1. Carson Kitchen124 S 6th St Ste 100, Las Vegas
2. Made.LV440 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas
3. BLT Steak3645 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
4. 17° south7200 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
5. Mercadito11011 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas
6. Giada3595 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
7. Lao Sze Chuan Restaurant4321 West Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
8. Lyfe Kitchen140 S Green Valley Parkway #142, Henderson
9. Distill4830 W Pyle Ave, Las Vegas
10. Tacos & Beer3900 Paradise Rd Ste A, Las Vegas
This Downtown rooftop bar has quite possibly the best appetizer menu in Vegas-- shareable plates like veal meatballs, short rib sliders, crispy chicken skins, and deviled eggs topped with caviar are all on order. If that weren't enticing enough, Carson Kitchen offers a well curated selection of cocktails and regularly hosts live bands on their swanky outdoor patio.
This pub and restaurant is casual and relaxed with food made with fresh farm-to-table ingredients. Get the bacon and eggs -- made with thick cut bacon, deviled eggs, red onion jam, and grilled multigrain bread.
Inside Bally's, BLT Steak is serving up nothing but Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato sandwiches alongside steaks. Just kidding! They've got all the usual steakhouse favorites (aged NY Strip, seafood options like Dover sole) plus ridiculously good brunch eats like lobster tails and caviar. Yes, for breakfast.
This bar, restaurant, and lounge is tucked away near the lobby of Tahiti Village with an open air view that overlooks the pool. The Teriyaki Burger, Island Ribs, and spicy chicken wings offer a tropical twist on bar-food staples that will make you forget you’re really in the middle of the desert.
This new resto in the Red Rock is putting a twist on traditional Mexican fare, with blackened swordfish and pork belly tacos as well as a mango guacamole that's so addictive you could be hospitalized for a potassium overdose.
This new Italian- and Mediterranean-inspired resto has floor-to-ceiling views of the busiest intersection on the Strip. Call for a reservation because everyone else wants eat here too.
This spot has more than 200 beef, chicken, pork, and seafood options on the menu. It’s enough to give the best restaurants in Chinatown a run for their money.
LYFE Kitchen offers more bang for your buck than the Whole Foods next door with reasonably priced dishes like grass fed steaks, salads, and flatbreads that are made with fresh ingredients and free of antibiotics.
This local hangout is packed with TVs so you can catch all of the action in your favorite games. There’re solid food options like roasted bourbon BBQ chicken, and speciality drinks. We are partial to their burgers, which made our list of Best New Burgers in 2014.
The name says it all… they've got affordable Mexican food that won’t break the bank. Try the pork al pastor taco with sweetened with pineapple goes perfectly with more than 50 selections of beer by the bottle or more than 20 on tap.