This restaurant is well known for a variety of fresh seafood and outstanding steaks cooked to perfection. The frites are absolutely addictive. Choose to sit inside or relax outside on the patio overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard and the Bellagio Fountains. The decor makes you feel just like you are in a Parisian bistro. Don't miss the amazing desserts like the Creme Brulee and the Bananas Foster crepe. Food is reasonably priced with generous servings.
Located 800 feet (244 meters) above the ground atop the Stratosphere Hotel Casino, Top Of The World Restaurant offers a view of Las Vegas that is unmatched. The room rotates slowly at 360 degrees per hour so you can see the entire city from every angle. The service is superb and the excellent menu features steaks, fresh fish, and lobster. Cocktails and a moderately priced wine list are available. A dinner at the Top of the World is truly an unforgettable dining experience. Before dinner, consider riding the roller coaster at the top of the building.
Bouchon is located in the middle section of the famous, or infamous, Las Vegas Strip. This is the Las Vegas branch of acclaimed Chef Thomas Keller's bistro-style restaurant in Yountville, California. Bouchon serves authentic French cuisine throughout the day, including steak frites, boudin blanc, roasted chicken, ile flottante and profiteroles. The decor is exquisite and the main dining room features high ceilings and beautiful flowers. Guests can also dine at the outdoor poolside patio.
Tao is a nightclub that is simply stunning. From the cascading waterfalls and rose petal-filled pools to the 16-foot (4.9-meter) Buddha statue, the surroundings set a standard that the menu fully lives up to. At Tao your palate is in good hands as the menu features pan-Asian dishes, mixing Hong Kong Chinese, Japanese, and Thai to create an eclectic menu. Tao also gives you a great taste of the Vegas nightlife. They frequently host parties with their resident DJs pumping up music until the early hours of the morning. TAO is also home to a lounge and a banquet hall for events, meetings and conferences. Spread over 60000 square feet, (5574.18 square meters), TAO is the place to be, whether you want to dig into fine cuisine, dance the night away, relax with a tantalizing cocktail or simply socialize and have a good time.
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant is one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas for authentic French fare. Housed in the Eiffel Tower replica, the restaurant occupies the 11th story and is considered a jewel in the crown of the Paris Las Vegas hotel. The sumptuous French offerings served up at this fine establishment are sure to linger in your memories forever. Traditional cold smoked salmon or foie gras torchon are delectable appetizers. Enjoy your food while watching the amazing views of the Strip afforded by the height of the faux-Eiffel Tower.
For the ultimate dining treat, put Le Cirque on your list. Overlooking the lake at the Bellagio Resort, patrons book well in advance for the opportunity to sample the marvelous French cuisine. At Le Cirque, the dark, plush colors merged with the Maccioni Family circus themes accentuate this unique experience. In traditional gourmet style, the restaurant offers a five-course "Degustation," or tasting menu. The extensive wine list features more than 500 international choices.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge has been wowing diners ever since its inception with its decadent contemporary and traditional Japanese fare. Set in the Bellagio Las Vegas, the kitchen helmed by chef Akira Back is an ode to his travels abroad which is reflected in their menu. Taking you through a delightful culinary journey, their dishes will tantalize your palate. Their bar headed by Yukiko Kawasaki has an impressive list of sake and wine that has been carefully curated to enhance your dining experience. With fantastic views worth boasting of, this chic eatery features wooden and stone elements as well as eclectic light fixtures which give it an ambient atmosphere.
Lago by Julian Serrano is a lively place with Italian-inspired decor and floor-to-ceiling windows so visitors can enjoy the iconic fountain show that happens every 20 minutes (and no, it doesn’t get old!). Visitors are well taken care of at this Italian restaurant where, like at traditional Italian eateries, no guest is ever made to feel rushed. All the dishes served here are meant to be shared, so it is a great spot for both date nights and dinners out with friends or family. The bright flavors, textures, and presentation of each dish are all of the utmost importance at this fine-dining establishment.
With splendid views of the famed Bellagio fountains, the sparkle of Sin City and an enviable spot on the Las Vegas Strip, Hexx Kitchen + Bar housed in Paris Las Vegas couldn't do better. Or that's what you think. Wait until you dig into their chic, elegant American fare whipped from fresh ingredients. Open 24 hours a day, stop by here for a delectable brunch after a memorable night, or make your night memorable here at dinner. Beautiful patio views go wonderfully with the Roasted Branzino and the Lamb Osso Buco. Meanwhile, a thoughtful wine list demands your attention with their white and red wines. Post dinner, stop by at their bean-to-bar chocolate boutique and get your fill of cocoa pleasure.
Located in the Bellagio, Jasmine is a lovely place serving traditional Cantonese, Hunan and Szechwan cuisines. The decor creates a romantic ambiance with sparkling chandeliers and pastel shades, taking inspiration from Europe as well as China. Chef Philip Lo, with his contemporary interpretations of traditional cuisines, creates some scrumptious and exotic delicacies. Maine lobster dumplings with ginger sauce and Florida stone crab claws are some of his most delicious creations. The restaurant also has a fine list of American and French wines for you to choose from.