Some consider it taboo; others view it as the ultimate luxury. Either way, foie gras is an eye-catching dish on any menu. In Las Vegas, diners can find it served in many forms, some traditional — pan-seared, cured, roasted — and others surprising, such as inside a puff of cotton candy or a Pop Tart-style pastry shell. However it’s served, here’s where to find foie gras on the menu in Las Vegas.Read More
25 Places to Order Foie Gras in Las Vegas
Where to find the French delicacy in Las Vegas
The only thing better than waterfront dining in Las Vegas is waterfront dining with foie gras and a great wine list. Marché Bacchus, located on the shores of Lake Jacqueline in the Desert Shores community near Summerlin, serves a foie gras duo that includes foie gras mousse and seared foie gras with strawberries and balsamic. There’s also tortellini filled with foie gras mousse.
Pamplemousse le Restaurant
The delightfully pink French restaurant has been serving classic Southern French fare since 1976. Diners love the classic torched foie gras served with brioche triangles here, which is available a la carte or as an upgrade on the decadent prix fixe menu.
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés
Highly decorated chef José Andrés offers one of the most famous versions of foie gras in Las Vegas: foie gras tucked inside a pink cloud of cotton candy at Bazaar Meat at the Sahara. Also on the menu are waffles with foie foam and foie gras S’mores.
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The Barrymore has only been around since 2011, but it feels like a timeless Las Vegas hideaway. Hidden just off-Strip inside the Royal Resort, the retro restaurant serves a menu worthy of the Rat Pack. Pan-seared foie gras, served with duck crackling, blackberry gastrique, and apple brûlée, is not to be missed. Diners can also add foie gras to any steak for $19.
Even on Spring Mountain Road, where buzzy Chinatown restaurants reign supreme, Raku has made a name for itself with its multiple James Beard nominations and robata grill menu, which includes foie gras with soy glaze and foie gras don.
True to its name, Lakeside at the Wynn offers waterfront fine dining. Foie gras here is pan roasted and served with peaches, lemongrass yogurt, dried olives, and walnut brittle. It’s also available on any steak for $28.
Nearby the Lake of Dreams at the Wynn, SW Steakhouse serves Hudson Valley foie gras with pineapple, truffle hot sauce, aged balsamic, and beet. Diners can also add foie gras to any steak for $28.
Partage is a modern, highly creative French restaurant nestled in Chinatown, so naturally foie gras makes an appearance on the menu. Parage serves crème brûlée foie gras with cured duck proscuitto, ginger bread, and a mix of fresh and dried fruit.
Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian serves pan-seared foie gras on a buttermilk waffle with figs and hazelnut. Diners can also add it to their steaks for $20 or go for brandy-cured foie gras butter for $16.
Acclaimed chef Thomas Kellers’ Bouchon serves French food in airy setting at the Venetian. Diners can order foie gras two ways: sautéed or parfait.
Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen
Occupying prime real estate in front of Caesars Palace on Las Vegas Boulevard, Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen serves many of the celebrity chef’s noteworthy dishes including his signature beef Wellington, sticky toffee pudding, and of course, seared foie gras with shortbread, marcona almonds, and stewed cherries.
Restaurant Guy Savoy
Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace pairs seared foie gras with sea urchin, blood orange, and pistachio. Diners can also order it a la carte or as part of a tasting menu.
At Julian Serrano’s Picasso at the Bellagio, diners can savor foie gras while looking at actual Picasso paintings and sculpturez. A prix-fixe menu includes sautéed foie gras steak with honey caramel cognac and figs.
Iconic French restaurant Le Cirque at the Bellagio serves sautéed foie gras with Meyer lemon and strawberry as a supplement to its coursed menus.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
For a Vegas-style take on a trip to Paris, diners can ride the elevator up to the Eiffel Tower Restaurant inside the city’s own two-thirds replica Eiffel Tower. The romantic French restaurant at Paris Las Vegas offers one of the best views of the Bellagio fountains, plus French fare including cold foie gras with duck prosciutto and fig compote. The restaurant also serves filet mignon with foie gras and truffle sauce as a truly opulent entree option.
Michael Mina’s eponymous restaurant at the Bellagio serves foie gras torchon with roasted plums, sumac, and brioche as well as tuna and foie gras accompanied with orange jus and heirloom carrots.
At Scarpetta, the sweeping views of the Strip are as memorable as the duck and foie gras ravioli with marsala reduction. The menu at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas also includes chilled foie gras terrine with blood orange emulsion, almond, squash, and brioche.
Holsteins at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is renowned for its spiked milkshakes stacked high with doughnuts and other sugary toppings, but the burgers are equally inventive. The Billionaire Burger pairs wagyu beef with foie gras, truffle mayo, and port onion marmalade for a result that’s worthy of its title. Diners can also add foie gras to any other burger for $12.
STK Las Vegas
Pre-nightclub hotspot STK at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas serves an Instagram-worthy foie gras dish. On the appetizer menu, diners will find a shareable foie gras Pop Tart with vanilla icing and grape preserves. Foie gras traditionalists can add the delicacy to steaks for $25.
Foie gras brûlée is a longtime favorite at Sage at Aria. The signature dish is topped with toasted cocoa nibs and seasonal compote, served with toastes brioche.
Michael Mina’s restaurants often feature foie gras on the menu, and Bardot Brasserie is no exception. Located at the Aria, this upscale City Center destination serves seared Hudson Valley foie gras with braised short rib, black truffle bordelaise, and baby spinach. Diners can also add foie gras to any steak for $25.
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire at the Waldorf Astoria — formerly the Mandarin Oriential — serves Hudson Valley foie gras with hazelnut gelee, smoked duck breast, orange bigarade, sauerkraut, cranberries, and brioche.
L'Atelier De Joel Robuchon
The legendary Joel Robuchon’s L’Atelier De Joel Robuchon at the MGM Grand offers an unforgettable take on foie gras. Here, it’s served stuffed inside caramelized quail alongside potato purée.
Hubert Keller serves some of the most over-the-top and yet necessary — it is Las Vegas, after all — burgers in town at Burger Bar at Mandalay Place. For $65, the Rossini comes with wagyu beef topped with foie gras, shaved truffles, and truffle sauce.
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At Mandalay Bay, diners can eat foie gras while watching the restaurant’s famous wine angels at Aureole. On the appetizer menu, foie gras is available seared with cranberry chutney, pomegranate, and cornbread.