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Where To Find Over-The-Top Food In Vegas

Last updated: February 4, 2020 at 8:47 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on Where To Find Over-The-Top Food In Vegas.

In Vegas we don’t do things halfway. We like everything, including our food, to be big, bold and a bit extravagant.

There are lots of Las Vegas restaurants where you can find food that goes way beyond average. Here are some of our favorite over-the-top dishes:

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The gold-encrusted filet mignon at MR CHOW at Caesars Palace - best food in Vegas

The gold-encrusted filet mignon at MR CHOW. Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace.

Gold filet mignon at MR CHOW

If money is no issue and you like your food to be extravagant, you can try MR CHOW’s new menu item – a $1,000 gold-encrusted filet mignon.

The beef comes wrapped in a gold leaf and topped with caviar. You’ll also get Krug Grande Cuvée Brut Champagne to accompany your meal. If you want to indulge, you must request this dish 48 hours in advance.

777 Burger at Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas - best food in Vegas

Swank price for a swank burger. $777 Burger at Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

$777 burger at Burger Brasserie

For another no-expense spared meal, try the $777 burger at Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas.

This is no ordinary burger for that price. It’s made with Kobe beef, pancetta, goat cheese, seared foie gras, arugula, Maine lobster and100-year aged balsamic. The burger is paired with a BLT salad and a bottle of Dom Perignon Rose Champagne.

Guy's Cheesecake Challenge at the LINQ - best food in Vegas

Guy’s Cheesecake Challenge. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri Cheesecake Challenge

Got a sweet tooth? If you think you can handle it, you can head to Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar and take on the Guy Fieri’s Cheesecake challenge. This dessert is made with half a New York-style marble cheesecake topped with potato chips, pretzels and hot fudge.

The Bottoms Up cocktail in Vanderpump Cocktail Garden inside Caesars Palace Las Vegas

The Bottoms Up cocktail. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Vanderpump Bottoms Up cocktail

If you’ve got a group of friends, you can all share in the fun of the Bottoms Up cocktail at Vanderpump Cocktail Garden inside Caesars Palace.

This over-the-top cocktail is made with Casamigos Blanco, Cointreau, jalapeño, strawberry and lime and can serve up to 10 guests. It’s served in an Instagram-worthy dispenser.

Strip House's famous 24-layer chocolate cake at Strip House inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Strip House’s famous 24-layer chocolate cake. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

24-Layer Chocolate Cake at Strip House

Why stop at one layer of chocolate when you can have 24? The famous 24-Layer Chocolate Cake at Strip House inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is made with 12 layers of luscious chocolate cake, 11 layers of smooth chocolate filling, and a top layer of French semisweet chocolate ganache. If you’re looking for over-the-top chocolate, this is the dish for you.

Giant pizza at Pin Up Pizza at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas

Giant pizza at Pin-Up Pizza. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Pin Up Pizza

Who doesn’t love pizza? If you want an outrageous slice, Pin Up Pizza at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino can help you.

You’ll find the largest slices on the Strip here. They’re so big you might need to ask to have them cut in half for you.

The New York-style hand-tossed pizzas come in cheese, sausage, pepperoni, salami trio, big meat, margherita and chicken with spinach.

Super Nova shakes at Cafe Hollywood at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas

Super Nova shakes at Cafe Hollywood. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Hollywood Super Nova Shakes

Café Hollywood at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino takes the milkshake to a whole other level with their Super Nova shakes.

These monstrous concoctions are loaded with all kinds of extras.

The Cosmic Cotton Candy is a cotton candy milkshake topped with rainbow sprinkles, white chocolate covered pretzels, cotton candy and a lollipop.

The Strawberry Big Bang is a strawberry milkshake with sprinkles and a slice of birthday cake on top.

And chocoholics, rejoice. The Chocolate Comet is a chocolate milkshake with double chocolate brownie frosting, candy, brownies and a cookie straw.

Hash House A Go Go Tractor Driver Combo at The LINQ Hotel + Experience in Las Vegas

Hash House A Go Go Tractor Driver Combo, photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Hash House A Go Go Tractor Driver Combo

Hash House A Go Go at The LINQ Hotel + Experience is known for its huge portions so a lot of menu items here count as over-the-top fare, but for a really outrageous meal, try the famous Tractor Driver Combo with two eggs, choice of bacon, sausage or potatoes with a massive buttermilk flapjack. Bring your appetite.

Cotton candy pancakes at the LINQ Promenade in Las Vegas

Cotton candy pancakes. Photo courtesy of The LINQ Hotel + Experience.

Maxies Cotton Candy Pancakes

Maxie’s at the LINQ Promenade has plenty of photo-worthy over-the-top dishes like Belgian waffles on a stick, outrageous milkshakes and mile-high deli sandwiches.

If you want really excessive dish, try the cotton candy pancakes – mixed berries stuffed in a stack of four pancakes topped with cotton candy cream cheese, whipped cream and cotton candy.

Want to explore more places to eat?  Check out all the restaurants in Las Vegas.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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