Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and while we've already told you about some of the most romantic things to do in Las Vegas, chances are you're still gonna have to spring for dinner... preferably at one of the places on our list of Sin City's most romantic restaurants...
The 12 Most Romantic Restaurants in Las Vegas
In addition to offering an amazing view of the Strip from the 56th floor of the Palms, Alizé also has "celebration keys" for those toasting a special occasion like a birthday or anniversary. A golden key is brought to the table… and opens a box that is delivered later. The gift inside is appropriate for the occasion.
The Barrymore is one of the best reasons to venture towards the often-neglected North end of the Strip. The menu features prime bone-in steaks and pan-seared foie gras, but the real romance blossoms when you enjoy a drink before your meal near the long fire pit on the patio.
This French steakhouse has an American touch, with wild prawns from California and three-pound grilled lobsters from Maine, but make sure you enjoy some selections from the oyster bar. They’re high in zinc, which could boost your testosterone levels… and lead to a date night that lasts well into the early morning hours.
The atmosphere is cozy and intimate with just 50 seats and plenty of plush red furniture. Browse through the “his and her’s” menus while sitting underneath the rose-budded glass ceiling that has been a staple of the restaurant for more than 20 years.
This steakhouse is known for its hunks of red meat… but it also has a few small plates that are perfect for couples to share. Top choices include the Mini Maine Lobster Rolls and the Hot Rocks with thinly sliced sirloin prepared table-side.
It’s quiet and intimate and perfect if you want to spend some quality time with your date. Gaze into each other’s eyes… or gaze out the window where Las Vegas Boulevard meets Flamingo… while enjoying a long multi-course dinner prepared and served by a team that is so precise and knowledgeable, it’s like your meal was engineered instead of merely cooked.
Great view. Italian food. Red wine. All the things you need for a perfect date. Grab a bite of pasta… and maybe you’ll have one of those annoyingly sweet Lady and the Tramp moments.
The best opportunity for romance in Henderson can be found here, where you'll feel like you're in a Napa wine cellar. Many of the servers have been around for more than 10 years and specialize in tableside presentations that include spinach salad, cherries jubilee, bananas foster, and flaming coffee.
This intimate spot from Chef José Andrés is tucked away in a small private room and set against a dramatic red wall and red velvet curtain. You’ll be blinded by love… and blinded by science… with an evening of Spanish cuisine made with molecular gastronomy.
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Cleo has a deeply diverse Mediterranean menu that goes far beyond the expected hummus and lamb. Enjoy the grilled octopus and potatoes near the hustle of the main floor, or share the kale flatbread in one of several private dining areas.
The night begins with a red rose for your date and a cozy old-school atmosphere that makes you feel miles away from the chaos of Fremont Street upstairs. The house salad is prepared with a table-side cart. Pick out your ingredients together… and test your chemistry.
It’s hard to believe that this restaurant is just steps off the casino floor of the MGM Grand. It’s almost like walking into the dining room of a private mansion, but it's actually the only restaurant in the Western Hemisphere from acclaimed French chef Joël Robuchon… unless you count the slightly more casual L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon next door.
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1. Alizé4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
2. The Barrymore99 Convention Drive, Las Vegas
3. Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro3325 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
4. Michael's9777 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
5. Stack Restaurant and Bar3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
6. Restaurant Guy Savoy3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
7. Nove Italiano4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
8. Sonoma Cellar1301 W Sunset Rd, Henderson
9. é by Jose Andrés3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
10. Cleo2535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
11. Hugo's Cellar202 Fremont St, Las Vegas
12. L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
In addition to offering an amazing view of the Strip from the 56th floor of the Palms, Alizé also has celebration keys for those toasting a special occasion. A golden key is brought to the table and opens a box that is delivered later. The gift inside is appropriate for the occasion.
Despite being located in the desolate north end of the Strip, the Barrymore rewards dedicated visitors with a casual spot with fire pits on the patio, plush seating across two intimate dining areas, and empty film reels lining the ceiling. The menu is heavy on steak and wine, but the cocktail program is among the best in Vegas. Just ask the bartender for a suggestion and go with it.
At this French-inspired steakhouse in The Palazzo you will find corn-fed Iowa steaks aged for 28 days, one of the largest selections of cheeses on this side of the planet (we're talking more than 60 farmhouse artisanal cheeses), and a full iced seafood bar that's as fresh as it gets. Not to mention an emphasis on high-quality service and the best patio seating you’ll find anywhere on the Strip.
The atmosphere is cozy and intimate here, with just 50 seats and plenty of plush red furniture. Browse through the “his and hers” menus while sitting underneath the rose-budded glass ceiling that has been a staple of the restaurant for more than 20 years.
This steakhouse is known for its hunks of red meat - but it also has a few small plates that are perfect to share. Top choices include the Mini Maine Lobster Rolls and the Hot Rocks with thinly sliced sirloin, prepared tableside.
Restaurant Guy Savoy is at once elegant, opulent, and intimate - the perfect place to take a date for a romantic evening. Gaze out at sweeping views of The Strip while enjoying dishes prepared by one of the world's internationally renowned French chefs. Want to go all out? Restaurant Guy Savoy houses the only Krug Chef’s Table in the country, a six course gourmet meal accompanied with champagne pairings.
Great view. Italian food. Red Wine. All the things you need for a perfect date. Grab a bite of pasta, and maybe you’ll get one of those annoyingly sweet “Lady and the Tramp” moments. Located on the 51st floor of the "Fantasy Tower" in the Palms Resort and Casino, Nove Italiano is at once luxe, classy, and as everything in Vegas is, quite trendy.
Tucked away in the Sunset Station Hotel & Casino, this steakhouse is committed to providing you with a top-notch wining and dining experience. So much so, all of their waitstaff are requited to take the Level 1 Sommelier Exam, meaning they'll definitely be able to call you out for ordering the second-cheapest bottle on the menu.
An eight-seat, steel-topped bar hidden inside The Cosmopolitan that boasts a super-swanky, super-delicious tasting menu costing $195/person, and that's before you even factor in all the booze you're gonna be drinking.
Cleo has a deeply diverse Mediterranean menu that goes far beyond the expected hummus and lamb. Enjoy the grilled octopus and potatoes near the hustle of the main floor or share the kale flatbread in one of several private dining areas in the venue.
While The Four Queens casino may not be the first place you’d think of for romance, Hugo’s Cellar is a gem of a date spot tucked away inside it. In addition to soaking up the cozy atmosphere, guests'll sink their teeth into some of the best prime rib in Vegas and enjoy fresh custom menu items made table-side.
Joel Robuchon's flagship restaurant is a deliberate retreat from all things neon and flashy (read: Vegas). Inside this elegant, Art Deco style townhouse, the three-Michelin starred chef serves four course meals comprised of truffles, caviar, and other fixtures of French haute cuisine. It's certainly extravagant, without a doubt, but it feels like you're walking into the dining room of someone's private mansion rather than a typical restaurant.