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The Garden Room at Barry’s Downtown Prime.
Louiie Victa

The 22 Most Romantic Restaurants in Las Vegas

First date? Celebrating a special occasion? These restaurants can make anything romantic

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The Garden Room at Barry’s Downtown Prime.
| Louiie Victa

Maybe you want to create a romantic setting for a first date. Maybe you're celebrating a big anniversary or want to propose. Take heart. These Las Vegas restaurants know how to make any dinner seem that much more romantic. Whether you want a stunning view, a complimentary rose, a setting made for an art lover, or just a place that knows how to make any occasion seem special, these restaurants in Las Vegas are the most romantic in the city.

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Marché Bacchus

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French dining, white tablecloths, and a lakeside view make for a romantic setting at Marché Bacchus. Go for an appetizer of frog legs or truffled goat cheese Napoleon. For an extra romantic night, caviar service is an affair with egg whites, yolks, chives, red onion, capers, crème fraÎche, and toasted blinis.  

Americana Restaurant

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Sitting on the coast of Lake Jaqueline in Desert Shores, the patio at Americana makes for a view that’s tough to beat when looking for waterside dining in Las Vegas. Order a plate of oysters on the half-shell and charcuterie for a breezy evening by the lake.

A lakeside view of Americana
Americana
Americana

Barry’s Downtown Prime

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Circa’s steakhouse on the lower level of the resort oozes vintage glam. Request a table in the Garden Room with a lighted olive tree set inside an enclosed section of the main dining room, with room for up to 24 seated guests. The velvet booths just add to the romance.

A dining room with a tree at the center.
The Garden Room at Barry’s Downtown Prime
Louiie Victa

Hugo’s Cellar

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Every lady gets a rose at Hugo's Cellar, an old-school restaurant inside the Four Queens. Let the servers dazzle with table-side salads from a roving cart and do order bananas Foster for dessert.

Chicken on a white plate.
Hugo’s Cellar.
Amelinda B Lee

Chicago Joe's Restaurant

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Located in what was once a residential home, the exterior of this Italian restaurant is packed with charm. Inside, red string lights illuminate gingham-draped tables and a wine rack, a vibey backdrop for pasta, seafood, veal, and poultry.

Top of the World

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It’s hard to get more romantic than sitting next to panoramic windows and watching while the city skyline slowly revolves around you. Dine on a selection of seafood and save room for a warm butter cake with ice cream for dessert.

Top of the World Restaurant
Top of the World Restaurant
Stratosphere

Edo Gastro Tapas & Wine

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Tapas are the perfect setting for cozying up, and Edo’s menu of small plates and sexy dining room are some of the best in the city. Opt for its over-the-top Iberico charcuterie board, bravos potatoes, kimchi croquetas, and Spanish octopus. Bonus points if you take advantage of Edo’s gin and tonic cart.

Delilah

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Delilah is in contention for the most beautiful restaurant in town. Harking back to an opulent 1950s supper club, brass palm trees extend from the restaurant floor up into the ceiling, viewable from both the main dining room and the terrace bar. Singers and dancers perform from the restaurant's two stages while diners, seated exclusively in booth seating, can watch while indulging in caviar doughnuts, foie gras French toast, and potato-crusted dover sole.

Request one of Lamaii’s spacious, sunny yellow booths and cover the table with fresh oysters, grilled river prawns, crispy duck panning, and more, all paired with a bottle of wine from its well-curated list.

A grilled river prawn split open.
Grilled river prawn with spicy seafood masago ikura at Lamaii.
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Request the private cabana overlooking the Japanese gardens surrounding an koi pond with a 90-foot waterfall at Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas. A robatayaki bar, a teppanyaki room, ocean-fresh sushi and sashimi, and Japanese dishes from the kitchen are all at your disposal.

A table with a waterfall in the background.
Mizumi.
Barbara Kraft

Cleaver- Butchered Meats, Seafood & Classic Cocktails

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Dark and moody, with bold damask wallpaper, luxurious blue booths, and sparkling chandeliers, this hidden gem of a steakhouse sets the stage for a romantic evening. As the name suggests, the steaks, butchered on-site, are the highlight here, but not to be overshadowed are Cleaver’s selections of pasta, seafood, and cocktails. And if the generous happy hour isn’t enough of a draw, then the majestic portrait of Chris Farley will be.

