1. Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill Summerlin10955 Oval Park Dr, Las Vegas
2. CRAVE Restaurant10970 Rosemary Park Dr, Las Vegas
3. Pieology Pizzeria10965 Lavender Hills Dr, Las Vegas
4. Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar11011 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas
5. Whist Stove & Spirits2235 Village Walk Dr, Henderson
6. Jacques Cafe1910 Village Center Cir, Summerlin
7. Off the Strip3545 S Las Vegas Blvd , Las Vegas
8. Border Grill Las Vegas3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
9. Urban Turban3900 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas
10. Crazy Pita10975 Sage Park Dr, Las Vegas
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has gone casual with this New American spot right off the Strip. With slightly upscale takes on comfort foods like pizza, pasta, salads, and grilled proteins, this is a classic American grill menu highlighted with offbeat ingredients like tuna tartare and shishito peppers. The interior is bright and welcoming, with industrial furnishings and a long wooden bar, perfect for lingering with a cocktail after dinner. With a dog-friendly patio outside and some seriously good happy hour deals inside, this restaurant is a great spot to stop for a weekday meal.
One side of the menu is American, the other is Japanese... but somehow it all seems to work within the casual, modern atmosphere at the Downtown Summerlin shopping and entertainment district. Whether you’re chowing down on the Bamboo Bite specialty roll or the Chicken Apple Sausage flatbread, don’t be surprised if this becomes your new go-to restaurant on the West side.
Choose from more than 30 fresh ingredients and seven base sauces to create your own pizza on top of house-made dough… and wait just five minutes while it’s cooked for you. Each 11.5 inch pizza is only $8 with unlimited toppings and comes with a gluten-free option for crust.
90% of the dishes are wood-roasted in one of two oversize hearth ovens at this appropriately named rustic eatery on The Strip. Hearthstone also offers great shareable appetizers truffle popcorn, meat and cheese charcuterie; entree selections include poached Alaskan salmon and Wagyu short ribs.
The team behind downtown staples Commonwealth and Park on Fremont invaded Henderson with this spot, which is heavy on Victorian-era decorations and food that includes Crab Cake Sliders and Goat Cheese Ravioli. Before sitting down for dinner, preload next door at sister pub Due & Proper, which opened at the same time.
Grass-fed beef, free range chicken, and fresh organic produce can be found at this casual American Bistro with a French name, courtesy of chef Jacques Pauvert. For those who don’t mind some sugar, homemade pastries are baked in-house daily.
This two-story location of a Southern Highlands favorite is, in fact, ON the Strip at The LINQ. Features exclusive to this location include a “Fit and Fresh” breakfast menu, while old favorites like the M.O.A.B. Burger with cheddar cheese and hickory smoked bacon remain.
The Border Grill stands out from other modern Mexican spots with food that is made with fresh and organic ingredients and a ceviche bar that by itself is better than most other restaurants in Vegas.
This Bombay kitchen and tapas bar offers a fresh spin on traditional Indian food, including vegan and gluten-free selections. If you worry that the lamb sliders and other bites might be too small, indulge your appetite with the Bottomless Curry.
Crazy Pita offers some of the cleanest food you can grab-and-go during your lunch break. The top choices include a hummus or eggplant dip, lentil soup, and a selection of grilled skewers that include chicken, steak, lamb, or salmon.