After getting married in Las Vegas, many couples choose to spend their honeymoon exploring the city and enjoying all it has to offer.
When hunger strikes, there are plenty of restaurants including those that offer a fine dining experience. The top ones are:
Located at the Bellagio, this Michelin-awarded restaurant features French and Spanish-influenced cuisine prepared by award-winning chef Julian Serrano. The dining room has a rustic elegance complete with views of the Bellagio Fountains, white tablecloths, colorful carpeting, and original Picasso masterpieces. Menu options include sauteed filet of black bass, warm quail salad, and roasted milk-fed veal chops.
Andiamo Italian Steakhouse
If you and your new spouse want to enjoy premium steaks, head to Andiamo’s. Voted “Best Steakhouse in Las Vegas” in 2014, the chefs prepare the American steaks and Italian favorites from scratch using fresh ingredients. The waitstaff is incredibly friendly and you may be seated next to one of the many celebrities who dine at this restaurant. You can ask for a booth that’s more private, and menu options include Porterhouse, filet mignon, potato gnocchi, and papperdelle with veal ragu.
Found inside the Four Queens Hotel-Casino, Hugo’s Cellar provides a romantic dining atmosphere that’s perfect for newlyweds. Voted by the Review Journal as the “Best Gourmet Room in Las Vegas” for five straight years, this old-school restaurant takes guests back in time with its mustard colored tablecloths, dim lights, brick walls, and dark wood ceiling. All women are greeted with a rose and the waitstaff wears tuxedos, both of which add to the experience. Entrees are served with assorted warm breads and fruit sorbet, and choices include New York Strip, raspberry chicken, and rack of lamb.
Fans of Frank Sinatra will appreciate Chef Schonegger’s tribute to him at this Forbes Four Star restaurant. Diners can enjoy their meal outside on the quaint patio or in the dining room that’s adorned with some of Sinatra’s awards including his Grammy for “Strangers in the Night” and his Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in From Here to Eternity. The menu features a modern twist on Italian cuisine, and offers some of Sinatra’s favorite dishes that Chef Schonegger prepared for him. Options include spaghetti and clams, ossobuco, and lasagna bolognese.
When dining at Bardot Brasserie, you’ll feel as though you stepped into a cafe in Paris. According to its website, this classic French brasserie experience offers traditional brasserie food and conveys the mood of early film noirs with its mix of low lighting and dramatic shadows that set the stage for mysterious experiences yet to come. The menu includes choices such as Maine Lobster Thermidor, Parisian Gnocchi, and Heritage Chicken Roti.
This is one of the newest fine dining restaurants in Las Vegas, and it was voted one of the country’s hottest dining spots by OpenTable. Guests can enjoy a social atmosphere and friendly service in the dining room that overlooks the pool of Encore Beach Club. The Asian-inspired menu features specialties such as New York strip steak, five-spice garlic lobster, and Wagyu beef and lobster rolls.
Restaurant Guy Savoy
Named one of the “Most Romantic Restaurants in Las Vegas” by Thrillist in 2015, Guy Savoy features the only Krug Chef’s Table in the United States. It offers seating for six guests who can enjoy an intimate view of the kitchen and a delicious tasting menu. According to the restaurant’s website, Chef Savoy does not include any flowers in the restaurant or allow his employees to wear perfume so the aroma of his rich cuisine is not disrupted. Menu options include wild Atlantic turbot, roasted quail breast, and artichoke and black truffle soup.
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