Restaurants in Las Vegas

50% Off at Parsley Mediterranean Grill

Las Vegas

$16 $8

(96)

Fast and fresh Mediterranean food, such as chicken or steak shawarma, falafel wraps, and salads

50% Off at Maciano's Pizza & Pasteria

Rhodes Ranch

$25 $12.50

(65)

Freshly baked pizzas topped with creamy mozzarella and pastas doused in homemade sauces

Up to 50% Off Island-Themed American Food at Rumbi Island Grill

Las Vegas

$20 $11

(41)

Island-style rice bowls with a choice of protein, sauce, and rice, alongside entrees such as volcano-blackened mahi and luau pork sandwiches

48% Off Asian Fusion Cuisine at 808 Tapas

Peccole Ranch

$40 $21

(133)

Lotus-root nachos topped with ahi-tuna poke, wagyu-style sliders with ginger-wasabi mayo, poached octopus salad, and 20+ sushi rolls

Kahunaville Island Restaurant & Party Bar – Up to 50% Off

Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

$74.46 $39.99

(707)

Flair-style bartenders serve drinks after flipping bottles amid tropical-island decor while guests sip on margaritas and other frozen drinks

43% Off at Pasta Mia West

Las Vegas

$30 $16.99

Northern Italian classics like chicken vesuvio and lasagna bolognese in a restaurant tucked quietly away from the Strip

50% Off at Rocco's New York Italian Deli

Canyon Gate

$12 $6

(84)

Diners choose from pasta entrees such as cheese ravioli, baked ziti, and spaghetti with meatballs or opt for any of the house's Italian fare

50% Off at Toscano Italian Steakhouse

Paradise

$60 $30

Rustic Italian dishes include homemade gnocchi, USDA prime steaks, fresh grilled seafood, and an extensive wine list

Up to 47% Off Teppanyaki Meal at Osaka

Multiple Locations

$75.90 $42

(227)

Chefs display knife tricks as they sear steak, chicken, or ginger pork in front of you at your table's teppan grill

Half Off Indian Cuisine at India Oven

Beverly Green

$30 $15

(58)

Tandoori chicken, fish curry, lamb vindaloo, and other classic Indian dishes

Up to 50% Off Cuban Food at Cafe El Mundo Cubano

Spring Valley

$20 $11

Between bites of tamales and pork steaks and sips of beer and libations, patrons dance to authentic Cuban tunes inside eatery

41% Off Toasted Sandwiches at Quiznos

Multiple Locations

$16 $9.50

Meats, cheeses, and vegetables piled on sandwiches or rolled into wraps crisp and melt when toasted in an oven or on a grill

45% Off at Island Malaysian Cuisine 

Spring Valley

$20 $11

A Malaysian family brings the recipes of their homeland to Las Vegas with an extensive menu that includes tropical fruits and fish

Half Off Soul Food at Dots Southern Kitchen

Las Vegas

$20 $10

Hickory smoked ribs, tender briskets, and crisp fillets of fried catfish paired with soul-food sides such as mac & cheese and collard greens

Up to Half Off at Ocean One Bar & Grille

Miracle Mile Shops, The Strip

$30 $15

(209)

Bar and grill in Planet Hollywood Resort treats guests to filet mignon, grilled salmon, pasta, crabcakes, and potent cocktails

Half Off Breakfast, Lunch, or Brunch at New Day Cafe

New Day Cafe

$15 $7.50

Southwestern and American breakfast & lunch fare, with homemade omelets and pancakes as well as half-pound burgers and signature sandwiches

Half Off at Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill at Harrah's Las Vegas

Las Vegas

$30 $15

Down-home Southern favorites, including po' boys and fried bologna sandwiches; nightly live country music performances

Up to 48% Off Chinese Food at Taste of China

Las Vegas

$25 $13

Expansive menu includes squid hot pot, braised pork belly, stir-fry lamb, and assortment of milk teas and shaved ice

36% Off Brunch at Embers

Las Vegas

$20 $12.75

Upscale American entrees include blueberry ricotta pancakes, filet benedicts with hollandaise, and smoked bacon and ham croissants

Up to 51% Off Gospel Brunch at House of Blues

House of Blues at Mandalay Bay

$111 $56

(902)

Local performers belt out gospel songs selected by Kirk Franklin as audiences clap along and dig into a hearty, Southern-style brunch buffet

Half Off Comfort Food for Two at Mo's Race Day Cafe

Clark

$22 $11

Stop in for a lunch or brunch of comfort food favorites before a race at The Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Half Off Korean Food and Tapas at 21 Restaurant & Lounge

Spring Valley

$30 $15

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Steamed pork served with cabbage on glowing tabletops at an eatery that converts into a club and stays open until 5 a.m.

