To make Las Vegas Italian restaurants part of a larger Italian experience, you can take an after-dinner stroll to Caesar’s Palace, the city’s Roman-themed hotel, or a romantic gondola ride at The Venetian, where the gondolier will serande you. The eateries are a hard act to follow, though. Trattoria del Lupo, Wolfgang Puck’s flagship Italian restaurant, nestles inside the Strip’s Mandalay Bay, serving up grilled octopus and lasagne verde. Or, for excellent eats further off the beaten path, the Las Vegas Review-Journal recommends The Pasta Shop in Henderson. (It’s exactly what it sounds like.)

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