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Las Vegas Foodies Can t Stop Talking About These Restaurants

Do you enjoy everything about fine dining and delicious food? Try some of these restaurants in the city that have foodies excited:

1. The Boss Caf

The Boss cafe is a new sophisticated restaurant which recently opened at the Linq. Being owned by the famous chef Buddy Valastro, you expect nothing but the best. The menu is versatile, incorporating different preferences, such as the Italian American sandwiches and handmade Mutz. The setting features an open kitchen, and you can see all the action that goes into preparing the meals. You can visit daily between 6 am and 6 pm.

2. Lost Spirits Distillery

Eating at Lost Spirits Distillery is more than just a meal; it is an experience. The experience starts in what seems like a submarine, then shifts to the main dining room. The setting is intimate, and the dining room only sits 12 diners. Here you will enjoy a sixteen-course dinner, spread over two hours. Thus, you need to book in advance. Tickets go for $240 per person. You also get a distillery tour in addition to the food.

3. Mabel s BBQ

Mabel s BBQ reopened in April 2022 after being closed for about two years. It’s located at the Palms, in an ample space featuring a beer garden patio. They have traditional dishes such as turkey breast and pork spare ribs. The pork belly burnt ends add a delicious twist to the menu. They also have weekly specials and combo meals. 

4. Rosa Ristorante

Rosa Ristorante is a new Italian American restaurant located in Henderson. It takes up the space formerly occupied by Blume Kitchen and it will run under chef Rob Moore. A beautiful rose mural decorates the wall, creating an ambient space to dine and take photos. The food is a mixture of Italian and American fare, including a hint of New Jersey, where the chef grew up. The menu comprises surf and turf appetizers, pizza, chicken parmesan, steak, lobster fra Diavolo, beef tenderloin carpaccio, etc.

5. Nobu, Paris, Las Vegas

You can never go wrong at a Nobu restaurant. The newest Nobu at the Paris Las Vegas has food enthusiasts excited, incorporating ingredients from Peru and Japanese dishes. The dining room seats 140 diners and is open for dinner between 5 – 10 pm. The yellowtail sashimi with jalapeno adding an extra kick is a highly recommended menu item. You can also find vegan options on the menu.


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