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Fine Dining in Las Vegas, NV - In Hotel Restaurants for the Pickiest of Foodies

By Edited Apr 27, 2016 1 6

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Looking to find a great meal regardless of the price tag attached to it? Vegas is home to some of the finest restaurants in the US, many ran by world renown chefs, some featuring one of a kind artwork from the likes of Picasso, others provide quaint surroundings and simply fabulous food. Whatever your idea is of fine dining it can be found in abundance throughout the Vegas strip and more conveniently right inside most of Las Vegas' luxurious hotels

 

In Hotel Fine Dining in Las Vegas, NV

Picasso restaurant located in the Bellagio hotel is a classic example of fine dining in Las Vegas. This extraordinary french restaurant, ran by award winning Executive Chef Julian Serrano,  caters to more than your taste buds. Within the walls of the Picasso, rare artworks created by Picasso himself can be marvelled at while you enjoy your meal - outside the walls you can also dine and take in the wonderous beauty of the Bellagio fountains. 

 

Eiffel Tower restaurant located in the Paris hotel is another remarkable place to dine when you are looking for a great atmosphere, great food and a beautiful view. Taking up the 11th floor of the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas, NV and over looking the Vegas strip, this restaurant offers an undeniably delicious menu of french cuisine to appease your appetite while its decor and surroundings give your eyes something to feast on as well. 

 

CUT restaurant inside the Palazzo is not what you'd expect to see listed under fine dining seeing how it is a steak house. However, this is not your ordinary steak house - this is a steak house molded by the tastes and standards of  famous restaurateur Wolfgang Puck and listed as one of America's Top 3 steak houses, by Bon Appetit Magazine.  The layout is not what you may imagine and is actually quaint yet elegant and offers diners a worldly dining experience and for those looking for privacy it also offers private dining. 

 

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon inside the MGM Grand offers exceptional  French Cuisine and a unique perspective for its diners. With the majority of the seats in this establishment being bar style seating, diners are able to view the extreme care and creativity it takes to put their meals together, since the view overlooks the kitchen staffed with exceptionally trained and hand picked sous chefs. The decor is anything but subtle with splashes of red and black that color the furniture accented by eye catching jars of colorful vegetables and mosaic style art.  For those who are fans of Joël Robuchon, but looking for a more intimate, sit down dining experience you can glide over next door to the 3 Star Michelin Guide Winner -- the Joël Robuchon Restaurant (reservation required if you want a seat) and experience more fine dining that Las Vegas has to offer. 

 

Guy Savoy's (named after it's world renown chef Guy Savoy) in Caesar's Palace  another fine dining experience offering up exquisite french cuisine.  Guy Savoy's simply can not be paired up with other restaurants offering similar cuisine, as it stands alone. Flavors that explode in your mouth and others so subtly satisfying that you are left unsure of whether you should cry or give praise. Upon entering Guy Savoy's some may be a bit perplexed over the bland decor but after awhile the sparsely covered walls take on an appeal and become no thought at all once the food is served. 

 

Valentino's located inside the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas offers up exceptionally crafted Italian cuisine sure to please the pickiest eaters. No surprise that the food leaves you in awe once you find out that Award-winning chef Luciano Pellegrini directs and oversee's the menu. Valentino's is an elegant choice for fine dining in Las Vegas and its ambient atmosphere will leave you relaxed and satisfied. 

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Comments

Nov 30, 2011 3:11am
baileybart
ITS REALLY TASTY
Nov 30, 2011 9:11pm
AudioBananas
Excellent. I have been dying to go to Las Vegas. I wouldn't have a clue where to start. Thanks for the tips. I'm kind of hungry now.
Dec 1, 2011 6:52pm
BohoGypsyArtist
Those are wonderful recommendations. Thing is with Vegas is that there are so many dining options to choose from, the city caters to wide range of tastes and preferences. They've got something for just about everyone who visits the city.
Dec 1, 2011 6:52pm
BohoGypsyArtist
Those are wonderful recommendations. Thing is with Vegas is that there are so many dining options to choose from, the city caters to wide range of tastes and preferences. They've got something for just about everyone who visits the city.
Dec 1, 2011 7:42pm
MomWhoWrites
I agree they do seem to have something for everyone. I hear they have some fabulous buffets as well that have a really reasonable price tag but amazing food. Definitely something I'll keep an eye out for, next time.
Dec 4, 2011 9:03am
danmont
I have taken notes of the places to visit next time I visit Las Vegas.
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