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Enjoy Dinner And A View At These Vegas Restaurants

Last updated: January 19, 2018 at 11:12 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Enjoy Dinner And A View At These Vegas Restaurants.

Location, location, location. When it comes to dining, the food is the most important thing, but the view is a close second. A good dinner is always better if you can people watch or gaze out at beautiful landmarks and lights while you eat.

Eat at these Las Vegas restaurants with a view and you’ll be posting more Instagram photos of your surroundings than of your food.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas

Eiffel Tower Restaurant at the Paris - Las Vegas restaurant with a viewThis restaurant is special because it’s located inside a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. Its position 100 feet above the Strip means you’ll also have some special views.

Make an early reservation and request a table by the floor-to-ceiling windows for maximum effect. You’ll enjoy views of the Strip and the fountain show across the street.

While you enjoy the romantic setting and the spectacular view, you’ll also be enjoying Chef J. Joho’s menu of French favorites. Try the crispy Loup de Mer, truffled chicken, Muscovy duck breast or a variety of steaks. Be sure to get a famous soufflé for dessert.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House at Harrah’s Las Vegas

This steakhouse is located on the second floor of Harrah’s Las Vegas. Floor-to-ceiling windows encase the dining room and offer stunning Strip views of the iconic Caesars Palace and The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.

Sit back, take in the view and indulge on menu items including a variety of sizzling USDA Prime steaks as well as chicken and seafood dishes. Pair entrees with sides like au gratin potatoes, lobster mac ‘n cheese, creamed spinach and roasted Brussels sprouts.

Top your meal off with dessert. Choices include white chocolate bread pudding, banana cream pie and fresh berries with sweet cream sauce.

Restaurants at The LINQ Promenade

Las Vegas restaurants with a view at LINQ Promenade offer a great patios to people watch

The LINQ Promenade is an open-air, pedestrian-friendly shopping, dining and entertainment district, which means the people watching opportunities are pretty great. Many of the restaurants here feature patios so you can sit outside and watch everyone walking by.

The patios also give you impressive views of the 550-foot-tall High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel located at the end of the LINQ Promenade.

Grab a patio seat at Flour & Barley, Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar, Off the Strip, Yard House, Virgil’s Real Barbecue or Jaburritos.

MR CHOW at Caesars Palace

MR CHOW at Caesars Palace offers a view of the pool - Las Vegas restaurant with a view The elegant MR CHOW restaurant sits on the second floor of Caesars Palace. Be sure to head out to the patio, which overlooks the breathtaking Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. The pool area features Roman architecture and seven distinct pools.

When it’s time for food, the dishes are served family-style so it’s good to try a little bit of everything. We suggest the hand-pulled MR CHOW Noodles, the green prawns and Beijing duck.

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Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas

Mon Ami Gabi at the Paris - Las Vegas restaurant with a view of the Strip

When in Paris (or Paris Las Vegas), do like the French do and sit in a sidewalk café like Mon Ami Gabi. This sidewalk just happens to be the Las Vegas Strip.

Gaze up at the Eiffel Tower while you nosh on steak frites, trout almondine, country pâté and French onion soup. You’ll also have great people watching opportunities and views of the fountain show across the street.

HEXX Kitchen + Bar at Paris Las Vegas

Up close and personal at HEXX Kitchen + Bar - Las Vegas restaurant with a view of the Strip

HEXX Kitchen + Bar at Paris Las Vegas. Photo by Anthony Mair.

If you want to get up close and personal with people watching on the Strip, HEXX Kitchen + Bar’s Strip-side patio is the place to do it. You’ll be sitting right along the sidewalk where you can watch street performers and all of the people walking by. You’ll also have a great view of the fountain show.

Dine on American food favorites 24 hours a day including pasta, pizza, steak, burgers and more. You’ll definitely want to linger over dessert made from HEXX’s on-site bean-to-bar chocolate factory.

GIADA at The Cromwell

Dine at GIADA you can see views of the fountains - Las Vegas restaurant with a viewCelebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis’ restaurant overlooks one of the busiest intersections in town and you’ll have a great vantage point from the massive windows. GIADA is located on The Cromwell’s second floor, which makes for beautiful views of the Strip and fountains across the street.

Dine on Italian favorites like pasta, Tuscan ribeye, veal chop saltimbocca and branzino. Be sure to ask for a table by the garage-style windows, especially if the weather is nice. The windows are retractable, giving guests an al fresco-like dining experience.

VooDoo Steakhouse at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

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VooDoo Steakhouse is located on the 50th floor of Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and it faces the Strip so you can imagine the awesome views.

Dine on seafood, lamb chops, chicken and a variety of steaks. Sides include tempura green beans, broccoli rabe and VooDoo Fries with truffle oil, Parmesan and garlic.

After dinner you can head up the staircase to the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub on the 51st floor. Enjoy a cocktail and the outdoor patio or dance the night away.

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville at Flamingo Las Vegas

Margaritaville at Flamingo Las Vegas

Escape to the islands at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, a Caribbean-themed restaurant and bar at Flamingo Las Vegas. The multi-level restaurant features two outdoor patios. The patio downstairs offers lots of people-watching opportunities. Head to the upstairs patio for more of a bird’s-eye view of the Strip below.

The menu features island-inspired eats like Key West chicken quesadillas, seafood mac & cheese, a Cuban sandwich and of course, Key lime pie for dessert. Don’t leave without having a famous margarita or boat drink.

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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 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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