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The terrace at Delilah
Robert Miller

22 Patios for Outdoor Dining on the Las Vegas Strip

Dine outdoors for stunning views, romantic moments, people watching, or games galore

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The terrace at Delilah
| Robert Miller

One of the benefits of nearly 300 days of sunshine a year in Las Vegas is a meal on the patio. Some offer unexpected people-watching scenes, while others have games. Romantic spots offer private enclaves outdoors, while others just have a stunning view to pair with a meal. There are plenty of al fresco dining options off-Strip and in Henderson. And Vegas even has restaurants where you can bring your dog. To grab a drink, several bars have outdoor spaces. But to dine in the open air on the Las Vegas Strip, here’s a look at 22 patios that offer something more than just a meal.

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Carversteak

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Carversteak’s mid-century modern dining room opens onto a cherry tree-lined patio where you can enjoy your wagyu tomahawk rib-eye with a view of the scene inside.

A large steak on a cutting board with a chef’s knife. Jeff Green Photography

The tree-lined patio at Brezza is shaded with blue-and-white striped umbrellas that would look more at home in Capri than they do on the strip. The spacious tables and comfortable seats are the perfect reprieve from the intensity of Vegas, and dishes like autumn squash ravioli and coffee bean tiramisu pair nicely with an amaro cart that the team will roll right over to help you finish your meal.

Sinatra

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One of the most secluded patios in Las Vegas is an ode to the Chairman of the Board himself. Sinatra at Encore Las Vegas offers a small patio with some of Ole Blue Eyes’ favorite dishes including spaghetti alla chitarra con filetto di pomodoro e basilico and gamberoni e cannelini.

The patio at Sinatra
The patio at Sinatra.
Wynn Las Vegas

El Segundo Sol

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Some of the best people-watching at Fashion Show comes at the hands of El Segundo Sol, and experience filled with tacos, margaritas, and a fiesta to remember. Get some bottomless chips and salsa or try the grilled steak fajitas.

El Segundo Sol patio
El Segundo Sol patio.
Fashion Show

Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse

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Skewers of proteins delivered table side, a long bar of salads and sides, and a patio to boot make up Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse at the front of Fashion Show.

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Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse patio.
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Delilah

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Request terrace seating at Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas for an al fresco experience paired with top-notch supper club fare. The outdoor courtyard whisks diners away to the Amalfi Coast with lanterns for lighting and 75-year-old magnolia trees.

Delilah
The terrace at Delilah.
Robert Miller

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway

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The more casual La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway has a patio overlooking the pools at Wynn Las Vegas while diners eat small-plate items paired with artisanal draught beers and wines. Head here on Saturdays and Sundays for a tableside butler-style brunch.

 La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway 
 The patio at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.
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Lakeside at the Wynn

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SW Steakhouse’s sister restaurant Lakeside at Wynn Las Vegas offers a view of the waterfall at Wynn Las Vegas, along with Hawaiian seafood, line-caught by family fishermen in Hana. Order oven-roasted lobster and crab and aged prime steaks.

Lakeside’s patio
Lakeside’s patio.
Barbara Kraft

SW Steakhouse

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Sit on the patio at SW Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas for a romantic view of the Lake of Dreams and its 40-foot waterfall replete with a puppet show, 4,000 lights, and holographics. The chile-rubbed double rib eye, featured on Food Network’s Best Thing I Ever Ate, is one of the top dishes at this steakhouse.

SW Steakhouse
The patio at SW Steakhouse
Wynn Las Vegas

Lavo Italian Restaurant & Lounge

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Lavo at the Palazzo says the patio along the Strip has been one of the hottest tables to score. Diners can do some people watching along Las Vegas Boulevard.

The patio on the Strip at Lavo
The patio on the Strip at Lavo.
Tao Group

Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

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There’s no better patio meal than a spread of seafood, and there’s no better spot for that combo than Joe’s Seafood. The dining room is stately, but there’s a more casual vibe on the spacious patio, where the wine is flowing and the crab claws come perched on crushed ice.

