Here's Our Travel Guide to This Nation of Over 7,000 Islands
1. Zenshin Asian Restaurant9777 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
2. The Sparklings8310 S Rainbow Blvd #100, Las Vegas
3. Buldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs2291 S Fort Apache Rd, #102, Las Vegas
4. Sporting Bar7770 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas
5. The Barrymore99 Convention Drive, Las Vegas
6. Yassou Greek Grill Café7871 W Charleston Blvd Ste 110, Las Vegas
7. The Oyster Bar at Palace Station2411 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
8. Weiss Deli and Bakery2744 N Green Valley Pkwy, Henderson
9. Urban Turban3900 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas
South Point is probably best known for its equestrian center and rodeo shows, so it could be a surprise to see this Asian spot nestled in the corner of the lobby floor. It gives a tip of the (cowboy) hat to its location with the 8 Second Bull Ride, a sushi roll that includes seared wagyu over crab and asparagus. But the Miso Butterfish and Shogun Wagyu Burger are among the highlights of a diverse menu that’s about more than just sushi rolls.
It's easy for this bright, modern spot to stand out in the relatively quiet Southwest Valley. The cocktail menu and American bistro-style food are both worth checking out, but it’s the atmosphere that catches your attention. Sit outside on the patio underneath a string of lights with a Moscow Mule in your hand… or enjoy the Spicy Seafood Pasta inside a brightly lit dining room that's perfect for large parties or date night with your latest significant other.
Buldogis serves gourmet hot dogs with an Asian twist. The dogs are made with premium beef without fillers and topped with fresh ingredients, like the pineapple salsa and green onions that come on The Hawaiian. The kimchi takes three days to make and is a crucial addition to the spicy sweet potato Angry Kimchi fries. Buldogis also has a food truck that pops up at big events around town.
Need a good place to check out a big game? Sporting Life is full of TV screens and has plenty of space plus an electronic scoreboard. Need the kind of food you don’t usually find at a sports bar? The menu has you covered with cured confit chicken wings, pork belly, seared duck breast, and bacon-wrapped dates.
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.
When it comes to Greek restaurants, most people want traditional favorites and few surprises. Yassou keeps gyros, chicken skewers, and baklava simple yet perfectly prepared and full of flavor. But the Greek Pizza is worth your attention as well. It's topped with spinach, feta, basil, and olives.
Open 24/7, this seafoodery inside The Palace Station Hotel & Casino serves up killer ocean eats, from gumbos, to chowders, and more.
The most authentic Jewish deli you'll find anywhere in Nevada. The lox platter and chicken matzah ball soup are worth the trip alone, but check out the sky-scraping sandwiches, stacked with the best cuts of deli meat. Hungry? Order the Ceily’s Stack. It stuffs juicy brisket in between two perfectly cooked potato latkes, then gets topped with melted Muenster and provolone cheese, plus homemade gravy and sour cream on the side.
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.