Where to Eat on the Las Vegas Strip | The Best Restaurants for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Drinks

Where to Eat on the Las Vegas Strip | The Best Restaurants for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Drinks

I believe there are three types of people that visit Las Vegas – the partier, the gambler, and the foodie. I fall into the latter category. The Las Vegas Strip has hundreds of amazing restaurants and bars serving up some of the best food in the world by some of the best chefs in the world. If you are wondering where to eat on the Las Vegas strip, this guide is for you.

I have visited Las Vegas four times in the past four years. Each time, I am blown away by the restaurant quality on the strip. I’ve tried dozens of restaurants and compiled this list of the top three restaurants for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks. While this list does not capture every amazing restaurant in Las Vegas, it makes choosing where to eat more manageable.

Before you get into this guide, I have one disclaimer. Las Vegas is expensive. The estimated price per person on this list is based on someone ordering an entrée and drink. You don’t have to spend this much for every meal to have a good vacation. I recommend choosing one “nicer” restaurant each day, then save in other areas. Take advantage of sharing to try the great food without breaking the bank.

Now, enjoy my list of the best restaurants on the Las Vegas list. If I missed any of your favorites, let me know in the comments below.

For other Vegas tips, check out my guide to a girl’s weekend or romantic weekend in Vegas.

The Best Breakfast in Vegas


Location: The Cosmopolitan

Estimated Price Per Person: $15

Favorite Menu Item: Fairfax Sandwich – Soft scrambled eggs, chives, caramelized onions, cheddar cheese, and sriracha mayo on a brioche bun

If a Las Vegas night hits a little too hard, a breakfast sandwich from Eggslut is the best recovery. This is the only quick-service breakfast restaurant on the list. Although the line gets long, this is a fast breakfast option if you have other plans or just don’t feel like sitting down for a meal.

The menu is made up of breakfast sandwich options and other egg dishes. I’m not exaggerating when I say the Fairfax breakfast sandwich is the best I’ve ever had. It’s the perfect mix of savory, spicy, and satisfying.


Location: Park MGM

Estimated Price Per Person: $40

Favorite Menu Item: Eggs Benedict – English muffin with ham and a poached egg, covered in hollandaise sauce with breakfast potatoes.

Primrose feels like you’re having brunch inside of a quaint bed and breakfast in the country. The restaurant has multiple rooms that are decorated like a living room with loveseats, arm chairs, and a variety of other seating options.

The food and drinks at Primose are perfect if you are craving a classic American brunch. They serve all of your favorites and have generous portions.

Bouchon Bistro

Location: The Venetian

Estimated Price Per Person: $40

Favorite Menu Item: Quiche Florentine – Soft, creamy quiche with spinach and a side of greens

Bouchon Bistro, by chef Thomas Keller is one of my favorite breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas. Thomas Keller is the head chef of the famous restaurant, the French Laundry in Napa. He also owns multiple Bouchon Bistro and Bakery locations around the country.

The Bouchon Bistro in the Venetian will transport you to a French bistro with a great view of the hotel’s gardens. The food at Bouchon is fantastic and a great way to start your day.

Where to Eat Lunch on the Strip


Location: Park MGM

Estimated Price Per Person: $40

Favorite Menu Item: Tagliatelle Bolognese – Fresh-made pasta with a hearty Bolognese sauce

Eataly in the Park MGM hotel is the best restaurant in Vegas for a quick lunch. It is an Italian food market with stalls for all different types of Italian cuisine including meat, seafood, pizza, pasta, gelato, and more.

Eataly is a great restaurant in Vegas for groups. You can order plates from multiple stalls and share with a group, or each get what sounds best to you. There is also a charcuterie station, cocktail station, and wine station if you want to just get drinks with friends.

Mon Ami Gabi

Location: Paris

Estimated Price Per Person: $35

Favorite Menu Item: Croque Monsieur – Ham and gruyere sandwich with a rich mornay sauce

Between the Paris hotel and the restaurant, itself, it’s easy to forget that you aren’t in France. Mon Ami Gabi is a French bistro in the Paris hotel with a large patio and views of the Bellagio fountain.

