5 Can’t-Miss Restaurants to Try While in Vegas

Part of the fun of going to a trade show is exploring the food options in the host city — and Vegas is no exception. With so many options, choosing the right dinner spot can feel daunting.

We’re taking some of the guesswork out of your dining experiences. Check out these 5 great restaurants on the Vegas strip.


The Venetian Las Vegas
3355 S Las Vegas Blvd

Yardbird has American comfort food down to a science. Yardbird is hailed as one of “America’s Best Restaurants for a Big Night Out” by Forbes, and as the home of “The Best Fried Chicken in the U.S.” by Southern Living. Come for the sweet tea braised short rib or the chicken and waffles, stay for one of their award-winning bourbon cocktails.


Park MGM Las Vegas
3770 S Las Vegas Blvd

For an Italian experience like no other, try Eataly. Find a bustling 40,000 square foot Italian marketplace with fresh pasta, meats cheeses and more around every corner. Explore quintessential Italian dishes made right before your eyes from ingredients in the market with their counter-to-table Cucina del Mercato experience. If you would prefer a more traditional sit-down dinner, visit one of the two restaurants they have at the market. The options are endless!

Siegel’s Bagelmania

252 Convention Center Drive

Located just two minutes’ walk from the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, this hidden gem is a local favorite and one of Vegas’ best-kept secrets. Here at the largest Jewish deli and bakery in the city, you’ll find fantastic bagels, schmears, salads, and other meals. An ideal spot for a quick breakfast or lunch.

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria

Grand Canal Shoppes
3327 S Las Vegas Blvd

Grimaldi’s Pizza serves up the same classic pizza in Vegas they started serving over 100 years ago under the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. Pizza lovers can enjoy the traditional coal-fired brick oven pizza at this Las Vegas staple.

CUT by Wolfgang Puck

The Palazzo
3325 Las Vegas Blvd S

CUT is driven by world-famous chef Wolfgang Puck’s philosophy that truly good food doesn’t need complex recipes or secret ingredients. At this restaurant, they pride themselves on offering the finest steaks, simply prepared and beautifully presented. This restaurant is one of Las Vegas’ best and reservations can fill up quickly, so be sure to book your table early.

It’s hard to go wrong when choosing a restaurant in Vegas, but we hope this list gives you a good place to start once you’re at the Builders’ Show.

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