiece of this modern-age, sleek-and-chic black, white and metallic gastronomic temple is this monument dedicated to the glory of wine. — Gayot
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Mediterranean
The Strip
11 reviews
Most of the food at Executive Chef Julian Serrano's eponymous restaurant is served tapas-style, so prepare to order a bunch of small plates. — Fodor's
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Italian
Paradise
9 reviews
Steve Wynn decided to create a fine-dining tribute to his friend Frank Sinatra in Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, and happily, this place does justice to Ol’ Blue Eyes. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Paradise
9 reviews
Imagine the pressures of maintaining one of Las Vegas’ favorite steakhouses, night after night, then add the demands of a seafood restaurant where live lobsters are the essential dish. — Las Vegas Weekly
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Buffets
Paradise
10 reviews
The restaurant is the perfect storm of design and cuisine, from its chic décor with floor-to-ceiling blond wood shelves to its innovative menu and equally sleek wine collection. — Forbes Travel Guide
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American
The Strip
10 reviews
Chef Jose Andres is one of the most avant-garde chefs of his generation, yet he manages to translate his whimsy into approachable food for the masses — Frommer's
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Burgers
Paradise
8 reviews
You’ll never go back to McDonald’s again, once you’ve had the burgers at this chic hamburger haven. — Time Out
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American
Paradise
11 reviews
Its stone-accented dining room, vaulted ceiling, upholstered high-back chairs, and good-naturedly obsequious service, make it actually one of the Venetian’s more elegant restaurants. — BlackBook
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Mexican
Paradise
8 reviews
Down the hall at Mandalay: Border Grill continues to get noticed for its deliciously affordable Border Brunch, but there’s action in the evenings as well. — Las Vegas Weekly
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Asian
Paradise
9 reviews
The first Chinese restaurant in the country to be awarded a Michelin star. $$$$ Open for dinner Su-Th, 5:30-9:30 pm; F-Sa, 5:30-10 pm. — Where
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French
Paradise
7 reviews
"Although lower-key, it's still Joël Robuchon" say admirers of this New French "studio" in the MGM Grand. — Zagat
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Burgers
The Strip
9 reviews
The Strip’s largest buffet, set inside Caesar’s Palace, seems to go on for miles and miles. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Paradise
12 reviews
A classy Parisian-style brasserie specializing in steak frites and seafood. $$$ Open Th-Su, 7 am-11 pm; F-Sa, 7 am-midnight. — Where
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Italian
The Strip
9 reviews
The original Le Cirque is legendary because the food is spectacular, and because the service, often led by family patriarch Sirio Maccioni himself, is stellar and welcoming. — Forbes Travel Guide
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