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The name of this up­scale ho­tel-casino in North Las Ve­gas isn’t al­ways on peo­ple’s lips when it comes to great cui­sine, but it should be. One of our fa­vorite ap­pe­tiz­ers in town is Bistro 57’s beet salad. Aliante, (702) 692-7777


A cel­e­bra­tion of great food, great drinks and even greater company, Crush gath­ers to­gether the best tastes from across the globe and presents them in a restau­rant that’s con­ducive to din­ing with those clos­est to you. Don’t leave with­out pow­er­ing through the cock­tail list. MGM Grand, (702) 891-3222


Helmed by Miche­lin­starred chef Ho Chee Boon, the art of Chi­nese cui­sine is taken so high up the lad­der, we’re spoiled to try it any­where else. The cre­ations look too good to eat, but you’d be re­miss if you didn’t. MGM Grand, (702) 891-7888


Another culi­nary pow­er­house cour­tesy of chef Brian Massie, this restau­rant rein­ter­prets the steak­house with grand re­sults. Fun and fla­vor­ful starters in­clude Massie’s Ahi Tuna Tartare and Wa­ter­melon Kale Salad. Mirage, (702) 693- 8300


This de­li­cious des­ti­na­tion fea­tures the var­i­ous cuisines of Asia in a glam­orous bistro set­ting. The Dragon Slid­ers (at right), are stuffed with glazed bar­be­cued pork and white kim­chi and topped with crushed peanuts. The bun is em­bla­zoned with the restau­rant’s sig­na­ture dragon mo­tif. En­core, (702) 770-3463

Hearth­stone’s Raw Cap­tion 7 pt, Veg­etable Myr­iad Pro Cru­dité Semi-

Hakkasan’s Crispy Duck


Bistro 57’s Beet Salad

Wazuzu’s Dragon Slid­ers

Myr­iad Pro Semi-bold Semi- ex­tended Cap­tion.

Crush’s Nutella Caramel dessert

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