When it’s business you need to conduct, you need the proper setting. That’s where the power lunch venues across the valley come in handy. You could go to one of the chain restaurants such as Capital Grille at Fashion Show mall, Smith & Wollensky on the Strip or Morton’s off the Strip. Or try one of these top five power lunch settings that add a new flair to your business.
True, when you walk into Veranda at the Four Seasons you feel like you’re on a vacation away from the ordinary. But don’t be fooled. This is one of those power lunch spots where big shots get business done. This American-Italian eatery is quiet enough to hold a conversation while being swanky enough to say you mean business. You can sit indoors as well as outdoors.
Tucked away at Wynn Las Vegas sits the Tower Suites Cafe, a modern French-influenced American cuisine destination. It has the feel of a private dining room overlooking the pools. The fact that it’s not so well-known makes it an ideal spot to conduct business.
The original celebrity chef restaurant certainly earns a spot on this list. Wolfgang Puck’s Spago at the Forum Shops at Caesars is a scene favored by celebrities and shoppers alike. Executive Chef Eric Klein’s menu features seasonal American cuisine with Puck’s touch.
Forum Shops at Caesars
4 Estiatorio Milos
Restaurant critics are drooling over the Greek seafood fare at Estiatorio Milos, making it one of the top picks in Vegas. For lunch, you can order up the prix-fixe menu for $20.14 with appetizers, entrees and desserts. You can even take lunch out on the terrace.
5 Todd English’s Olives
We like the idea of hammering out a business deal while looking out at Lake Como at the Bellagio. That’s where Todd English’s Olives comes in. The Mediterranean cuisine sets the tone for the business at hand.