Restaurants on the Strip
Up and down the famed Las Vegas Boulevard are plenty of places to eat. Great places. World-renowned places. Celebrity-chef places.
Las Vegas Strip restaurants, naturally, lean toward the dramatic. The Strip is a spectacular place, and the restaurants, naturally, do their best to fit right in. Some have even referred to these over-the-top eateries as movie sets with food. more...From a prime location just off the boulevard, grab a frozen margarita and hot salsa and enjoy the scene from Diablos Cantina, a two-story Mexican joint at Monte Carlo Resort, or down a cold Guinness from Nine Fine Irishmen at New York-New York. Both give you plenty of time to socialize and scrutinize the frenzy of tourists below!Planet Hollywood is center Strip and offers two incredible views of the city. Grab a tequila from Cabo Wabo Cantina while people-watching from the outdoor patio - the servers are just as tantalizing as the view! Or mosey up to the bar at PBR Rock Bar & Grill and enjoy the view of CityCenter by MGM Mirage. Yes - they have it all!High atop the Strip, inside the replica landmark, chef J. Joho's Eiffel Tower Restaurant serves classical French cuisine, with lamb seasoned to perfection and foie gras unlike any other. While each meticulously prepared dish is a treat for the palate, the restaurant itself is a feast for the eyes - sitting more than 100 feet above Las Vegas Boulevard. Late night is always spectacular on the Strip too. Save room for dessert at two spectacular Strip-side eateries. Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace is perched along the famous entryway with unparalleled views of the Strip. Sugar Factory at Paris Las Vegas is steps from the action with indoor/outdoor dining for all weather occasions!Las Vegas restaurants, it seems, always come with something special on the side. The food is spectacular, but dining on the Strip is people-watching theater at its best.