Efforts ranging from mandated shutdowns of dine-in restaurants, bars, and casinos across the state to restaurants pivoting to offer takeout and delivery services completely changed the way Las Vegas eats during the coronavirus pandemic.
Las Vegas may be one of the hardest hit cities in the country with its staggering number of resorts that depend on the 42 million travelers for business and pleasure who visited annually closed. Restaurant lovers may be the bright spot in this story, with fans continuing to support their favorite dining establishments now that takeout and delivery are the norm, patios offer social distancing, and dine-in restaurants on and off the Strip reopened.
This is Eater Vegas’s guide on various ways to eat in the temporarily transformed dining scene — whether it’s tips on how to buy groceries at restaurants, where to order takeout and delivery by neighborhood or cuisine, or how different restaurants in the city respond to this new way of life.
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