When it comes to dining, nothing can beat a restaurant with great views, and in Las Vegas, there are plenty of them. Several dining spots, on and off the Las Vegas Strip, offer an ambiance unlike anywhere else, with outdoor patios offering incredible waterfront views. Here’s a look at 11 of them, all of which will make your dining experience a memorable one.
Wynn Las Vegas features some of the best waterfront restaurants in Las Vegas. At SW Steakhouse, request to sit on the outdoor patio for scenic views of Wynn’s Lake of Dreams. At this elegant steakhouse, you can expect to see everything from a chile-rubbed double rib eye to A5 Japanese Wagyu on the menu. You might also find delight in main courses like the pan-roasted sea scallops, butter-poached Maine lobster, or white soy-glazed salmon.
Lakeside at Wynn Las Vegas specializes in Hawaiian seafood, with everything from mahi mahi to blackened swordfish on the menu. Other entrées include the Alaskan halibut, lobster risotto, Atlantic diver scallops, and New Zealand Big Glory Bay king salmon. Oven-roasted lobster, king crab, and charred steaks round out the menu. The waterfront views of Lake of Dreams at this top-notch restaurant will make your dining experience complete.
The best part about dining at Lago by Julian Serrano is the outdoor patio with waterfront seating centered on Lake Bellagio. You’ll be able to get up-close views of the Fountains of Bellagio show while you dine. During brunch, you’ll find the lobster Benedict, smoked salmon crostini, and steak and eggs on the menu. During dinner, expand your horizons with pasta dishes, such as the lobster-filled ravioli, rigatoni, and agnolotti. Other menu options include pizza, salads, soups, antipasti, and main entrées.
Overlooking Lake Jacqueline in the Desert Shores community, Americana offers a beautiful waterfront dining atmosphere. For lunch, choose from options such as the spicy spaghettini, Americana prime burger, and pan-seared king salmon. The dinner menu offers oven-roasted Chilean sea bass, braised Colorado lamb shank, and Japanese A5 Kagoshima Wagyu. For Sunday brunch, you’ll find sweet and savory menu items and bottomless mimosas.
Marché Bacchus is another excellent dining option with waterfront views of Lake Jacqueline. You’ll get the best in food and wine at this upscale French restaurant. Choose from several appetizers, salads, soups, sandwiches, and main entrées ranging from the steak frites to roasted king salmon. There’s also an extensive wine list with more than 950 options to choose from. Sunday brunch is worth checking out, too.
Just like Lago, Spago by Wolfgang Puck offers the best views of Bellagio’s famed lake and the Fountains of Bellagio show. Spago’s menu features handmade pasta like the lobster fra diavolo and pappardelle bolognese; fresh seafood, such as miso-marinated organic salmon and steamed wild black bass; and prime steaks like the 8-ounce Wagyu rib eye or 32-ounce bone-in rib steak.
There are so many ways to experience Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas. Mizumi features an expansive menu of fresh sushi, sashimi, and modern Japanese dishes that anyone will love. Choose to sit at the sushi bar, teppanyaki room, or outdoors on a floating pagoda table for the best views of the lush Japanese garden and the 90-foot waterfall.
SW Steakhouse, Lakeside, and Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas aren’t the only restaurants with waterfront views. Costa di Mare offers an outdoor patio with cabana seating, which overlooks the restaurant’s serene lagoon. On the menu, you’ll find Mediterranean seafood and Italian pasta. There’s even a family-style seafood feast menu with an optional wine pairing for each dish served.
Bayside Grill at Reflection Bay Golf Club is one of many waterfront restaurants at Lake Las Vegas with lakeside views. Bayside Grill, which is open for breakfast and lunch daily, is the perfect place to dine before or after playing golf or exploring everything that Lake Las Vegas offers.
Another top waterfront restaurant to visit is Mimi & Coco Bistro at The Village at Lake Las Vegas. While you set your eyes on the breathtaking views of the lake, sip on a glass of fine wine. The food menu features charcuterie boards and appetizers such as beef tartare, crispy calamari, sea scallops, or grilled octopus. Main courses offered include roasted chicken, rack of lamb, steak and frites, seafood casserole, or filet mignon with a lobster tail.
Prime at Bellagio offers a high-class steakhouse dining experience like no other. The garden patio is where you’ll want to dine for the best views of Fountains of Bellagio. Prime steaks range from the 14-ounce peppercorn-crusted New York strip to a 36-ounce porterhouse for two with more than a dozen side dishes to go along with it. There are even high-quality steaks from Japan on the menu. Several entrées, seafood selections, salads, and appetizers complete the menu.
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