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Feast The Empire: Vegas Restaurants Paired With Your Travel Plans

Last updated: May 23, 2019 at 11:56 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. 1 Comment on Feast The Empire: Vegas Restaurants Paired With Your Travel Plans.

There are lots of reasons for traveling to Las Vegas – for fun, for a family trip, for a special occasion, a wedding, or maybe for a convention or business. You’ll be looking for places to eat when you’re here and you might need a restaurant specifically tailored to your travel plans.

We’ve broken down some Las Vegas restaurant suggestions for you based on your reason for visiting. These are the many ways you can feast across the empire:

Family Trip/traveling with kids

The Chicken Crunch at Cafe Hollywood Vegas restaurant at Planet Hollywood

The Chicken Crunch at Cafe Hollywood. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Hollywood at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

This 24-hour restaurant offers a large menu with a wide variety of offerings, so there’s something to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.

For breakfast you’ll find chocolate chip pancakes, cinnamon roll French toast or even banana split French toast with fresh strawberries and blueberries, chocolate chips, toasted almonds, banana, whipped cream and powdered sugar.

For lunch and dinner, kids will love the World Famous Chicken Crunch – chicken tenders with a crunchy sweet coating. There’s also pasta, noodle dishes and burgers. Don’t miss the Supernova Shakes for dessert. Kids will go crazy these over-the-top creations.

Vegas restaurant Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas

Burger Brasserie. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas

There’s plenty of kid-friendly food at this burger restaurant. Start out with chicken tenders or grilled bacon mac ‘n cheese. Of course, there are a wide variety of burgers, as well as sliders if you want a smaller kid-size portion.

For dessert, there’s shakes and smoothies. Try the Cap’N Crunch shake with vanilla ice cream and cereal. Just be sure to get the non-alcoholic version for the kids and the spiked one for yourself.

Special Occasion/Traveling with a Group

Group dining for special events on the patio at MR CHOW

The patio at MR CHOW can be reserved for your special occasion. Photo Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

MR CHOW at Caesars Palace

If you are celebrating a wedding or birthday or some other special occasion with a group, MR CHOW can accommodate you. They offer a private dining room for up to 60 guests, there’s a beautiful outdoor terrace reception option available or you can even buy out the entire restaurant.

Dishes here are served family style, which is also perfect for groups. Be sure to try the hand-pulled MR CHOW noodles, scallion pancakes, green prawns, Beijing duck and crispy beef.

 

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Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars palace

If you’re here for a bachelor or bachelorette party or are looking for a private place for your group dinner, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill can help. The restaurant features two private dining rooms – one for 12 and one for 32 people. There’s also a semi-private room for 80.

Celeb chef Gordon Ramsay serves up his elevated British pub food here. Tasty options include fish & chips, traditional shepherd’s pie, roasted Scottish salmon and Ramsay’s famous Beef Wellington. Don’t even think about skipping the sticky toffee pudding for dessert.

Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace.

Feast like the Romans at the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace

If you have a group, what better place to go than a buffet? There’s literally something for every taste. Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace is one of the most popular buffets in town, for good reason – there are hundreds of dishes to choose from and many are served on small plates so you can try a little bit of everything. There are also daily chef’s specials added to the menu depending on the season.

Enjoy dishes including prime rib, chilled crab legs, oysters, lamb, tri-tip, salads, pho, fresh sushi and so much more. Don’t miss the endless dessert options like made-to-order crepes, homemade gelato and baked-to-order chocolate lava cake.

Traveling on a Budget

Vegas pizza restaurant at Caesars Palace - DiFara Pizza

DiFara pepperoni pizza. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Forum Food Court at caesars palace

If you’re on a budget, this food court has lots of options with really good food at wallet-friendly prices.

Some of the top choices include The Halal Guys, where you can pick up a tasty chicken or beef gyro platter, falafel or hummus.

At Earl of Sandwich you can enjoy delicious sandwiches on fresh baked artisan bread. East Coast favorite DiFara Pizza serves up tasty pies and other Italian favorites.

Paradise Garden Buffet restaurant at Flamingo Las Vegas

A beautiful view at Paradise Garden Buffet. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Paradise Garden Buffet at Flamingo Las Vegas

If you’re looking for a buffet on a budget, try the Flamingo’s Paradise Garden Buffet. They serve a daily brunch, so why not combine your breakfast and lunch to save money? The buffet starts at $21.99 on weekdays.

You’ll find a made-to-order omelet station and waffles for breakfast. Lunch-inspired dishes include American, Asian and Southern influenced food. There’s also a complete salad bar. Ending on a sweet note, the buffet features a dessert bar and made-to-order crepes.

