Las Vegas has long been hailed as a culinary mecca, offering a dazzling array of dining experiences that cater to every palate. As we head into 2024 and to the NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) in Vegas, Feb 27 – 29, the city’s food scene continues to evolve, introducing innovative concepts, celebrity chef collaborations and unique gastronomic adventures. Join us on a culinary journey through the hottest dining destinations to check out while you’re in Las Vegas for the Builders’ Show.
Nestled on the North Las Vegas Strip, the recently opened Fontainebleau is a towering presence on the skyline and a haven for food enthusiasts. With an extensive lineup of restaurants, the resort brings South Florida’s nightlife scene to the desert with diverse culinary experiences ranging from upscale dining to casual delights.
Peter Luger Steak House at Caesars Palace
The legendary Peter Luger Steakhouse, a New York institution since 1887, has expanded its empire to the heart of the Strip. Located at Caesars Palace, this iconic steakhouse is known for its mouthwatering Porterhouse, thick-cut bacon and stiff martinis. Experience the classic Bavarian aesthetic combined with modern touches, all while savoring prime cuts dry-aged on-site.
Ocean Prime at 63
Head to the new multi-level plaza at CityCenter and discover Ocean Prime, the flagship tenant at 63. This sophisticated restaurant offers charbroiled steaks, fresh seafood and delicious sushi rolls in a classic yet modern setting. The tree-lined patio overlooking the bustling Las Vegas Boulevard adds a touch of elegance to your dining experience.
The Bedford at Paris
Celebrity chef Martha Stewart makes her mark on Las Vegas with The Bedford, a new restaurant at the Paris casino. Inspired by Stewart’s New York farmhouse, The Bedford exudes coziness and sophistication. With less than 200 seats, this intimate space offers a fresh take on culinary arts with a menu crafted from fresh ingredients by independent producers.
Crash N Burn
Experience elevated eats, crafted cocktails and wild nights at Crash N Burn, a new downtown destination. Indulge in the best American fare while overlooking Fremont Street on the expansive 100-foot patio. Keep the party going with DuckPin Bowling and vintage arcade games.
Electric Pickle at The Bend
Embrace the pickleball phenomenon at Electric Pickle in the new outdoor shopping and dining complex, The Bend. With nine pickleball courts, a two-story restaurant, rooftop bar and space for live music, Electric Pickle promises a unique and lively dining experience.
Mayfair Supper Club at Bellagio
Experience the glamour of vintage London supper clubs at Mayfair Supper Club. Located at Bellagio, this dining destination offers a blend of dinner and entertainment, with singers, dancers and live musicians performing on a retractable stage against the stunning backdrop of the Bellagio fountains.
Cathédrale Las Vegas
Embark on a culinary journey at Cathédrale. Navigate through a narrow hallway branching off the lobby of Aria Las Vegas to reach the French-Mediterranean dining haven. Expect classic dishes that epitomize coastal indulgence, such as The Omelette adorned with fingerling potato chips and Kaluga caviar, a whole Dover sole complemented by caper butter and Clos Ste. Magdeleine rosé and grilled octopus accompanied by a luscious tomato ragout.
Delilah stands as one of the most sought-after experiences on the Strip. This supper club seamlessly weaves together the vibrancy of the Roaring ’20s with sumptuous steaks, crafted cocktails and captivating live performances. Ascend to the upstairs bar, reminiscent of a Prohibition-era speakeasy, where the immersive ambiance encourages you to stow away your phones — strictly prohibited in this captivating throwback setting.
Entering Cipriani Las Vegas is akin to stepping onto a luxurious yacht. This iconic establishment brings a timeless blend of classic glamour, flawless service and authentic Italian and Venetian recipes to the Wynn Plaza. Indulge in signature classics like the original Carpaccio alla Cipriani, baked tagliolini with ham and luscious vanilla meringue. Cipriani turns its mozzarella up a notch — producing it in Italy and flying it into Vegas.
Las Vegas in 2024 is a haven for food enthusiasts with diverse culinary offerings that push the boundaries of taste and experience. Whether you’re craving a classic steakhouse experience, upscale dining with a view or a casual night out with craft beer and games, the city has something to satisfy every appetite. After the Builders’ Show ends for the day, explore, indulge and savor the flavors of Las Vegas, where dining is not just a meal but a culinary adventure.