Best Restaurants in Las Vegas This Fall 2019

From Michelin stars to tequila bars, there are so many exciting, hot restaurants to check out this fall at MGM Resorts destinations in Las Vegas. Check out our recommendations for the best restaurants in Las Vegas this fall on The Strip.

  • The NoMad Restaurant at NoMad Las Vegas

    Look around and become inspired by the eclectic space of The NoMad Restaurant inspired by the iconic Library of NoMad New York. The robust menu celebrates American classics in a grand and continental way by striking a distinct balance between accessibility, theatricality, and luxury. Communal courses are served alongside a selection of salads, pastas, and entrees, complemented by large-format dishes for two. Stay late and enjoy a late-night rendezvous filled with great music by trumpeter, Brian Newman who brings a swinging, cocktail-swilling ode to "Old Las Vegas" featuring special guest performers from New York, Vegas, and beyond.

  • Best Friend at Park MGM

    Best Friend is a remixed and remastered collection of the evolution of our Los Angeles – its food, its music, its culture. It is the only place to sink your teeth into all the flavors from Kogi-to-Commissary and everything in between, along with fresh new ideas from creator and celebrity chef-Roy Choi. Bring your appetite on ‘All You Can Eat Mondays’ for $65 per person. Tacos and Tallboy Tuesdays feature Spicy pork tacos for 3 for $10 and Tallboys for $7 each. Check out Seoul Glow-Funky Soul Thursdays, an exciting music experience where guests and listen to beats by DJ John Doe as he spins 45s during dinner service. Vinyl drops at 8:00 PM.

  • LAGO by Julian Serrano at Bellagio

    Small plates, bold flavors—that’s what you’ll find at LAGO, the first Italian restaurant from the James Beard Award-winning, Michelin-decorated Chef Julian Serrano. Surrounded by exquisite décor, the dining room has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, ensuring LAGO has the most spectacular views of the resort’s iconic fountains ever experienced on The Strip. Adjacent to the dining room, an open-air patio offers waterfront seating centered on Lake Bellagio. Select from soups, salads, crostinis, focaccia and pizzettes, enjoy delicious meat, seafood and vegetarian plates designed for sharing.


    The go-to dining destination for celebrities from Los Angeles to New York City, CATCH is the only location to bring epic renditions of Asian-influenced sushi, seafood and steak. Enjoy the warm and welcoming oasis with a Mediterranean feel while you meet here, eat here and party here. At CATCH, you can come for dinner, and stay late night. You are where you eat.

  • Ambra Italian Kitchen + Bar at MGM Grand

    Ambra Italian Kitchen + Bar at MGM Grand is now open, offering classic Italian cuisine in a fun, vibrant setting. The chef-driven menu boasts a variety of creative Italian dishes including flavorful crudos, freshly made pastas, savory main courses and sweet desserts. Within the space is a secluded door that leads diners to a hidden speakeasy. Italian for “private,” Privata will transport guests through liquid history, honoring the beloved classic cocktails that continue to inspire mixologists today. The modern, sultry vibe lends a sense of mystique, while the vibrant energy makes Ambra an appealing place to gather. Swing by after a show. Meet up and mingle for a while. For anyone seeking a sultry nightlife experience, Ambra’s provocative lounge sets the stage.

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