5 of the Best Las Vegas Casino Restaurants

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Las Vegas, the city that never sleeps, is known as a place for gaming, but there are lots of other great things to do in Las Vegas. We have covered some of the best Las Vegas attractions, including some exciting things to do if gaming is not your thing.

There are plenty of alternative attractions on the Strip to keep you entertained, like great places to eat. Casino resorts have opulent hotels, entertainment venues hosting spectacular shows, and some of the finest restaurants in the city.

We will show you five of the best places to enjoy fine dining.

Crush at the MGM Grand
The high-energy atmosphere and non-stop action in the casino at the MGM Grand resort will give you plenty of time to work up an appetite while you go get dealt in at the poker tables and slots. The ultimate challenge for you is whether you hold ‘em or fold ‘em to get one up on the card sharks. In the Crush restaurant, you won’t find sharks on the menu, but you will find some traditional dishes and standout creative dishes. Try a wood-fired pizza, 8oz filet mignon, or sesame-crusted ahi tuna with avocado, followed by a classic New York cheesecake for dessert.

Delmonico at The Venetian
The first on our list is the Delmonico Steakhouse at The Venetian. Well known for its décor and Italian themes, The Venetian resort has one of the best Las Vegas poker rooms for those who enjoy their gaming. Once the stakes have been raised enough, why not try steak of another sort in the Delmonico Steakhouse, where you will find luxury and elegance both in décor and cuisine? Taking its name from the legendary New Orleans institution of the same name, it offers Creole cooking using the finest fresh ingredients. Creekstone Farms; produce comes from naturally raised livestock, adding flavor to their chateaubriand, prime rib eye, and filet mignon steaks. Add a side of potato au gratin, sauteed garlic mushrooms, and Delmonico creamed spinach to top off your meal.

Eiffel Tower in the Paris
This casino is a taste of Paris with Parisian streetscapes, statues, and fountains. Stroll through a quaint French village with painted ceilings and cobbled streets or along Le Boulevard, where you can buy stylish jewelry and clothing. To dine in style, go to the elegant Tower restaurant’s Caviar Bar overlooking the famous Bellagio fountains. Sample the oysters, steak tartare with truffle aioli, or oak-smoked salmon at the caviar and champagne experience. On a to-go menu, you can buy French macaroons, milk or dark chocolates, and whole-roasted coffee beans to give as a gift or treat yourself.

Hells Kitchen at Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace
The casino at Caesars Palace hosted the launch party to celebrate the Formula One Grand Prix returning to Las Vegas. Sporting many gaming tables, you can enjoy all of the usual table games in one of the most prominent casinos on the Strip. When hunger grabs you, Gordon Ramsey's TV-inspired Restaurant Hells Kitchen has a fiery menu with many signature dishes. The chef goes all-in on his beef wellington; the crispy skin salmon or braised short rib are a few of the mouth-watering delights on the main menu, with sides such as macaroni cheese, sprouts, and potato puree.

Otoro at the Mirage

For a culinary surprise, dine on fresh vegetables and exotic seafood, including octopus and Chilean sea bass, at the Otoro. Savor sashimi and nigiri with individual rolls freshly prepared while you wait or tuck into a wagyu steak with Japanese barbecue sauce. Top it with a seaweed salad, some field greens in cucumber and citrus dressing, or kale sauteed in butter with mushrooms. When you have done eating, retire to the Mirage's multiple gaming tables, where you will find games to enjoy. Alternatively, the wall of screens in the main room will ensure you don’t miss any sporting action.

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