Las Vegas is jam packed with so many things to offer travelers.
From casinos to bars to fine dining and adventurous activities, Las Vegas is a haven for fun and feasts alike.
Whether you have 48 hours or an entire week, it will be a challenge to hit all the amazing wonders Las Vegas has available. Your wallet, and stomach, might run into some difficulties if you were to try and hit everything. That’s the beauty of being in a destination where entertainment abounds seemingly everywhere. There’s always something fun no matter how many times you visit.
It’s hard to pick a favorite spot, but here are few highlights of Las Vegas that stand out for foodie lovers and those seeking big thrills.
The dining spots around the Las Vegas Strip cater to travelers of all types.
One way to hit multiple spots is through the Lip Smacking Foodie Tours offerings. We ventured on the afternoon culinary adventure tour, which had us eating light bites at four different high end restaurants at iconic hotels. The walking tour lasted around two and a half hours, with stops at the Venetian Resort, the Palazzo and the Wynn. Our guide, Paul, was extremely well knowledgeable about the various casinos and restaurants.
Lip Smacking Foodie Tours does offer private tours for those who don’t want to join in on walking and dining with strangers.
AREA 15 is another spot foodies need to put on their Las Vegas must do list. The Beast has the classic American pub fare like burgers, nachos, pizza, wings and more. Kaia Handroll packs the flavor with delicious sushi and poke.
We’d recommend going for lunch to allow plenty of time for all the fun activities this place has to offer. Things like axe throwing, golf simulation, a Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing simulator, an arcade, a flight simulator, Meow Wolf's Omega Mart – which is an interactive, mind-bending art museum like – and so much more.
For dinner, every casino on the strip has stellar dishes on their menus.
However, it’s best to pick a dinner spot that will have plenty of options to keep the fun rolling after you eat.
Enter Retro by Voltaggio at Mandalay Bay. Take a step back in time and let the wave of nostalgia hit you in this 80’s and 90’s themed restaurant. Family style dinner plates to share make this a fantastic spot for families and groups. We loved the VoltaggiO’s, a fresh take on the classic spaghetti o’s dish, and the Wagyu Beef Pot Roast.
After dinner, make the short walk past the gaming tables and up the escalator for the Fire & Ice Experience with Minus5 ICEBAR and 1923 Prohibition Bar.
1923 Prohibition Bar and Minus5 ICEBAR at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas (Photo Credit: Eric Bowman)
Put a parka on and grab a cocktail inside a glass made of ice at the Minus5 ICEBAR. The extreme
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Every year is a big year in Las Vegas, with tourism records being broken regularly. But by any standards this is really big year–we just saw the debut of the super high-profile F1 race, the Las Vegas Grand Prix, and just before that, the opening of the world’s most technologically advanced music and performance venue, the Sphere, kicking off with a run of U2 concerts that has already been extended twice. The first ever Sin City Super Bowl is coming in February, but before that there’s one other huge happening–the December 13th grand opening of the Fontainebleau Las Vegas, an entirely new mega resort and casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
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