Top Tables

Top Tables: Las Vegas

Indagare is always scouting for the newest best restaurants, classic spots and neighborhood gems that feel like a special find. Though the restaurant scene changes often, here is our current list of top tables in Las Vegas, for any occasion.

Top Tables: Breakfast & Brunch

Ada’s Food + Wine

Named after Ada Coleman, head bartender at the Savoy Hotel in London in the early 20th century and inventor of the “Hanky Panky” cocktail, Ada’s Food + Wine serves Italian-inspired cuisine, including pasta, pizza, seafood and vegan options. 410 S Rampart Blvd #120, Tivoli Village

Bouchon at The Venetian

Bouchon is a traditional French bistro as imagined by the perfectionist culinary giant Thomas Keller. Featuring one of the best raw bars in the city, the menu sticks to the classics and executes them flawlessly. Great for brunch or dinner. 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S 10th Floor, The Venetian Las Vegas


From celebrity chef Lorena Garcia, the hotly anticipated Chica features an exciting fusion of Latin American cuisines, inspired by the flavors of Venezuela, Peru, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and more. 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd St 106, The Venetian Las Vegas

Salt & Ivy

Both night owls and early birds will appreciate the 6am opening time for Salt & Ivy, serving American breakfast classics and healthy options on a patio overlooking the ARIA pool. 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, ARIA Resort & Casino

Top Tables: Lunch

Honey Salt

The brainchild of Las Vegas restaurant power couple Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla (she helped Steve Wynn change dining in Las Vegas forever, he’s the former executive chef of the MGM), Honey Salt is a neighborhood restaurant worth seeking out. The regularly changing menu features seasonally inspired American fare that balances satisfying comfort foods with lighter and more health-conscious choices. 1031 S Rampart Blvd, Rampart Commons

Lotus of Siam

Venture off the Strip for James Beard award winner Lotus of Siam. Once a hole in the wall in Vegas’ Commercial Center, Lotus of Siam might have a swankier setting but the flavorful Northern Thai cuisine has remained unchanged. A highlight is the Khao Soi dish. 620 E Flamingo Rd

Top Tables: Dinner

CUT by Wolfgang Puck

The sleek, modern CUT by Wolfgang Puck is a steakhouse for people who love steakhouses, but also want something new. Built around a menu that seeks to educate guests about the different styles, heritages and sources of premium beef, its signature beef tasting offers a unique and delightful take on this Las Vegas staple. 3325 Las Vegas Blvd S, The Palazzo at The Venetian Resort

Golden Steer Steakhouse

The oldest steakhouse in Las Vegas, Golden Steer Steakhouse gives diners the opportunity to sit in the same red leather booths as Elvis, Muhammad Ali, Sinatra and more. Expect classic steaks, lavish seafood towers, tuxedoed wait staff and glamorous yesteryear decor. Indagare tip: bernaise is a must. 308 W Sahara Ave


From chef José Andrés, Jaleo serves elevated Spanish fare, and the restaurant is home to one of the world's few "paella grills," an open-fire wood grill built to cook authentic paellas. 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S Level 3, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Michael Mina

The seafood at this fish-focused restaurant is flown in daily by private plane, and the menu features innovative dishes along with fresh raw bar shellfish. 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Bellagio Hotel & Casino

Mother Wolf Las Vegas

In the new Fontainebleau, the Vegas outpost of Evan Funke’s popular Mother Wolf serves traditional Italian dishes in a seriously stylish atmosphere. 2777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Fontainebleau Las Vegas

Piero’s Italian Cuisine

The family-owned Piero's Italian Cuisine is an old-school Italian favorite, serving traditional pasta and seafood dishes. 355 Convention Center Dr, Pia’s Place


This upscale restaurant, whose décor pays homage to the Rat Pack legend, serves classic Italian favorites. 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Encore Las Vegas


The godfather of Las Vegas celebrity chef restaurants, Spago’s long run has laid the foundation for great food in the valley. An institution in its own right, the dining room still fills with the types of stars that made the original famous, and the kitchen turns out light, approachable and imaginative contemporary American food. 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Bellagio Hotel & Casino

SW Steakhouse

Built as the jewel in Steve Wynn’s fine-dining crown, SW Steakhouse overlooks the surreal lagoon known as the Lake of Dreams. The core of the menu is the predictable offering of steaks and chops, but creative sides, playful starters and vegan options (a rarity at steakhouses) ensure that SW is always a crowd pleaser. 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Wynn Las Vegas

Top Tables: Buffets

Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace

Vegas is synonymous with the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet and Bacchanal at Caesars Palace reigns supreme. This epic feast has over 250 dishes across multiple regions, cuisines and rooms–the seafood spread practically pays for the entry fee itself. 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Caesars Palace

Top Tables: Drinks


Inspired by the showrooms of 1950s Las Vegas, Delilah is everything you want in a sexy, over-the-top supper-club. Grab cocktails (and sample the late night menu) against a backdrop of palm fronds, animal prints and an art-deco bandstand. 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Wynn Las Vegas

The Chandelier

The multi-story Chandelier Bar & Lounge is the glittering centerpiece of the Cosmopolitan. Surrounded by strings of crystals, The Chandelier serves craft cocktails in an art exhibit atmosphere–with close proximity to the hotel casino, dining and entertainment options. 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S Levels 1, 1.5 and 2, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Rosina Cocktail Lounge

Rosina Cocktail Lounge in the Venetian Resort serves up classic cocktails (try one of the extravagant smoke-laden varieties) in a romantic setting. 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd, The Venetian Las Vegas

Atomic Liquors

For a grittier Las Vegas experience, bathe under the neon lights of Fremont Street and grab a drink at Atomic Liquors. Both Vegas’s oldest bar and the site of the first liquor license in the city, this historic dive is also known for patrons clamoring up the roof to watch atomic tests back in the day. 917 E Fremont Street, Downtown Las Vegas

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