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French
Paradise
17 reviews
One of the world's greatest chefs, Joël Robuchon has come to epitomize fine, French cuisine. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Italian
Paradise
13 reviews
Picasso, with its stunning view of the Fountains of Bellagio, is by far one of the most elegant and awe-inspiring dining rooms in the world. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Italian
Paradise
13 reviews
The classics—such as his famous truffle artichoke soup and guinea fowl—are still here, and you can still ask for the traditional Guy Savoy experience. — Condé Nast Traveler
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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
14 reviews
Gifted chef-restaurateur Thomas Keller... opened a Bouchon restaurant atop The Venetian's Venezia Tower on the Strip. — Gayot
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American
Paradise
11 reviews
Capped with a "spectacular" tower that slinkily clad "wine angels" scale "like mountain climbers" to obtain your vino, über-chef Charlie Palmer's "stunning" New American at Mandalay Bay. — Zagat
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Italian
Paradise
9 reviews
"Start spreading the news" – you'll feel "like Ol' Blue Eyes himself" at this "elegant" Italian in the Encore. — Zagat
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Buffets
Paradise
10 reviews
"It's impossible to get a bad meal" at San Francisco chef Michael Mina's "exceptional" New American in the Bellagio. — Zagat
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European
The Strip
10 reviews
Pierre Gagnaire’s sleek dining room overlooking CityCenter changes its entire menu four times a year. — Las Vegas Weekly
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Mediterranean
The Strip
11 reviews
Chef Julian Serrano stretches the normal boundaries of small plates, featuring both traditional and innovative interpretations of Spanish fare — Where
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American
The Strip
10 reviews
There's also an extensive raw bar, with such comparative rarities as Florida stone crab in season, sea urchin, or geoduck, as well as caviar flights. — Fodor's
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American
Paradise
11 reviews
Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse is best known for his talent with Creole cuisine, and at Delmonico he brings this influence to the steakhouse concept. — Forbes Travel Guide
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French
Paradise
7 reviews
No surprise here: The cuisine is all French, and signature dishes include a langoustine fritter with basil pesto and free-range quail stuffed with foie gras. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Mediterranean
The Strip
11 reviews
Fine Greek cuisine, with an emphasis on seafood. $$$ Open for lunch daily from noon-3:45 pm; dinner Su-Th, 4-11 pm; dinner F-Sa, 4 pm-midnight. — Where
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European
Paradise
12 reviews
Thankfully, "you don't feel like you have to mortgage the house" to enjoy the scenery, "delicious" food or "pleasant" service, and that suits the frequent "crowds" just fine. — Zagat
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Italian
Paradise
12 reviews
Among the first wave of nationwide fine-dining imports to come to Las Vegas, Wolfgang Puck's Spago is still one of the best. — Gayot
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Italian
The Strip
9 reviews
This contemporary French cuisine is rivaled only by its jewel-box setting. $$$$ Open Tu-Su from 5-10 pm. — Where
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American
Paradise
9 reviews
SW Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas rises above and beyond a classic Vegas steakhouse. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Asian
Paradise
9 reviews
Often hailed as the finest Chinese gourmet in the city, this Michelin-rated restaurant serves fresh, authentic dishes in a sleek dining room set inside Wynn Las Vegas. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Paradise
10 reviews
Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's homage to meat, Jean Georges Steakhouse at ARIA, stands out by featuring cuts from all over the world, including Japan, Argentina and Uruguay. — Forbes Travel Guide
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