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Where to Eat and Drink in Vegas

Foodies Should Add These New and Notable Spots to the List

Foodies, you’re about to hit the jackpot of new places to try when in Las Vegas. From a new Italian concept to steakhouse, and other establishments for savory cuisine, here’s a look at the highly anticipated restaurant openings this season. Where can’t you wait to eat first?

LPM Restaurant & Bar

When this elegant establishment opens at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in November, it will transport guests to the chic shores of the Côte d’Azur. Featuring the food and fashionable feel of the French Riviera, the London-based eatery will be the largest venue of the restaurant brand. Open for lunch and dinner, the new dining destination delivers distinctive style with fresh interiors featuring beautiful flowers and art. The lively space is perfect for bonding with imaginative Mediterranean dishes, such as Aubergine caviar and Marinated Lamb Cutlets layered with Kalamata olives meant for sharing. The cocktail menu will be equally impressive, with creative libations inspired by the renowned French artist Jean Cocteau and other bar classics.


Inspired by the flavors of New York, this new restaurant from Tao Group Hospitality will redefine classic Italian-American dishes when it makes its debut this fall. Set in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, the thrilling new addition tempts the appetite with its menu of handmade pasta, mouthwatering pizzas, and classic dishes to enjoy in an inviting and lively setting. Whether sipping cocktails, grabbing a quick slice before or after a concert at MGM Grand Garden Arena, or having dinner with family and friends, this highly anticipated spot from the company behind Hakkasan and other well-known establishments is sure to be a culinary sensation that is sure to satisfy cravings. Also, you’ll be glad to know this new dining destination is just a short stroll away from Las Vegas Strip Suites luxurious vacation rentals.

Peter Luger

The legendary steakhouse from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, opens its doors on the Las Vegas Strip at Caesars Palace this November. Reservations for the old-school establishment are now available on Open Table. Marking the first domestic expansion in over 60 years, the new restaurant, owned by the Furman family, will have time-honored traditions, with classic dishes and attentive service. Spanning 8,700 square feet, the new space designed by Jeffrey Beers International offers a chic and industrial aesthetic and modern ambiance to enjoy savory selections, from the exclusive Chilled Shellfish Tower to the Sizzling Signature Steak, among other enticing options.

Brasserie B by Bobby Flay

They say three times is the charm, and that’s the case with the new culinary offering reminiscent of Paris from renowned celebrity chef Bobby Flay. Opening in late 2023, the new establishment will take guests on an exciting food journey inspired by the cuisine of France with signature touches. Along with the main dining room that seats up to 140 people, the restaurant, designed by Olivia Jane Design & Interiors, has a 20-seat bar to enjoy cocktails, wine, or whatever you may fancy. As for the hours, the restaurant will serve brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Fontainebleau Las Vegas Restaurant Collection

Mark your calendars for December 13 when the luxurious Fontainebleau Las Vegas resort opens on the Las Vegas Strip. The property will be home to 36 first-to-market restaurant concepts that will redefine the culinary scene. When cocktails and conversation are in order, a bevy of bars, such as the striking Bleau Bar with its crystal bowtie chandelier and Azul, specializing in mezcal and tequila drinks, will provide the perfect ambiance.

Boasting a fusion of Southeast Asian flavors and Las Vegas flair, Komodo offers diners a unique, high-energy, and immersive experience. Hakkasan founder Alan Yau delivers and delights with eclectic Chinese cuisine in a cozy, clubby atmosphere at his new venture, Chyna Club. Meanwhile, Chef Evan Funke highlights the culinary heritage of Rome with flavorful fare, such as Carbonara and all’ Amatriciana, in a setting that combines modern luxury and Old- World charm at Mother Wolf. For those who prefer casual dining, there is The Tavern, Vida, and Capon’s Burgers, and places to enjoy poolside bites.


Soon noted chef, restaurateur, and James Beard Award Winner Michael Mina will have another dining outpost for foodies to descend on. Slated for a winter opening at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, the restaurant, which means “golden princess” in Greek, will offer tastes of Greece, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East while drawing international influences from Europe, North Africa, Western Asia, and inspiration from the chef’s Egyptian roots. Guests can expect the gastronomy to be remarkable.


This upcoming restaurant at Resorts World Las Vegas will be a game-changer, bringing a slice of New York to the Last Vegas Strip. Known worldwide for its legendary cheesecakes, this iconic eatery is making its West Coast debut, and it’s about to dazzle Vegas with a 300-seat dining experience that covers all the bases. From breakfast classics like award-winning French toast and giant omelets to lunch and dinner selections, such as acclaimed steak burgers, deli sandwiches, and chef specialties, there’s something for every palate. However, the famous homemade cheesecakes are sure to capture attention, with flavors ranging from Strawberry to Chocolate Mousse and Red Velvet to newer creations, such as Oreo and Key Lime.

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