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The Best 5-Star Restaurants In Las Vegas

Twenty exemplary places to grab a well-deserved bite.

By The Smoking Chair Editors  |  Sep 27, 2021

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If you’re looking for a dining experience that will take your breath away [figuratively speaking] Las Vegas has perhaps more options than any other city in the world. Here are some of our favorites.

Las Vegas


$$$Japanese, Sushi Bars, Seafood

My mom and I just had the most amazing dinner at a little hole in the wall restaurant in the Las Vegas suburbs

Sushi Hiroyoshi was the most delightful sushi experience I have ever had.  Better than Nobu (and half the price) and on par with the sushi we had at Tsukiji Market in Tokyo.

The 7-course omakase dinner left me beaming with joy and a very full stomach.  The care they took in presentation, hospitality, and food prep was top notch. I literally couldn’t stop smiling.  

The service was warm, friendly, and professional – they took the time to describe every dish as it came out so you knew what you were eating. The presentation was beautiful and completely embraced the idea that you eat with your eyes first.  The food itself was delicious and in perfect serving sizes. I love that the sushi was a little on the small size so you could enjoy it in one bite.

If you want to go, make a reservation in advance. Due to social distancing, they only have about 6 tables to serve people, so don’t miss out by not planning ahead!

I love this place and I hope to be able to visit for many years to come.

— Review by Mari T.

Las Vegas


$$$Japanese, Barbecue, Seafood

Wagyu yakiniku? Yes please!!

After a trip to Japan, I quickly fell in love with Japanese BBQ.. I might even dare to say I prefer JBBQ over KBBQ.. and I’m Korean!!

Japanese BBQ really focuses on the simplicity of the flavor of the beef itself. High quality beef shines on its own!

Samurai offers various combos that include a combo of American Wagyu. I recommend trying a combo for satiety but for the FULL experience please order the A5 Wagyu sampler. Yes the portion is tiny but the meat is AMAZING. Melt in your mouth japanese wagyu for a reasonable price (in comparison to some of the restaurants on the strip).

Service was good and the restaurant is clean and tidy! Japanese BBQ is hard to find and this is a quality restaurant.

— Review by Jen Y.


Las Vegas


$$$$Sushi Bars, Japanese

Its official. This is my “Go to” omakase experience in Vegas. This definitely sits near the top of many notable places I have tried throughout the country and brings a wave of nostalgia to all those eats in japan in Tsukiji and proper places. This joint is a Edomae Omakase spot which means multiple single set dishes and is focused on marrying and blending many different flavors to maximize the flavors of the fish. The joint (like many others) have two slots per night and you have to reserve on RESY in advance to score a seat. This spot is in a plaza with many restaurants and I have actually never noticed it given its subtle décor and entranceway. Parking is a bit tight if you go during the peak hours but thankfully I was in the first seating so it was easy to nab a spot.

The service was extremely friendly from the entrance and throughout the meal. The various chefs each had their personalities and the bar experience of watching them all at work was of course a delight. There are two menus for each seating ($120 and $175 per person option) and there are some nuances (including a grilled item) and different preparations of a few of the courses. The preparation for every single dish really accentuated each of the flavors. I was thoroughly impressed. The quality of the fish was top notch and definitely the best I have had in vegas hands down. The first entrée had preparations of scallop/tuna/crab and all of it phenomenal. The presentation was on point. The seabass was made really well and the supplemental ingredients were perfect complimentary. Each of the fish cuts were extremely fresh and loved the rice that they used as it was definitely authentic. The Uni and ikura were amazingly delicious. When you order a la carte, the uni serving is extremely generous. I was extremely impressed throughout the meal and know that this will definitely be in the rotation.

You definitely will walk out full and impressed. One thing to note no one asked about allergies? For us it wasn’t a problem but maybe worth stating upfront if you have any allergies. Honestly best omakase in vegas no doubt and definitely a worthy contender even on the national stage and better than even some of the SF and NYC places I have been to. Don’t sleep on the experience.

— Review by Dan M.

Las Vegas


$$$$Brazilian, Steakhouses

During a trip to Vegas for a birthday and family visit, I decided to eat somewhere that would give me the meat sweats in the best way possible. Galpao Gaucho did just that.

The restaurant followed perfect protocol with keeping the patrons safe. We had plenty of room between tables and they took reservations to insure they could keep great distance between everyone.

