Succulent Downtown Restaurants
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Downtown Las Vegas has experienced a restaurant and bar boom in recent years, so you’ve got options galore. Here are a few of our favorite places to dine, drink and socialize.
Four Queens Hotel and Casino
Hugo’s Cellar at Four Queens has an old-school charm that has endured and thrived, and the service is a throwback to a time when customers were the star of the show. Hugo’s Cellar is a romantic escape at a classic downtown casino and is not to be missed. Learn more.
Golden Nugget Las Vegas
Downtown’s premier resort, Golden Nugget, serves up a classic steakhouse showcasing exceptional steak and seafood dishes. It’s a luxurious restaurant with an unpretentious vibe, and has won numerous accolades for its steak and stellar service. Learn more.
The D Las Vegas
Andiamo Italian Steakhouse by Joe Vicari is a palate-pleasing nod to traditional steakhouse cuisine against the backdrop of Italian hospitality and style. Located on the second floor of The D Las Vegas, Andiamo’s is welcoming and intimate, perfect for a date or gathering of friends. Learn more.
Binion’s Gambling Hall
To lots of visitors, Binion’s is synonymous with Las Vegas. It’s no surprise, then, that the Top of Binion’s Steakhouse is the kind of restaurant guests have been raving about since the town got its start. The restaurant also provides a spectacular view of downtown Las Vegas, from 24 floors up. Learn more.
The California Hotel and Casino
The California is about a block from Fremont Street Experience and offers some great gambling and dining values. The Redwood Steakhouse was recently renovated, so check it out. If steak isn’t your thing, make sure to hit the incomparable California Noodle House nearby. Learn more.
Great Casual Dining Options
Benny’s Smokin’ BBQ & Brews
Binion’s Gambling Hall
Benny’s serves up some of the best barbecue in Las Vegas, and bar seating makes dining and drinking a breeze, whether you’re gambling or not.
Triple 7 Restaurant & Microbrewery
Main Street Station
Triple 7 Restaurant & Microbrewery is well worth the short stroll from Fremont Street. The microbrewery boasts six kinds of hand-crafted beers, and there’s even a sushi bar.