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Where to Drink Wine in Las Vegas Right Now

Try one of these 18 restaurants and wine lounges to get your wine fix in Las Vegas

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You could spend your whole life learning about wine and just scratch the surface. We say this not to intimidate, but to inspire. Visiting a wine bar or restaurant with some experienced sommeliers is a great place to start, or to at least discover a few favorites to explore from there.

We’ve curated a map of some of the best wine lists in town, from the old guard to the upstarts, from places with thousands of bottles to spots with a modest collection of rotating selections. Whether you’re looking to splurge on a Strip dinner with a wine pairing, or want to explore a dedicated wine bar with unique choices, check out this guide to on-Strip classics and finds off the beaten path.

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Marché Bacchus

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When you enter the French bistro offering lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, you’ll first pass through its retail wine shop where you can select a bottle for your meal from over 950 labels, at off-the-Strip prices. Then sit at a table overlooking the Desert Shores lakes and linger over the escargot, the lobster croissant, or the seafood salad.

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Hugo's Cellar

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Experience a taste of old Vegas at this steakhouse nestled under the Four Queens Hotel and Casino, where you’ll be handed a rose upon entry and tableside service is still on the menu. Hugo’s Cellar has a curated collection of around 400 labels, so you’ll be sure to find something to pair with the beef wellington or a prime rib steak. Sommelier Jon Simmons has worked at Hugo’s for 38 years, so he’ll be sure to give a great recommendation.

Hugo’s Cellar Bar
Hugo’s Cellar
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Vic and Anthony's Steakhouse

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Located inside of the Golden Nugget, Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse offers more than 1,000 diverse wines to choose from. Monthly wine dinners are also hosted here, where various winemakers are featured alongside carefully selected dishes to complement the chosen wine.

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Vic and Anthony’s Steakhouse staircase entrance
Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse

Ada's Wine Bar

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Tucked away in Tivoli Village, Ada’s Wine Bar by Ether’s Kitchen creator James Trees, offers bottles and by-the-glass wines organized by type and taste, like “precision, power and detail” whites and “bold, spicy and rich” reds. Visit during happy hour—reservations recommended—and enjoy the patio while sharing a sommelier-recommended red, white, or rosé, and the crispy brussels sprouts and cheese board.

Pine Hollow Winery

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The first winery to open within Las Vegas city limits, Pine Hollow coins itself as fabulous, but not fancy. The small tasting room hosts tastings in which you can sample six or eight of the winery’s hand-crafted small-batch wines. The wines are inventive and fun — there’s the Warm Fuzzy, a chardonnay with peach and apricot and Peppermint Dreams, a merlot with hints of chocolate and peppermint.

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“Garagiste” originated in France as a somewhat derisive term, but the creators of Garagiste Wine Bar in the Arts District have reclaimed it for themselves as small-scale wine producers who don’t adhere to tradition. It focuses on helping people discover eclectic, small-production wines, and as a separate service, staff will help you build your own cellar by providing recommendations at your taste level and price point. Three charcuterie plates are available if you’re dining in, and bottles are half-off if you take them to go.

Lotus of Siam - Red Rock

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Lotus of Siam is a much-awarded Northern Thai eatery with three locations in the Las Vegas Valley. The new location in Red Rock Resort and Casino opened in November 2022 — 23 years after chef Saipin and her husband took over the original. The Red Rock location has a smaller, but well-curated selection of glasses and bottles, organized from light to full-bodied. When you visit, and you should, try one of “Mom’s highlights” like chu-chee crispy duck or Kang Hung Lay braised pork and pork belly. The original Lotus on Sahara, with its 70-page wine list, is currently closed for renovations but is expected to open by the end of the year. 

The French Cellar

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The French wine cellar from the team behind the adjacent French restaurant, Partage, offers a deep selection of French wines and Champagne from different regions of France, carefully handpicked by sommelier and general manager Nicolas Kalpokdjian. About 15 wines are available by the glass for flights and tastings, along with some small bites. Return visitors can take advantage of the French wine club with annual memberships that start at $999 for two bottles a month, plus other perks.

Wally's Las Vegas

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More than a hundred wines are available by the glass inside this Resorts World bar and restaurant. And most are offered in a wide selection of prices and varietals. Get your bottle to go or stay and order a flatbread or charcuterie board to pair while you sip.

Wally’s wine bar with lots of seating.
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Wally’s

La Cave Food and Wine Hideaway

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La Cave in the Wynn seeks to mimic the feeling of entering a wine cellar, providing tastings, dinner, and brunch in an intimate setting. A flight will cost you from $29 to $50, where you can sample four flights of “patio” whites to darker reds. Don’t miss the weekend brunch, where you’ll be served 15-plus small plates butler style, with choices like the Snickers pancake and the filet mignon eggs benedict. 

