Are you looking for a new spot to dine around the valley? Well, here’s six restaurants that Las Vegas locals have to try this fall. Some of these are personal places that we grew up with in Las Vegas that bring back childhood memories. Some are just Las Vegas staples. Others are really new trendy spots that we absolutely love. If you’ve tried any of these, let us know what you think.
Rose Rabbit Lie, a cool speakeasy spot that love, not only for its food but its ambiance. Rose Rabbit Lie is not advertised and can be extremely difficult to find. It’s intentional. It’s located in the Cosmopolitan in the Chelsea Tower. It’s a modern social club that wows you every time you go, the food is exceptional with amazing live music and performances.
Me Gusta Taco, Taco Tuesday anyone, anyone? This a great place that our team loves to go and hang out. We have some tacos, relax. For a quick amazing meal, you can’t beat Me Gusta Taco. The owners are always there, super friendly, and always happy to see you. Our personal favorite is the California Wrap. It has tater tots in it. Come on. The food’s always fresh no matter what we get. We love it ’cause tacos.
Ventano’s. Ventano’s has a full view of the Las Vegas strip and is rated as a five-star Italian restaurant. It has become a staple in Las Vegas over the past 15 years. Exceptional award-winning Italian food that will even impress your Italian grandmother. Ventano’s is a great place to bring a date or people who are visiting and don’t wanna go to the strip but wanna see it. Here’s a fun fact: Mike McNamara used to bus tables and has his wedding rehearsal there.
One of my favorites, the Four Kegs. For the best stromboli in Las Vegas, ya gotta head there. Guy Fiere swears that they make the best stromboli he’s ever had. It’s a great local spot that’s been around since the 60s and 70s.
A personal favorite of my wife’s: Mon Ami Gabi. It’s great French food and amazing atmosphere and always amazing steak frittatas. It’s rated as one of the best gluten-free restaurants in all of Las Vegas. It’s located in Paris.
A personal favorite of a lot of people I know, and it is amazing food: Sparrow and Wolf. It’s an ever-evolving dining experience. It offers something different for every pallet while tickling the foodie brain in the most delightful ways. Be prepared to become addicted to the modern American food. It’s pretty amazing.
Here a quick few other favorites in town. The Tap House for the best wings, Yassou is the best Mediterranean, Sushi Koma for sushi, Battista’s Hole in the Wall, and Verrazano’s: old school Vegas pizza are some of the best.
If you have any questions or suggestions, reach out to the Mike McNamara Group at Coldwell Banker Premier Realty.