Things don't get much better than a sweet water view, except perhaps for a sweet Ricky Watters view, which are now relegated to Madden '96, but damn, can he high-step on that thing. Giving you a similarly baller look at the Wynn's impressive waters, Lakeside Grill
Decked with a 17th century mosaic-tiled floor, Carrara marble, neo-classical sculptures, and modern touches like orange banquettes, Lakeside overlooks the Wynn's ginormous Lake of Dreams, which combines a crazy hologram/4,000-light show, a mountain waterfall, "cyclorama" backdrop on which images're projected, and music ranging from "Low Rider" to "What a Wonderful World", which is the first time anyone other than Charlie Sheen's ever sung that in Vegas. The menu's concocted by the exec chef of SW Steakhouse (the Wynn's signature eatery), and starts out with "contemporary American" shared plates like garlic bread meatballs, strip steak sandwiches w/ caramelized onions & truffled Robiola cheese, and a broad selection of shellfish, from jumbo stone crab claws to roasted head-on prawns, which is just how Gilbert Gottfried does it...dude comes right at you! For one-man entrees, there's Hawaiian red snapper, chipotle marinated swordfish, a mesquite smoked prime rib, Berkshire pork ribs (w/ hickory smoked crispy pork belly & green papaya slaw) and a selection of pizzas like one topped with Maine Lobster Risotto and another with cannolicchi pasta w/ king prawns & scampi sauce, a opposed to campy sauce, which is what you have to drink to make it through Footloose
To keep you goin', they've got a full roster of crazy import brews, scotches (including the $950/glass Hardy Perfection) and specialty cocktails like the gin/Canton/fresh lime/lemongrass/Fever Tree Ginger Ale "Rang Rickey", which is exactly what EA Sports did in 2001, to tell him his speed had been downgraded to a 76.