Eating out in Las Vegas is almost never a problem, unless you're the kind that hates crowds. Honestly there's nowhere else in the world where you'd find so much food just within one city!
We hit home first with the American Cuisine. Fans of steak, head for Delmoncio Steakhouse located in the Venetian Hotel and Resort. Chef Emeril Lagasse whips up hearty steak meals as you sit in elegance, be it lunch or dinner. Reservations are highly recommended though last minute walk-ins sometimes get lucky. Another steakhouse definitely worth trying out would be The Palm, one of the most famous in all of Las Vegas. Top notch rib-eye steaks, excellent service and great ambiance await you with quality that never ceases to amaze time and time again.
For the iconic themed American restaurants, try out ones like Hard Rock, Planet Hollywood, Harley Davidson, Rainforest and even NASCAR café. And if you have the craving for a good cheesecake, the cheesecake factory ought to do the trick for you. They do serve main courses with over 200 varied dishes to choose from and over 50 selections of cheesecake! For a different kind of cheese, head to The Melting Pot, where they serve up a selection of different cheese fondues and some yummy chocolate fondue as a desert.
In Las Vegas, you get pretty much every kind of restaurant you can think of, but there's one in particular called Alize at the top of the Palms that provides a surreal experience. Stepping out of the elevator, you feel like you're in a different part of the world altogether, with magnificent floor to ceiling views of the Nevada Mountains and the Las Vegas strip. The food served is almost like an art with world class standards and the service is fantastic. Alize's atmosphere provides you with a feeling like you're on top of the world with a personal dining experience exclusive to just your table.
If you're up for some Italian food, give Piero's Trattoria or Valentino's a try. Both offer authentic Italian menu and if you're looking for some perfect Italian bread try out Il Fornaio Cucina Italiana which serves hot crispy bread from the ovens every morning.
If you're anything like me, after trying a few restaurants I get bored, and I want a place where I can have it all – well kind of... so I head for buffets. And in Las Vegas, buffets are all around. For the cheaper ones downtown, the Golden Nugget and Main street station are well worth it with great food as well. For the more upper class buffets which are worth the buck, try Bay side Buffet at Mandalay Bay or the Buffet at the Bellagio.