Sharing some of my favorite places to dine in Vegas.
Downtown Las Vegas
Downtown Vegas has really transformed. You can zipline down Fremont Street under a canopy of lights, visit the Container Park, learn our history at the Mob Museum, and dine dine dine. Here are a few of the local favorites.
MTO Café — there is now one in Summerlin too – YAY! Great comfort food.
On Main Street across from the City Building. MTO Café
Le Thai — great Thai food on Fremont Street.
Can be a long wait but worth it! Le Thai
Eat — make sure you checkout their hours. Breakfast and lunch only. Cute atmosphere and a great local story behind this place.
Off Carson, easy parking on the street if you go there for breakfast. EAT Downtown Las Vegas
Pinches Tacos — these folks do tacos right and the Downtown Container Park is a must see.
Off Fremont Street, easy parking on the street. Family fun in the daytime and adult fun at nite. Pinches Taco
There is so much great dining in Vegas. Every hotel has a top chef restaurant offering. Lot’s of choices. To me when you are here it’s all about the view when you are dining Center Strip. Here are some of the top spots – IMO. Make sure you call for reservations and tell them you want a seat with a view.
Sushi Roku — their plating is amazing! Go at night and get a great view of the Strip. Located in the Forum Shops at Caesars.
Reservations for sure at this one. Sushi Roku
Mon Ami Gabi – classic French Bistro dining in the Paris Hotel & Casino. You will think you are in Paris. Great for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Go at night and watch the fountains at Bellagio from your table. Mon Ami Gabi
Voodoo Steakhouse – great creole inspired steak place. You can not beat the views from the top of The Rio anywhere in town.
Totally worth leaving Center Strip to check out the views. Voodoo Steakhouse at Rio
Off Strip Local Favs
Baguette Café — run by the sweetest man you will ever meet in your life. Great great story behind this place.
Way off the Strip with excellent food. Baguette Cafe Facebook page
Bob Taylors Ranch House – now this is a steak house. It has been in Vegas for years and one of the best kept secrets around.
Any good cabbie or limo driver will know how to get you here. Bob Taylor’s Ranch House
Divine Café – moved to the Springs Preserve a while back. Great history about our town at the Preserve, close to downtown.
Their sweet potato tots with sauce is addictive. Divine Café