Caesars Palace/Forum Shops

9 Listings

Caesars Palace and The Forum Shops offer a variety of dining options, from buffets to fine dining.


Amalfi by Bobby Flay

Many were shocked when Bobby Flay announced he was closing his perennial Caesars Palace favorite, Mesa Grill, and replacing it with his first Italian restaurant. At the time, Flay explained that th...

Bacchanal Buffet

Boasting what is believed to be the largest spread of any Vegas buffet, this Caesars Palace feast was recommended by seven survey respondents -- including Modern Luxury editor Emmy Kasten, Golden T...

Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen

Located in front of Caesars Palace, fiery chef Gordon Ramsay’s most popular TV show comes to life in the restaurant that bears his name. Part of the fun dining at Hell’s Kitchen is feeling like you...

Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

This iconic dining destination dates back to 1913 in Miami, but feels right at home on the Las Vegas Strip. Joe's is a classic American steakhouse with numerous dining rooms and an indoor "patio" i...

Nobu

“The biggest problem Nobu Matsuhisa faces is that the groundbreaking dishes that made him famous were so damn good, they’ve been imitated by countless lesser chefs,” notes Al Mancini, host of the F...

Pronto by Giada

Fans of Giada de Laurentiis who can’t get a table at her eponymous spot at The Cromwell -- or are looking for something a little more casual and/or budget-friendly -- gravitate to this fast-casual...

Restaurant Guy Savoy

Famed Paris chef Guy Savoy has just one restaurant outside Paris -- and it's in Las Vegas. Restaurant Guy Savoy serves the chef's elevated take on French cuisine with multi-course menus that feel l...

Sushi Roku

This multi-faceted eatery at the Forum Shops at Caesars was a big winner in the Japanese Sushi and Japanese Robata categories thanks to a fan base that includes management and marketing consultant ...

The Palm Las Vegas

The Palm first opened its doors in New York City in 1926, becoming a favorite hangout for artists, entertainers and cartoonists, with caricatures of famous patrons adorning the walls. Expanding acr...

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