Tickle your taste buds at these Sin City restaurants rolling out new dishes, menus and dining experiences.
Warm heirloom beets and pumpkin salad from Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse
The Flamingo Las Vegas’ signature steakhouse is treating Las Vegas residents to an exclusive locals-only prix fixe menu Monday through Wednesday. Available with a valid Nevada ID, menu highlights include roasted bone marrow and chef Lamar Moore’s famous fried chicken paired with house pickles, mac and cheese frites and a honey butter biscuit. Prix fixe vegan and vegetarian menus are also on offer. Flamingo Las Vegas
EAT.DRINK.+MORE provides the perfect mix of savory food, buzzy libations and impeccable service—all in the comfort of your own home. Designed for intimate groups of 10 to 20, this new curated dining experience from Kimberly Gora of KG Events brings some of the culinary scene’s biggest names right to your kitchen—think James Beard Award-winning chef Luciano Pellegrini, two-Michelin-star pastry chef Michael Gillet, world-renowned mixologist Francesco Lafranconi and master sommelier Luis de Santos. The completely customizable experience allows diners to choose their chef, menu and accoutrements—from tablescapes to floral design—from start to finish. 702.250.2667, [email protected]
After quickly becoming one of Vegas’ hottest new restaurants, Edge Steakhouse is raising the bar once again with its new five-course tasting menu. Offering your choice of a 10-ounce filet, 40-day bone-in dry-aged New York strip or ribeye, or 12-ounce wagyu strip loin, the menu capitalizes on everything executive chef Steve Young does best. Westgate Las Vegas
The only thing better than dining at one critically acclaimed restaurant is dining at three, which is exactly what Finger Licking Foodie Tours allows guests to enjoy. Through its new partnership with Aria Resort & Casino, the two-hour, self-guided tour features fare from Carbone, Jean Georges Steakhouse, Catch and BARDOT Brasserie. Add on a $100 upgrade to enjoy a Champagne toast and a tour of the Strip via Maverick Helicopters at the night’s end.
The much-anticipated Virgin Hotels Las Vegas becomes even more irresistible with the addition of One Steakhouse, a fine dining concept from brothers David and Michael Morton, sons of legendary restaurateur Arnie Morton. Sports fans: With its expanded bar lounge and expansive LED video wall, you’ve never experienced a game day quite like this. Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
Take in 360-degree views of the Strip when you dine at Top of the World.
Dine 800 feet above the Strip at this 360-degree rotating restaurant helmed by chef Bradley Manchester, who recently introduced a new menu. Highlights include a variety of steaks, shellfish linguini, stuffed mushrooms, calamari “fries,” oysters on the half shell and more. The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Skypod
This Strip staple, known for its lauded Italian cuisine, recently rolled out a new chef’s table dining experience. Led by chef de cuisine Michael Vitangeli, guests are treated to six courses featuring age-old recipes derived from the chef’s Italian lineage—think hand-pulled pastas, fresh antipasti and burrata—each served with curated wine pairings. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Photography by: In order of appearance, photos: courtesy of Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse; by Anthony mair