Lake Las Vegas is like a hidden resort where celebrities can get away from the real world and hunker down in solitude, away from fans. President Barack Obama escaped there in 2012 to prepare for his first debate with Mitt Romney. Michael Jackson hid out there in 2003 after posting $3 million bail in his child molestation case. Singer Celine Dion lives there, as does producer Nigel Lythgoe of American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance. Here's a look at some of the restaurants customers looking to escape from Las Vegas can check out at the Henderson community set against a backdrop of the lake.Read More
Where To Dine at Lake Las Vegas
10 Restaurants To Try at Lake Las Vegas
Mediterranean flavors meet New American cuisine for lunch and dinner at the Westin.
Marssa Steak & Sushi
Chef Kazuki Tozawa offers Journey to Marssa with dinner for two covering land, omakase and sea dishes. Australian lamb chops, duck breast, Wagyu ribe-eye steak, sushi and more make the menu at the Westin.
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BellaLinda Gelateria Italiana
Try gelatos in banana, strattaciella, yogurt and berries, and toasted marshmallow.
Mimi' & Coco' Bistro
This French-inspired bistro, offers a seafood casserole, salmon, roasted chicken, rack of lamb, risotto and more.
Sonrisa means smile in Spanish, and this Mexican restaurant dishes out South of the Border cuisine such as skirt steak with tampiquena with a cheese enchilada, camarones al mojo de ajo with shrimp in a chipotle garlic cream sauce, and tilapia veracruzana.
Medici Cafe & Terrace
Dine while overlooking the Florentine Garden or head out to the fire pit in the outdoor terrace at the Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa.
The Auld Dubliner Irish Pub
Find traditional Irish food and entertainment on the weekends at Auld Dubliner. Traditional Irish fare of corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, and Shepherd’s pie make the menu. Check out the whisky list.
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Luna Rossa Ristorante
Thin crust pizzas, daily homemade pastas, Mesquite grilled fish and other Mediterranean dishes make the menu at this Lake Las Vegas favorite.
The restaurant offers a $20 "all you can eat" option on Thursday nights, featuring dishes such as marinated chicken tacos, mini roast beef sandwiches and pork scallopine.
Chef Jon Littleton serves upscale American cuisine with dishes such as steak and eggs, burritos and frittatas for breakfast, and pan-roasted wild king salmon, braised short rib and eggplant parmesan for dinner.