Up to Half Off Italian Cuisine at Dal Toro Ristorante

The Strip

$60 $35

(230)

Classic Italian dishes with contemporary twists served inside a chic restaurant connected to an exotic car showroom

$11 for Mexican Cuisine at Jalisco Cantina

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

Carne asada with bacon wrapped shrimp as well as al pastor, chorizo & grilled chicken street tacos pair with 100% agave tequila margaritas

Up to 45% Off Japanese Cuisine at Osaka Summerlin

Summerlin

$75.80 $42

(71)

Japanese specialties such as shrimp tempura, chicken teriyaki, and hibachi-grilled scallops and filet mignon served in a lavish dining room

Half Off American Food at Ascar Cafe

Las Vegas

$10 $5

This car-themed restaurant serves up burgers, fried catfish, and chili cheese fries lauded by the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Up to 51% Off Pizza at Windy City Beefs N Pizza

Silverado Ranch

$36.50 $18.99

(22)

It's impossible to miss all the Chicago shout-outs at this restaurant, whether admiring the memorabilia or eating authentic deep-dish pizza

Up to 57% Off Pub Food and Drinks at Aces and Ales Tenaya

Las Vegas

$30 $15

Buffalo wings, barbecue-chicken pizza, and stuffed burgers pair with Lagunitas ale, shiraz, Irish whiskey, or reposado tequila

Half Off French–Inspired Burgers at Burger Brasserie

Paris Las Vegas

$30 $15

(415)

French–inspired burgers with brie and harrisa sauce; filet mignon sandwiches, veggie burgers, and pommes frites inside Paris Las Vegas hotel

Up to 53% Off Italian Food at Bonanno’s New York Restaurant

Las Vegas

$20 $10

(15)

Restaurant brings the flavors of Italy and east-coast Italian to the desert, with pasta from Italy, seafood, pizzas, and outdoor dining

Up to 52% Off at Mezzo Bistro and Wine

Las Vegas

$30 $15

(62)

Fresh fish enhances a menu of hand-rolled meatballs, calamari cut to order, housemade sauces, and wine

53% Off Alcoholic Slushies at Fat Bar

FatBar/ FatBurger

$63.20 $29.99

(220)

50-ounce alcoholic slushies fuel people-watching marathons in an open-air bar that sits on the Strip

Half Off at KGB: Kerry’s Gourmet Burgers

Harrah's Las Vegas - The Strip

$24 $12

(286)

Kerry Simon's gourmet burgers with fixings such as brie, lime-marinated peppers, turkey stuffing, and red pepper aioli; Harrah's location

50% Off Eclectic Bar Food at Mad Matty's Bar & Grill

Mad Matty's Bar & Grill

$24 $12

(9)

Half-pound Angus beef burgers topped with black forest ham or barbecue and bacon, country fried steak, and the well known Prime Rib Special

Up to 52% Off Wine and Tasting Plates at Grape Street Cafe

Summerlin

$47 $23

(475)

Guests choose from 9 wine flights and pair pours with artisanal cheese and fresh fruit or appetizers such as calamari or roasted garlic

Up to 50% Off Barbecue at TC's Rib Crib

Las Vegas

$12 $6

(181)

Louisiana-barbecue joint serves up chicken, brisket, and ribs slathered in secret-recipe barbecue sauce alongside sides from family recipes

Up to 50% Off Italian Cuisine at Gina's Bistro

Spring Valley

$20 $11

(57)

Experienced chefs whip up a menu of handmade pasta, flaky fish fillets, and stuffed chicken

$40 Off Italian Fare at Bacio Italian Cuisine

The Strip

$80 $40

(240)

Pure, simple flavors shine in a menu of traditional Italian dishes served inside a trattoria-style setting at the Tropicana hotel

Johnny Rockets – $6 for Burgers and Shakes

Multiple Locations

$12 $6

(102)

Servers in 1950s-style bowties and paper hats cheerfully dish up chili fries, hand-dipped milkshakes, and 11 kinds of burgers

Up to 73% Off at Wicked Vicky Tavern

The Strip

$85.83 $25

(14)

Choose from dozens of beers to pair with pub snacks such as buffalo wings and crispy calamari, then head to the Riviera's comedy club

Half Off Japanese Cuisine at Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill

Enterprise

$14 $7

(17)

Japanese cuisine such as steamed rice bowls and noodle bowls with wok-stirred fresh veggies

Half Off International Food at Spice Market Buffet

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas

$91.96 $45.98

(1648)

