Fine Dining Las Vegas Style: Where to Eat When You Are in Town

They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but there’s an exception to that rule – fine dining. Once a city known for cheap buffets and likely some digestive issues, today’s Las Vegas is now home to world-class dining presented by award-winning chefs. This is a sampling of the restaurants where you need to eat to experience fine dining Las Vegas style.

Restaurant Guy Savoy

 

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Located in Caesars Palace, this offshoot of the famed Guy Savoy in Paris emulates the original’s menu. This includes many of their iconic dishes including soupe d’artichaut à la truffe noire, brioche feuillellée aux champignons et truffles, Fondant au Chocolat, and Terrine de Pamplemousse.

 

Fine dining reaches its peak at Restaurant Guy Savoy, featuring delicate, acclaimed French masterpieces created by the famed Michelin-star chef. The restaurant is located in the Augustus Tower near Qua spa and the wedding chapels.

 

Michael Mina

 

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Tucked away in the elegant Bellagio Hotel and Casino, foodies are drawn to Michael Mina to experience seasonal New American tasting menus. You will also enjoy some of the best, most refined seafood in Las Vegas.

 

The world’s finest catches are yours at Michael Mina. Inspired by his global travels through timeless seaside villages, Michelin Award-winning Chef Michael Mina is breathing new life into his eponymous restaurant with the freshest seafood found anywhere.

 

The Zagat review sums it up best: “An amazing dining experience” awaits at this Bellagio offshoot of Michael Mina’s San Francisco New American, where an “expertly prepared” menu starring “excellent” seafood (including a “scrumptious” lobster pot pie) is presented by “professional” servers who go “out of their way to discuss what’s special about every dish”; the “beautiful setting” is an “oasis of calm” amid the bustle of the Strip, bolstering agreement that the “steep” tabs are “worth every penny.”

Sage

 

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Farm-to-table is a bit unexpected in the desert of Nevada. Sage dispels that myth with their organic, locally sourced, farm-to-table menus and fare accompanied by handcrafted cocktails. All of this is set in a sleek, gorgeous, and also modern space in the Aria Resort and Casino. Chef Shawn McClain says, “I start with the finest local produce, artisanal meats, and sustainable seafood to create dishes that are clean and simple with creative twists.” His diligence pays off and Aria notes that he “is no stranger to receiving accolades for his inspired cuisine, but with Sage, he has taken things a step further and built one of Las Vegas’ most stand-out dining experiences.”

Andiamo Steakhouse

 

 

The D Hotel’s culinary pride shines with its posh chophouse, Andiamo Steakhouse. Here they are serving hearty Italian dishes alongside classic steakhouse cuts of quality beef. This Fremont Street eatery is also a Las Vegas gem.

 

American Prime. Italian flavor. Indulge in premium American steaks and irresistible Italian favorites that will keep you coming back for more. Homemade Italian breads, award-winning sauces and handmade pasta. Joe Vicari’s philosophy, originating from the late Master Chef Aldo Ottaviani, is to buy the freshest ingredients and prepare them from scratch every day. We are able to offer the finest products by partnering with the nation’s top butchers, including Pat LaFrieda and Stockyard Premium beef, all natural Strauss® Lamb and Veal and premium free range chicken.

 

Yui Edomae Sushi

 

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Photo courtesy of Yui Edomae Sushi

 

Upon approach, you may think you’re in the wrong place because the exterior of Yui Edomae Sushi is beyond unassuming.  Step inside, however, and you’re in for an amazing treat of high-end and also sophisticated sushi.  Their menu highlights fresh fish flown in from Japan. The setting may not be impressive, but the sushi certainly is.

 

YUI Edomae Sushi is focused on Japanese traditional omotenashi service, for the customers to be able to enjoy true umami of all the dishes. Gen Mizoguchi, Art of Edomae Sushi.

 

While you’re in Las Vegas, you’ll be bound by the strict code to keep what happens there stays there. This doesn’t apply to fine dining as you should be sure to share all about that. So, which of these establishments will be at the top of your dining agenda for your Las Vegas vacation? When you’re ready to move beyond Las Vegas and rub elbows with more high rollers, consider booking The Princess Grace Suite at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo.

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