Vegas DiningMany celebrity chefs, such as Gordon Ramsey, Wolfgang Puck, Mario Batali and Bobby Flay, call Las Vegas home.

Wolfgang Puck’s CUT Steakhouse at the Venetian was voted by Bon Appetit magazine as one of the nation’s top three steakhouses. The mouthwatering menu consists of an incredible selection of meat ranging from USDA Prime 35-day dry aged to Australian Wagyu, and creative sides like creamed spinach with fried organic eggs, an array of house-made sauces including chimichurri.

Rao, a Harlem institution of more than 115 years, is the perfect place for Italian cuisine lovers. Located in Caesars Palace, you can enjoy an overflowing with marinara sauce and the whoops of wine-soaked celebrants.

Jose Andres’ Jaleo at the Cosmopolitan Hotel offers a tapas-style menu of consistently unique flavors like grilled hanger steak with piquillo pepper confit, raw salmon with anchovy-lemon oil, and several different kinds of paellas.

Stack at the Mirage is a low key and creative American eatery serving rarefied comfort foods like the fried potato logs jazzed up with brie and bacon, short rib meatballs, mini lamb gyros and “lollipop” style Buffalo wings.

Nobu Matsuhisa’s Nobu at Caesers Palace is the largest property of the chef’s empire of Peruvian Japanese cuisine. It is an unbeatable choice for sushi, sashimi or cooked dishes, such as the famous rock shrimp tempura and miso black cod. The lengthy sake menu is an added plus.

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