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5 Great Places To Eat In Las Vegas

So, it appears that you are new to Las Vegas and are on the lookout for great places to eat in the city. Fret not, as you have arrived at the right place. There isn’t a dearth of restaurants in the city of Las Vegas. Hence, choosing the right places to eat can prove to be a bit overwhelming. Fortunately, there is no need for you to scour the web to search for the best restaurants as we have done that for you. Without straying away from the topic any further, here are 5 great places to eat in Las Vegas.
1. Other Mama
The restaurant, Other Mama, is even recommended by the esteemed restaurateur, Elizabeth Blau. If the professionals recommend it, who are we to question the restaurant's services? Other Mama excels at providing wonderful cocktails and premium raw seafood. In addition to that, you can also try the oysters, crudo, ceviche, togarashi waffle fries and sashimi in the restaurant.
2. Bazaar Meat
Bazaar Meat is essentially a steakhouse that provides an excellent dining experience. Although predominantly a steakhouse, the restaurant also offers caviar flights, raw oysters and other sea food. What about the meat? Well, you can try a wide range of meat meals including ribeye steaks, buffalo-style bison, ten-pound sucking pig and wild boar sausages. If you are looking for something unique, you should try the foie gras cotton candy.
3. Pho Kim Long
If you are in Las Vegas and craving for some authentic Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine, you should consider stopping by Pho Kim Long. In the restaurant, you can also indulge in beer and wine with the delicacies.  Although the atmosphere and interiors of the restaurant isn't exactly top-notch, it provides what an excellent restaurant is supposed to provide—delicious food! No longer do you have to be clueless when someone asks you, ¨Where to eat pho in Las VegasIt also helps that the restaurant provides large servings at rock bottom prices.

4. Eat
Yes, you read it correctly; the name of the restaurant is Eat. Located in Downtown Vegas, the restaurant excels at providing comfort food and American cuisine at affordable prices. When visiting, you should try out the truffled egg sandwich for breakfast and the shrimp po´boy for lunch. Or else, you can simply feast on an apple bacon sausage, pancakes or a side of chive smashed potatoes. It is also great that the restaurant only uses organic ingredients for their food.
5. Top of the world
If you are looking to spend a wonderful evening at a restaurant with your romantic beau, you should consider visiting the restaurant, Top of the World. As its name suggests, the restaurant is located at the top of the Stratosphere Tower. And, sticking to its ¨high¨ theme, the prices of the food are also high. However, the pricing can be deemed reasonable bearing in mind the quality of the food and the stellar view provided from the restaurant. This restaurant excels in American and French-influenced classics.  

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