French bistro food is one of my favorite cuisines for lunch. Think French onion soup, steak frites, escargot, and crusty French bread. Between the food, drinks, and atmosphere, this restaurant is a must-visit.

Nacho Daddy

Estimated Price Per Person: $35

Favorite Menu Item: Filet Mignon Nachos- House-made corn chips with grilled filet mignon, refried beans, cheese, ranchero sauce, salsa, guacamole, and sour cream

Nacho Daddy is by far the least classy restaurant on this list. But lets be honest, Las Vegas isn’t always classy. Nacho Daddy is an entire restaurant dedicated to nachos. They take nachos to the next level by featuring high-end ingredients such as filet mignon and lobster.

I recommend visiting Nacho Daddy with a group of at least 4 and getting a few nacho options to share.

The Best Dinner Restaurants in Las Vegas

Hell’s Kitchen

Location: Caesar’s Palace

Estimated Price Per Person: $100

Favorite Menu Item: Beef Wellington – Medium rare filet mignon wrapped in prosciutto and puff pastry served with a red wine demi-glace, roasted vegetables, and potato puree

Ever since I watched the show on FOX, I’ve wanted to visit Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas. As a big Gordon Ramsey fan, finally eating at his restaurant was an experience. If you too are a Hell’s Kitchen or Gordon Ramsey fan, you need to visit.

The menu features the same dishes you see on the show including lobster risotto, scallops, and beef wellington. The fixed three course menu is a great value to try the highlights of the menu. My one criticism of this restaurant is that the service was not to the level I’d expect for the price point.


Location: The Bellagio

Estimated Price Per Person: $75

Favorite Menu Item: Miso Marinated Salmon – Salmon with a miso marinade, butternut squash puree, shitake mushrooms, and yuzu butter

There are very few restaurants in Vegas with a better view than Spago. The head chef is celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, and the cuisine is Italian.

You can order anything from pasta to meat and seafood dishes. If you choose to dine at Spago, be sure to get a reservation and request a table with a view of the Bellagio fountain.

Location: Caesar’s Palace

Estimated Price Per Person: $100

Favorite Menu Item: Black Cod with Miso

Nobu is a bougie restaurant for bougie people. I first saw Nobu on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and immediately wanted to visit.

Nobu has Japanese food that you order through a series of small plates. Since there are many choices, I recommend asking your waiter to help you decide what to order. They can steer you based on your preferences and what’s the most popular.

Fun Bars on the Las Vegas Strip

Vanderpump Cocktail Garden

Location: Caesar’s Palace

Average Cocktail Price: $18

Favorite Menu Item: Please Her, Caesar – Vodka, Rose Champagne, Blackberry, Elderflower, Lemon, Aquafaba

The Vanderpump Cocktail Garden in Caesar’s Palace is such a vibe. The large bar has a bright neon sign, a lot of greenery, and a great atmosphere. If you are familiar with Lisa Vanderpump or Vanderpump rules, you need to check out this bar!

In addition to a super cool atmosphere, there are great drinks. They have fruity drink options that are great for a before-dinner stop and some great after-dinner cocktails as well.

Chandelier Bar

Location: The Cosmopolitan

Average Cocktail Price: $17

Favorite Menu Item: Original Sin – Bourbon, Cinnamon Whiskey, Peanut Butter Whiskey, 8-Spice Cocktail Sphere

The Chandelier Bar is a three-story bar that resembles a chandelier. Each floor has a unique menu, all with great options. My favorite level is the middle one, because you are fully surrounded by the crystal’s of the chandelier.

The Dorsey

Location: The Venetian

Average Cocktail Price: $18

Favorite Menu Item: Coconut White Russian – Vodka, Coconut, Coffee Liquor, Whipped Cream

The Dorsey is a high-end, classy cocktail bar in the Venetian hotel. I haven’t been myself, but from passing by it stood out as a great bar in Vegas. I’ve only heard great things about the drinks as well. If you’ve been, let me know your thoughts in the comments.

Summary of Where to Eat on the Las Vegas Strip

Overall, you could try a new restaurant in Vegas everyday for a year and not try them all. There are many fantastic options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks. There are also great options for all different cuisines and occasions.

This list of where to eat on the Las Vegas strip should help you narrow down all those options and decide where to go during your vacation.