"Bon appetite", as the French would say, but you'll learn that Las Vegas caters to tastes from all over the world. French, Italian, Japanese, Mediterranean, Mexican. Whatever your pallet desires, you'll find it here.
When you travel to a big city, chances are one of the bigger concerns on your mind is where you're going to be eating for the duration of your vacation. Cities like New York and Chicago are known for their small hole-in-the-wall locations where all the locals are known by name. When you start heading to cities like Las Vegas, where tourists are drawn to the high level of entertainment value, you start seeing a lack of hole-in-the-wall locals and an abundance of first class restaurants. If you're looking to dine like a king (or queen) on the Las Vegas Strip, you're going to find yourself faced with the daunting task of choosing one restaurant out of the dozens of five-star locals. You can either take on the task yourself or let somebody else do the planning for and experience what its like to dine like a VIP.
Though it may be set off of the strip, one of the best restaurants to dine at is a five-star brewery named Gordon Biersch. Offering a fine array of elegant dining fair, Gordon Biersch takes on the look and feel of a small town brewery without losing the elegance of a high end Las Vegas dining experience. Biersch's menu is filled with delicious entrees that compliment the extensive beer menu, which is brewed on-site and includes a vast selection of German Lagers. VIP packages to Gordon's can include access to special events like the Brewer's Dinner, which treats a limited number of guests to a special food menu and a featured brew for each course.
Rounding off the "off-the-strip" experience with a short bus or cab ride from your hotel is the Firefly Tapas Kitchen and Bar. An elegant menu of fresh ingredients creates a reasonably priced dining experience at Firefly. From filet mignon sliders to lamb chops, Firefly treats its food with respect to ensure the best flavors come out of it. Let Bachelor Vegas plan your night out and you'll arrive in style to one of Firefly's two locations, where you'll be treated like a first class VIP. With a VIP dining package, you'll have a round of drinks waiting for you to start the night off perfectly.
If you'd rather stay on the Strip for your VIP night out, you can make a night out at a sweet-infused place like the Sugar Factory. With a menu that compliments its array of sweet deserts, the Sugar Factory caters to a crowd with richer tastes, and while the entrees are delicious, the deserts are to die for. For those with a palette for seafood, a night at Emeril's Fish House brings a bit of the Big Easy to Sin City. Cajun infused dishes round off Lagasse's perfect dining experience at the MGM Grand. For a little taste of what the southwest has to offer, be sure to make reservations at Mesa Grill at Caesar's Palace. Catering to a slightly more carnivorous crowd, star chef Bobby Flay opened Mesa Grill with a southwestern-inspired menu in mind. Green chile, spicy black bean sauce, and coffee-spiced rubs litter Mesa's elegant menu and promise to provide the best of what the southwest has to offer.
If you find yourself with an empty stomach in Las Vegas, chances are you aren't making the best of your trip. With the innumerable amount of restaurants lining just the Las Vegas Strip, it's quite understandable if you start to feel overwhelmed. To ease your stress of finding a place to dine at and ensuring you don't have to wait on any sort of line, let Bachelor Vegas make the reservations for you. Arrive in style and dine like kings with an array of VIP dining packages.To reserve your table at Las Vegas restaurant, call 1800-920-8847