Our favorite spot in Las Vegas for breakfast is Eat. Serving creative dishes that are both unique and delicious, chef Natalie Young is at the top of her game, and you have to try the cinnamon biscuits topped with a warm strawberry compote. And if you’re coming off a late night / early morning, don’t worry. Eggs are served all day at Eat., which means the very best of Las Vegas breakfast food is available at anytime!
Like all things in Las Vegas, its breakfast buffet options are over the top. Our top choice is Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan. Brunch starts daily at 8 a.m. and offers worldly options that break far from your traditional omelette and waffle station. And for those who are interested, you can even opt-to purchase a special tasting menu. Yep. That’s right! This Vegas brunch will allow you to sample the best of the best for a modest price.
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If you love pizza as much as we do, then you have to check out Secret Pizza in the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino. Not only is the food delicious, it’s a great spot to grab a quick afternoon bite before venturing out for the evening. Many have even called the pizza they serve the "best I’ve ever ate," and as far as we’re concerned, when people start tagging a restaurant with kind of praise, it has to be tried! Oh, and forgive us for not adding a link to the restaurant. It’s called Secret Pizza for a reason, so just make your way to the Cosmopolitan and ask a hotel employee to point you in the right direction.
On the inside, it may not look like much, but Chengdu Taste offers diners the best Sichaun we have ever tried in the States. Located in a strip mall in the hear of Chinatown (a few minutes from the action), this amazing little place serves lunch from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily, and there isn’t an item on its menu that you won’t love!
Steakhouses are aplenty in Las Vegas, but the one we want to focus on today is Craft Steak, which is owned and operated by world-renown chef, Tom Colicchio. For those of you that don’t know the name, Tom is an amazing culinary talent who just so happens to be the lead judge on Bravo TV’s hit show, Top Chef. Fame and fortune aside, Tom and his Vegas team offer one of the most memorable dining experiences in the city, and with a variety of Kobe beef options for you to choose from, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better steak anywhere in the country.
The last restaurant on our list today is one that famous chef’s in Vegas frequent. Abriya Raku is owned and operated by Mitsuo Endo, and the place only seats 48 guests at a time. Despite it’s small size, it’s menu offers big flavors in every bite of its famed Japanese robata dishes that are cooked over an open-fire charcoal grill. Keep in mind that this place is hard to get into. When everyone loves the food, everyone wants a seat, so be sure to plan ahead and book your table well before you arrive in Las Vegas. One more thing… Abriya Raku only takes phone reservations, so please call (702) 367-3511 to check availability.
OK – That just about does it. Most people don’t stay in Vegas for more than a few days, and the six restaurants we featured inside of this article will keep you well fed during your time in the city. Trust us. There isn’t a single place on this list that you won’t love. Now, go have fun and eat some great food, and if you want to share a few pictures from your trip, head on over to Skyscanner’s Facebook page, and enjoy interacting with fellow travel lovers!