Las Vegas is a city renowned for its vibrant nightlife, luxurious casinos, and world-class entertainment. But it's also home to some of the best celebrity chef-run restaurants in the world. From Guy Savoy to Emeril Lagasse, foodies looking for a unique dining experience have plenty of options. Guy Savoy is one of France's most renowned culinary figures, and his restaurant at Caesars Palace is a must-try for anyone visiting Las Vegas.
The menu features classic French dishes as well as more inventive creations, all made with the freshest ingredients. The black truffle and artichoke soup is a must-try, and groups of six can request a special tasting menu with champagne pairings at the Krug chef's table. Guy Savoy also has brioche counters at Caesars Palace and in Paris Las Vegas to buy pastries and coffee to go. The Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace is an elegant bar and lounge that offers expertly crafted cocktails and snacks. Nobu at Caesar's Palace Las Vegas is a highly regarded Japanese restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Emeril Lagasse's presence in Las Vegas isn't as strong as it once was, but you can still find his New Orleans Fish House at the MGM Grand and Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian. Chow in Las Vegas, Nevada, is a contemporary Chinese restaurant that offers a menu of dishes inspired by the flavors of Beijing. José Andrés' Bazaar Meats was recently chosen as the best restaurant in Nevada by Business Insider. The restaurant offers a wild, carnivorous dining experience with expertly prepared steaks. Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas is another steakhouse specializing in high-end steaks located in the Las Vegas casino complex. Michael Mina has four restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip, each offering a distinct dining experience.
Masaharu Morimoto has an empire of Japanese restaurants around the world, including one at MGM Grand that's perfect for after or before a show. Finally, Todd English's Olives restaurant in Boston has been around for more than 40 years. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, English spent seven years working in restaurants in New York and Italy before opening Olives.