Although the food scene in Vegas is consistently overshadowed by gambling and parties, it’s definitely something not to be skipped over. There are hundreds of delicious eateries up and down the strip that would take a lifetime to discover, but here are some of my personal recommendations.
WHERE TO EAT IN LAS VEGAS
There are an endless amount of places to brunch in Vegas, but we’ve heard from locals that The Peppermill is one of the hottest spots to dine at. It near the end of the strip so it’s not overpriced, and it’s open 24 hours a day!
If you’re looking for great quality seafood without paying an arm and a leg, stop by Lobster Me located in the food court of Planet Hollywood. (They also have one in the Venetian!) It was my first time ever trying a lobster roll, and I’m currently longing to devour one at this very moment. The huge chunks of lobster meat were fresh, flavorful and juicy.
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After a long day in Vegas, it’s quite comforting to resort to dinner in bed. You don’t always need room service; find a hot spot in your own hotel and get takeout! We stayed at the SLS Hotel, and they thankfully have a lot options to choose from. 800 Degrees was a create-your-own pizza joint: garlic, olives, ham and extra cheese for me please! Umami Burger is a chain I frequent; I can’t stay away from their truffle burger!
With an endless amount of buffets to choose from, it can be a little overwhelming. We just so happened to end up at The Buffet at The Wynn for lunch, and we are so glad we did! There were tons of tapa style selections with just about every food you could think of: custom tacos, sushi, pizza, etc. Don’t forget the desert bar!
Where To Drink In Las Vegas:
If you’re looking for a drink that’s not at a casino or a club, head to The Golden Tiki! Located in Chinatown just 10 minutes from the strip, The Golden Tiki is an exotic tiki-themed bar that has won numerous awards for it’s excellent drinks and alluring decor.
A lot of the decor are authentic tiki pieces, and some were even sourced from Disneyland attractions! There are even options to get tiki-themed souvenir glasses as well. Insider’s Tip: Try the dole whip, it’s delicious!
What are some of your favorite places to eat in Vegas?