18 "Date Night" restaurants in Las Vegas.
This beautiful, very red Chinese restaurant in The Wynn is actually casual and comfortable so it works before a show or late night.
An old-school spot right off the Strip, Osaka Bistro serves Japanese small plates and sushi, and has a great late-night menu.
Sara’s is a 45-seat secret supper club inside Mabel’s in the Palms, and they’re serving a meat-heavy menu and a great smoked prime rib.
Kabuto is a small, high-end sushi restaurant in Chinatown with three omakase options that’s perfect for a one-on-one dinner.
Spago has one of the best views of the Bellagio fountains, so sit outside and eat some great - but pricey - Spanish-style appetizers and pasta.
Lamaii is one of our new favorite places to eat spicy Thai food, especially since the Chinatown spot looks like a chandelier store.
Old Soul downtown is a comfortable restaurant serving twists on American classics and whiskey flights.
Nobu might have locations all around the world, but the one in Caesar’s Palace is a consistently great upscale option for a celebratory night.
Cut is a steakhouse in the Palazzo that’s very upscale, with things like tableside Old Fashioneds and Japanese wagyu beef.
Shark, right next to Kaos in the Palms, is a great place for dinner before a night out, with a mostly-seafood menu with some twists.
Hatsumi is a Japanese restaurant downtown with a long bar and a few booths where you’ll eat skewers and interesting small plates.
Mike Morey’s Sip N Tip is a great, somewhat hidden beer bar downtown for a more casual nightcap.
Golden Tiki in Chinatown might look a bit kitschy, but it’s a way nicer tiki bar than you’ve ever been to - head here with friends.
Ghost Donkey is a hidden speakeasy in the Block 16 Food Hall with a massive mezcal selection.
The Roman-style pizzas at Pizzeria Monzu in Spring Valley are some of the best, and the space is casual enough to go for a low-key night.