Restaurant Guy Savoy

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French chef Guy Savoy’s only restaurant outside of Europe sits in the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace. All of his divine dishes appear here: the artichoke and black truffle soup paired with a toasted mushroom brioche and truffle butter; the foie gras bitter infusion served from a tea pot with slow-cooked endives stuffed with kumquats confit; the chocolate mousse that uses Savoy’s own grandmother’s recipe. Every meal starts with the bread cart, a rolling wonder of carbs. Request the Caviar Room for the chef’s one-of-a-kind roe dishes, or just let the chefs take control with the six-course Forbes menu or 14-course Prestige menu to march through Michelin-starred favorites. The patio includes a view of Vegas’s version of the Eiffel Tower.

Prime Steakhouse

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Jean-Georges Vongerichten's steakhouse at the Bellagio features a dining room by Michael DeSantis, dressed in deep chocolate brown and delicate Tiffany blue, as well as commissioned artwork by Carlo Maria Mariani, George Deem, and Michael Gregory. A garden patio provides the perfect outdoor setting for a serene dining experience. Try the bone-in-rib-eye steak or Colorado lamb chops.

A dining room with tiled floor and a white curtain.
Prime Steakhouse.
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Mon Ami Gabi

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Cozy up beneath the heat lamps on the patio of Paris Las Vegas and watch the Fountains of Bellagio across Las Vegas Boulevard from Mon Ami Gabi. Whether sitting in the open-air patio, bright atrium, or tucked away inside, you’ll feel transported to Paris. Discover more than 80 boutique French wines plus quiche Lorraine, duck leg confit, sea scallops, and the grand “plat du jour.”

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

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No need to head to Paris. Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas sits 110 feet above the Strip with its views of the Bellagio Fountains. Inside find a restaurant with all the French romance of Paris. Try the roasted rack of lamb or broiled bone-in rib-eye steak with roasted bone marrow.

A table overlooking the Bellagio Fountains
A table overlooking the Bellagio Fountains at Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Eiffel Tower Restaurant [Official Site]

Bardot Brasserie

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With a roving shellfish cart, a killer cocktail program selection, and bountiful French dishes, Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie has all the makings for a romantic French evening or morning brunch. And it’s a brunch worth getting up for, with brioche French toast with vanilla bean mascarpone and almond brittle, a menu of shellfish selections, and plates of cheese, fruit, housemade jam, and candied hazelnuts

Bardot Brasserie
Bardot Brasserie
MGM Resorts

Carbone

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This decadent restaurant with roots in New York City features captains serving dishes tableside and seductive red velvet booths set in a circle so everyone has a view of the dramatic action. Lobster fra diavolo, chicken scarpariello, veal parmesan, and octopus pizzaiolo are just some of the treasured dishes here. Daring diners can put themselves in the captain’s hands, that is, if money is no object. Dine-in service only.

A large leather booth with a chandelier above it.
Carbone.
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Bavette's Steakhouse & Bar

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The cozy interior, old-school vibes, and dim lighting make for a romantic steak dinner. Velvet banquettes and warm lighting are the perfect setting for USDA prime cuts, as well as more affordable butcher’s cuts.

The bar at Bavette’s
Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar
Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar

The Nomad Library

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The Nomad Library was inspired by the Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading in Rio de Janeiro: 20,000 books line the walls of the three-story room, and touches like a fireplace, velvet chairs, and spacious booths make the restaurant feel intimate and romantic. Opt for the roast chicken stuffed with foie gras or the black truffle and brioche to share in the dimly lit space.

A book-lined dining room.
The NoMad Hotel Library.
Benoit Linero/The NoMad Hotel/Facebook

Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis

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Decadent chandeliers, live entertainment, and a svelte modern decor just add to the romance at Hank’s Fine Steaks and Martinis at Green Valley Ranch. Make any meal more romantic with sharable dishes such as the seafood tower, chateaubriand, or tomahawk steak.

A dining room with carpeted floor and a chandelier.
Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis.
Station Casinos [Official Site]

Michael’s Gourmet Room

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The red velvet draped, jewel box of a restaurant that is Michael’s Gourmet Room at South Point brings back the glamour of the gourmet room from the ’50s and ’60s in Las Vegas. Pickled vegetables, escargot, French onion soup, Chateaubriand served tableside, and a dessert cart rolled to the table add some special touches to any dinner here.

