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11 Restaurants That Really Know How to Celebrate a Bachelorette Party in Las Vegas

Dine at one of these restaurants with a party vibe as the bride celebrates her last days of the single life

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Las Vegas was practically built for bachelor and bachelorette parties with its nightclubs, dayclub pool parties, and 24-hour fun. But every bachelorette party requires a dinner or brunch to fuel up for those long days and nights of celebrating. So fete the occasion at a restaurant that knows how to make the bride feel like the center of attention. These 11 restaurants can help kick off a proper party.

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This restaurant at Downtown Summerlin feels like a nightclub even when the sun is still out. Jing is definitely upscale with is menu of Asian fusion dishes such as ishyaki wagyu hot rocks and sushi rolls, along with a menu of vegan dishes. Look overhead at the neon lights in the lounge-like setting.

Fuhu at Resorts World offers vibe dining with contemporary Asian cuisine and a mixology program. The venue features retro touches, modern Chinese-inspired details, and an indoor-outdoor garden. Dishes include black pepper roll shrimp, crispy garlic tuna, Hokkaido scallop bantal, seared whole fish, yellow crab, lobster soup dumplings, and bone-in rib-eye steak. A curated soundtrack via two DJ booths keeps the beat.

The ornate entrance to contemporary Chinese restaurant Fuhu in Singapore.
Fuhu.
Fuhu/Official Site

Lavo Italian Restaurant

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The party brunch at Lavo Italian Restaurant offers the perfect way to gather a group of friends and celebrate the bride to be. This brunch from 12:30 to 6 p.m. on Saturdays features dancing on tables, deejays keeping the soundtrack going, over-the-top dishes, and, of course, bottle presentations, returning October 9 at the Palazzo. For tickets, head online.

The interior of a restaurant with brown elements.
Lavo Italian Restaurant.
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Tao Asian Bistro

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Sultry cocktails and a floating Buddha are what bachelorettes find at this sexy restaurant attached to Tao Nightclub at the Venetian. Do order the satay of Chilean sea bass, Peking duck, and spicy tuna tartare on crispy rice and settle in for an evening of revelry at Tao.

A side angle view of a giant Buddha
The floating Buddha at Tao Asian Bistro.
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Vanderpump Cocktail Garden

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Get that L.A. vibe from Lisa Vanderpump of Vanderpump Rules and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills at Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace with its pair of tufted borne settes outfitted in dusty pink and smatterings of tables on the inside garden that create an English garden setting. Ornaments and tube lighting hang down from 16-foot olive trees, giving the patio an almost fairy tale feel. Light bites and creative cocktails round out the experience.

A tree-filled indoor cocktail bar
Vanderpump Cocktail Garden.
Caesars Entertainment

Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Bar

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The party seems to never stop at this Japanese restaurant from Akira Back at the Bellagio. Try the Frozen Beauty Sake, Las Vegas’ most expensive sake priced at $2,400, or just go for platters of sushi. The expansive restaurant with views of the Fountains at Bellagio features a 25-by-13-foot bronze wall-mounted installation of the dorsal side of the yellowtail fish at the entrance, ready-made for selfies.

The interior of a restaurant with browns and Asian lights
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Bar.
MGM Resorts

Beauty & Essex Las Vegas

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A pawn shop at the front and a jewel-bedecked dining room are just some of the calling cards at Beauty & Essex from chef Chris Santos at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Order specialties such as grilled cheese dumplings, Thai-style deep-fried shrimp, or Beauty’s Wonder Wheel overflowing with desserts meant to share.

A dining room with an extravagant chandelier
Beauty & Essex.
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Dark? Check. Sexy vibe? Check. STK brings a nightclub vibe to the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Order the beef tartare, crispy lobster tail, and of course steaks at this restaurant with a more feminine feel. The lights are always low and the music thumping to get anyone in the mood to start partying.

A dark restaurant with a white booth in front and a wooden column behind it.
STK.
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If Instagrammable settings are needed for a bachelorette party, Catch at Aria delivers. The 80-foot-long pergola at the front comes filled with flowers, a sculpture of a woman wearing an antique SCUBA mask, and other artwork hidden inside the foliage-filled tunnel. A large Mediterranean olive tree at center of dining area stretches up to a faux skylight. Order the truffle sashimi, Catch Roll torched table side with a crazy presentation, or Hit Me Cake, an interactive dessert.

The dining room at Catch
The dining room at Catch.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

Hakkasan

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Head to this modern Cantonese restaurant at the MGM Grand for dining in clever nooks meant to showing off and hiding guests. Try dim sum or a seafood tower for sharing with a bevy of friends. Bonus: free valet parking at the side of the restaurant to avoid those long walks in four-inch heels.

A dark dining room
The dining room at Hakkasan.
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Blume Kitchen & Cocktails

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The party feels like it never stops at Blume Kitchen & Cocktails in Henderson. The menu leans into steaks and fish, but its the deejays playing deep into the night that will keep the bachelorettes here until closing with bottle service.

The plush blue-tinged dining room at Henderson’s Blume Kitchen & Cocktails
Blume Kitchen & Cocktails.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

Jing

This restaurant at Downtown Summerlin feels like a nightclub even when the sun is still out. Jing is definitely upscale with is menu of Asian fusion dishes such as ishyaki wagyu hot rocks and sushi rolls, along with a menu of vegan dishes. Look overhead at the neon lights in the lounge-like setting.

