Male Speaker: Every good vacation needs memorable food and drink, and Las Vegas won't disappoint with culinary wonders that have made it America's hottest culinary destination.
While names like Wolfgang Puck, Michael Mina, and Emeril Lagasse still have plenty of pool, chefs like Mario Batali, Jol Robuchon, Guy Savoy, and Gordon Ramsay continue to raise the culinary bar.
For the foody, who knows what he wants and wants a little fun on the side, you will find several marquee restaurants with increasing cachet among culinary experts. Options include Andres, Modern French Cuisine at the Monte-Carlo and Premier Steakhouse Envy at The Renaissance.
Female Speaker: The food is amazing. There are over 1000 amazing restaurants in this town so you have got to have a decent meal.
Male Speaker: For an unforgettable meal with a nightclub vibe where you are sure to see and we see, checkout Pan-Asian hot spot KOI at Planet Hollywood, late night haunts LAVO at the Palazzo, and bordello-chic establishments like Strip House also at Planet Hollywood to name just a few.
Male Speaker: Las Vegas is emerging that has some of the most exciting restaurants to go and eat at anywhere in the world.
Male Speaker: Looking for affordable eats on the strip, and don't miss out on Diego at MGM Grand. P.
J. Clarke's at The Forum Shops at Caesars offers saloon-inspired cuisine with a vast assortment of steaks, chops, and seafood.
Male Speaker: Being in Las Vegas wouldn't be complete without a trip to the Buffet. Wicked Spoon at the cosmopolitan offers mouthwatering individual servings in a chic, modern backdrop. Le Village Buffet at the Paris dishes up French cuisine in Gaelic style decor, and with kids in tow, Carnival world Buffet at the Rio is recommended with a kid-friendly menu and sumptuous desserts.
Whatever the time, whatever you crave, when it comes to Las Vegas dining, there is something for everyone to complement every celebration.