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Lounge & Lunch at These Poolside Restaurants in Las Vegas

By Jim Begley, Marisa Finetti, Rob Kachelriess, Emmy Kasten & Phil Tzeng | August 6, 2019 | Food and Drink Feature

With the ultimate poolside menus, there's no better place to lounge than at these four Vegas hot spots.

The Nomad Pool


The recently added NoMad Pool.

The fruits de mer is the star attraction for a chilled selection of seafood while overlooking the crystal-blue pool, reminiscent of a classic French piscine. By the weekend, the NoMad Pool becomes JEMAA pool party with live music and hearty plates with boozy drinks, which come in portable bottles for people on the move.

Pool Cafe at Waldorf Astoria

Begin with a mocktail or cocktail and bright starters such as lemon ricotta pancakes and egg white frittata. Move on to a tomato and peach salad, and enjoy heartier dishes such as the chicken sandwich, Impossible Burger or something from the sea with vibrant chimichurri.

Marquee Dayclub

Located at The Cosmopolitan, poolside libations range from cold-pressed juice mixers and frozen lemonades to P-J’s Belle Epoque and Ace of Spades Champagne. To please all appetites, the food menu includes sushi, Thai barbecue pizza, a prime rib sandwich and shrimp cocktail. The new Imperial Wagyu keto bowl with asparagus, beets, fried egg and yuzu butter sauce is the best pick for the protein- and fat-rich palate.

Veranda at Four Seasons

In addition to a number of gluten-free and vegan dishes, such as fried cauliflower, seafood tacos and the plant-based Beyond Burger, guests can’t go wrong with the Sin City Burger or OMG Nachos with the option to add short rib to the pile.

Photography by: Photography courtesy The NoMad