Virgil’s Real Barbecue

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Head to the second-floor patio at Virgil’s Real Barbecue at The Linq Promenade or dine on barbecue on the promenade level. Either offer prime people watching as well as a view of the High Roller observation wheel that anchors the outdoor shopping area.

Virgil’s Real Barbecue’s patio
Virgil’s Real Barbecue’s patio.
Virgil’s Real Barbecue

Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar

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Mexican food, two patios, and great people-watching come with the experience at Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar at the Linq Promenade. Head here on the weekend for breakfast or go after the sun goes down for a pretty view of the High Roller Observation Wheel. Chayo does charge a Concession and Franchise Fee, so ask a server to remove it.

Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar
The patio at Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar.
Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar

Restaurant Guy Savoy

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Secret patios are sometimes best for a romantic night, so head to the patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace to combine a view of the replica of the Eiffel Tower down street and the famous French chef’s artichoke soup.

The patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy
The patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy.
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Spago by Wolfgang Puck

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Diners at Spago by Wolfgang Puck at the Bellagio can head to the patio for al fresco dining. Seats fall under a circular and covered outdoor patio for a front-row views of the fountains by day or night.

Spago
The patio at Spago.
MGM Resorts

Prime Steakhouse

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Chef Jean Georges Vongerichten’s ode to beef at the Bellagio includes a garden patio with a view of the Fountains at Bellagio. Order a dry-aged bone-in rib-eye steak or soy-garlic glazed New York strip to go with that view.

Prime Steakhouse patio
Prime Steakhouse patio.
MGM Resorts

Julian Serrano’s Lago offers the best view of the Fountains at Bellagio, which practically kiss the outdoor space. The refreshed menu highlights seared scallops, salmon crudo, a pizzette overflowing with shaved black truffles.

Lago
The patio at Lago.
MGM Resorts

Mon Ami Gabi

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The must-visit patio Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas offers some of the people-watching paired with a view of the Fountains at Bellagio and the Eiffel Tower replica. Kick off the day with breakfast on the patio, so go late for some steak frites.

Mon Ami Gabi patio
The patio at Mon Ami Gabi.
Caesars Entertainment

Beer Park

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Beer Park’s patio at Paris Las Vegas pairs games such as giant Jenga, pool, and darts with dishes such as Shock Top cheddar bratwurst and a Kahuna Cowboy burger with candied bacon. Beer Park does charge a Concession and Franchise Fee, so ask a server to remove it.

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Beer Park patio.
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Cabo Wabo Cantina

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Party like the Red Rocker at Cabo Wabo Cantina, the restaurant from Sammy Hagar at the Miracle Mile Shops. Dine on breakfast through dinner with a party atmosphere. Cabo Wabo Cantina does charge a Concession and Franchise Fee, so ask a server to remove it.

The patio at Cabo Wabo Cantina
The patio at Cabo Wabo Cantina.
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Salt & Ivy Café and Patio Bar

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Head to Salt & Ivy Café and Patio Bar at Aria for casual dining for breakfast and lunch. The patio has its own bar and overlooks the resort’s pool deck.

A patio with light wood chairs and tables set up with white plates and blue glasses with a bar in the background
The patio at Salt & Ivy Café and Patio Bar.
MGM Resorts

NoMad Bar

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NoMad Bar at the NoMad Hotel inside the Park MGM features a small patio tucked away from the hubbub of the bar setting. Order some oysters or a chicken French dip and let the evening develop.

The patio at NoMad Bar
The patio at NoMad Bar.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

Carversteak

Carversteak’s mid-century modern dining room opens onto a cherry tree-lined patio where you can enjoy your wagyu tomahawk rib-eye with a view of the scene inside.

A large steak on a cutting board with a chef’s knife. Jeff Green Photography

Brezza

The tree-lined patio at Brezza is shaded with blue-and-white striped umbrellas that would look more at home in Capri than they do on the strip. The spacious tables and comfortable seats are the perfect reprieve from the intensity of Vegas, and dishes like autumn squash ravioli and coffee bean tiramisu pair nicely with an amaro cart that the team will roll right over to help you finish your meal.

