Best Restaurants with a View

There’s nothing quite like Las Vegas’ views—glittering lights, neon signs, the Bellagio Fountains, the replica Eiffel Tower…oh, and the people-watching, of course. Pretty much everything you do in Vegas comes with an incredible backdrop. And that includes some of Sin City’s best dining experiences. Take a peek at our favorite Las Vegas restaurants with views, and don’t forget to take plenty of selfies over dinner.


Lago at Bellagio
Named for its views overlooking Bellagio’s lake and fountains, this chic restaurant features Italian small plates that are perfect for sharing. Choose from focaccia, pizzettes, meat, seafood, and pasta dishes, all plated so you can try a little bit of everything. While the dining room has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, we suggest calling ahead of time to reserve a seat on the patio, so you can both see the fountain display and hear the music.


Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas
As the world’s largest true replica of the Eiffel Tower, Las Vegas’ Eiffel Tower is home to a restaurant that features 11th story views of Las Vegas. While you dine on modern French cuisine from chef J. Joho, you can take in stunning views of the lights of the Las Vegas Strip and the Bellagio Fountains, just across the street. The tables by the window are ideal, but if they’re already booked, don’t worry—there’s not a bad seat in the house.


Top of the World at Stratosphere Las Vegas
The higher you go, the better the views, so where else would you want to eat dinner than atop the tallest building west of the Mississippi? The aptly named Top of the World restaurant rotates 360 degrees every 80 minutes, ensuring that over the course of your meal, you can take in every single vista through angled floor-to-ceiling windows. Afraid of heights? There are plenty of non-window-side tables, too. The views aren’t the only reason people rave about this restaurant. Top of the World’s food is top-notch and their four-course tasting menu is perfect for a special occasion.


Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas
If you’re someone who prefers to keep their feet on the ground, check out Mon Ami Gabi. The outdoor patio of this French bistro is the primo place for people-watching on the Strip. While you treat yourself to casually chic French and American favorites, order a glass of French wine and watch the revelers go by. If you time it right, you’ll also get to watch the Bellagio Fountains do their thing.

Giada at The Cromwell Las Vegas
On a warm day, there’s nothing better than sitting near the giant, retractable windows at celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis’ restaurant. While you take in views of the Strip and the Bellagio Fountains, treat yourself to classic Italian fare with a bit of California flair. You’ll also want to leave your perch at least once to visit the antipasto station.


Top of Binion’s Steakhouse
The Las Vegas Strip doesn’t have a monopoly on awesome views. If your vacation plans take you downtown, don’t miss the chance to check out the old-school Vegas vibes and cool downtown views from the Top of Binion’s Steakhouse. Located on the 24th floor, this restaurant offers vintage décor, mouth-watering aged steaks, downtown views, and maybe even a front-row seat to the sun setting over the desert mountains, if you’re lucky.



VooDoo Steak at Rio Las Vegas
Come for the views (and the steaks), stay for the nightlife. VooDoo steak is located on the 50th floor of the Rio, meaning it offers awesome views of the Strip and the city. This restaurant is known for its dry-aged Prime steak, Wagyu beef, lobster bisque, and a signature cocktail called the Witch Doctor. You’ve gotta see it to believe it, but it’s a fish bowl-type glass filled with five kinds of rum, fruit juice, and dry ice. Spooky, right? If all that rum makes you feel like dancing, you’re in luck. Your dinner includes free entry to VooDoo nightclub, just one floor above the restaurant and with the same incredible views.



Lakeside at Wynn Las Vegas
Enjoy ocean-to-table seafood, Prime aged steaks, and shellfish, all prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients. The restaurant is nestled up next to Wynn’s gorgeous Lake of Dreams, which boasts a 40-foot waterfall, faux mountain, serene waters, and nightly show that features holographic displays, puppetry, and over 4,000 lights. Grab a seat on the restaurant’s patio for the best views.


Twist at Waldorf Astoria
The views at Twist are unmatched, both inside the restaurant and through the floor-to-ceiling glass. Indoors, the décor includes more than 300 glass globes that look like they’re floating across the ceiling, plus a super chic glass-enclosed wine loft. Through the windows, you’ll enjoy 23rd-floor views of the Las Vegas Strip while you sample French fare from acclaimed chef Pierre Gagnaire.

Le Cirque at Bellagio
There are restaurants up and down Las Vegas Boulevard that offer great views of the Strip’s sparkling lights, but how many of them can offer as great a view inside? Le Cirque inside Bellagio does. That’s not all this beautifully designed restaurant offers though. Every dish that’s placed on your table is a work of art. Everything you order will taste divine it’ll make you question the flavors of your past. And while you’re enjoying the meal of a lifetime, peak out the window and gaze at one of the best views the spectacular Bellagio Fountains has to offer. Le Cirque sets the bar high, and life as you know it probably won’t be the same. If you think we’re being dramatic, try it for yourself. We’ll bet you a dinner at Le Cirque, because we know we’re not wrong.