Part of any good vacation is finding the best places to eat. No matter where you are, every location has its own unique selection of restaurants to choose from.
While Las Vegas is famous for its gambling and entertainment scene, there is no shortage of amazing dining options to choose from. So many, in fact, that it can be pretty overwhelming for first-time visitors. How can you possibly choose from the countless dining options in the area?
If you are planning a trip to Las Vegas in the near future, you should be sure to check out at least one of these three amazing restaurants in the area.
Roy Choi, one of the founders of the gourmet food truck movement, has brought his LA street food to the Park MGM in Las Vegas with his restaurant, Best Friend.
According to the Chef himself, “Best Friend is a remixed and remastered collection of the evolution of our Los Angeles – its food, its music, its culture. It is the only place to sink your teeth into all the flavors from Kogi-to-Commissary and everything in between, along with fresh new ideas I’ve been cooking up for years. It’s Koreatown in a capsule – a portal to the streets of LA, but also rooted in what makes Las Vegas… VEGAS.”
Guests can order anything from Korean-inspired classics like kimchi fried rice and spicy pork to LA staples like elote and carnitas tacos.
Old Soul is chef Natalie Young’s new restaurant located in the World Market Center.
The dinner menu features American-inspired classics such as smoked trout served with house-made applesauce, crème fraîche, and chive corn cakes, collard greens and artichoke dip served with a toasted baguette, and braised short rib risotto.
Not only is the food amazing, but it is available at very affordable prices with dinner entrees being in the $20-$30 range.
Old Soul is a must-visit during your stay in Las Vegas.
Located at the Red Rock Casino, Bruce and Eric Bromberg’s Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill offers a menu full of Japanese cuisine including sushi, sashimi, and other Japanese specialties.
From staples like vegetable fried rice and California rolls to specialty dishes like oxtail fried rice and the Blue Ribbon sushi platter, guests can enjoy some of the finest and carefully curated Japanese cuisine in Las Vegas.
Guests can also enjoy the restaurant’s extensive collection of wine, beer, sake, and cocktails to complement their dining choices.
Las Vegas offers a wide variety of incredible restaurants, bars, and grills. It’s hard to go wrong no matter where you choose to eat. However, if you aren’t able to make up your mind on your own, you should seriously consider visiting any one of these amazing Las Vegas restaurants.
Roy Choi’s Best Friend, Natalie Young’s Old School, and the Bromberg brothers’ Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill are three of the premier dining locations in Las Vegas and the country.