Late Night (After Midnight)

12 Listings

Las Vegas never sleeps, but chefs do. Luckily, these spots have excellent teams cooking well into the night.


Allē Lounge on 66

“For those of us no longer enthralled by the pounding bass of the newest EDM sensations, Allē offers a more refined take on Las Vegas nightlife, with all the decadence, but a lower decibel level,” ...

Bootlegger Italian Bistro

Owned and operated by former Lt. Gov. Lorraine Hunt-Bono, recording artist Dennis Bono and Lorraine’s son, music producer Ron Mancuso, this Italian eatery is equally beloved for its family-style It...

Du-Par's Restaurant and Bakery

What makes a great pancake? It may be hard to put a finger on it, but the consensus seems to be that the folks at Du-Par’s Restaurant and Bakery have the formula down. Founded in Los Angeles, the r...

Hachi Japanese Yakitori Izakaya

Food blogger Philip Tzeng is an unabashed fan of Hachi Japanese Yakitori Izakaya. “Hachi is my favorite izakaya in town and it starts with the highest quality binchotan (Japanese charcoal) used by...

Herbs & Rye

Don’t be fooled by the nondescript standalone building located west of The Strip; Herbs & Rye is viewed by many as the epicenter of craft cocktail culture in Las Vegas. Walking through the doors is...

Izakaya Go Japanese Tapas & Bar

Tapas has evolved in America over the past few decades, from a Spanish tradition to an effective way of serving (and consuming) small plates representing numerous international cuisines. And those ...

Jackson’s Bar & Grill

Self-proclaimed “Fuku Burger dude” Colin Fukunaga (founder and owner of the Las Vegas restaurants of that name) says Jackson’s Bar & Grill is a great place to go for an after-midnight meal. Specifi...

Japaneiro Asian Infusion

Neon Feast contributor and Las Vegas Advisor publisher Anthony Curtis said the drive to Japaneiro, which is about five miles west of the Strip, is well worth it. “Terrific steaks in an unlikely lo...

Musashi Japanese Steakhouse

The “Japanese steakhouse” was an early introduction to a complex, multifaceted cuisine for a lot of Americans, and the time-tested Musashi evokes the spirit of that era. It’s in the tourism corrido...

Peppermill

This timeless classic combines a coffee shop, romantic lounge and late-night hangout into a piece of living Las Vegas history. Debuting on The Strip the day after Christmas 1972, it’s survived the ...

Sand Dollar Lounge

The legacy of the Sand Dollar Lounge dates back to 1976, but the place just keeps getting better over time. Located on the eastern edge of Chinatown, the bar is a reliable destination for free live...

The Oyster Bar (Palace )

For some, no trip to Las Vegas is complete without a visit to Palace Station, where guests will gladly stand on line for hours for one of Oyster Bar’s coveted 18 seats. And that isn’t an exaggerati...

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