Vegas Christmases are as busy and fun-filled as anywhere else — and maybe more-so, which makes a traditional family meal at the end of the day all the more important! Today we’re featuring the 10 top restaurants for a Christmas dinner with the family. If you think you might like to reserve a table, please do so as soon as possible! Seating is limited and running out fast.
The award-winning French cuisine inside this Michelin three-star restaurant will certainly make your Vegas vacation memorable. I’d go so far as to call dining here a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Another plus? It’s located inside the iconic MGM Grand so you can do some sightseeing before and after dinner.
You’ll find one of the best steakhouses in Vegas at the SLS! From Japanese Kobe to suckling pig from Spain, you’ll savor every bite at this “wild and wonderful celebration of the carnivorous.”
Chef Mitsuo Endo uses Japanese charcoal to grill skewers and fish imported directly from Tokyo. If you’re looking for a unique experience, try the omakase. It’s a chef’s choice dish that features special items that are not on the regular menu.
This Italian-influenced steakhouse has the best super prime beef, wine, and handmade pasta in town. It’s one of the best Italian restaurants in America!
One of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world. Its 2010 opening at the Cosmopolitan has attracted many visitors to stop by for a bite of their world-famous grilled octopus and fresh, fried calamari.
Chef Shawn McClain uses the finest local produce to create some sophisticated simple cuisines like Wagyu short rib with pomme dauphine and hay-roasted turnips. Sage was recognized as the Best Gourmet Restaurant in town by the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2011.
Wolfgang Puck opened this classic steakhouse at the Palazzo as the second location of the award-winning Beverly Hills steakhouse of the same name. It is widely acknowledged as one of the most sought-after restaurants in the world.
The French brasserie of your dreams. With classic dishes like Maine Lobster Thermidor and Oak-smoked Duroc Pork Chop, you will not regret coming here on Christmas day!
Since its opening in 2001, Craftsteak has offered a great selection of savory meats and amazingly fresh fish on its seafood menu. Craftsteak has been recognized as Best Steakhouse by Las Vegas Life Magazine.
This savory French restaurant features classic Savoy dishes such as Soupe d’artichaut à la truffe noire and brioche feuillellée aux champignons et truffles to emulate its Paris location. The Caviar Room offers an exclusive menu of caviar dishes. It’s no surprise Forbes Travel Guide has given it the “Five-Star Award.”
Which Las Vegas restaurant is your favorite? Tell us in the comment!