On a typical day, there’s a line of locals snaking around the velvet ropes at this Gold Coast hangout.
Is there a greater joy than the aroma of a juicy double-double and fries?
For 40 years, Metro has been the foundation of the Vegas pizza scene.
Vegas simply wouldn’t be the same without Roberto’s.
People come from all over the world to worship at the altar of the Vegas buffet, and Bacchanal is its highest expression.
Sophistication, affordability and ambiance—this Paris Las Vegas favorite steakhouse has all that and more.
Capriotti’s is truly legendary sandwich shop.
This longtime Henderson hot spot squeaked past AYCE stalwart Sushi Mon for the Valley’s raw fish crown.
Count on a meal at Le Cirque to meet your bucket-list expectations.
From wedding cakes to sweet treats to spectacular sculptural creations, this third-generation family-owned bakery has been delighting fans since 1959.
The pastas are a warm hug from your nonna, and the pizzas are just as good.
Don’t let the neon clown or the midway acts distract you; this beloved Strip steakhouse stands as a prime destination for carnivores everywhere.
Beginning in the late ’90s, the center bar at this northwest Valley mainstay became the place to be for wine lovers.
You’ll find fresh fish expertly prepared, exotic delicacies and elegant ambiance at Nobu Matsuhisa’s high-end sushi palace.
Other Mama features a raw bar so fresh, you’ll swear you can feel the snap of a sea breeze on your face.
Gordon Ramsay's dishes are bold, innovative and ready for their close-up, whether on TV or your Insta feed.
Brunch is the most convivial meal of the week, best shared with several pals, and Hash House clearly gets that.
Since 2012, this local shop has combined outlandish creativity with a preservative-free, fresh-daily cooking ethos.
Omelet House has been serving up memorably huge portions of breakfast favorites to a wide array of the city’s movers and shakers since 1979.
Before Lotus’ 1999 launch at Commercial Center, Las Vegas diners had no idea what they’d been missing.