Middle Eastern, Italian, Mexican, and Asian cuisine pair with unlimited glasses of champagne, wine, beer, or soft drinks

Up to 52% Off Food and Drinks at Sugar Factory at Town Square

Town Square Location

$24 $12

(63)

Meals and drinks are a feast for the eyes and the stomach, with bright colors, inventive techniques, and French and Italian touches

50% Off Tapas for Two at Toros Spanish Kitchen & Gaming

Summerlin South

$40 $20

(25)

More than 30 Spanish tapas, including braised oxtail from Navarra and calamari and crabmeat from Catalonia

42% Off Breakfast at Greens and Proteins

Multiple Locations

$12 $6.99

(300)

Multigrain pancakes, housemade turkey sausage, and other healthful versions of classic breakfast dishes

54% Off Veggie Blendz at Berry Blendz

Summerlin

$12.98 $5.99

(35)

Drink with carrots, apples, beets, and limes; green drink with apple, kale, celery, cucumber, lemon, and ginger; sweet almond milk drink

$6 for Hawaiian Food at Braddah's Island Style

Las Vegas

$12 $6

(130)

Fruit-infused salsas amplify the tropical flavors of dishes such as kalua pork tacos or pulehu steak burritos

Up to 57% Off Gourmet Pub Food at Aces & Ales

Sunrise Manor

$30 $15

(136)

Rotating selection of 22 craft beers and gastropub-inspired eats in a bar and music venue owned by a former guitarist for Alice Cooper

Half Off at Teriyaki Boy Healthy Grill

Multiple Locations

$14 $7

(29)

A fusion of Japanese and Chinese food made with no oil or MSG includes steamed veggies and grilled fish, meat, or tofu

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” – Up to Half Off

Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

$99.99 $49.99

(23)
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Celebrated off-Broadway performance of over-the-top nuptials encourages audience interaction

Half Off Pizza Dinners at Deli Pizza Cafe

Enterprise

$35.30 $17.50

Cheesy 14-inch pizzas piled with toppings and complemented by an antipasto or tossed salad and soda

Papa John's – Up to 51% Off Pizza

7300 North Aliante Parkway

$20.48 $11

Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from vine-ripened California-grown tomatoes

Up to 53% Off Coffee Drinks and Snacks at LMcafé

Henderson

$10 $5.50

Wood-panel walls and comfortable couches set the scene of this cozy coffee shop that serves specialty drinks, pastries, and sandwiches

Up to 50% Off Indian-Nepali Food at OM Fast Food Restaurant

Henderson

$10 $5

(8)

Meals span both cuisines, with Nepali momo dumplings and Indian classics that include tandoori chicken and samosas

Up to Half Off Mexican Food at El Torito Café

Henderson

$22 $11

(58)

Cheesy enchiladas with seven choices of fillings, shredded beef tamales, and refreshing margaritas

Up to 50% Off Inn Zone - Nellis Boulevard

Seven Hills

$10 $5

Imported & domestic beers pair up with Cuervo-filled margaritas to quench thirst as sports TV & video poker machines echo in the background

42% Off Chinese Buffet Lunch at The Original Las Vegas Buffet

Green Valley North

$26 $15

Chinese buffet with more than 60 items every day, including hot entrées, soups, appetizers, and more than 20 vegetarian items

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Gaetano's Ristorante

Henderson

$40 $20

Authentic Northern Italian food such as fettuccine alfredo, gnocchi, and veal alongside generous list of wines and gluten-free options

Las Vegas Restaurant Guide

Dining in Las Vegas is more than just eating. It’s an experience that’s just as much a part of the whole Vegas scene as gambling, nightlife and shopping. Las Vegas has practically every type of food to satisfy every type of diner.

Want a full buffet for breakfast, or simply a bowl of oatmeal with fresh fruit in the morning? How about a grilled veggie sandwich for lunch — done gourmet style with organic vegetables and imported olive oil — and an iced cappuccino on the side? Dinner tends to be more of an elaborate affair in Las Vegas. Hit one of the casinos for some gourmet Asian cuisine or maybe a pan-American fusion-type meal. The best thing about dining in Las Vegas is that the hotels and restaurants serve incredible, over-the-top dishes 24 hours a day!

Possibly one of the biggest pieces of news in Las Vegas dining recently has been Steve Wynn’s conversion to veganism. All of the restaurants in the Wynn and Encore hotels now have a separate vegan menu, including at Okada, a romantic eatery filled with waterfalls and gardens. Stop into Wazuzi at the Encore for their fresh-pressed watermelon juice. Delicious!

