Jun 18, 2014
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Travel Las Vegas, Nevada

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Explore the sights, sounds, food, and attractions of Las Vegas, Nevada with this Destenaire mini-guide of Vegas.

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Where to Eat, Party, and Grab Coffee

Just about every hotel in Vegas has multiple bars and restaurants. In fact, most Las Vegas hotels are paramount to small villages. You can eat, sleep, walk your dog, gamble, exercise, and shop without ever leaving your hotel’s premises. Las Vegas is well known for great dining options, but did you know Vegas is home to celebrity chefs and multiple Michelin star winners?


Chef Guy Savoy, Caesars Palace Las Vegas

(The Strip) 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89109

(702) 731-7286 • WebsiteYelp ReviewsMenu

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Indoor and Outdoor seating available.


Michelin 2 Stars, eleven time recipient of the AAA Five Diamond Award

Le Cirque

Lakeside at Bellagio

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Le Cirque has received a AAA Five Diamond rating for 13 consecutive years.
French cuisine.
900 international wine selections.


Best Las Vegas Restaurant by Zagat Survey, France’s Chef of the Century by Gault Millau restaurant guide

Looking for delicious food for under $80 per person?

On or off the strip you can find a variety of hidden gems. At peak season times you will generally want to make reservations, but sometimes you get lucky.

Places to get local beer

  • Ellis Island Hotel and Casino brews it’s own beer (which you can get for a few dollars a pint).
  • Main Station Casino has the 777 restaurant/brewery (a good micro brew if you are on Fremont street)
  • Big Dogs Brewery and Teneya Creek Brewery are the 2 main Local Brewery’s.
  • Aces and Ales have 2 locations now with 50 taps and a large/delicious food menu.
  • The Freaking Frog is your hipster bar near UNLV, lots of locals/College Students and they have bands that come in.
  • The Double Down Saloon is a must for the Dive Bar lover, they also bring in local talent.
  • Money Shot is popular to hash house harriers and has a great local vibe.
  • Millers Ale House and the Yard House offer a large assortment of taps for the thirsty traveler.
  • Checkout the Linq (where the new High Roller ferris wheel bar is located) they have places like O’Sheas (great little Irish bar) and the Brooklyn Bowl which has good food/beer/bowling and live music concerts (some are free others you can purchase tickets for)

Coffee shops in Las Vegas

Almost every hotel in Vegas has a coffee shop like Starbucks, but they say variety is the spice of life so here are a few other options.

  • Sunrise Coffee House
  • Grouchy John’s Coffee
  • Tiabi Coffee & Waffle Bar
  • Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii
  • Tipsy Coffee House

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