The meat – oh my goodness – the meat. My favorite cuts were the bacon wrapped filet mignon, the lamb chops, ribeye, and the picanha. I also had grilled shrimp which weren’t rubbery or over-seasoned. And as a seafood lover, it pains me to say this, but I’d pass them over for the lamb and filet mignon each time.

The bottom sirloin, beef tenderloin and other cuts were tasty, but I got a LOT of sea salt with them, so be aware of that.

Our host was wonderful, and the gachos were attentive. And if what you want hasn’t come out, remember you can ask for it and it will be sent right over.

The sides are okay, but I rarely eat them, except for the fried banana to clean my palate between meats. There was grilled pineapple, which I didn’t try because I love my tastebuds, but my friend did and she said it was great. It smelled so sweet and perfect too! I wish I didn’t love my tastebuds, and I would have gladly let them itch for a slice of the pineapple.

Favorite topping? Chimichurri for sure.

The salad bar is more my speed for my sides. I know that they are supposed to be a pre-meal snack, but adding greens with the meat makes me feel a LITTLE better about the sheer amount of meat I consume. Who am I kidding? I’d feel good about it either way. The food is good, and I’d go back in a minute as soon as I touched down in Vegas again.

I wish I had photos to show you, but the restaurant was dimly lit, I suppose to keep you from realizing that you’re putting away that much meat – did I mention how good it was?

Just trust me. If you’re a lover of different cuts of beef, pork and chicken legs, you’ll have a great time.

— Review by Natasha N.


Las Vegas


$$$Korean, Barbeque 

Sooooo good!! We loved our Hobak experience in Seoul Korea, so HAD to check out this place while in Vegas.

Cons: they do not take reservations but they do take a wait list but you will physically have to check in to write your name, number, and how many ppl down and they will call you once your table is ready. We went twice and both times waited about an hour and a half.

Pros: Wait next door in the coolest/cutest coffee shop and check it out!

We went with C1 Combo for 4 and it was sooo good.
I actually loved the touch of rosemary on the Kbbq. The cheese with the meat was divine. All the side dishes were tasty too!

We loved the aesthetics of the 90’s Seoul and the dessert at the end is a must. Save room. Everything was soooo good.

All the servers were grill masters and timed everything out perfectly. My Filipino brother (sorry I forgot your name :((( you were amazing!!! Thank you for taking care of us!! Everyone and everything was 100/100 for us. Wish we had you in Chicago. Keep feeding that KBBQ for those in Vegas! Everyone needs to go experience it.

— Review by Yura L.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Hot Pot, Chinese

First time here after hearing rave reviews, and the place did not disappoint. It’s a traditional Chinese hot pot where you get your own pot. We went with the tomato based oxtail broth, per recommendation from our waiter. So glad we did because the broth was so good. Super flavorful yet light. We ordered a beef combo, veggie combo, and a bunch of other stuff we pulled off the conveyor belt. I think the star was the Inari shrimp paste, also a rec from our trusty waiter. Takes 20 mins to make so get your order in early, definitely worth it.  

It is off the strip, so plan that Uber/Lyft.
Nothing like a nice broth to cure that hangover.

— Review by Julie L.


Las Vegas


$$$ • Italian, Pizza, Cocktail Bars

Our first night in Vegas and we decided to have a wonderful romantic dinner off the strip at La Strega. We chose to dine in the quieter patio section of the restaurant. I was just in love with the cool green and blue hues of the decor. I started my meal with the Alessandra cocktail, which came out in a beautiful peacock  goblet. I enjoyed it very much –the wonderful mix of toasted coconut rum, Bianco vermouth, absinthe, passionfruit, pineapple and vanilla. My fiancé enjoyed his beer. For our main entrees, we both settled on the Stracci pasta dishes. The Stracci dish is pappardelle pasta with braised beef cheeks, mushrooms, pecorino and sage. You get a very nice size portion, so much so that we even had leftovers to take back to our hotel. A huge thanks to our waiter, Troy, who was on point with all of his recommendations. We already can’t wait to come back here next time we’re in Vegas!


**Takeout is available.

**There are plenty of parking spots in the lot by the restaurant.

**They won the Eater Vegas’ Restaurant of the Year in 2019.

— Review by Adriana F.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Seafood

Dodger game was on and my family and I were searching for an exquisite seafood restaurant to watch the game.  We decided on the Water Grill and headed on over.  I’m glad we did.

