How to Choose Where to Eat in Las Vegas

There was a time in Las Vegas when the only places to eat were fast food restaurants,cheap coffee shops that offered large portions of inexpensive food or buffets filled with cheap and not so tasty foods. Well those days are gone. Las Vegas has become quite the restaurant town. All of the top chefs now have signature restaurants there. Some may even have more than one. The Las Vegas experience is no longer just for gamblers. Those of you who are interested in fine dining can find whatever type of food you want. In this article I will attempt to make you aware of the many different dining experiences you can avail yourself of in Vegas.

First, all of the major fast food restaurants are represented in Vegas. Allowing you and your family to grab a quick bite whenever you want. Many even have franchises at food courts at the major hotel.

Secondly, all of the major chain restaurants that you are familiar with from at home are well represented in Las Vegas. You can choose from Friday’s Applebees, P.F. Changs, Outback and many more all can be found there.

Third, Las Vegas has many single unit ethnic restaurants that are very good. Vegas is home to many ethnic minorities that open many native restaurants. You can find Italian, Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and many more. All are worth while trying. A vacation is a great time to try something you may have never tasted before.

Fourth, are the ever popular Vegas buffets. They can range in price from $ 9.99 to $ 36.99. The food varies greatly also. Some of the cheaper ones offer traditional favorites such as fried chicken, meatloaf and cheaper cuts of steak. If you choose a more expensive don’t be surprised to find all kinds of shell fish as well as exotic meats. I can guarantee you no matter which one you choose you will not leave the restaurant hungry.

Lastly, the unscaled designer chef restaurants. You can find them at all of the top hotels as well as in free standing buildings on the strip. You can expect delicious food with excellent service art these establishments. You can also expect to pay at least $ 75.00 to a $ 100.00 per person for dinner. I suggest you check with the concierge at your hotel to recommend a restaurant that you would like. Just keep in mind no one goes hungry in Vegas.