For those looking to spend the day basking in the Vegas sun, enjoy your midday meal at one of these Sin City hot spots featuring amazing poolside menus. From classic American fare to Italian-inspired cuisine, these eateries have something to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.
Situated on the eighth floor deck, the Pool Café at the Mandarin Oriental offers diners a stylish atmosphere and fresh cuisine for their breakfast or lunch. Boasting an extensive menu of options such as avocado toast, Hawaiian tuna poke bowl, lightly battered seabass tacos, and summer rice paper rolls, you’re in for a delicious meal when dining at this poolside retreat. To cool off from the sun, be sure to order a drink from their milkshake bar menu, which includes a peanut butter milkshake, strawberry banana milkshake, and Frappuccino milkshake. 3752 S Las Vegas Blvd., 702-590-8888
Exclusive to hotel guests at The Palazzo Las Vegas, Wolfgang Puck’s Solaro features a decadent menu of breakfast and lunch options including a house-made granola parfait, French-style omelets, Chinese chicken salad, and Wolfgang’s signature wood-oven baked pizzas. Situated at the hotel’s poolside patio, this casual eatery allows diners to enjoy the tranquil, outdoor oasis while indulging in a delicious meal. This spot also includes a convenient take-out window, so guests can enjoy Puck’s culinary creations on the go. 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd., 702-607-2510
Located adjacent to Boulevard Pool, Overlook Grill at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers a laid back atmosphere with a touch of vintage glam so patrons can dine in style. And with both indoor and outdoor seating options, this spot is perfect for those that want poolside views without having to sit in the sun. For brunch, we suggest ordering their specialties such as the margherita egg white omelet, avocado toast benedict, or fat Elvis French toast. To wash it all down, the Overlook Grill offers the option of bottomless mimosas or a signature Obnoxious Bloody Mary. 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd., 855-455-1055
While Veranda at The Four Seasons features a beautiful indoor dining room, their outdoor space on the sprawling terrace is something that should not be missed. Reminiscent of an Italian trattoria, the menu at this go-to spot includes authentic cuisine such as housemade pastas, braised meats, wood-fire piazzas, and fresh seafood. For those with a sweet tooth, we suggest indulging in their trio of crème brulees, chocolate tiramisu, or no bake Mandarin cheesecake. 3960 S Las Vegas Blvd., 702-632-5121
Combining open-air dining with breathtaking views of the city skyline, the Fire Café and Bar at the coveted Stratosphere hotel offers a unique poolside dining experience you won’t find anywhere else. Located on the eighth floor of the hotel, the menu at this eatery combines American classics with Baja-style and Pan Asian dishes for favorites such as ahi tuna poke parfait, Baja chile burger, and cilantro shrimp tacos. 2000 S Las Vegas Blvd., 702-380-7777