We sat at the seafood bar to watch the Dodger game and chatted with Bryant, who was preparing the fresh oysters and scallops beautifully (see my pic).  After watching Bryant, we had to order some Kumamoto oysters, scallops and sample the shrimp.  Delicious!  Love the small/medium size and slight sweetness of Kumamoto oysters, $38.40 for a dozen.  Amazing Peruvian Bay Scallops with a pistachio and light, citrus pesto, $32.10 for a dozen (see my pic).  Get the scallops and oysters, they won’t disappoint.

Our server was “K” and he was prompt and attentive.  Checked in with our party of 3 often and made sure food was prepared to our liking and needs met.

Great food, good service and Dodgers won (YAY!!!) …Thanks Water Grill, for an evening well spent.  Stay safe and healthy (mind, body and soul) Yelping out there 🙂

— Review by Jules B.


Las Vegas


$$$$ • Japanese, Sushi Bars

Just a week ago we were in Las Vegas debating the wisdom of dropping some $$ on omakase in the middle of the desert. We’ve eaten at Morimoto’s in Philly and Nobu in NYC, and had a scandalously not worth it omakase (four figure$!) at another place in NYC.   But we didn’t want to eat in a hotel on the strip, and were feeling like taking a gamble. So off we go to Kame Omakase.

The other reviews that say it was the best meal of their lives do not exaggerate. The care taken with the perfectly sourced ingredients as well as the friendly but well-choreographed service – it made every other sushi I’ve ever eaten (including lengthy stays in Japan) taste like supermarket sushi by comparison. Every bite was pure heaven.

Splurge and do it- you won’t regret it. (I did feel a little sorry for an early review of Kame where it seemed like the experience was the reviewer’s first experience with sushi. He loved it-but if that is your first sushi, you are always going to be disappointed unless you are eating at Kame!!)

I seriously hate Vegas but I WILL come back to eat here again.

— Review by Rita P.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Korean, Barbeque, Steakhouses

Good quality meats, good side dishes, and very attentive staffs!

Party of 3 shared a beef & pork mix combo $128.99 (?), which came with 4 cuts of meat, corn cheese, variety of side dishes, kimchi stew, and a steamed egg.

Loved that they cook for you and every cut of the meat was delicious. (But my favorite of the night was the marinated spicy pork!)

— Review by Joyce L.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Seafood, Salad, Soup

5/5 stars! This place is really, REALLY GOOD!

If you’re craving oysters, or any seafood this is the place to go. It’s a little restaurant tucked in a little plaza. Reservations are required since it’s a small restaurant.

Fast service, very nice employees, and the chef(probably the owner also) also stops by your table to check in and see how the meal is.

If you have any left overs, the servers will come and pack it for you – super nice!

As for the food, the oysters are my favorite!!! The Kushi and the Kumamoto are delish! They’re so small, so I could eat a ton of them!

The New England Clam Chowder bread bowl- prob the best here in Vegas!! HANDS DOWN! The bread bowl itself is WOW. It’s a flaky sourdough bread – not hard at all. It’s soft, doesn’t cut up the roof of your mouth (if you know you know).

Chowder fries are so bomb!! I mean cmon, clam chowder & fries together? YES!

The jambalaya and the pan roast are both bomb entrees as well.

Def want to come back and try other things. My fave place to go for seafood for sure!

— Review by Jana E.

Las Vegas


$$$$ • French

This was a special occasion and it did not disappoint. As soon as you walk through the door you feel like you have walked into something quite elegant and special. You are welcomed with friendly faces and we knew we were going to be take care of throughout the entire night.

We experienced the 9 course chefs table experience and I have never been so wowed and amazed by such culinary finesse! Chef Yuri and Vincent are brilliant with every dish we were presented with. Every flavor together within a dish elevated the experience all the way till the very end. I couldn’t wait till the next plate was about to come to our table.

The front of house staff were just delightful! Enhancing the experience, clearly explaining and presenting the dish perfectly as if they knew were going to be documenting every moment with out iphones. lol. Even though they were wearing masks you knew that they had big smiles excited to serve us.

There is nothing else I can say. I highly recommend heading over to chinatown and Be prepared to be taken away to another culinary world with flavors you never thought you would experience in this way before.

— Review by Nicole K.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Japanese, Korean, Barbeque


The reviews do not lie. This place was absolutely delicious. The menu is really all fair prices for a great high quality Korean bbq restaurant. QUALITY def over Quantity.

