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!