In-N-Out (1960 Rock Springs Dr.)
This burger joint is only available on the Pacific coast, so it’s a big deal for east coast people like me. I gave it a try with the double-double animal style! The burger and the fries came in generous portions, good for those with a big appetite. Overall, it’s a decent burger joint and less expensive compared to a few others. However, I am more of your ShakeShack type of girl.
Sake Rok (3786 S. Las Vegas Blvd.)
A huge menu (literally) with a variety of sushi to choose from. They also have a good selection of drinks and punchbowls for big groups to share. Aside from their tasty sushi, they also have entertainers. The staff surprised us with an awesome mini dance show.
Bacchanal Buffet (Caesars Palace)
Make sure you have an empty stomach before coming here to eat your money’s worth! It’s about $60 per person but the food is delicious. I’m not really into buffets because I get full easily and the food quality is normally not great. But I made an exception for this place! A wide variety of cuisines to choose from and don’t forget the fresh seafood.
Wolfgang Puck (MGM Grand)
There are multiple locations of this restaurant but I had it for the first time while in Vegas. I had the classic spaghetti meatballs and their execution was perfection! As simple as “spaghetti meatballs” sounds – someone can still mess it up. The al dente noodles and the tender meatballs were flawless.
Mon Ami Gabi (Paris)
We were in the mood to wine and dine with a spectacular outdoor view of the Fountains of Bellagio. They have several locations throughout the states but this was cool because you can watch the water show. Every bite of my Bordelaise Steak was so flavorful and cooked to my desired temperature (medium rare is always the way to go).
La Creperie (Paris)
Fresh, warm, and savory deliciousness made right in front of you! You can’t go wrong with bananas, nutella, and pecans.
I have been to Vegas three times and this post here is my most recent trip. But I’ve always had a pleasant dining experience in my previous trips. Have any of you been to Vegas? If so, let me know what are some good places that you like. I love Vegas and plan to visit again in the future!