There’s more to Las Vegas than gambling and glitzy stage shows! in a city designed to entertain, you can also find a number of excellent and unusual dining options. Looking for something a little different? Check out these unique Las Vegas dining experiences:
This mob-style speakeasy features decor out of a mid-century mafia movie and a traditional Italian menu. Dim lighting and cushy velvet booths make this a romantic and unusual destination. The restaurant features live entertainment every night. Dishes all have gangster themes, such as “Bogey’s Bruscetta” and “Bust a Cap” mushroom caps.
Chances are good that you’ll recognize this restaurant the moment you step inside. The Peppermill Restaurant has been featured in a number of Las Vegas films, including “The Cotton Club” and “Casino.” Opened in 1972, th restaurant has been kept in classic old-Vegas style. The decor and menu both epitomize the Vegas Strip’s classic era. It’s also a great place for celebrity spotting. The Peppermill is a favorite of stars that include Penn Jillette, Criss Angel, Guy Fieri and Floyd Mayweather.
Las Vegas has long been famous for its buffet restaurants, but no other is as indulgent as Bacchanal Buffet. Diners can choose from a dizzying 500 dishes every day. Even with this selection and the 600-seat size, you can still avoid long lines using their interactive check in kiosks. The team of chefs present options that include red velvet pancakes, watermelon and feta salad, smoked pork belly, chilled king crab legs, oak-grilled lamb chops and many others. If you really want to indulge, talk to your cashier about premium options that include unlimited mimosas or “all you care to drink” upgrades.
Dine on fine Italian food in view of the Las Vegas shark tank pool. All pasta is made in-house. If you are feeling like a more casual meal, check out the brick oven pizza, including unique choices like the spinach, pear and gorgonzola pie. The best cocktail choice in the house is their famous Peach Bellini.
This revolving restaurant located 800 feet up in the air gives you startling 360 views of the city, doing a full revolution every 80 minutes. Looking for a unique way to pop the question? The restaurant offers proposal packages that include roses, chocolate presentation boxes and champagne toasts. If you just want to stop in for a drink before a show, you can also choose from a large menu of specialty cocktails, fine wines and craft beers.
No matter how long you are in town, you can find new and unique experiences all along the strip. There are new and different opportunities every day of the week.