Top of the World restaurant in Las Vegas is high on flavor
At Top of the World Restaurant, there’s not a bad table in the house. The restaurant slowly rotates a full 360 degrees every 80 minutes, which means you’ll see the entire city throughout the course of your meal.
But there’s another, arguably more eye-popping, view—just look down at your plate. Start with appetizers like the Prime beef carpaccio topped with shaved foie gras, chives, tomato and pickled shallots, or go for the crab cakes, served with a roasted poblano remoulade. Then move on to some juicy cuts like a 22-ounce bone-in ribeye, 16-ounce New York strip or tender 10-ounce filet. Pair with sides like blistered broccolini with rosemary butter and lemon breadcrumbs, crispy Brussels sprouts or indulgent lobster mac and cheese.
No meal is complete without a stiff drink, and there’s a world of choices here. Go classic with an Old-Fashioned, or get into the fall spirit with the Drunken Pumpkin, a blend of Maker’s Mark bourbon, Fireball whiskey, RumChata and pumpkin syrup.
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