The Infatuation: Where To Eat And Drink In Las Vegas
Las Vegas has long been known as a city of forgotten nights, lost dreams, and washed-up star residencies – but only recently has it become more of a food destination. And between planning hotel room blocks and coordinating flights, you don’t have time to research which restaurants will actually be worth your casino winnings. That’s why we’re here.
We have you covered with everything from where to have a blow-out steak dinner to where to recover and escape the craziness for a couple of hours. That way you can focus on your Google alert for the Celine Dion tickets you’ve not-so-secretly wanted for years.
JINYA RAMEN BAR
If you’re going to eat one bowl of ramen in this city, it should be at Jinya. Unfortunately, that fact isn’t much of a secret – so you’ll usually have to wait. You could go during the day when it’s less crowded, but the full experience only happens on weekend nights. There’s a sort of camaraderie that develops between a room full of people willing to wait for a perfect bowl of soup – though apparently sharing an interest in Harry Potter and recreational disc golf doesn’t mean you should lean over and try a bite from their bowl. You have to draw the line somewhere.