FOOD QUALITY: the quality is super amazing! I recommend the beef belly marinated. The portions for meat are okay sized but definitely filling!

SERVICE The service is amazing. Our server Alvin was super kind and friendly.

Overall: WOULD COME BACK 100%. This place beats all those scalpers on the strip who take your money and give you nasty food. It’s a 10 min drive from the Strip but it’s worth it by all means. PARKING was super easy in the big lot they have.

— Review by Daryn N.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Italian, Cocktail Bars

We went to Al Solito twice and our experience with them only gets better & better.

We sat at the bar on our first visit & in the dinning room for second visit.  I love the vibes there!  

Food was delicious, wine was excellent and service was was impeccable!

Our fav was fried burrata.  I loved the texture of fried burrata which was crunchy on the outside & soft melted cheese inside.  The marinara sauce tasted flavorful & the citrus was just perfectly right to cut the grease!  I was drowned in my cheese heaven.  

The Sunday gravy was good and textbook perfect, unfortunately the meatball was a bit tough.  

My friend loved his chicken parm so much and claimed it was the best one he has ever tried!!

Kudos to the excellent service by Lori, Chris & Anthony.  They are excellent.  Lori was super nice & attentive, she helped us picked a nice bottle and we were not disappointed!  Chris & Anthony came to check on us numerously during the night.  And they are so funny!  

This is absolutely my new fav Italian restaurant and I will recommend to my friends.

— Review by Queenie L.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Cantonese, Cocktail Bars, Breakfast & Brunch

We came in on a Saturday afternoon, the owner Ken was there and greeted us with some very detailed introduction of their foods and the story behind this restaurant which made us feel very welcomed. Our server Regina was also very attentive and friendly. We got 2 Mocktails, Chinglish Sangria and Pearl mojito, I personally liked the Pearl mojito more because it was super refreshing with the minty taste to it, it helps to cleanse while eating the greasy/heavy tasting(good greasy) foods. The Chinglish Sangria was great too, it’s very fruity but a bit to the sweeter side. Appetizers, we got the cha shu lollipop and the Poh poh’s dumplings, the lollipop was rich in flavor, the meat had a good mixture of some fat and some lean cut and they definitely cooked it long enough for the flavor to be in the meat instead of just on the meat if you know what I mean. Their dumplings are all handmade with lots of stuffings in it, again full of flavor and the sauce that came with it had a tangy taste to it which went perfect with the dumplings. Our entrees were the chicken Portuguese fried rice with chicken and half pecking duck. The Portuguese fried rice wowed me because the chicken was so good to an addicting level. It’s hard to find restaurants that can make their chicken this good, it was very crispy on the surface and super tender and juicy inside, and the sauce for this dish was heavy but not in a bad way, I can taste the curry and coconut flavor, it was just overall a great combination. Pecking duck was good too, the pictures can’t justify. The skin was crispy but full of flavor and the meat was not dry at all, we ate everything we ordered today. Dessert, we decided to try something different so instead of the chocolate cake we got the mango coconut tapioca, I’m glad we went with Regina (our server)’s recommendation, it was indeed refreshing and also with cute presentation for pictures. We like this restaurant so much we were already talking about what other items we want to try the next time we come in.

— Review by Wei Chieh C.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Steakhouses, Seafood, Cocktail Bars

Such a hidden gem located right off the strip. Once inside, it takes you to a whole new experience. Love the ambiance of the place and the cool decorations like portraits of famous people on the wall.

Service is beyond spectacular, they always make sure you are well taken care of. Benny , our waiter, made our first experience here wonderful!

Love their happy hours, they have the best deals! I recommend taking advantage!

Here are some things we ordered:

– Bread with butter: 5/5 fresh bread and soft butter, a must!

– spicy mussels – 5/5 a friend recommended and it didn’t disappoint. It has a spicy kick too it but it wasn’t bad at all. They give you plenty of mussels to share with the table. And their sauce is packed with flavor.

– New York steak – 4/5 big portion and flavor is perfect. We ordered it with their cleaver sauce and maple bacon butter, it was all so good!

– pork belly Mac n cheese: 2/5 It sounded great on the menu but it was okay. I felt that the pork belly was a bit too salty and the Mac n cheese was not anything extraordinary.

Overall would come again!

