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1. Five503730 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
2. Rx Boiler RoomMandalay Bay, Las Vegas
3. Carmine'sThe Forum Shops at Caesars, , Las Vegas
4. Pub 18423799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
5. Kumi Japanese Restaurant + Bar3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
6. Heritage Steak3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
7. Lucille's BBQ11011 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas
8. Chronic Tacos4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
9. McFadden's6593 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
10. La Comida106 S 6th St, Las Vegas
James Beard award-winning chef Shawn McClain's teamed up with the Aria hotel to bring East Coast-style pizza to Vegas, in addition to shared plates, small bites, handmade pastas, craft beers, and desserts.
This steampunk-themed resto in Mandalay Bay is combining "the alchemy of food and drink" to deliver innovative 'tails and delectable bites like chicken pot pie bites and bacon-wrapped bacon.
Based in NYC, this family-style Italian chain replicates its famously generous portions of antipastos and saucey pasta dishes in a massive Vegas outpost. Claiming the title of the largest non-nightclub restaurant on the Strip, Carmine's serves portions scaled to size, like wide platters of fried calamari, deep bowls of meatball spaghetti, and sinfully rich desserts.
This gastropub located in the MGM Grand serves rare whiskeys, a great beer selection, and pub food like nachos, lobster bakes, and a famed Peanut Butter Crunch burger with thick smears of actual peanut butter. And while casual is the go-to sensibility here, fine dining veteran Michael Mina makes the concept even more enticing with ping pong and darts in the bar area.
A 10,000 square foot Korean-inspired sushi spot from Chef Akira Back at the Mandalay Bay hotel, Kumi offers a high-end dining experience in a sleek space made blushing pink with cherry blossom canvases throughout. Besides the usual sashimi offerings, the Japanese spot also offers an extensive list of shareable plates like shishito peppers and kimchee butter edamame.
The third restaurant from Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio, this 220-seat steakhouse housed inside The Mirage cooks up quality, antibiotic-free meats over an open flame. The lighting here is dim enough to make your table feel like a personal restaurant, and contemporary decor touches like glass vases and wood accents elevate your dry aged rib eye meal into a sleek and polished dining experience.
The second outpost of Lucille's is serving the same BBQ goodness of the original: from baby-backs and brisket, to fried chicken sandwiches and smokehouse wings.
This Mexican franchise inside the Palms may be fast-food, but they're still plating large portions of fresh, quality tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and tortas with homemade salsa.
Scantily clad ladies, three-pound burgers, a 4A liquor license, and 40+ screens to catch every game are offered at this world-famous pub in Town Square. This upscale playground (which first opened in New York City in 1977) also boasts a great happy hour and a late-night, Irish-American inspired menu.
Not only does LC have 100 different tequilas, they've also got a $235 flight wtih Gran Patron Bordeaux, Don Julio REAL, and Herradura Seleccion Suprema. Pair that with delicious & authentic eats, and you're golden.