A grouping of foodie goodness
All hail the culinary empire that Caesars hath wrought! The Las Vegas Strip is a cavalcade of deliciousness, and Caesars Entertainment properties have a whole lot to do with that, thanks to a multiplicity of incredible restaurants created in collaboration with some of the world’s most famous and acclaimed chefs.
It all starts at Caesars Palace, where two of the most popular restaurants in the history of the Strip have resided for more than a decade. Restaurant Guy Savoy is one of the fine-dining paragons of Las Vegas and the only place in the United States where one can experience the exhilaratingly innovative French fare from the Michelin-starred master. His Prestige Tasting Menu, which takes you through a sampling of some of his more famous dishes, is a must for the foodie with a bucket list. On the more casual front, Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill is the Food Network star’s Vegas headquarters, showcasing his signature southwestern flavors with fresh style. His Sixteen Spice Chicken alone will have you Instagramming in no time.
Soon, Caesars Palace will be home to Pronto, Giada di Laurentiis’ follow-up to her warm and welcoming self-titled restaurant just across Las Vegas Boulevard at The Cromwell (her lemon ricotta cookies alone are worth a visit). Another familiar food TV face with two eateries across the Caesars empire is Guy Fieri, whose Vegas Kitchen & Bar at The Linq and El Burro Burracho at Rio specialize in bold, boisterous flavors. If you really want to get heads turning, order the Trash Can Nachos and sit back and enjoy!
But the conqueror of conquerors when it comes to Las Vegas is Gordon Ramsay, who just opened his fifth Strip destination, the first Hell’s Kitchen restaurant in front of Caesars Palace. The fast-moving chef began his Vegas enterprises in 2012 with the sharp, regal Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas, and followed that with Gordon Ramsay Burger at Planet Hollywood, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace and Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips at The Linq Promenade. His full-spectrum food development is emblematic of the way Caesars Entertainment tackles the restaurant experience—big names, big flavors, bigger fun.