When you’re in a city like Las Vegas, it’s easy to get caught up in the chain restaurants and the fast food options – but for some of us, we just want something more. Don’t worry though, Las Vegas is an amazing city for food-lovers and foodies, and if you’re after some recommendations then you’ve come to the right place.
Here are the best foodie restaurants in Las Vegas…
Honestly an amazing selection of Tacos, that are just the best tasting thing. Recently opened at Palace station after the success of their first restaurant in San Diego this is definitely a Must. Eat. Head over for Taco Tuesday where you get a 3 Taco Deal!
The Factory Kitchen
Like an actual Italian Trattoria, but in the heart of Las Vegas. Mains range from $20-40 but are definitely worth it, because the food is 10/10. The result of a long standing friendship between Restaurateur Matteo and Chef Ferdinandi, the two wanted to bring real Italian food and hospitality to the game, and they definitely deliver.
Greene St. Kitchen
Greene St Kitchen is right up our alley – great food, great art, and it’s sort of a secret. Entrance is through an arcade, so already we’re living an early 1980s Tron fantasy. You step through a soda-machine door and into a restaurant that is plastered with Graffiti, posters, and pop culture references that feel very 1970s NYC Soho glam, and that’s exactly what it wants to emulate. The menu is amazing with everything from burgers to grilled octopus – and it has plenty of plant-based options for the vegans in the group!
Andiamo’s Steak House
Located in downtown Las Vegas (inside the D Hotel) Andiamo’s is the ultimate steakhouse. If you want to feel like you’ve gone back in time to the 60’s and you’re dinging amongst the sophisticated and elite, in some mobster hide-out / gentlemen’s club, this is where you need to go. The service is impeccable, the food is insanely delicious and the atmosphere is great. We can’t recommend this place highly enough – it’s always somewhere we visit when we’re in Vegas.
Blume is a brand new restaurant with a real flair for presentation, this restaurant makes insta worthy dishes that taste as amazing as they look! The Korean short ribs with a fig glaze and caramelized shallots is mouth-wateringly good, and the starters offer a wide selection from amazing crab cakes to a bao bun with pork jowl.
Honey Salt is the BEST brunch spot in Vegas. We get it, you’ve been up all night, winning thousands on a game, marrying your pal, or seeing a show. You need feeding, and you need it now; Honey Salt is your friend. They’ve got Hair of the Dog, and Bubbles Brunch at $19 a head for bottomless drinks (who can say no to that?) and the food is honestly SO. GOOD. Get the Biloxi Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich to really beat that hangover.
Ferraro’s is an absolute stalwart of the Las Vegas culinary scene, and definitely worth a visit. As the second Italian restaurant on this relatively short list it’s really stood the test of time, having been around for 30+ years! It’s family owned and operated, and provides fresh, amazing, great quality Italian dishes paired with a pretty impressive wine list. They serve a full dinner menu until 2am (and here’s a little tip: diners between 11pm and 2am get 20% off their bill).
Rollin Smoke BBQ
If you love BBQ food (Brisket, ribs, brunt ends, burgers… all the good stuff) then no trip to Las Vegas would be complete without a little jaunt to Rollin Smoke BBQ. This place has a cult following people love it SO much. Get there early evening (around 5pm) so avoid long wait times.
Block 16 Urban Food Hall (at the Cosmopolitan Hotel)
Block 16 Urban Food Hall is a brand new addition to the Cosmopolitan Hotel and it’s already becoming a firm favourite for foodies and food lovers in the city. Basically, it’s a food hall stuffed full of different food vendors from around the city, where you can try all their best stuff. If you’re in the kind of mood to try everything and anything – this place won’t disappoint. There’s burgers, fried chicken, donuts, sushi, chicken wings… Just to name a few things.