The Most Expensive Restaurants In Las Vegas

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Las Vegas has always been the place to eat and most recently the place to brunch. The city is after all known for its world renowned chefs and hospitality, so when you’re looking for a couple or all of Mechlin stars, Las Vegas is the place to visit. The most expensive restaurants in Las Vegas are:

É BY JOSÉ ANDRÉS

Spanish avant-garde dishes can be found in the private room next to Jaleo’s bar and grill in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ Boulevard Tower on the third floor. You will be sat down at Jaleo until all other eight guests arrive. Table only sits 9. It’s perhaps the most exclusive on the list. To make reservations, you have to do them at 10 am PST on the first day of every month and online only. Including buying a ticket. The golden ticket you’ll receive. Literally, it’s a golden ticket. “Reservations are released for the following two months.” You have to arrive 15 minutes before being sat down to choose your beverage preference prior to dining. The dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. sharp and 8:30 p.m. $250 per person + supplements

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LE CIRQUE

Translation for The Circus, serves French cuisine Tuesday through Sunday from 5PM to 10PM. It is a AAA 5 Diamonds, Forbes 5 Stars, and Michelin Star Restaurant. Prix fixe are as low as $72 and as expensive as $350.

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LAKESIDE

Mouthwatering fresh seafood and steaks, are Lakeside’s specialty. It’s approach is ocean-to-table exotic fresh fish caught from Hawaiian waters with oven roasted lobster, crab, and aged stakes available. Lakeside is a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Award-winning restaurant with a matching winning view of the Lake of Dreams. Most expensive plate is $95. lakeside restaurant wynn haute living tita carra


YUI EDOMAE SUSHI

The most expensive sushi you’ll probably have and it’s nowhere near the luxurious Las Vegas strip. It’s inside the most humble looking little restaurant at 3460 Arville St HS, Las Vegas, NV 89102. The dinner menu has two choices: Gen’s Selection at $160 or Omakase at $120. If you want to eat here, ensure you make a reservation. Open at 6PM and taking last seating at 10:30 p.m.

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PICASSO

French and Spanish inspired cuisine inspired by Picasso and its award winning chef Julian Serrano background. Both are Spanish. Picasso worked in France, Serrano a French chef. Its breathtaking and glamorous views of the Bellagio fountains is exactly how fine dining ought to be. Picasso has received the following awards: AAA 5 Diamonds, Wine Spectator Grand Award Best Wine List, James Beard Foundation Outstanding Restaurant, 2009 Guide Michelin 2 Star, and Forbes Travel Guide 5 Star. Available for dinner Monday, Wednesday, and Sunday 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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