Bonus: When you eat at this buffet, you’ll enjoy a beautiful view of the hotel’s flamingo habitat.

Traveling with an unlimited budget

Restaurant Guy Savoy's signature dishes, the artichoke and black truffle soup.

One of Restaurant Guy Savoy’s signature dishes, the artichoke and black truffle soup. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace

If money is no object on your trip, we suggest Restaurant Guy Savoy. The famed French chef designed this restaurant to emulate the menu of his Paris restaurant. You can taste many classic Savoy dishes such as the artichoke and black truffle soup, the Colors of Caviar or the seared foie gras.

If you want to really indulge, there’s the Krug Chef’s Table where you can pair a gourmet tasting menu with Champagne.

Sterling Brunch at Bally's Las Vegas - Brunch restaurant

The Sterling Brunch at Bally’s Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Sterling Brunch at Bally’s Las Vegas

This brunch buffet has been a popular Las Vegas splurge for more than 30 years. Enjoy endless pours of Champagne and a buffet line full of Alaskan king crab legs, lobster tails, lamb, prime rib, sushi and oysters.

There’s an omelet station, truffle mashed potatoes, banana bread pudding French toast and so much more. You can also get made-to-order food from your server like lobster bisque, eggs Benedict and Belgian waffles.

Traveling for a romantic getaway/wedding

The view from the Eiffel Tower Restaurant in Las Vegas

You can’t beat the view from the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas

It doesn’t get much more romantic than the Eiffel Tower. This restaurant, located more than 100 feet above the Strip, offers breathtaking views. You can dine on traditional French food and other classics including veal medallions, roasted rack of lamb, prime rib, salmon and Dover sole. Accompaniments include creamed spinach, potato gratin and roasted Brussels sprouts.

VooDoo Steak at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

VooDoo Steak at Rio Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

VooDoo Steak at Rio Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

This romantic restaurant sits atop the 51st floor of the Rio Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, offering a spectacular view of the Strip.

Impress your date with Duroc pork ribeye, Jidori chicken, lobster, Wagyu beef, dry-aged bone-in ribeye, filet mignon and more.

Traveling on a diet

Healthy Vegas restaurant option is Nobu Restaurant, featured is Yellow Tail

Yellowtail with jalapeno. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Palace

If you want to stick to a healthy diet when you’re in Vegas, try Nobu Restaurant where you can dine on fresh seafood, imported Asian fish, vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.

We love the yellowtail sashimi with jalapeno, edamame, shishito peppers, black cod miso, shrimp and vegetables, roasted cauliflower and roasted seasonal vegetables.

Lemon spaghetti at GIADA is a featured healthy option

Lemon spaghetti at GIADA. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

GIADA at The Cromwell

What if we told you that you can eat your Italian favorites and still be healthy? You can at GIADA, where celeb chef Giada De Laurentiis serves Italian cuisine but with lighter California influences. Start with antipasti like marinated olives, baby sweet peppers, artichoke or mushroom crostini.

Other lighter choices include charred octopus salad, a vegan eggplant stack, rigatoni with a vegetable Bolognese and Giada’s famous spaghetti with shrimp, lemon and basil.

Traveling for Business

Steak is the specialty at Old Homestead, located in Caesars Palace

Steak is the specialty at Old Homestead. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Old Homestead Steakhouse at caesars palace

Take your clients for a meal at this famous New York restaurant. The elegant dark wood interior and leather booths will impress, as will the 15,000-bottle wine cellar.

Start out with appetizers like crab cakes, seared foie gras and oysters Rockefeller.

The dry-aged steaks by Pat LaFrieda are the star here. Choose from filet mignon, New York strip, bone-in Porterhouse, lollipop ribeye for two and more. Pair your meat with lobster mac and cheese, duck fat fries, truffle mashed potatoes and other delicious options.

gordon ramsay hell’s kitchen at caesars palace

Beef Wellington at Gordon Ramsay's HELL's KITCHEN.

Beef Wellington at Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen. Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace.

If you want to close a deal, take your business associate to a memorable dinner at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace. This chic fine dining restaurant serves top-notch dishes from the celebrity chef and draws inspiration from the hit television show.

Red and Blue kitchens serve up modern cuisine including braised short rib, roasted rack of lamb, Jidori chicken scallopini and crispy skin salmon.

You’ll also want to try Ramsay’s signature Beef Wellington, served medium rare and garnished with glazed root vegetables, potato puree and red wine demi-glace.

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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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One Response

  1. Alex

    Great feature. A place I enjoy is Tilted Kilt, on the Linq Prominade. It’s great for watching sports; and has beautiful female employees taking care of you. The food’s great also.

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