— Review by Sheena F.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Steakhouses, Butcher, Meat Shops

Our party of four is unanimous in giving this place our best review. We were so pleased to have Jorge as our server, and Beth as the manager ensuring that our dining experience was top-notch. We liked the farm-to-table concept of the restaurant, and the various options for brunch. Furthermore, we liked the story of how the restaurant owners and managers helped their employees during the lean times of the pandemic. That surely earned them the loyalty of their staff whose dedication is so obvious by how they treat their guests.

Upon Jorge’s recommendation, we had portabello mushroom fries and pork belly bacon as appetizers. The bacon was so good that two of us bought fresh cuts from the butcher downstairs (another huge plus, to be able to buy various cuts of meat right at the premises!)

We had eggs benedict, steak and salad, short ribs salsa for our main course — and really enjoyed our choices. Glad to know they offer virgin mojitos for the teetotalers who liked their drink as much as the others who had the bottomless mimosa.

What a delightful place, wonderful staff, scrumptious food! We had such a wonderful brunch, and will most definitely come back again and again. It certainly helps that they are located in Tivoli Village, that in itself a favorite place that reminds us so much of Italy due to its incredible architectural details.

— Review by Pacita D.

Las Vegas


$$$ • American (New), Seafood

WOOOOOW… please understand… IT’S DIFFICULT to get a WOOOOOW out of me lol. I have to say that my wife and I came here on our mini honeymoon because we watch the show. I was cautioned not to come here prior to our arrival by a former Vegas chef.

Throwing caution to the wind, (actually our reservations were made in February for August) we pulled up for our 10pm dinner service. That was the last one available. We were greeted by a lady who confirmed the reservation. We were then directed to the MOST AMAZING HOST I’ve ever had… we do this fine dining thing a couple of times a year for the last 10. It’s a real treat if you’re able to get Charles as your host. We couldn’t say enough good things about this man!!

The wife ordered the prefix signature meal and I ordered the lobster risotto and filet mignon with lobster. Before we did that, Charles recommended we try a Ramsey Mojito…(That’s what we’re calling it lol) I thought it had rum in it. It was Gin. The wife and I are both against gin in general. This drink tasted like there was zero alcohol in it. . That’s dangerous man . It was ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!! I drank 2 before I realized it was actual alcohol in it lol.

Wife started with the heirloom tomato burrata salad with mozzarella. Yaaaasss. It was pretty good. We upgraded her meal with wine pairings. I had my 1st ever lobster risotto and I must say, it was heaven in my mouth. I got half way through before I realized I hadn’t touched the lobster. That’s how good it was. Once again, the wife is not a fan of lobster because she hates the texture. She was forking my lobster into her mouth because it was perfection!!

Next, our entrées arrived… right on time. She had the beef wellington and I hate the filet mignon with lobster. Both were cooked to perfection and melted like butter in my mouth. The wellington had some sort of flaky crust with some mushroom something… I hate both of those but I loved them here… I mean LOVED them!!

We finished the night with sticky toffee pudding. We only ordered 1 but Charles noticed our “Mr. and Mrs.” masks we were wearing and brought us 2. He knew honeymooners when he saw them.

I cannot say enough good about this service.  It was well worth the price of admission. We’re already planning on returning asap lol.

— Review by Hey-Sus B.

Las Vegas


$$$$ • French

Oh my god ! Since forever, I had only dreamed of coming to this restaurant, and now I’m here writing this review. On 08/28/2021, my best friend had taken me here for my birthday. She had made reservations when the restaurant re-opened in 06/2021 after COVID shut down in 2020 (i think).

Located in the corner with the KA Theater to the left, it’s 1-Michelin sister restaurant L’Atelier De Joël Robuchon to the right, the front of Joël Robuchon Restaurant almost looks like a separate “building” with its closed, tall, curved glass double doors that are opened by someone attending the inside.

We were promptly seated upon arrival at our table in the middle, between the large chandelier and fireplace. Very dim, “romantic” environment. Felt a bit out of place. Had tried to pay attention to how I sat cuz I felt like if i didn’t, id make this place look bad. HAHA

Menu’s are simple.

2 “Dégustation” (tasting) menus ($375 and $445) which are set menu’s. You don’t get to pick or change anything, just select which menu and that’s it.

