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At this Mediterranean restaurant located inside the Delano Hotel & Casino, celebrity chef Alain Ducasse offers delectable cuisine from the French and Italian coasts. Executive chef Bruno Riou executes the dishes perfectly, with items from the ever changing menu like Porcini Pasta, Liberty Duck Breast and Lobster Risotto. The ambience is casual, yet elegant and the staff is friendly without being too intrusive. Additionally, the wine selection is impressive, as the bodega supplies plenty of reds and whites from around the world.
The gastropub of Mandalay Bay Resort, Libertine Social, is perfect to grab a meal before hitting the casinos. Experience the best of cocktails and contemporary American cuisine created by master mixologists and leading chefs here. The menu is diverse with tapas style small plates, salads, boards, entrees, and various other options. Everything served here is presented and plated beautifully, further making everything on your table more enticing and elegant. The trendy bar has chic interiors with a touch of industrial elements. The patio as well as the indoor sitting area are cozy and hip. The service is attentive and friendly, making your evening more pleasant.
For some, nothing says comfort like a hot bowl of ramen. Las Vegas's very own Ramen Sora knows how it is done and they should, since the original shop is in Sapporo, Japan. What's served here isn't the ramen that comes in a block with a flavor packet. No, these steaming bowls of noodle soup are made from miso paste and boiling premium kurobuta (Berkshire pig) bones. For some serious ramen and comfort, Japanese style, Ramen Sora is a must stop for locals or anyone visiting Las Vegas. -Amy Tjaden
If you are in the mood for some fine revelry, the Lounge at The Artisan Hotel & Spa is a nice venue to wear down all your worries and indulge freely. The impressive stock of drinks here will satiate your thirst, especially if you come during their happy hours. It's great fun to visit the lounge on weekends, when you can enjoy your sinful drink while listening to the DJs spin their music.
With everything from milk teas, herbal jellies, bubble teas, classic teas and blended drinks on the menu, Kung Fu Tea serves up a plethora of options that set it apart from the average boba tea shop. While the selection is already vast, you also have an almost endless variety of ways in which you can customize your drink. Add on toppings like bean curd, adjust the sweetness level to your liking, or ask for half and half, boba and jelly. Whatever your heart desires, the staff behind the counter will happily accommodate your preferences and whip up the perfect drink for you. The shop itself is bright and inviting, although often thronged with thirsty customers. As you sip on your tea, take the time to look around and see if you can count the many images of Bruce Lee hiding around every corner.
If you enjoy your beer warm and you like to call your French fries "chips," you will love this place. It is an authentic British pub, with dark paneling, green accents, and an old-style, over-sized bar with rotating bar stools. You won't just find British beer here, but also several popular International brands. If you love beer, their extensive selection of more than 30 beers and ciders should satisfy most enthusiasts. From Fish and Chips to the Lamb with Yorkshire Pudding served on Sunday, the pub offers authentic British favorites to go with your pint of Guinness. With lovely outdoor seating, a lively ambiance, old school jukebox and entertaining quiz nights; Crown & Anchor is something of a local institution. For a small corner of Britain in the heart of Las Vegas, the Crown and Anchor Pub offers a great experience.