The Best Fine Dining In Las Vegas, Nevada

The Best Fine Dining In Las Vegas, Nevada
No matter where you are in Las Vegas, delicious food is just around the corner. Good food is a must, but an amazing experience should accompany it. These are some of the best restaurants for fine dining in Las Vegas.
Glass of Cognac ©cyclonebill/Flickr

Guy Savoy

Located in the Caesar’s Palace Hotel is this Michelin-starred restaurant. It emulates the original Parisian restaurant, both of which were created by French chef Guy Savoy. The menu features creative takes on authentic French cuisine. Different and inventive items like the artichoke and black truffle soup will get your attention. After dinner, enjoy a drink at the restaurant’s Cognac Lounge.

Meal at Joël Robuchon ©Kok Chih & Sarah Gan/Flickr

Joël Robuchon

It’s a rare thing for a restaurant to receive all three coveted Michelin stars, but this restaurant is the first and only establishment in Las Vegas to do so. Chef Joël Robuchon was voted France’s Chef of the Century, and his restaurant at the MGM Grand Hotel is his only restaurant in the United States. This exclusive restaurant offers a prix fixe menu that features dishes like their popular truffled langoustine ravioli with chopped cabbage.

Picasso Restaurant ©Travis Wise/Flickr


This Las Vegas restaurant is inspired by, and named after, the famous Spanish artist. The French and Spanish cuisine featured here is indicative of his time spent in both countries. Located in the luxurious Bellagio hotel, this Michelin-starred restaurant has five separate menus to choose from, in addition to more than 1,500 labels of wine. Guests may enjoy their deluxe meal while gazing at a few of Pablo Picasso’s very own pieces.

Fillet of Beef with Cream of Pepper ©Richard Lee/Flickr

SW Steakhouse

An award-winning steakhouse, SW is home to some of the best steaks and American cuisine in all of Las Vegas. Patrons of this restaurant, which is located inside the Wynn Hotel, are presented with both dinner and a show. This is because most of the tables sit lakeside of the hotel’s Lake of Dreams where nightly light shows take place. The chili-rubbed double rib eye and pecan blonde brownie are just a few of the mouthwatering delicacies on the menu.

Le Cirque

Extravagance is the name of the game at The Bellagio Hotel. In addition to the popular Picasso restaurant, Le Cirque is a favorite dining choice among Las Vegas residents and visitors. The restaurant is decorated like a real circus, with colorful fabric ballooning from the ceiling like a big top tent. Though some may not associate “circus” with “classy,” this upscale restaurant defies expectations. It features exquisite French classics such as escargot and foie gras.