Known for its extravagant night life, city lights, and fun atmosphere, Las Vegas has a lot to offer travelers. With so much going, most travelers miss the chance to dine at the local Las Vegas restaurants that the locals love.
If you’re an egg enthusiast who craves eggs morning, afternoon, and night and in all sorts of shapes and sizes, Eggslut is the restaurant for you. Eggslut serves eggs at all times of the day and is known by the locals for its creative egg creations including The Gaucho- an egg sandwich that uses wagyu tri-tip seared steak, an over-medium egg, red onions, arugula, chimichurri sauce, and a slightly warmed brioche bun. Eggslut also offer salads and burgers that make great use of eggs.
Opened by Christina Tofi, Milk Bar will become your go-to Las Vegas restaurant for satisfying your sweet tooth. Offering tasty treats like birthday cake truffles, blueberry and cream cookies, and Tofi’s original creation, crack pie, Milk Bar is the best place to indulge your cravings. Milk Bar also offers fancy shakes- classic milkshakes with a twist of adult juice (alcohol, of course!).
One of the most popular Japanese restaurants in Las vegas, Sushi Roku is the go-to sushi joint for both locals and tourists. Sushi Roku boasts a calming atmosphere and delicious food including various salads, kimchi cucumber sunomono, tuna pizza, and roasted cauliflower. You can also throw back a drink or two, as the restaurant has an extensive liquor menu.
Elia Authentic Greek Tavern
Good Greek food is hard to comeby, however, one step into Elia Authentic Greek Tavern will convince you that you’ve found a hidden gem. The atmosphere is calm and relaxing, giving off a certain air of charm. The food, including tarama and tzatziki, is made in house and is authentic Greek cuisine that uses old-world recipes and flavors.
Home to traditional Asian cuisine, P.F Chang’s will transport you to China with every bite. The restaurant uses traditional wok-style cooking, hand-crafted sauces, and fresh ingredients that are prepared in house. Dishes include sushi, Chinese dim-sum, Vietnamese soups and bowls, wok-fried chicken and beef, and noodles and rice. P.F Chang’s has something to offer every traveler.
Taking dining to a new level with a sit-down meal at the rainforest cafe. Decorated to inspire feelings of a real rainforest and offering tasty food, this restaurant is a must-see. The cafe is family-friendly and entertaining for children as there are tons of fun things to look at, but it also offers its adult patrons a happy hour. Rainforest cafe serves American food that is cooked to perfection and held to high standards.
If you’re feeling sophisticated, treat yourself to a meal at the capital grille. A high-class, fine dining establishment, the capital grille caters to diners and takes strides to make their customers happy. The restaurant offers a variety of fine wines and dishes from steak to shrimp and octopus, making it the perfect place for a first date or wedding anniversary.