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Rose. Rabbit. Lie.

Take a trip down the rabbit hole at this ultra-chic yet strangely trippy fine dining experience. Feast on entirely edible "terrariums," caviar tacos, and puff pastry atriums filled with foie gras, king trumpets and black truffle-garnished meats --all while musing at burlesque dancers and jugglers that perform as part of the Nocturne show.

 

3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

+1 702-698-7440

 
 
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Chada Street.

Nope, not all dining in Vegas involves a 16 oz steak at a 5-star resort. Chada Street may be off the radar for visitors, but it's a favorite to locals who are looking for delicious, inexpensive Asian eats in a casual environment. Come here for authentic Thai dishes and an extensive wine list, all for a great value.

 

3839 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102

www.chadastreet.com

+1 702-579-0207

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Raku.

Raku is an authentic Japanese charcoal grill famous for its flavorful robata skewers: try the kobe beef, foie gras egg custard, or butter sautéed scallop with special house brewed soy sauce - all at around $3 a pop.

 

5030 W Spring Mountain Rd #2, Las Vegas, NV 89146

raku-grill.com

+1 702-367-3511

 
 
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Yonaka Modern Japanese.

Sushi like you've never seen it - generous arrangements of fresh fish, beautifully served in contemporary, experimental arrangements. Uni lovers rejoice - the menu is filled with unusual uni dishes like uni panna cotta and sashimi served inside full, live sea urchin. Pictured to the left: Uni, Oyster, and Caviar and also the Garden of Eden, which might just be the most complex dessert we've ever heard of: whipped ricotta, cranberry curd, cranberry caramel, chocolate balsamic ganache, cointreau gelee, matcha dusted kataifi, spiced streusel, ricotta powder, warm spiced cake, brandy apple chocolate glaze, sesame tuille, matcha leaf, pretzel stem, strusel creamgelato, and shiso. PHEW.

 

4983 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103

www.yonakajapaneserestaurant.com

+1 702-685-8358

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Peppermill Fireside Lounge.

A retro diner with decor reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland - Floral tree branches swoop from the ceiling, pancakes and treats are served with funky faces and rainbow sugar crystals, and purple and blue lights plus a dugout indoor campfire give this place a festive playland vibe.

 

2985 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

www.peppermilllasvegas.com

+1 702-735-7635

Sweets Raku.

A gastronomic venture by Raku, this restaurant features strictly desserts - and serious ones at that. Battle for one of the few seats here and sit down for a three-course dessert menu featuring an apertif, appetizer and 'main,' some of which melt to reveal underlying treats and others that are torched before your eyes. 

 

5040 W Spring Mountain Rd #3, Las Vegas, NV 89146

raku-sweets.com

+1 702-290-7181

 
 
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Copyright © 2017 Holsteins Shakes and Buns

  Copyright © 2017 Holsteins Shakes and Buns

Copyright © 2017 Holsteins Shakes and Buns

 
 

Holstein's Shakes and Buns.

One of the Cosmopolitan's famously delicious eateries serving over-the-top stacked burgers, brownie-adorned shakes, and unique surprises like nitro meringues and Rising Sun fries (a secret menu item with fries topped with cheese and fried avocado).

 

3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

www.holsteinsburgers.com

+1 702-698-7940

 
 

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Hash House A Go Go.

Disgustingly delicious breakfast chain serving famously oversized portions: a record-breaking tower of chicken 'n waffles, jumbo smores chocolate lattes, and fried chicken benedict the size of an small child, smothered in housemade gravy. Definitely not for those on a diet.

 

3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103

www.caesars.com

+1 702-777-7777

Babystacks Cafe.

Casual diner chain with a renown brunch - for its pancakes and beyond, including loaded omelettes, Freedom French Toast made with challah bread rolled in cereal, and Cookie Butter French Toast. But let's focus on the pancakes: flavors range from red velvet, peppermint chocolate, tirimisu, german chocolate, 3 different types of banana panakes, and even orange creamsicle. Believe it.

 

4135 S Buffalo Dr #101, Las Vegas, NV 89147

www.babystackscafe.com

+1 702-207-6432