Seafood

11 Listings

Although Las Vegas is landlocked, these seafood spots spare no expense in delivering the best representation of their cuisine. Check them out.


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...

CATCH

The fun begins as you enter CATCH through an opulent 80-foot-long arched pergola lined with twinkling foliage overhead and vibrant, bloom-infused flower walls. Don’t be shy about taking a picture i...

Estiatorio Milos

Estiatorios Milos offers a Greek spin on fresh seafood in a modern, upscale environment. Costas Spiliadis' concept was a Las Vegas fixture for years at the Cosmopolitan, but relocated to the Veneti...

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...

King's Fish House

Southern California-based King’s proves its seafood cred by emphasizing fresh seasonal specials like spiny lobster, Dungeness crab and Alaskan salmon when each is at its peak. But you’ll find a bro...

Lakeside

Line-caught sustainable fish, colossal lobsters and other internationally sourced seafood delicacies offered with a view of Wynn Las Vegas’ Lake of Dreams are what landed Lakeside at the Wynn on ou...

Michael Mina

Arrive early, so you can take time to enjoy the Bellagio Conservatory on your way in. One of Las Vegas’ best free attractions, the seasonal display is a feel-good sensory overload that might oversh...

Other Mama

“Not just sushi, which is great, but also a killer menu ranging from raw bar to cooked dishes accompanied by a great bar list,” says Bryan Bass, VP of Marketing for Strip operator Carver Hospitalit...

Oyster Bar (Santa Fe)

Few chefs can compete with the taste of fond memories. How else can you explain the cult-like devotion and national media attention the Palace Station Oyster Bar receives, while its sister restaura...

The Legends Oyster Bar

If you're looking for fresh seafood in a quiet neighborhood setting, it's hard to beat The Legends Oyster Bar, a small aquatic-themed restaurant in a Strip mall between The Lakes and Summerlin. "Fr...

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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