Las Vegas may be the entertainment capital of the world, but it’s also known for its world-class culinary scene. In Las Vegas, you can go on an upscale foodie tour, dine at a top-rated supper club, partake in champagne brunch with a DJ, sip on tea and light bites in style and enjoy Japanese cuisine at an award-winning restaurant. There’s so much more to discover in Las Vegas, but we can’t cover them all. So, let’s dive deeper into these five dining experiences and why you should try all of them.
One of the newest dining experiences in Las Vegas is the ARIA Resort & Casino self-guided foodie tour, offered exclusively through Finger Licking Foodie Tours. The two-hour private tour starts promptly at 5 p.m. nightly and takes you on a culinary journey of three highly-acclaimed restaurants at ARIA. The price is 0 per person and includes three signature dishes at each restaurant with gratuities included. For an additional per person, you can get a signature cocktail at each restaurant to go along with your meal. After dining out at ARIA, complete your night with an optional Maverick helicopter flight over the Strip for 0 per person.
Dinner is more than just dinner at Bellagio’s Mayfair Supper Club, which is why it made our list of the top dining experiences in Las Vegas. On the menu, you’ll find “supper club classics” such as the lobster Thermidor and a 40-ounce dry-aged porterhouse, among other favorites. Besides the stellar food and beverage menu, singers, dancers, and a live band provide an entertaining evening while you dine. For first-class service, a glamorous ambiance, and spectacular views of Fountains of Bellagio, you should consider a night out here.
Champagne brunch at LAVO Italian Restaurant inside of The Palazzo is definitely one of the top unique dining experiences in Las Vegas. The wildly popular brunch kicks off at noon every Saturday and goes until 6 p.m., which gives you plenty of time to get your brunching and partying on—especially with the live DJ. Signature menu items include the white polenta pancakes, butter-poached lobster Benedict, brunch pizza, penne seafood alfredo, and Wagyu sliders. Brunch isn’t complete without a little bubbly, so after you decide what to eat, choose from a selection of champagne options for you and your group.
Located on the 23rd floor of Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, the Tea Lounge is not your average afternoon tea. Priced per person, you can choose from a selection of loose leaf teas paired with an assortment of pastries and delicious tea sandwiches. The Tea Lounge offers something for everyone with vegan, gluten-free, and children’s tea menus available. If you’re looking to enhance your dining experience, order bottomless mimosas, sparkling wine, or champagne. Make your reservation early for a table overlooking the world-famous Las Vegas Strip.
From the sushi bar to the teppanyaki room to the family-style specialties, there’s so much to experience at Mizumi, located inside Wynn Las Vegas. Besides the expansive menu, the award-winning restaurant offers guests a unique dining experience with its stunning décor and beautiful scenery. You can’t miss the private Japanese garden, which surrounds an idyllic koi pond and a 90-foot waterfall. It’s the perfect backdrop while enjoying the finest Japanese cuisine around.