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Las Vegas restaurants

Restaurants in Las Vegas create a delicious dilemma: Now that virtually every resort on the Las Vegas Strip resort has hired a bevy of celebrity chefs to run its high-style joints, how do you choose? First of all, keep in mind that many of the famous chefs are almost never actually manning the ovens in Las Vegas—meaning you're paying top prices for food and service that are good, but not spectacular. (Though prices at the fine dining palaces remain stratospheric, some are now offering reduced-price menus—even Joël Robuchon has introduced a $89-per-person option, a third the price of his degustation.) The Las Vegas restaurants listed here—not all of them big-name splurge spots, by the way—hit the desired high marks, usually with the amped-up flair you'd expect, too. There are enough of them to claim fairly that Las Vegas has become a dining destination, vying for the same culinary attention as New York and Paris.

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Beijing Noodle No. 9, Las Vegas

Beijing Noodle No. 9, one of the best noodle bars in the western United States, is unexpectedly located just off the casino floor at Caesars Palace. Inspired by...more

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BLT Burger, Las Vegas

Just as hungry burger connoisseurs cabbed it south to Mandalay Bay for French chef Hubert Keller's Burger Bar in 2004, they're now being drawn east to the...more

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Bradley Ogden, Las Vegas

Ogden built a mini-empire in California (One Market in San Francisco, Lark Creek Inn in Marin County) by searching out the best small farms and using their...more

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Carnevino, Las Vegas

It tries to have a scene (there could be a Saudi princess and her boy toy weekending at the table next to you), but deep down we know why everyone's at...more

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Cathouse, Las Vegas

Any chef can appear to be having a good time by putting "Pigs in a Duvet" and steak tartare on the same menu, but Kerry Simon (late of Iron Chef) is one of the...more

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China Poblano, Las Vegas

Not long after opening L.A.'s sleek multi-concept Bazaar, José Andrés is taking on Sin City with a restaurant that marries Chinese and Mexican...more

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Cravings, Las Vegas

Is it wrong to visit Vegas and not eat at a buffet? Up to you, but if you must, go for the one that cost $20 million to build. Designed by Adam Tihany, the man...more

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Firefly, Las Vegas

This is where hip, in-the-know locals eat when they don't want to trek through a casino. One block east of the Strip, it was the first true tapas restaurant of...more

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First Food and Bar, Las Vegas

Sam DeMarco practically invented the playful small plate genre, but he's refined the concept and taken it to new heights at his 10,000 square-foot Vegas...more

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Fleur de Lys, Las Vegas

As a not-so-subtle version of chef Hubert Keller's intimate San Francisco restaurant of the same name, the Vegas Fleur de Lys inside the Mandalay Bay is...more

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Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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