Sinatra

One of the most secluded patios in Las Vegas is an ode to the Chairman of the Board himself. Sinatra at Encore Las Vegas offers a small patio with some of Ole Blue Eyes’ favorite dishes including spaghetti alla chitarra con filetto di pomodoro e basilico and gamberoni e cannelini.

The patio at Sinatra
The patio at Sinatra.
Wynn Las Vegas

El Segundo Sol

Some of the best people-watching at Fashion Show comes at the hands of El Segundo Sol, and experience filled with tacos, margaritas, and a fiesta to remember. Get some bottomless chips and salsa or try the grilled steak fajitas.

El Segundo Sol patio
El Segundo Sol patio.
Fashion Show

Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse

Skewers of proteins delivered table side, a long bar of salads and sides, and a patio to boot make up Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse at the front of Fashion Show.

A curved patio in front of a steakhouse
Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse patio.
Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse/Facebook

Delilah

Request terrace seating at Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas for an al fresco experience paired with top-notch supper club fare. The outdoor courtyard whisks diners away to the Amalfi Coast with lanterns for lighting and 75-year-old magnolia trees.

Delilah
The terrace at Delilah.
Robert Miller

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway

The more casual La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway has a patio overlooking the pools at Wynn Las Vegas while diners eat small-plate items paired with artisanal draught beers and wines. Head here on Saturdays and Sundays for a tableside butler-style brunch.

 La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway 
 The patio at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway/Facebook

Lakeside at the Wynn

SW Steakhouse’s sister restaurant Lakeside at Wynn Las Vegas offers a view of the waterfall at Wynn Las Vegas, along with Hawaiian seafood, line-caught by family fishermen in Hana. Order oven-roasted lobster and crab and aged prime steaks.

Lakeside’s patio
Lakeside’s patio.
Barbara Kraft

SW Steakhouse

Sit on the patio at SW Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas for a romantic view of the Lake of Dreams and its 40-foot waterfall replete with a puppet show, 4,000 lights, and holographics. The chile-rubbed double rib eye, featured on Food Network’s Best Thing I Ever Ate, is one of the top dishes at this steakhouse.

SW Steakhouse
The patio at SW Steakhouse
Wynn Las Vegas

Lavo Italian Restaurant & Lounge

Lavo at the Palazzo says the patio along the Strip has been one of the hottest tables to score. Diners can do some people watching along Las Vegas Boulevard.

The patio on the Strip at Lavo
The patio on the Strip at Lavo.
Tao Group

Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

There’s no better patio meal than a spread of seafood, and there’s no better spot for that combo than Joe’s Seafood. The dining room is stately, but there’s a more casual vibe on the spacious patio, where the wine is flowing and the crab claws come perched on crushed ice.

Virgil’s Real Barbecue

Head to the second-floor patio at Virgil’s Real Barbecue at The Linq Promenade or dine on barbecue on the promenade level. Either offer prime people watching as well as a view of the High Roller observation wheel that anchors the outdoor shopping area.

Virgil’s Real Barbecue’s patio
Virgil’s Real Barbecue’s patio.
Virgil’s Real Barbecue

Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar

Mexican food, two patios, and great people-watching come with the experience at Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar at the Linq Promenade. Head here on the weekend for breakfast or go after the sun goes down for a pretty view of the High Roller Observation Wheel. Chayo does charge a Concession and Franchise Fee, so ask a server to remove it.

Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar
The patio at Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar.
Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar

Restaurant Guy Savoy

Secret patios are sometimes best for a romantic night, so head to the patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace to combine a view of the replica of the Eiffel Tower down street and the famous French chef’s artichoke soup.

The patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy
The patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy.
Caesars Entertainment

Spago by Wolfgang Puck

Diners at Spago by Wolfgang Puck at the Bellagio can head to the patio for al fresco dining. Seats fall under a circular and covered outdoor patio for a front-row views of the fountains by day or night.

Spago
The patio at Spago.
MGM Resorts

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Prime Steakhouse

Chef Jean Georges Vongerichten’s ode to beef at the Bellagio includes a garden patio with a view of the Fountains at Bellagio. Order a dry-aged bone-in rib-eye steak or soy-garlic glazed New York strip to go with that view.