Named one of Las Vegas's best new attractions by Travel + Leisure magazine in 2011, The Barrymore suffuses its old-school vibe with a modern menu of steaks, seafood, and seasonal recipes. The cozy, 50-seat restaurant is a visual soiree, where walls dressed in damask wallpaper and lined with octagonal mirrors surround velvet banquettes, leather chairs, and a ceiling made of golden film spools. Chef Anthony Meidenbauer dots sizzling griddles with buttermilk pancakes in the morning, then fills lunch plates with grass-fed burgers, grilled fish tacos, and seasonally inspired pasta recipes as the hours advance. During dinner, hearty steaks and veal chops don a choice of sauces, including bordelaise, béarnaise, and the restaurant's eponymous steak sauce. An expansive drink menu gilds palates with the flavors of signature cocktails and 50 wines priced at less than $50, leaving dollar bills free to canoodle with cheeky dinner napkins after meals.