Our Top 5 Picks for Vegas Restaurants

raku-vegasIt seems food is a frequent topic of discussion and thought, no matter where we are in the world. This is especially true when you’re on vacation and have the ample opportunity to try out all kinds of new eateries and foods you likely wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else. Whether you’re entertaining fine company or are treating yourself to a five-star vacation, you won’t want to risk missing out on these fine restaurants nestled in the heart of Las Vegas. Consider taking a lunch break at one of these places during your visit to Vegas!

Raku

While this restaurant is one of the more inconspicuous looking places on our list, its menu packs tons of flavor! Raku is the ideal spot for anyone who enjoys sushi or general Japanese cuisine. Mitsuo Endo, Raku’s owner and executive chef, hails from Tokyo and created the restaurant to bring his unique spin on Japanese food to the Vegas strip. If you go to Raku, you may have the opportunity to run into various other chefs who’ve made a name for themselves in Vegas. Best of all, this restaurant is one of the top places to go for those who enjoy a late night out on the town! Raku closes at 3 AM.

CUT

If you’re in the mood for excellent steak, CUT will be more your speed. The restaurant is known for its prime preparation of their tender cuts, which involves dry aging the meat. This process can take up to several weeks at a time, but the results are well worth it. You won’t find a more flavorful steak anywhere else on the Las Vegas strip; in fact, it may just turn you off having steak anywhere else in the country! You’ll find a wealth of other dining options at CUT if you’re up for something savory and delectable but aren’t quite in the mood for steak. CUT is the perfect end to a day of travel in limousines in Las Vegas.

Le Cirque

Imagine stepping out of your Las Vegas limousine and into a uniquely named eatery on the strip. On the inside, you find a harmony of bright colors all around you, draping from the ceilings and rolling out along the floors and even decorating the food you eat. This is the case for anyone visiting Le Cirque, which means “the circus” in French. With its colorful interior and gourmet French menu, we guarantee Le Cirque will be one place you will never forget. The food matches the interior because it is delightfully and creatively presented through a careful and effective understanding of color and aesthetics. If you’re looking for some of the strip’s most remarkable places as you take advantage of our Las Vegas limo services, you’ll definitely want to give Le Cirque a shot!

While these are some top-notch ways to have fun in Vegas, this isn’t all you can do. Contact us to learn about the many other ways VIPs can enjoy and experience Las Vegas to the fullest!

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