3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109
Emeril. He’s an institution, as much as a recognizable household name. He’s made cooking fun and easy for everyone, and has restaurants in New Orleans, Las Vegas, Orlando and Miami, Atlanta, as well as Gulfport. He owns the trademark Emeril’s, as well as famed Delmonico’s Restaurants. Las Vegas’ Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House, ensconced in the MGM, has made its home here since 1995, though undergoing a major remodel two years ago. The restaurant is sexy, and the food is exciting. Their wine list is more than fifty pages, and their service staff makes each diner feel like there’s a ...
3700 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Voodoo Steak at the Rio bewitches guests nightly with a broad selection of different steakhouse specialties. Open only for dinner, this two-story eatery sits high above the Vegas Strip on the 50th and 51st floors. With a varied collection of American classics and Cajun influences found in options such as the Andouille and Crawfish Gumbo or Farm Raised Frog Legs, each dish at Voodoo possesses its own unique flavor. Traditional prime cuts of beef, from filet mignon to Australian Wagyu rib eye, are available alongside pork, veal, and lamb chops, and if the meaty dishes appear a bit too hearty, ...
4500 West Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Big Al’s Oyster Bar at The Orleans dishes out Cajun and Creole cuisine in a colorful setting on a daily basis. Open for lunch and dinner, this casual seafood-only establishment offers fare in the form of starters, salads, oyster shooters, and main entrees. House specialties include the Cajun Ole Oyster Shooter, Louisiana Gumbo, and Big Al’s PoBoy Sandwich. With an extensive selection of seafood ranging from shrimp and salmon to clams and crab, each dish at Big Al’s Oyster Bar features a plateful of marine cuisine. Finally, the wine list at Big Al’s Oyster Bar includes both domestic and foreign ...
3950 Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
Nestled in the middle of the Mandalay Bay Resort is one of the most sensory-driven dining experiences along the famed Las Vegas Strip. The House of Blues, which was created by Isaac Tigrett, draws you in through its big iron doors with the smell of tantalizing Southern cuisine. As the host escorts you to your table, music memorabilia and folk art surrounds you, the smell of incense relaxes your spirit, and the smooth sounds of rhythm and blues prepares you for dishes such as Pan Seared Voodoo Shrimp or "Fall off the Bone" Baby Back Ribs.