The Five Best Dining Options at Venetian Resort, Las Vegas
Take a stroll through the Venetian Las Vegas and you quickly realize MGM made all the right decisions when it came to opulence and luxury. Quality food options is the rule at the Venetian Las Vegas. When choosing a Las Vegas hotel, you can’t overestimate the importance of having good, quality food choices right beside the elevators leading to your room.
Here are the Five Best Dining Options at Venetian Las Vegas.
I tell everyone to eatl at Enoteca San Marco because they sell the perfect meal: a glass of Italian wine, a plate of rigatoni, a side of Brussels sprouts and way too much bread. Snag a seat on the patio to take in all of Las Vegas. Watch the tourists rubberneck at St. Mark’s Square and evesdrop on the gondoliers singing romantic tunes.
Simply the best place to have breakfast in Las Vegas. What you get is a classy restaurant where attention to detail is so precise you’ll be as fascinated with the execution as the food’s taste. Go simple: two eggs, potatoes, toasted brioche and country bacon, maybe a chocolate croissant with your coffee . I guarantee you’ll leave thinking about breakfast tomorrow.
Delmonico’s Steakhouse is Easily one of the best steakhouses on the Las Vegas Strip, Chef Emeril Lagasse does steak with New Orleans flair. Order the rib eye– Oscar style, of course, with the crab meat and grilled asparagus. While you are it, get yourself some spinach, too.
Originally a creation of Dallas chef Stephan Pyles but now owned by others, Taqueria Canonita overlooks the canal. It’s a little spooky to sip Mexican beers and snack on tacos al pastor while listening to a gondolier sing romantic Italian love songs. I know it sounds weird, but I enjoy the clashing of the cultures.
Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio was once my favorite Vegas haunts for a good burger long before it was cool to eat a burger in Las Vegas burger. I’m eating fewer burgers, but now I love Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio for their killer pizzas. And their steak sandwich with grilled onions may be even better.
Zeke Quezada is the Las Vegas Editor for EscapeHatchDallas and Guide to Las Vegas for About.com. Of course, since he’s a media star, he rarely pays for anything in Vegas. If it’s on the Las Vegas strip, Zeke has swam, slept, eaten, drank or lounged there.