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Delmonico Steakhouse

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Chef Emeril Lagasse’s take on the grand American steakhouse offers a selection of more than 2,600 wine bottles. If ordering for the table, bottles start at $25 but range all the way up to $52,000 per bottle.

Picasso

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Winner of the “Grand Award” from Wine Spectator, this restaurant in the Bellagio is filled with original Picasso paintings and sculptures. It’ll be at a higher price point, but there are 1,500 European selections from its cellar to discover. The menu highlights the pan-seared U-10 day boat scallop, the roasted Maine lobster, and the halibut—and there’s a vegan tasting menu, too. 

Ferraro's Ristorante

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This family-run restaurant that opened in 1985 boasts an extensive, 70-page wine list and well-plated, classic Italian food, including a fairly large vegan menu, gluten-free pasta, and even paleo options available. They strongly recommend trying a Nebbiolo varietal, or one of the many Italian wines in stock. Dine on the braised rabbit, stuffed peppers, and any pasta — but you really can’t go wrong with what you order. 

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Joël Robuchon

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This pricey, three-star Michelin establishment by the late Joël Robuchon serves fine French cuisine in an art deco town house in the MGM Grand. Wine pairings, starting at $400, are available from the 2,000 bottles in stock, or you can order by the glass. It’s not the restaurant to visit on a budget— try the chef’s tasting menu for the full experience. 

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The Patio Wine Garden

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The Patio used to be a spot for bubble waffles and boba tea. But Bank Atcharawan, the former lead sommelier at Lotus of Siam and owner of Lamaii, transformed the casual eatery into a wine lounge. Staff will help recommend a bottle to pair with bo ssam pork shoulder or a charcuterie cheese board.

Aureole

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Charlie Palmer’s American-style concept Aureole, located in Mandalay Bay, has a four-story, glass wine tower with 2,700 distinct labels and 12,000 bottles in inventory, and “wine angels” to retrieve and serve your selection. Try the white truffle risotto or the chef’s tasting menu, with wine pairings available.

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Double Helix Wine and Whiskey Lounge

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Double Helix is a popular watering hole that first opened in the Palazzo in 2007 but now has one location in Town Square. The wine list features 40-plus new arrivals and favorites, and it hosts a “hidden gem” night on Mondays, where patrons can sample limited-run wines. Or, try the happy hour from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m every day except Sunday, and order the carnitas tacos or nachos, and the piggy back sliders.

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Vegas Valley Winery

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This industrial hangout, located in the Henderson Booze District and touted as the first winery in the greater Las Vegas Valley, is filled with dozens of wooden barrels of its own, small-run creations. Visit the tasting room and sip a flight or glass of Vegas Valley wines, and enjoy the specials on Wednesday (glasses), Thursday (hard cider), and Sunday (bottles). Nibble on small charcuterie plates or pizza with your selection.

Marché Bacchus

When you enter the French bistro offering lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, you’ll first pass through its retail wine shop where you can select a bottle for your meal from over 950 labels, at off-the-Strip prices. Then sit at a table overlooking the Desert Shores lakes and linger over the escargot, the lobster croissant, or the seafood salad.

[Photo]

Hugo's Cellar

Experience a taste of old Vegas at this steakhouse nestled under the Four Queens Hotel and Casino, where you’ll be handed a rose upon entry and tableside service is still on the menu. Hugo’s Cellar has a curated collection of around 400 labels, so you’ll be sure to find something to pair with the beef wellington or a prime rib steak. Sommelier Jon Simmons has worked at Hugo’s for 38 years, so he’ll be sure to give a great recommendation.

Hugo’s Cellar Bar
Hugo’s Cellar
Amelinda B Lee

Vic and Anthony's Steakhouse

Located inside of the Golden Nugget, Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse offers more than 1,000 diverse wines to choose from. Monthly wine dinners are also hosted here, where various winemakers are featured alongside carefully selected dishes to complement the chosen wine.

Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse
Vic and Anthony’s Steakhouse staircase entrance
Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse

Ada's Wine Bar

Tucked away in Tivoli Village, Ada’s Wine Bar by Ether’s Kitchen creator James Trees, offers bottles and by-the-glass wines organized by type and taste, like “precision, power and detail” whites and “bold, spicy and rich” reds. Visit during happy hour—reservations recommended—and enjoy the patio while sharing a sommelier-recommended red, white, or rosé, and the crispy brussels sprouts and cheese board.

Pine Hollow Winery

The first winery to open within Las Vegas city limits, Pine Hollow coins itself as fabulous, but not fancy. The small tasting room hosts tastings in which you can sample six or eight of the winery’s hand-crafted small-batch wines. The wines are inventive and fun — there’s the Warm Fuzzy, a chardonnay with peach and apricot and Peppermint Dreams, a merlot with hints of chocolate and peppermint.