4 “Express A Composer Selon Votre Appetit” menus ($127, $169, $198, and $250) varying from 1 main course, up to 2 appetizers + 2 main course. You pick which appetizer’s, main course, and dessert you want.

We had picked the $198 option which includes Amuse-Bouche, 2 appetizers, 1 main course. Between all 3 of us, we had ordered the items below. But before those appeared, the “bread cart” comes and also a “dessert cart” after your meals dessert… yep.. double desserts… (or in my case, it was triple dessert)

The ‘bread cart” contains like 15 different breads made on-site in their bakery ranging from mini baguettes and croissants to milk breads and bacon breads and breads made with saffron, olive oil. My fav’s were the croissant, milk bread, saffron bread.


A corn soup with Iberico ham, popcorn, and yuzu jelly. Very smooth, sweet corn soup w/ a nice saltiness from the Iberico ham and brightness from the yuzu jelly. Popcorn felt a bit weird.

(Cold/Hot Appetizers)

“La Tomate” – Tomato candies invigorated with gazpacho and lemon virgin olive oil. A “French boba” hehe. Very delicious and refreshing dish !

“Le Homard du Maine” – Maine lobster in thinly sliced turnip with sweet and sour dressing. Simple but light dish accenting the lobster meat.

“LOeuf du Poule” – Semi-soft boiled egg on a spinach puree with comte cheese sauce. Perfectly soft boiled egg with a creamy rich yolk mixed with comte cheese sauce. Didn’t notice the spinach puree…

“La Langoustine” – Truffled langoustine ravioli served with simmered cabbage and foie gras sauce (+$35). Chef Robuchon’s signature dish. Ravioli stuffed with langoustine in a beautiful, velvety smooth foie gras sauce with finely minced shaved black truffle on top.

“L’Artichaut Violet” – Violet artichoke and foie gras salad with parmesan shavings. Never had cold foie gras before. Guess its more towards the pate realm. Artichoke is nice and bright contrasting the smooth, rich foie gras.

“Le Foie Gras de Canard” – Seared duck foie gras with Kriek soaked cherries stuffed with almonds. Another mind blowing dish. Never had foie gras served with fruit. The duck foie gras had a nice deep duck flavor while being rich and fatty while the cherry’s tartness cuts through that fattiness.

(Main Course)

“Le Black Cod” – Caramelized black cod in Malabar pepper sauce with spinach. We were a bit worried about the Malabar pepper sauce. Person who ordered it wasn’t much of a black pepper fan but the flavor was completely not what we expected. Instead of a spicy, aromatic sauce, it was much more tame. 2 of us are of Cantonese origin. It reminded us of a black bean sauce used in Cantonese cuisine. Very soft, supple fish with a nice sauce.

“Le Porc Iberique” – Caramelized secreto of Iberico pork, condiments and herbs salad. Amazingly flavorful pork cooked to perfection with a very unique mouthfeel similar to pork jowl.


“Le Parfum des Iles” – Caramelized banana and passion fruit cream, aged Rum granite and coconut foam. Bright fresh passion fruit mixed with cream, split second rum flavor and airy coconut foam.

“Le Papillon Chocolat” – Smooth hazelnut milk chocolate cremeax with coffee Chantilly and praline ice cream. Smooooth hazelnut milk chocolate mousse with a coffee cream. Beautiful looking dessert w/ chocolate butterflies.

Last but not least, DESSERT CART ! Over 30 different items to pick from including 3 items that are “made to order” (crème brulee, panna cotta, and rum cake) Not going to describe anything here. They’re good, but not as good as the dessert from the dinner.

Overall, man did I feel out of place. Despite being fully suited, the atmosphere is “formal” but “casual” but you don’t want to be the one that makes the place “look bad” LOL Service was very attentive and super friendly!

Little did I know, even the “flat” water is Acqua Panna, and its $10 a bottle, and I drank a lot of water… feels bad…..

— Review by Andrew C.

Las Vegas


$$$ • Seafood, Steakhouses, Wine Bars

The aged bone in rib-eye is one of the best I’ve ever had. Cooked to perfection, tender, and dripping with fatty goodness. It’s as close to perfect as you can get.

The crab stuffed shrimps were delectable. Simple and tasty.

Lobster Mac and cheese is a popular side and for good reason. This version was delicious in every way. Lots of meaty lobster.

The key lime pie was a little off. Too cold and a little hard. But the flavor was spot on.  

Service was on point.

— Review by Rolando N.