Take a Foodie Tour of Las Vegas
Las Vegas boasts a deep and diverse culinary scene that stretches from the Strip to surrounding neighborhoods. Here are some foodie favorites, whether you’re looking for a high-end steakhouse or a more casual spot:
Sparrow + Wolf
Led by chef Brian Howard, Sparrow + Wolf draws inspiration from its Chinatown location by mixing Asian and American flavors into dishes with an identity all their own. Wood-fired meats and vegetables are a specialty, paired with cocktails made with fresh-pressed juices.
é by José Andrés
Celebrity chef José Andrés has four restaurants on the Strip, but é by José Andrés may be his most unique — and most exclusive. Tucked away in the back corner of Jaleo inside the Cosmopolitan, é by José Andrés is a single countertop that serves fewer than 10 customers over two seatings per night. The meal is a series of small courses that push the boundaries of modern gastronomy with exceptional wine pairings.
Located in a Chinatown strip mall, Partage provides a multi-course, modern French dining experience that also delivers great value for the quality. Chef Yuri Szarsewski offers the choice of a three-, five- or seven-course tasting menu with the option of a wine pairing for each course.
At more than 40,000 square feet, the Las Vegas version of Eataly is an impressive sight on the Strip. This sprawling street market has pizza, pasta, hand-pulled mozzarella and other Italian specialty items, as well as espresso, wine and cocktails — all sold from individual counters.
Golden Steer Steakhouse
Open since 1958, Golden Steer is one of the few Vegas steakhouses that’s not in a hotel or casino. Situated just west of the Strip, the restaurant offers a mid-century vibe and an exclusive booth that was famously a favorite of Frank Sinatra. The wet-aged bone-in ribeye is just as legendary.
Located in the up-and-coming Downtown Arts District, Esther’s Kitchen is all about modern, farm-fresh Italian dining. Chef James Trees crafts pizza, pasta and other dishes with seasonal ingredients. Plus, the house-baked bread is a fan favorite.
Lotus of Siam
Looking for vibrant Asian flavors? Lotus of Siam is arguably one of the best Thai restaurants in the country. Different regions are well represented, but the focus is on spicy Northern Thai cuisine.
Modern steakhouse Hawthorn Grill boasts fantastic views of the ponds, palm trees and manicured landscaping of the JW Marriott® Las Vegas Resort & Spa in Summerlin. Request a table on the outdoor patio, where you can savor classics like spinach and artichoke dip, Colorado rack of lamb or surf and turf.
A meal at upscale Japanese restaurant Zuma feels like an event. The sleek, contemporary dining room is an engaging spot to sample lighter fare like fresh sashimi, along with luxe options like top-rated A5 Wagyu beef.
Founded by the late “rock ‘n’ roll chef” Kerry Simon, Carson Kitchen is an acclaimed but casual restaurant in the downtown Fremont East district. The crispy chicken skins and jerk turkey burger are among the more popular dishes on the eclectic menu, marked by Southern and Asian influences.
Where to Stay
Marriott Vacation Club® Owners can book a stay just off the Strip at Marriott’s Grand Chateau®. This French provincial-style resort offers spacious studios, and 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom villas. Villas feature full kitchens and washers and dryers with separate living and sleeping areas, giving you more control over your dining choices and environment. The coveted location puts you just minutes from the destination’s top dining and entertainment.
How to Get There
- Points and Enrolled Owners may use Vacation Club Points to reserve any number of nights in a studio, 1-bedroom villa, 2-bedroom, or 3-bedroom villa at Marriott’s Grand Chateau, Las Vegas.
- If you are a Marriott Vacation Club Weeks Owner, you can use your Week(s) to place an exchange request with Interval International® for a stay Marriott’s Grand Chateau, Las Vegas.
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