Set the Mood With These Five Romantic Las Vegas Restaurants

Food — By thmeeks on December 16, 2011 at 12:11 am

Looking for a romantic restaurant in Las Vegas? Deciding where to make reservations will take some thought. Vegas is filled with romantic dining options. What kind of cuisine do you both enjoy? Whether it’s French food or steak, you’ll find a Vegas restaurant that serves your favorite food. You’ll also find plenty of romantic ambiance: great views, intimate dining rooms, and excellent service. Still having a hard time deciding? Consider these five romantic Vegas restaurants:

Twist at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

Twist at the Mandarin Oriental. Located on 23rd floor of the luxurious Mandarin Oriental, Twist is the creation of Pierre Gagnaire, and it’s his only restaurant in the U.S. A great view of the Strip, an elegant setting, and unconventional French food equal pure romance.

Aureole at Mandalay Bay. Chef Charlie Palmer’s food is often described as “progressive American,” and the enchanting setting at Aureole includes wine angels and swans.

The Barrymore at the Royal Resort. The Barrymore is gaining a reputation as one of Las Vegas’s best-kept secrets. A vintage ambiance that combines Old Vegas and Old Hollywood will make you feel like a movie star.

Michael Mina at Bellagio. Just off the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Michael Mina’s distinctive American cuisine will leave you savoring each bite. A sleek décor sets a sophisticated mood.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas. How can the top of a half-sized Eiffel Tower not be romantic?  If you’re not going to Paris, this restaurant, with its views of the Bellagio Fountains and its classic French food, may be a good alternative.


Photo courtesy of Twist at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

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