A plate with lobster and a red background
Lobster at Michael’s Gourmet Room
South Point [Official Site]

Rosa Ristorante

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At this Italian Henderson restaurant, dine on pasta, pizzas, and entrees including roasted branzino, osso bucco, and more. Bold red banquettes and a mural of roses help set the tone.

A mural of roses on the interior wall of Rosa Ristorante
Rosa Ristorante
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Marché Bacchus

French dining, white tablecloths, and a lakeside view make for a romantic setting at Marché Bacchus. Go for an appetizer of frog legs or truffled goat cheese Napoleon. For an extra romantic night, caviar service is an affair with egg whites, yolks, chives, red onion, capers, crème fraÎche, and toasted blinis.  

Americana Restaurant

Sitting on the coast of Lake Jaqueline in Desert Shores, the patio at Americana makes for a view that’s tough to beat when looking for waterside dining in Las Vegas. Order a plate of oysters on the half-shell and charcuterie for a breezy evening by the lake.

A lakeside view of Americana
Americana
Americana

Barry’s Downtown Prime

Circa’s steakhouse on the lower level of the resort oozes vintage glam. Request a table in the Garden Room with a lighted olive tree set inside an enclosed section of the main dining room, with room for up to 24 seated guests. The velvet booths just add to the romance.

A dining room with a tree at the center.
The Garden Room at Barry’s Downtown Prime
Louiie Victa

Hugo’s Cellar

Every lady gets a rose at Hugo's Cellar, an old-school restaurant inside the Four Queens. Let the servers dazzle with table-side salads from a roving cart and do order bananas Foster for dessert.

Chicken on a white plate.
Hugo’s Cellar.
Amelinda B Lee

Chicago Joe's Restaurant

Located in what was once a residential home, the exterior of this Italian restaurant is packed with charm. Inside, red string lights illuminate gingham-draped tables and a wine rack, a vibey backdrop for pasta, seafood, veal, and poultry.

Top of the World

It’s hard to get more romantic than sitting next to panoramic windows and watching while the city skyline slowly revolves around you. Dine on a selection of seafood and save room for a warm butter cake with ice cream for dessert.

Top of the World Restaurant
Top of the World Restaurant
Stratosphere

Edo Gastro Tapas & Wine

Tapas are the perfect setting for cozying up, and Edo’s menu of small plates and sexy dining room are some of the best in the city. Opt for its over-the-top Iberico charcuterie board, bravos potatoes, kimchi croquetas, and Spanish octopus. Bonus points if you take advantage of Edo’s gin and tonic cart.

Delilah

Delilah is in contention for the most beautiful restaurant in town. Harking back to an opulent 1950s supper club, brass palm trees extend from the restaurant floor up into the ceiling, viewable from both the main dining room and the terrace bar. Singers and dancers perform from the restaurant's two stages while diners, seated exclusively in booth seating, can watch while indulging in caviar doughnuts, foie gras French toast, and potato-crusted dover sole.

Lamaii

Request one of Lamaii’s spacious, sunny yellow booths and cover the table with fresh oysters, grilled river prawns, crispy duck panning, and more, all paired with a bottle of wine from its well-curated list.

A grilled river prawn split open.
Grilled river prawn with spicy seafood masago ikura at Lamaii.
Lamaii/Facebook

Mizumi

Request the private cabana overlooking the Japanese gardens surrounding an koi pond with a 90-foot waterfall at Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas. A robatayaki bar, a teppanyaki room, ocean-fresh sushi and sashimi, and Japanese dishes from the kitchen are all at your disposal.

A table with a waterfall in the background.
Mizumi.
Barbara Kraft

Cleaver- Butchered Meats, Seafood & Classic Cocktails

Dark and moody, with bold damask wallpaper, luxurious blue booths, and sparkling chandeliers, this hidden gem of a steakhouse sets the stage for a romantic evening. As the name suggests, the steaks, butchered on-site, are the highlight here, but not to be overshadowed are Cleaver’s selections of pasta, seafood, and cocktails. And if the generous happy hour isn’t enough of a draw, then the majestic portrait of Chris Farley will be.

