Five of the Best New Restaurants in Las Vegas

    AUGUST 08, 2014

    Las Vegas has long been defined by the blazing neon signs and often ostentatious hotels and casinos lining its infamous Strip. But in recent years, the city’s dining tables have gained reputations almost as eminent as those of its gambling tables and other more colorful diversions. Indeed, virtually every brand-name chef—from Joël Robuchon to Gordon Ramsay—has opened a flagship Las Vegas restaurant in the last decade or so, with more and more venerable eateries popping up every year, mostly within one of the city’s famed hotel-casinos. Here is our list of the newest and most noteworthy dining establishments to arrive in Las Vegas, all of which are sure to help satiate the desire for what is quickly becoming Sin City’s most popular indulgence.

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