Fuhu

The ornate entrance to contemporary Chinese restaurant Fuhu in Singapore.
Fuhu.
Fuhu/Official Site

Fuhu at Resorts World offers vibe dining with contemporary Asian cuisine and a mixology program. The venue features retro touches, modern Chinese-inspired details, and an indoor-outdoor garden. Dishes include black pepper roll shrimp, crispy garlic tuna, Hokkaido scallop bantal, seared whole fish, yellow crab, lobster soup dumplings, and bone-in rib-eye steak. A curated soundtrack via two DJ booths keeps the beat.

The ornate entrance to contemporary Chinese restaurant Fuhu in Singapore.
Fuhu.
Fuhu/Official Site

Lavo Italian Restaurant

The interior of a restaurant with brown elements.
Lavo Italian Restaurant.
Tao Group

The party brunch at Lavo Italian Restaurant offers the perfect way to gather a group of friends and celebrate the bride to be. This brunch from 12:30 to 6 p.m. on Saturdays features dancing on tables, deejays keeping the soundtrack going, over-the-top dishes, and, of course, bottle presentations, returning October 9 at the Palazzo. For tickets, head online.

The interior of a restaurant with brown elements.
Lavo Italian Restaurant.
Tao Group

Tao Asian Bistro

A side angle view of a giant Buddha
The floating Buddha at Tao Asian Bistro.
Venetian

Sultry cocktails and a floating Buddha are what bachelorettes find at this sexy restaurant attached to Tao Nightclub at the Venetian. Do order the satay of Chilean sea bass, Peking duck, and spicy tuna tartare on crispy rice and settle in for an evening of revelry at Tao.

A side angle view of a giant Buddha
The floating Buddha at Tao Asian Bistro.
Venetian

Vanderpump Cocktail Garden

A tree-filled indoor cocktail bar
Vanderpump Cocktail Garden.
Caesars Entertainment

Get that L.A. vibe from Lisa Vanderpump of Vanderpump Rules and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills at Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace with its pair of tufted borne settes outfitted in dusty pink and smatterings of tables on the inside garden that create an English garden setting. Ornaments and tube lighting hang down from 16-foot olive trees, giving the patio an almost fairy tale feel. Light bites and creative cocktails round out the experience.

A tree-filled indoor cocktail bar
Vanderpump Cocktail Garden.
Caesars Entertainment

Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Bar

The interior of a restaurant with browns and Asian lights
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Bar.
MGM Resorts

The party seems to never stop at this Japanese restaurant from Akira Back at the Bellagio. Try the Frozen Beauty Sake, Las Vegas’ most expensive sake priced at $2,400, or just go for platters of sushi. The expansive restaurant with views of the Fountains at Bellagio features a 25-by-13-foot bronze wall-mounted installation of the dorsal side of the yellowtail fish at the entrance, ready-made for selfies.

The interior of a restaurant with browns and Asian lights
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Bar.
MGM Resorts

Beauty & Essex Las Vegas

A dining room with an extravagant chandelier
Beauty & Essex.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

A pawn shop at the front and a jewel-bedecked dining room are just some of the calling cards at Beauty & Essex from chef Chris Santos at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Order specialties such as grilled cheese dumplings, Thai-style deep-fried shrimp, or Beauty’s Wonder Wheel overflowing with desserts meant to share.

A dining room with an extravagant chandelier
Beauty & Essex.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

STK

A dark restaurant with a white booth in front and a wooden column behind it.
STK.
STK

Dark? Check. Sexy vibe? Check. STK brings a nightclub vibe to the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Order the beef tartare, crispy lobster tail, and of course steaks at this restaurant with a more feminine feel. The lights are always low and the music thumping to get anyone in the mood to start partying.

A dark restaurant with a white booth in front and a wooden column behind it.
STK.
STK

Catch

The dining room at Catch
The dining room at Catch.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

If Instagrammable settings are needed for a bachelorette party, Catch at Aria delivers. The 80-foot-long pergola at the front comes filled with flowers, a sculpture of a woman wearing an antique SCUBA mask, and other artwork hidden inside the foliage-filled tunnel. A large Mediterranean olive tree at center of dining area stretches up to a faux skylight. Order the truffle sashimi, Catch Roll torched table side with a crazy presentation, or Hit Me Cake, an interactive dessert.

The dining room at Catch
The dining room at Catch.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

Hakkasan

A dark dining room
The dining room at Hakkasan.
Louiie Victa/Eater Vegas

Head to this modern Cantonese restaurant at the MGM Grand for dining in clever nooks meant to showing off and hiding guests. Try dim sum or a seafood tower for sharing with a bevy of friends. Bonus: free valet parking at the side of the restaurant to avoid those long walks in four-inch heels.

A dark dining room
The dining room at Hakkasan.
Louiie Victa/Eater Vegas

Blume Kitchen & Cocktails

The plush blue-tinged dining room at Henderson’s Blume Kitchen & Cocktails
Blume Kitchen & Cocktails.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

The party feels like it never stops at Blume Kitchen & Cocktails in Henderson. The menu leans into steaks and fish, but its the deejays playing deep into the night that will keep the bachelorettes here until closing with bottle service.

The plush blue-tinged dining room at Henderson’s Blume Kitchen & Cocktails
Blume Kitchen & Cocktails.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

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