Garagiste Wine Room I Merchant

“Garagiste” originated in France as a somewhat derisive term, but the creators of Garagiste Wine Bar in the Arts District have reclaimed it for themselves as small-scale wine producers who don’t adhere to tradition. It focuses on helping people discover eclectic, small-production wines, and as a separate service, staff will help you build your own cellar by providing recommendations at your taste level and price point. Three charcuterie plates are available if you’re dining in, and bottles are half-off if you take them to go.

Lotus of Siam - Red Rock

Lotus of Siam is a much-awarded Northern Thai eatery with three locations in the Las Vegas Valley. The new location in Red Rock Resort and Casino opened in November 2022 — 23 years after chef Saipin and her husband took over the original. The Red Rock location has a smaller, but well-curated selection of glasses and bottles, organized from light to full-bodied. When you visit, and you should, try one of “Mom’s highlights” like chu-chee crispy duck or Kang Hung Lay braised pork and pork belly. The original Lotus on Sahara, with its 70-page wine list, is currently closed for renovations but is expected to open by the end of the year. 

The French Cellar

The French wine cellar from the team behind the adjacent French restaurant, Partage, offers a deep selection of French wines and Champagne from different regions of France, carefully handpicked by sommelier and general manager Nicolas Kalpokdjian. About 15 wines are available by the glass for flights and tastings, along with some small bites. Return visitors can take advantage of the French wine club with annual memberships that start at $999 for two bottles a month, plus other perks.

Wally's Las Vegas

More than a hundred wines are available by the glass inside this Resorts World bar and restaurant. And most are offered in a wide selection of prices and varietals. Get your bottle to go or stay and order a flatbread or charcuterie board to pair while you sip.

Wally’s wine bar with lots of seating.
Wally’s
Wally’s

La Cave Food and Wine Hideaway

La Cave in the Wynn seeks to mimic the feeling of entering a wine cellar, providing tastings, dinner, and brunch in an intimate setting. A flight will cost you from $29 to $50, where you can sample four flights of “patio” whites to darker reds. Don’t miss the weekend brunch, where you’ll be served 15-plus small plates butler style, with choices like the Snickers pancake and the filet mignon eggs benedict. 

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Delmonico Steakhouse

Chef Emeril Lagasse’s take on the grand American steakhouse offers a selection of more than 2,600 wine bottles. If ordering for the table, bottles start at $25 but range all the way up to $52,000 per bottle.

Picasso

Winner of the “Grand Award” from Wine Spectator, this restaurant in the Bellagio is filled with original Picasso paintings and sculptures. It’ll be at a higher price point, but there are 1,500 European selections from its cellar to discover. The menu highlights the pan-seared U-10 day boat scallop, the roasted Maine lobster, and the halibut—and there’s a vegan tasting menu, too. 

Ferraro's Ristorante

This family-run restaurant that opened in 1985 boasts an extensive, 70-page wine list and well-plated, classic Italian food, including a fairly large vegan menu, gluten-free pasta, and even paleo options available. They strongly recommend trying a Nebbiolo varietal, or one of the many Italian wines in stock. Dine on the braised rabbit, stuffed peppers, and any pasta — but you really can’t go wrong with what you order. 

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Joël Robuchon

This pricey, three-star Michelin establishment by the late Joël Robuchon serves fine French cuisine in an art deco town house in the MGM Grand. Wine pairings, starting at $400, are available from the 2,000 bottles in stock, or you can order by the glass. It’s not the restaurant to visit on a budget— try the chef’s tasting menu for the full experience. 

[Photo]

The Patio Wine Garden

The Patio used to be a spot for bubble waffles and boba tea. But Bank Atcharawan, the former lead sommelier at Lotus of Siam and owner of Lamaii, transformed the casual eatery into a wine lounge. Staff will help recommend a bottle to pair with bo ssam pork shoulder or a charcuterie cheese board.

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Aureole

Charlie Palmer’s American-style concept Aureole, located in Mandalay Bay, has a four-story, glass wine tower with 2,700 distinct labels and 12,000 bottles in inventory, and “wine angels” to retrieve and serve your selection. Try the white truffle risotto or the chef’s tasting menu, with wine pairings available.

[Photo]

Double Helix Wine and Whiskey Lounge

Double Helix is a popular watering hole that first opened in the Palazzo in 2007 but now has one location in Town Square. The wine list features 40-plus new arrivals and favorites, and it hosts a “hidden gem” night on Mondays, where patrons can sample limited-run wines. Or, try the happy hour from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m every day except Sunday, and order the carnitas tacos or nachos, and the piggy back sliders.

[Photo]

Vegas Valley Winery

This industrial hangout, located in the Henderson Booze District and touted as the first winery in the greater Las Vegas Valley, is filled with dozens of wooden barrels of its own, small-run creations. Visit the tasting room and sip a flight or glass of Vegas Valley wines, and enjoy the specials on Wednesday (glasses), Thursday (hard cider), and Sunday (bottles). Nibble on small charcuterie plates or pizza with your selection.

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