The Canyon Ranch Spa Cafe caters to the health-conscious crowd. Yes, there are some Vegas foodies who like to dine on freshly made, organic, good-for-you type of delectables. Try the tofu and spinach salad or the flatbread with pesto.

One  doesn't  have to dine at a hotel to eat fantastic Las Vegas food. Pura Vida Bakery and Bystro offers daily specials like waffles with fresh strawberries and walnuts, drizzled in cocao-loco. Go Raw Cafe, with two locations, serves up salads, enchiladas, a rawburger and tasty juices. At the Fashion Show Mall, sit down for lunch at Red Velvet Cafe for a spinach and artichoke panini and a matcha latte.

Vegas caters to every dining whim!

All of the restaurants in the Wynn and Encore hotels now have a separate vegan menu, including at Okada, a romantic eatery filled with waterfalls and gardens.
 

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Pura Vida Bakery & Bystro chef and owner Mayra Trabulse has one goal: to create compassionate cuisine with a level of flavor that reflects her diverse cultural background. As she shared with Katherine Fernelius of Vegas Seven, Mayra is half Lebanese and half Cuban, and was born and raised in Mexico City. After moving to Las Vegas and attending community college, Mayra found herself unfulfilled. She decided to relocate to Florida, where she began to explore the politics of eating and her own relationship with food. She founded a catering business and became a private vegan chef before returning once more to Las Vegas to share her signature Caribbean- and Southwest-inspired dishes with Nevadans.

Mayra incorporated the Spanish phrase "pura vida" into the moniker of her eatery because it's a greeting or a farewell that can signify a sense of community and enjoying life slowly. That's exactly what she wants diners to feel at the restaurant, where she uses local, organic, fair-trade ingredients and incorporates macrobiotic, Ayurvedic, and raw-food principles in her low-temperature cooking. Mayra enhances her creations with unrefined oils and sweeteners and grinds whole spices for maximum flavor. Boasting a designated gluten-free area of her kitchen, she can cater to most any dietary restriction—Vanessa Meier of The Green Girl Next Door blog described how Mayra composed custom, on-the-fly dishes that were "beautiful and clearly prepared with so much love" for her and her husband.

And Meier isn't the only critic to take note of the blossoming restaurant: it earned Las Vegas Weekly’s 2012 Best Vegan Eating award and was named the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Dining Pick of the Week in October 2012. Mayra and her team also cater special events and bake custom vegan wedding cakes for couples being married by an Elvis wearing faux-blue-suede shoes.

1236 Western Ave
Las Vegas,
NV
US

“Japonais is a culinary experience that blends immense enjoyment with sturdy savoir faire,” declared former Chicago Sun-Times food critic Pat Bruno, writing of the sleek Asian eatery near the edge of the Chicago River. While one coexecutive chef, Jun Ichikawa, lends his expertise to the sushi side of the restaurant’s menu, the other, Gene Kato, designs its selection of hot plates. Together, they churn out traditional and modern dishes—such as the house-specialty Kobe prime rib and Le Quack Japonais, a house-smoked duck slathered in hoisin sauce and mango chutney—whose appeal led Condé Nast to name their establishment one of the top 66 restaurants in the world. Ingredients from both surf and turf star at the sushi bar, which serves options such as spicy king-crab nigiri and a Crazy Veggie roll that insists on wearing its lab coat and goggles at all times. As selections emerge from the kitchen, says Bruno, “the presentations … are elegant … the shapes and swoops of the plates are a feast for the eyes.”

The two dining rooms at Japonais meld industrial Japanese design with a touch of European richness. Squares of gold velvet frame an oversize mirror that hangs over the Red Room, the restaurant’s more formal dining space. Across the hall, the Green Room’s slate-and-brick fireplace and whimsical tree centerpieces that occasionally don sweatpants add to its more relaxed atmosphere. Wavy ceiling panels and Lucite chandeliers accentuate the high ceilings that unite the two spaces, hanging over a staircase that leads downstairs to the riverwalk café. There, sheer drapery panels frame views of the Chicago River for those seated on pillow-laden couches and chairs. As they lounge, guests can sip specialty cocktails or enlist the top-shelf liquors to help them win gargling contests against the river.

3400 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas,
NV
USA

With more than 700 locations, Jamba Juice proves to the masses that nutrition can be speedy and delicious. Since the beginning, the company’s product philosophy has revolved around choosing whole fruits and other natural ingredients over artificial flavorings, sweeteners, and preservatives. The menu is completely free of high-fructose corn syrup and trans fats, and it offers additional accommodations for vegan and gluten-free diets.

