Most restaurants or bars tend to be strong in either the cocktails or cuisine category, it's a rare gem when you find an establishment that is equally amazing at both. Herbs and Rye is one of those very gems in the glittering city of Las Vegas. Their artisanal cocktails are not just an afterthought, and neither is the exquisite farm to table food. Small plates and decadent dishes feature fresh ingredients that have been married together to create fantastic flavor profiles, from their pork chop and figs with gorgonzola and a demi-glaze, to the beef tartar with just the right amount of capers and dijon mustard. Cocktails are handcrafted with care by expert mixologists that pull tried and true recipes from both the Golden and Gothic Age to feature stellar choices like the Pimms Cup or a Negroni.
Now that this legendary East Harlem joint has been established in Las Vegas, connoisseurs of Italian food will find much to applaud. Rao's serves classic Italian dishes of which shrimp arrabbiata, lemon chicken, and veal saltimbocca are perennial favorites. Make the most of the friendly ambiance, awesome meat offerings, and quick service. A full bar ensures patrons stay in high spirits while enjoying a great dining experience.
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 Oyster Bar, located within the Palace Station Hotel & Casino, is a popular place to get fresh seafood, mostly of the shell variety. Not too many tourists know about this place, because it's somewhat off the strip and Palace Station caters mostly to locals, but it won't stay a secret for long. After a long wait, diners crowd around the bar and watch chefs prepare the food right in front of them. Oysters, clams, mussels, shrimp, crab and lobster are available, prepared in a wide variety of ways. Specialty dishes include the Bouillabaisse, Cioppino and their famous pan roast: you pick the type of seafood, which is then cooked in steam kettles with butter, brandy, cream, tomato, herbs, and spices and served with steamed white rice.
Trendy nightspots don't get any more delicious than Firefly, found just east of the Strip and constantly packed with the young and beautiful. Its hipness is beyond justified; the mojitos are as good as you'll find anywhere else in Vegas and the light, fun cuisine is highlighted by small dishes such as ham and cheese croquetas, crispy duck rolls and boquerones. If you're too hungry for tapas, try the steak frites or paella, a hearty saffron rice dish loaded with fresh shellfish and chorizo sausage.
Those swinging by Pop's Philly Cheesesteaks expecting to find a friendly old grandpa figure will be disappointed. However, the mouthwatering cheesesteaks will more than make up for any disappointment. Pop's is an acronym for Pride Of Philly steaks. The customers came up with the name after the establishment opened in 1993, and it stuck. Locals know that Pop's not only serves up amazing cheesesteak sandwiches, but also prides itself on customer service. Sandwiches are made to order with fresh ingredients and are customizable. If a customer wants something not on the menu, all they have to do is ask. If Pop's has the ingredients they will make it.
Wahlburgers at Las Vegas is one of the most frequented places for delicious burgers and American delights. They also serve good frappes, draft beers, good selection of wines and in-house cocktail concoctions, called Wahlcoctions.Their cold drinks are also served on fountain here. The restaurant is spacious, dark and wooden interiors and lights just above the table tops. Apart from burgers, they also serve small/large sandwiches and salads.
Enjoy massive portions of authentic Mexican food and a variety of tequila-based drinks at Tequila Taqueria. With vintage leather furniture and posters of prominent figures in the history of Mexico, the ambiance and food mingle to provide a dining experience like no other. Their flour and corn tortillas is freshly pressed each day. Dig into Mexican delicacies like guacamole, tortas, enchiladas, tacos, fajitas and much more. Accompany your food with any of the 43 types of tequilas, margaritas, sangria or other cocktails. You can also try out a couple of their 10 types of Mexican beer.
For early birds, Bally's Casino Resort has a snack bar, Nosh. Sandwiches, bagels, pastries, muffins, croissants, all freshly baked and served with nice hot coffee. Kick start your day with breakfast here at the Casino level in the resort. For a more filling morning meal, (if you aren't bothered about the calories) are Nathan's hot dogs, chips and dessert. Salads are a healthy option, also suitable for a brunch. All of these are freshly baked to order after you have asked for it.
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.
Le Cafe Ile St. Louis is located in the Paris Las Vegas and serves a variety of French and American inspired dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open daily 24 hours, this cafe's sidewalk setting will let you people watch all day long with the comfort of air conditioning. Prices are not the cheapest in Vegas, but they're reasonable and the value is good. Also try from the interesting list of European coffees.
Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar is an ultra-stylish place for savoring authentic Mexican food. Its highlight is a luxurious terrace with beautiful views of the palm-lined street outside. The dining room is a plush space, adorned with an aquarium and a large rodeo bull for joy rides. This mechanical bull lends his name to the restaurant and serves as its prime mascot. The menu is loaded with typical Mexican items such as Oaxacan Chopped Salad, Crispy Habanero Chicken and Pork Enchiladas, while the lounge serves at least 50 tequila varieties, including Peligroso Tequila Cinnamon Liqueur. You can also take your pick from different tequila cocktails and five kinds of mezcal. The multiple televisions screens in the bar always air live sports events and help create a lively ambiance.