5 of the Most Coveted Tables Inside Las Vegas’ Restaurants

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Las Vegas may be known for its nightclubs and casinos, but experienced foodies are well aware that the city also serves up some unique and delectable treats for their tastebuds. If your clients want to experience the best of what is available in Sin City, these are some of the most coveted tables that Las Vegas restaurants have to offer.

5. Libertine Social

With a name like Libertine Social, it comes at no surprise that the most sought after table at this restaurant has an inherently social aspect to it. Created by James Beard Award-winning chef Shawn McClain, Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay allows guests to take an exclusive look at the inner-workings of the kitchen with a seat at the chef’s counter. Here, guests can interact with chefs as their meals are prepared. Diners at Libertine Social can expect to nosh on American gastropub fare from McClain and cocktails by mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim.

For more information, visit mandalaybay.com.

4. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon

At L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, every table in the restaurant gives diners a front row seat peeking into the open kitchen, which sits at the center of the dining room. The contemporary concept created by the late Joel Robuchon—a man once dubbed France’s “Chef of the century”—can be found at the MGM Grand. Those who opt for a seat at the counter can indulge in an even more immersive experience as they interact with the chefs and get an up close look at how they prepare the restaurant’s variety of French dishes.

For more information, visit mgmgrand.com.

3. Rivea

After finding success in Saint-Tropez and London, Rivea made its Las Vegas debut offering guests the chance to dine with a view. Located on the 64th floor of the Delano Las Vegas, Rivea overlooks the Las Vegas Strip. While every seat in the house offers this view, guests can request a seat in the outdoor patio to get a nearly unobstructed vantage point perfect for admiring the city and its mountains on the horizon. Rivea serves up French and Italian-influenced cuisine from chef Alain Ducasse in a laid back atmosphere.

For more information, visit delanolasvegas.com.

2. Carbone

For a meal that will take your clients back in time to the glamour and showmanship of the mid-20th century, send them to The Red Room inside Carbone, which is located at the ARIA Resort & Casino. The Red Room features ruby red banquettes tucked into the art deco walls and the menu pays homage to the Italian-American restaurants of the same era with offerings that include elevated versions of timeless Italian classics and dishes infused with a bit of inspiration from New York. Diners in The Red Room can also expect to be entertained with tableside service.

For more information, visit aria.com.

1. Spago

A trip to Las Vegas is incomplete without watching the iconic water fountain show at the Bellagio, but now visitors can get even closer to all the action with a meal at Wolfgang Puck’s new flagship restaurant, Spago. Located on an al fresco patio overlooking the Fountains of Bellagio, diners can munch on handmade pastas, wood-oven pizzas, fresh seafood, all-natural meats and prime steaks, alongside handcrafted cocktails and a robust wine list. To complete the meal, the dessert menu features an array of seasonal offerings.

For more information, visit bellagio.com.