This naturalistic approach is fully realized in Jamba Juice's selection of smoothies. Made with 100% fruit juice, sherbet, and frozen yogurt, the frosty delights range from all-fruit smoothies such as peach perfection and strawberry whirl to more indulgent creamy treats, including peanut butter moo'd, an enticing blend of peanut butter, bananas, nonfat vanilla frozen yogurt, and milk chocolate.

For those with heartier appetites, steel-cut oats steep in soymilk before being enhanced with toppings such as apples, cinnamon, and brown-sugar crumble. The lunch hour presents protein-packed mini wraps, toasted bistro sandwiches and California Flatbreads that pack only about 320–420 calories each.

2675 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas,
NV
US

From its 1978 opening in New York City, Via Brasil Steakhouse has withstood the test of time and critics to bring the churrascaria tradition to diners on both ends of the country. At the stately Las Vegas restaurant, South American traditions come through not only in the more than 18 meats that grace tables but also in the way each one is prepared and served. The special churrascaria cooking traces its origins to southern Brazil's gauchos, who wound down their long days of herding cattle on the Pampas by roasting cuts of beef over crackling fire pits and writing up formal business proposals for opening steak houses in America. Today, chefs continue that tradition by roasting slabs of meat on rotisserie grills, then slicing each one tableside in order to give diners the exact cuts and temperatures they desire.

Inside the restaurant, an opulent surrounding of marble columns and countertops, floral centerpieces, and huge, sunny windows complement smartly dressed servers as they tote skewers to tables and carve off tender morsels of top sirloin, leg of lamb, and salmon. Selections from 16 side dishes garnish each savory cut of meat with exotic ingredients such as hearts of palm and yucca fries, and a salad bar urges diners to help themselves to more than 30 unique recipes. To complement the feasts, an ample wine cellar and a resident sommelier help diners bring out the rich flavors of each dish with expert advice on the dozens of bottles from around the world.

1225 S Fort Apache Rd
Las Vegas,
NV
US

The folks at Rambo's Kitchen admit it sounds a little crazy—a 1960s-themed diner with pop-culture paraphernalia and a surfer vibe. But they challenge guests to come in and fall in love with the eclectic, friendly spot, where they dish up breakfast, lunch, and dinner at all hours. Outside, rainbow-colored patio umbrellas shield alfresco tables, and inside, you'll find what Jim Begley of the Las Vegas Sun refers to as "a kaleidoscope…awash with psychedelic tones" and tributes to the '60s, be they vibrant daisy prints or pictures of celebs such as Twiggy and Jim Morrison.

Many reviewers caution diners not to judge the place on its flashy decor alone, or, as Begley puts it in Las Vegas Weekly, "you'll miss out on some great cooking." The menu's all-day breakfast specialties include freshly baked biscuits ladled with country gravy and pork chops paired with two eggs. Lunch offerings range from traditional to off-the-wall: freshly shaved pastrami piled on marble rye goes up against burgers loaded with peanut butter and bacon. The signature Rambo burger stuffs its half-pound patty with cheeses, then stacks it with pulled pork, barbecue sauce, and an onion ring or a vintage Beatles record. Diners who want to linger in the psychedelic ambiance can order up a hand-scooped malt or shake, which arrives in an old-fashioned tin and garnished with whipped cream.

6085 S Fort Apache Rd
Las Vegas,
NV
US

The year is 1989, and due to his wild success as a professional rapper and Public Enemy member, cooking chicken is likely the last thing on Flavor Flav's mind. Or is it? His father, William Drayton Sr., owned a Long Island eatery called the Soul Diner, and for Flavor Flav—who, according to the Clinton Herald, earned a culinary degree in 1978—cooking soul food runs in the family. Fast-forward to present day, and you'll find that Flavor Flav, who is also a reality TV star, hasn't fallen far from the family tree. When he's not busy laying down rhymes for Public Enemy or helping Elton John convert 111 million football fans into Pepsi drinkers, he tends to his celebrity-centric take-out restaurant naturally called Flavor Flav's House of Flavor, which has its customers lining up around the block for tastes of Flavor's personal recipes for sauce-slathered chicken and slow-cooked ribs.

The staff divvies out the menu's bounty—fried chicken and shrimp, mac 'n' cheese, and signature red velvet waffles sprinkled with powdered sugar, edible pieces of art that diners can't wait to ruin by eating. Though space is limited inside the take-out-only restaurant, Flavor himself shows up from time to time to dole out chicken, shake hands with adoring fans, and hobnob with celebrities and friends such as J. Cole, Lil Wayne, and Dr. Farrah Gray.

3333 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas,
NV
US