Unique dining experiences in Las Vegas

Jody Vandergriff

Long gone are the days of cheap all you can eat buffets. Today's Las Vegas is all about world class cuisine coupled with experiences only found in sin city.

  • Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas

    Designed to be an exact replica of the original Hofbräuhaus in Munich, this beer hall and restaurant is all about the fun.

    December 27, 2020
  • Mermaid Restaurant

    Perhaps the only place in the world where you can dine with real life mermaids.

    December 27, 2020
  • Picasso

    At Picasso, you can see 10 real Picasso works of art gracing the walls, catch a view of the Bellagio fountains and sit at the table from that scene in Oceans 11 (Table 34). Not bad for one night out in sin city.

    December 27, 2020
  • Tao Asian Bistro and Lounge

    Good food, fun ambiance, great lychee martinis - but the best part about Tao is diners can skip line to the Tao Nightclub and head straight in after dinner.

    December 27, 2020
  • Momofuku
  • Beauty & Essex
  • Rose. Rabbit. Lie.

    It's a party the second you step foot in this Alice in Wonderland inspired restaurant. Incredible cuisine coupled with table side performances and spontaneous bouts of dancing make for a memorial night at this modern supper club.

    December 27, 2020
  • BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark

    For an experience that rattles the senses, dine in complete darkness at Blackout. The waitstaff (fitted with night vision goggles) guide you through a fixed menu.

    December 27, 2020