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21 Restaurants With the Best Views in Las Vegas

Take in these spectacular views of the city from up high, waterside, and more

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Las Vegas certainly has restaurants with some of the best views in the world. Head up high for a view over the valley or go down low for people watching or dancing fountains. Here is a look at some of the restaurants with the best views in Las Vegas. Get views from up high at Top of the World at the Strat. Voodoo Steakhouse at the Rio offers views of the Strip looking to the east. Take in the Fountains at Bellagio at Prime Steakhouse, Picasso, and Lago at the Bellagio, or Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas. Or get a show with dinner at SW Steakhouse and Lakeside at Wynn Las Vegas.

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Marché Bacchus

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Marche Bacchus sits on Lake Jacqueline at Desert Shores. Dine on the patio to take in the sights of ducks, kayaking passersby and the expansive homes across the water.

The view of Lake Jacqueline at Marché Bacchus
The view of Lake Jacqueline at Marché Bacchus
Marché Bacchus

Americana

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Head to the patio at Americana on Lake Jacqueline in Desert Shores for a tranquil view. Early American cuisine with mixed European interpretations influences chef Stephen Blandino's menu.

Americana patio seating
Americana
Amelinda B Lee

Taverna Costera

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Taverna Costera in the Arts District serves Mediterranean fusion food in the First Friday Las Vegas footprint. The rooftop bar and event space features live music and overlooks First Friday and the string lights over Main Street. 

The exterior of the two-story Taverna Costera
The exterior of Taverna Costera
Taverna Costera

Top of the World

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The Top of the World Restaurant at the Strat is 844 feet up and rotates 360 degrees every 80 minutes for comprehensive perspectives of the Las Vegas Valley. The rotating new American restaurant sits on the 106th floor of the tower.

Top of the World dining room
Top of the World
Anthony Mair

Alle Lounge on 66

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Located on the 66th floor, Alle Lounge at Resorts World faces south, providing a bird’s eye view down the Strip. The menu offers a selection of signature cocktails and light bites.

Views out the windows at dusk at Alle Lounge on 66 at Resorts World
Alle Lounge on 66 at Resorts World
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While the entire restaurant view at Mizumi includes stunning views at Wynn Las Vegas, the floating private pagoda that sits on a koi pond offers a look back at the restaurant and the 90-foot waterfall.

The pagoda on the koi pond at Mizumi
The pagoda on the koi pond at Mizumi
Wynn Las Vegas

Lakeside

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Lakeside sits next to SW Steakhouse and offers views of the Lake of Dreams at Wynn Las Vegas with a seafood-forward menu.

Lakeside’s patio
The view of Lakeside from the Lake of Dreams
Barbara Kraft

Buddy V’s Ristorante

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Buddy Valastro's Buddy V's Ristorante at the Palazzo has a view of the Strip looking out at Treasure Island to pair with its Italian dishes.

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Buddy V’s Ristorante
Chelsea McManus

Black Tap

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Located right on Las Vegas Boulevard, the street-level patio at Black Tap sits just behind the outdoor canal at the Venetian Resort. Waterfront seating offers views of the Venetian’s facade, the volcano at The Mirage, and incomparable people-watching.

The Cake Shake on the patio at Black Tap
The Cake Shake at Black Tap
Amelinda B Lee

Bouchon Bistro

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Bouchon features a poolside setting in the Venezia Tower of the Venetian. Adam D. Tihany designed the interior that features a French pewter bar, a mosaic floor, deep blue velvet banquettes, antique light fixtures, and an expansive hand-painted mural by noted French artist Paulin Paris.

Bouchon dining room
Bouchon
Venetian

Restaurant Guy Savoy

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Restaurant Guy Savoy sits on the second floor of the Augustus Tower at Caesars Palace. The contemporary French restaurant overlooks the Fountains at Bellagio and the replica of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas.

The patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy
The patio at Restaurant Guy Savoy
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Giada de Laurentiis' restaurant at The Cromwell is enclosed by floor-to-ceiling windows to allow panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip. When the weather is nice, windows roll open to allow a breeze.

The dining room at Giada
Giada
Caesars Entertainment

Prime Steakhouse

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Diners head down the escalator to Prime Steakhouse at the Bellagio that sits on the Fountains at Bellagio. The patio seats 70 guests, and many of those guests have a view of those dancing fountains from 5 to 10 p.m. daily.

Prime Steakhouse overlooking the Fountains at Bellagio
Prime Steakhouse
MGM Resorts

Mon Ami Gabi

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Some of the best people-watching in Las Vegas is at Mon Ami Gabi, located at the front of Paris Las Vegas. The Fountains at Bellagio serve as a backdrop.