Restaurant Guy Savoy

French chef Guy Savoy’s only restaurant outside of Europe sits in the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace. All of his divine dishes appear here: the artichoke and black truffle soup paired with a toasted mushroom brioche and truffle butter; the foie gras bitter infusion served from a tea pot with slow-cooked endives stuffed with kumquats confit; the chocolate mousse that uses Savoy’s own grandmother’s recipe. Every meal starts with the bread cart, a rolling wonder of carbs. Request the Caviar Room for the chef’s one-of-a-kind roe dishes, or just let the chefs take control with the six-course Forbes menu or 14-course Prestige menu to march through Michelin-starred favorites. The patio includes a view of Vegas’s version of the Eiffel Tower.

Prime Steakhouse

Jean-Georges Vongerichten's steakhouse at the Bellagio features a dining room by Michael DeSantis, dressed in deep chocolate brown and delicate Tiffany blue, as well as commissioned artwork by Carlo Maria Mariani, George Deem, and Michael Gregory. A garden patio provides the perfect outdoor setting for a serene dining experience. Try the bone-in-rib-eye steak or Colorado lamb chops.

A dining room with tiled floor and a white curtain.
Prime Steakhouse.
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Mon Ami Gabi

Cozy up beneath the heat lamps on the patio of Paris Las Vegas and watch the Fountains of Bellagio across Las Vegas Boulevard from Mon Ami Gabi. Whether sitting in the open-air patio, bright atrium, or tucked away inside, you’ll feel transported to Paris. Discover more than 80 boutique French wines plus quiche Lorraine, duck leg confit, sea scallops, and the grand “plat du jour.”

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

No need to head to Paris. Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas sits 110 feet above the Strip with its views of the Bellagio Fountains. Inside find a restaurant with all the French romance of Paris. Try the roasted rack of lamb or broiled bone-in rib-eye steak with roasted bone marrow.

A table overlooking the Bellagio Fountains
A table overlooking the Bellagio Fountains at Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Eiffel Tower Restaurant [Official Site]

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Bardot Brasserie

With a roving shellfish cart, a killer cocktail program selection, and bountiful French dishes, Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie has all the makings for a romantic French evening or morning brunch. And it’s a brunch worth getting up for, with brioche French toast with vanilla bean mascarpone and almond brittle, a menu of shellfish selections, and plates of cheese, fruit, housemade jam, and candied hazelnuts

Bardot Brasserie
Bardot Brasserie
MGM Resorts

Carbone

This decadent restaurant with roots in New York City features captains serving dishes tableside and seductive red velvet booths set in a circle so everyone has a view of the dramatic action. Lobster fra diavolo, chicken scarpariello, veal parmesan, and octopus pizzaiolo are just some of the treasured dishes here. Daring diners can put themselves in the captain’s hands, that is, if money is no object. Dine-in service only.

A large leather booth with a chandelier above it.
Carbone.
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Bavette's Steakhouse & Bar

The cozy interior, old-school vibes, and dim lighting make for a romantic steak dinner. Velvet banquettes and warm lighting are the perfect setting for USDA prime cuts, as well as more affordable butcher’s cuts.

The bar at Bavette’s
Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar
Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar

The Nomad Library

The Nomad Library was inspired by the Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading in Rio de Janeiro: 20,000 books line the walls of the three-story room, and touches like a fireplace, velvet chairs, and spacious booths make the restaurant feel intimate and romantic. Opt for the roast chicken stuffed with foie gras or the black truffle and brioche to share in the dimly lit space.

A book-lined dining room.
The NoMad Hotel Library.
Benoit Linero/The NoMad Hotel/Facebook

Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis

Decadent chandeliers, live entertainment, and a svelte modern decor just add to the romance at Hank’s Fine Steaks and Martinis at Green Valley Ranch. Make any meal more romantic with sharable dishes such as the seafood tower, chateaubriand, or tomahawk steak.

A dining room with carpeted floor and a chandelier.
Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis.
Station Casinos [Official Site]

Michael’s Gourmet Room

The red velvet draped, jewel box of a restaurant that is Michael’s Gourmet Room at South Point brings back the glamour of the gourmet room from the ’50s and ’60s in Las Vegas. Pickled vegetables, escargot, French onion soup, Chateaubriand served tableside, and a dessert cart rolled to the table add some special touches to any dinner here.