Fine dining food experience at Picasso restaurant in Las Vegas
Cool Dining Experiences To Add To Your Las Vegas Bucket List
At the top of the Stratosphere Tower and over 800 feet above the street, the aptly named Top of the World restaurant has stunning panoramas in all directions.
Top Of The World
Get dolled up and start with an espresso martini, then choose from their raw bar before trying the prime tomahawk chop and a wine selection from the world-class menu.
This charming French bistro in the Paris Hotel by the Eiffel Tower has mosaic tiles and floor-to-ceiling windows, perfect for people-watching on the strip.
Mon Ami Gabi
Start with an onion soup au gratin or steak frites. Mon Ami Gabi also does a delicious weekend brunch with breakfast cocktails, French toast, and eggs benedict galore.
Run by double Michelin-starred chef Tetsuya Wakuda, expect to find world-class traditional and innovative sushi and an incredible lineup of whiskey and sake.
In the Palazzo at The Venetian, the atmosphere wows with two dueling sumo figures framed by cherry blossom trees and swanky bar seating with mood lighting.
The Omakase dinner option is an experience in and of itself. Be sure to seal the evening with the pink sudachi, a delectable dessert made from white chocolate citrus mousse.
Inside the Wynn, this seafood restaurant is along the Lake of Dreams, allowing guests a front-row seat to some of the best entertainment in the city.
The performers leap and twirl in carnival-like colors as you dine. Start with a shrimp cocktail and a glass of wine, and try the dry-aged big-eye tuna chop for something hearty.
Original Picasso works, stunning fountain views, and an award-winning menu and wine list are just a few of the things Picasso in the Bellagio has going for it.
With a wine cellar, Picasso regularly has 1,500 labels available. The prix fixe menu includes options like poached oysters, warm quail salad, Maine lobster, or deer medallions.