Patio dining on the Las Vegas Strip
Mon Ami Gabi
Mon Ami Gabi

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

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Head 100 feet up inside the faux Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas to dine at Eiffel Tower Restaurant with views of the Strip and the Fountains at Bellagio. Request the corner table for two for the best view of the Bellagio’s dancing fountains.

A table overlooking the Bellagio Fountains
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Eiffel Tower Restaurant

Voodoo Steakhouse

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Head up to the 50th floor of the Rio for a different view of the Las Vegas skyline at Voodoo Steakhouse. The resort sits west of the Strip, offering panoramic views of the city.

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Voodoo Steakhouse
Caesars Entertainment

Scarpetta

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Scarpetta at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas with its menu of Italian fare overlooks the Fountains at Bellagio.

Scarpetta dining room
Scarpetta
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Foundation Room

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Head to the top of Mandalay Bay to hang in the House of Blues' Foundation Room. Pick from one of seven rooms to sit in and then look north at the Strip from this private club.

Foundation Room rooftop overlooking Mandalay Bay marquee
Foundation Room
Foundation Room

Panevino Restaurant

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Just south of McCarran International Airport sits Panevino with its view of the Strip and the planes landing and taking off at the airport.

Panevino dining room
Panevino
Panevino

Lindo Michoacan La Loma

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Head to Lindo Michoacan La Loma in Henderson for breathtaking views of the city looking north. Grab a margarita, somee street tacos, and take in the views.

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Lindo Michoacan La Loma
Lindo Michoacan La Loma

Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood

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Perched atop the M Resort, Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood cooks in an exhibition-style kitchen with patio seating with views of the M Pool and Las Vegas Strip. Order fish flown in daily; dry-aged or wet-aged prime cut filet, rib-eye steaks, and New York strip steaks; or one of 450 different wine selections.

Anthony’s Prime Steak &amp; Seafood dining room
Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood
M Resort

Marché Bacchus

The view of Lake Jacqueline at Marché Bacchus
The view of Lake Jacqueline at Marché Bacchus
Marché Bacchus

Marche Bacchus sits on Lake Jacqueline at Desert Shores. Dine on the patio to take in the sights of ducks, kayaking passersby and the expansive homes across the water.

The view of Lake Jacqueline at Marché Bacchus
The view of Lake Jacqueline at Marché Bacchus
Marché Bacchus

Americana

Americana patio seating
Americana
Amelinda B Lee

Head to the patio at Americana on Lake Jacqueline in Desert Shores for a tranquil view. Early American cuisine with mixed European interpretations influences chef Stephen Blandino's menu.

Americana patio seating
Americana
Amelinda B Lee

Taverna Costera

The exterior of the two-story Taverna Costera
The exterior of Taverna Costera
Taverna Costera

Taverna Costera in the Arts District serves Mediterranean fusion food in the First Friday Las Vegas footprint. The rooftop bar and event space features live music and overlooks First Friday and the string lights over Main Street. 

The exterior of the two-story Taverna Costera
The exterior of Taverna Costera
Taverna Costera

Top of the World

Top of the World dining room
Top of the World
Anthony Mair

The Top of the World Restaurant at the Strat is 844 feet up and rotates 360 degrees every 80 minutes for comprehensive perspectives of the Las Vegas Valley. The rotating new American restaurant sits on the 106th floor of the tower.

Top of the World dining room
Top of the World
Anthony Mair

Alle Lounge on 66

Views out the windows at dusk at Alle Lounge on 66 at Resorts World
Alle Lounge on 66 at Resorts World
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Located on the 66th floor, Alle Lounge at Resorts World faces south, providing a bird’s eye view down the Strip. The menu offers a selection of signature cocktails and light bites.

Views out the windows at dusk at Alle Lounge on 66 at Resorts World
Alle Lounge on 66 at Resorts World
Resorts World

Mizumi

The pagoda on the koi pond at Mizumi
The pagoda on the koi pond at Mizumi
Wynn Las Vegas

While the entire restaurant view at Mizumi includes stunning views at Wynn Las Vegas, the floating private pagoda that sits on a koi pond offers a look back at the restaurant and the 90-foot waterfall.

The pagoda on the koi pond at Mizumi
The pagoda on the koi pond at Mizumi
Wynn Las Vegas

Lakeside

Lakeside’s patio
The view of Lakeside from the Lake of Dreams
Barbara Kraft

Lakeside sits next to SW Steakhouse and offers views of the Lake of Dreams at Wynn Las Vegas with a seafood-forward menu.

Lakeside’s patio
The view of Lakeside from the Lake of Dreams
Barbara Kraft

Buddy V’s Ristorante

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Buddy V’s Ristorante