Herringbone is about as close as you’ll get to a beach trip in Vegas - minus the high school-aged lifeguard getting really whistle-happy - since this restaurant in the ARIA serves some of the best seafood you’ll find in town. (Though if not everyone in your group is as into seafood, there’s also a great coffee-rubbed NY strip on the menu.) The lobster puttanesca and day-boat halibut are two dishes you should focus on, and the nightly DJ will help prepare you for the rest of your night, as will sitting at a table on the patio and pretending you can feel an ocean breeze.
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