Las Vegas is a hub for fine dining and brings cuisines and talented chefs from all over the world. Whether you’re visiting just to try the new cuisines or are looking for something to eat before going out, don’t miss some of these Downtown Las Vegas restaurants on your next trip out to Sin City.
Enjoy a classically delicious brunch when you visit one of the original Downtown hotspots. At Chef Natalie Young’s Eat., you can recover from a night out on the town and start the day off on the right foot with breakfast and brunch options that will make your mouth water with just a glance at the menu. Some favorites are the Truffled Egg Sandwich and the Cinnamon Biscuits with powdered sugar and warm strawberry compote, just to name a few.
Another casual spot serving anything but casual flavors is Cheffini’s Hot Dogs. Located in Downtown Container Park, in an open-air shopping center no more than a short walk away from Golden Gate Hotel & Casino, this local eatery takes one of the most classic foods, a hotdog, and puts a delightful gourmet spin on it. Take a break from your shopping spree and enjoy adventurous toppings like chorizo and crushed potato chips on a gourmet dog.
If you’re in search of the best Downtown Las Vegas restaurants, find this unique eatery on the one and only Fremont Street. Eureka! takes our old favorites like deviled eggs and macaroni and cheese, flips them on their head, and somehow makes them even better. Enjoy your cheesy childhood favorite turned into Mac N’ Cheese Balls, paired with beer cheese sauce and Fresno chiles. They also have tons of great burgers, salads, and beers to top it off.
Another one of the best restaurants in Downtown Las Vegas is Le Thai. Serving decadent curries, noodles, and their fresh signature “waterfall sauce,” there is a reason this authentic Thai spot has been a consistent favorite for Downtown Vegas locals and visitors alike. Visit their famous beer garden on the weekends and enjoy traditional Thai recipes inspired by Chef Dan Coughlin’s Thailand-born mother and grandmother.
Opened by the same owner of Le Thai, Chef Dan Coughlin has done it again. Bocho Downtown Sushi is not just another sushi restaurant. They offer only the freshest Japanese cuisine and you won’t be disappointed if you stop into this hot sushi spot before going out.
Flock & Fowl opened in 2015 and only features foods that are natural, pure, and fresh. Located at The Ogden, Flock & Fowl is even vegetarian-friendly. Meat or not, every dish is sure to be delicious.
As you can probably guess by the name, Vegenation serves 100% plant-based foods. Even their meats, cheeses and ice cream are made from plants. Hey, no one said tasty had to mean bad for you. If you’re searching for where to eat in Downtown Las Vegas, look no further than this healthy and delicious little joint that will leave you and your taste buds feeling great. VegeNation even features some of their very own signature cocktails made with local ingredients.
Attribute: Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar
Downtown Terrace Kitchen and Bar features a delicious brunch with bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys and Bellinis on the weekends. But “bottomless” doesn’t just have to be on the weekends! On Sunday through Thursday, their idea of “Happy Hour” goes from 5pm until close and includes bottomless wine. It doesn’t get much better than that.
After checking out all of these amazing Downtown Vegas restaurants, you’ll be a certified Las Vegas foodie in no time. Book your stay at the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas today to experience a taste bud journey like no other.