Whether enjoyed as a light snack paired with wine or as a full meal shared with friends, charcuterie is never a bad idea. In its purest form, a charcuterie board always consists of meat — typically cured — but it often includes fine cheese, olives, spreads, and all other ingredients that elevate appetizers into dinner. For those in search of charcuterie both on and off the Strip, here’s where to find it in Las Vegas.Read More
Great Places To Order Charcuterie in Las Vegas
Bin 702 is a cozy space that has been a part of Downtown Container Park since the innovative shopping and dining center inside shipping containers opened in 2013. Diners can order a glass of wine and choose from one of three charcuterie board options, all of which are served with honeycomb, mustard, almonds, dried cherries, and fig jam.
Echo & Rig Butcher & Steakhouse
This Tivoli Village spot is half restaurant, half butcher shop and all meat. Charcuterie here is unique due to the fact that it is butchered and cured in-house. Rotating meat selections include slow-cooked pork, head cheese, pancetta, duck pastrami, and goose liver pate.
Prized for its romantic patio, Vintner Grill serves global cuisine including charcuterie boards available with selections of one, three, or five cheeses and meats. Diners can choose wild boar salame, chorizo piccante, and porchetta along with cheeses such as chipotle cranberry cheddar, buttermilk blue, and humboldt fog. Charcuterie is served with grilled bread, house made mustard, jelly, and fresh fruit.
Chef Marc's Trattoria
Tucked away in the Lakes neighborhood of Las Vegas, diners will find Chef Marc’s Trattoria. The Italian restaurant offers a Tuscan-style charcuterie board featuring a selection of cured meats plus imported provolone, olives, and Romano cheese.
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway
La Cave offers an elegant respite from the casino floor at Wynn Las Vegas (re-opens at the end of 2018). Charcuterie boards feature choices such as salumi wagyu, prosciutto, and cheese pairings including truffle tremor and pecorino fresco. La Cave also serves wine flights and unique cocktails, plus a full dinner menu.
Bouchon at The Venetian
Thomas Keller’s celebrated restaurant at the Venetian serves French cuisine in an airy, welcoming space. Charcuterie at Bouchon is served with pickled vegetables. Diners can also add on fromage selections including cow, goat, or sheep cheese.
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar at the Venetian is a go-to restaurant for contemporary, upscale Southern cuisine, but it’s also a haven for charcuterie lovers. Diners can order a charcuterie and cheese board with chef’s selections plus house made sauces.
Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie at Aria features charcuterie boards with selections such as pate, prosciutto, grilled bread, and mustard.
Cured & Whey
Seemingly hidden in an industrial area off of the Strip, Cured & Whey is worth seeking out for its customizable charcuterie boards, plus artisan grilled cheese and fresh olive bar. The space is both casual lunch stop and deli. Unique and imported meats and cheeses are a must-try here.
Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge
Whiskey and meat — what could be better? In addition to Double Helix’s massive whiskey selection at Town Square, diners can order charcuterie plates designed to serve up to seven people with options including salami, sopressata, smoked duck, and aged Gouda, manchego, and goat cheese with fresh herbs. All charcuterie plates are served with grilled focaccia bread.
The sun-drenched dining room makes Bottiglia Enoteca at Green Valley Ranch a great place to enjoy a leisurely meal of meat, cheese, olives, marinated peppers, and other accompaniments. The charcuterie here can be ordered in three sizes to accommodate all appetites.