Big Splurge

10 Listings

Whether you're winning at the tables, or just looking to throw caution to the wind, Las Vegas is the best city on earth for dining when you're not worried about the price tag. And while the places on this list don't necessarily REQUIRE an unlimited budget, they are certainly equipped to help you spend big on those occasions when money is no object.

Harlo Steakhouse & Bar

Harlo is what you get if you could take an indulgent, modern steakhouse from the Strip and transplant it to Downtown Summerlin. The menu is in great hands with a kitchen team led by Chef Gina Marin...

Bazaar Meat

Known as a pioneer of avant garde cooking techniques and for bringing Spanish tapas to the US, Jose Andres was an unlikely contender to helm Las Vegas’ top steakhouse. Yet no venue on or off The St...

Joel Robuchon

Perhaps not a “celebrity” by American pop-culture standards, Joel Robuchon was arguably the most famous and most celebrated chef in the fine-dining world. Among his countless honors: being named Ch...

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...

Partage

Chef Yuri Szarzewski, Pastry Chef Vincent Pellerin and manager Nicolas Kalpokdjian all worked in Michelin-starred restaurants in France before moving to Las Vegas with a dream of opening a restaura...

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...

é by José Andrés

First things first: é by José Andrés is unlike any other restaurant in Las Vegas. It’s probably unlike any restaurant in which you’ve ever dined, or ever will again. "Longtime food writer Al Manci...

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...

Wakuda

Wakuda isn't cheap, but you're allowed to choose your own adventure. The first U.S. restaurant by Chef Tetsuya Wakuda is a stylish space, decorated with splashes of color and quirky artwork inspire...

Kaiseki Yuzu

Kaiseki Yuzu is one of the most rewarding dining experiences in Chinatown, a neighborhood overloaded with Asian restaurants and increasing competition among ultra-premium, high-end Japanese options...

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