Las Vegas has long been known for its buffets and casinos. But in the last couple decades, the culinary scene in Sin City has taken off, with world-renowned chefs bringing restaurants to the heart of Las Vegas, making for a thriving and continually-growing scene for foodies. While there are restaurants in this city for everyone and in every price range, there are dozens of fine-dining establishments that are sure to please even the most sophisticated palates. So without further ado, here are some of the best fine-dining restaurants in Las Vegas!

Nobu
The world’s largest Nobu Restaurant resides in Caesar’s Palace in the heart of Las Vegas. This 11,200-square foot dining area consists of a central bar, sushi bar and private dining area. Patrons can nosh on imported Japanese and Asian seafood, sushi rolls and other exotic delicacies in one of the most sought-after meals in Sin City!  

Capital Grille
The Capital Grille is critically acclaimed nationwide, and that is no exception in Las Vegas. Located across the street from The Wynn, this top-tier establishment’s dry-aged steaks, seafood and world-class wines make it one of the premiere dining destinations in Sin City.   

Le Cirque
Le Cirque means “the circus,” but this restaurant in the Bellagio is a far cry from the cuisine one would expect at a show. This fine-dining establishment is a sophisticated take on a three-ring design, and the unrivaled view of the famed Bellagio fountains makes it the perfect spot for an upscale meal. The quintessential French cuisine at Le Cirque sets it apart from other French eateries in Las Vegas and has awarded the restaurant the Forbes Travel Guide 5-Star Rating, pushing it to the top of Las Vegas’ culinary ranks.    

Restaurant Guy Savoy
Named after the culinary legend in France, Restaurant Guy Savoy has a nine-course French menu designed to mimic the menu at his Paris eatery. The modern space is spare but welcoming – just don’t expect any flowers, as this establishment doesn’t have any so as to not disrupt the aroma of the exquisite cuisine. The dishes here are classic, but the flavors are anything but basic!

Picasso
Named after the famed artist, Picasso in the Bellagio celebrates the cuisine of where he spent most of his life – Spain and France. With Picasso’s art adorning the walls, incredible dishes from Executive Chef Julian Serrano and an extensive wine list from some of Europe finest vineyards, this signature experience is one that shouldn’t be overlooked on your next trip to Las Vegas!   

Bazaar Meat
Famed restauranteur Jose Andres has taken the steakhouse concept and turned it on its head with this social, shared plates dining experience. Named one of the 100 Best Steakhouses in America, the cuisine from this James Beard award-winning chef is playful, while the setting is striking, even allowing patrons to play blackjack and roulette while dining. You may be able to place a bet while you dine, but one thing is for sure – you won’t be taking a risk by dining at Bazzar Meat!

Joel Robuchon
Sitting atop nearly everyone’s list of fine-dining restaurants in Las Vegas is Joel Robuchon, an unparalleled French restaurant at MGM Grand. This restaurant named after the famous French chef has three Michelin stars and a level of elegance that is unsurpassed in Sin City. The seasonal menus are meant for a sophisticated palate, while the setting is intimate and is designed to resemble a luxurious Art Deco townhouse, complete with a lush garden terrace. This restaurant is self-described as French perfection, and we think you would agree after a meal at Joel Robuchon!