17 "Dining Solo" restaurants in Las Vegas.
Pizza Rock downtown has more options for styles of pizza than we knew existed - bring a group or come for the late-night Happy Hour.
Bring a group to Q Bistro in Chinatown for reasonably priced fried chicken, and make sure to follow it up with karaoke next door.
Crown & Anchor is an English-pub-themed bar close to the Strip where you can post up at the bar and eat pub food.
Whether it’s 4am or 4pm, Roberto’s - a short drive from the Strip - is open and serving tacos, burritos, and our favorite dish, the carne asada fries.
One the best late-night spots, Starboard Tack is a quick drive from the Strip, and where you’ll find things like Thai mussels and pu-pu platters.
An old-school spot right off the Strip, Osaka Bistro serves Japanese small plates and sushi, and has a great late-night menu.
Kabuto is a small, high-end sushi restaurant in Chinatown with three omakase options that’s perfect for a one-on-one dinner.
The Bagel Cafe in Summerlin is a great spot for a group of friends to recount last night over bagels, pastries, and egg sandwiches.
Food halls aren’t new, but Block 16 in the Cosmopolitan has some of our favorite vendors from around the world, like Nashville hot chicken and donuts.
This tiny breakfast cafe in Summerlin is the place you sneak out with one other friend to, to make sure you’re there early enough to get a seat.
Hatsumi is a Japanese restaurant downtown with a long bar and a few booths where you’ll eat skewers and interesting small plates.
Libertine Social in the Mandalay Bay is where you should start your night of hotel-hopping; get a good cocktail and share a few small plates.
Ghost Donkey is a hidden speakeasy in the Block 16 Food Hall with a massive mezcal selection.
If you eat one bowl of ramen in Vegas, it should be at Jinya in Chinatown - there might be a wait but it’s worth it.
Flock and Fowl’s Hainanese chicken and rise is the best reason to go to Downtown Vegas.