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Las Vegas is one of the best dining destinations in the world, thanks to the talented chefs from around the globe who have opened restaurants here. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Wynn Tower Suites has just one onsite restaurant, the American fine dining restaurant called Tableau. That’s the place where Tower Suites guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast or lunch daily.
While Tableau is the only restaurant inside the Tower Suites, the rest of the Wynn Las Vegas property offers an array of fine and casual dining options nearby. Fine dining restaurants include: Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare, featuring chef Paul Bartolotta’s regional Italian seafood; SW Steakhouse, where you can dine on fine aged steaks while gazing at Wynn’s Lake of Dreams; Lakeside, which features chef David Walzog’s take on American seafood; and Wing Lei, which is Wynn’s high-end Chinese restaurant.
Since you don’t always want to get dressed up to dine, Wynn also features several spots serving casual fare. You’ll find Drugstore Café, which serves coffee, pastries and sandwiches that are perfect if you’re on the go; Sugar & Ice, which offers a large selection of gelatos, sorbets and other sweets; and Red 8, where you’ll find casually authentic Asian fare such as roasted duck, Singaporean laksa and dim sum all day. Zoozacrackers Deli offers hearty and comforting sandwiches, including a Reuben with housemade pastrami; Allegro is a trattoria-style Italian restaurant with hearth-baked pizzas and pastas perfect to have with a glass of wine; and Terrace Pointe Café is a prime spot to sit outdoors and watch the action at the pool while enjoying its all-American menu.
Wynn Tower Suites offers a variety of fine-dining and casual restaurants.
Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare. Award-winning chef Paul Bartolotta celebrates the traditions of Italian cuisine at his signature restaurant that has fresh seafood flown in daily. Dinner is served nightly and dress is casually elegant.
The Country Club. Located on the resort’s exclusive 18-hole golf course designed by Tom Fazio and Steve Wynn, chef Carlos Guia’s restaurant presents a traditional country club atmosphere ideal for lunch. Enjoy the tastes of a classic American steakhouse for dinner.
La Cave. Restaurant impresario Michael Morton teams with Steve Wynn to create La Cave, an intimate, stylish wine and food hideaway. With its low-slung ceilings and cozy nooks, La Cave is the ideal retreat for hot and cold small plates, oven-fired flatbreads, charcuterie and modern specialties that are perfect for sharing and wine pairing. In addition to the innovative wine program, La Cave features an extensive selection of hand-crafted beers and fine spirits, making this the ultimate spot for lunch, dinner and late-night revelry.
Lakeside. David Walzog turns classic American cuisine on its side with his modern interpretations of seafood, meat and poultry dishes that are simply (and deliciously) prepared using one of five techniques — grilling, braising, poaching, oven-roasting or char-broiling. Surrounded by pine-topped mountains and sweeping views of the Lake of Dreams, this sensory experience is about fabulous food, spirited celebration and good times. Dinner is served nightly.
Mizumi. Chef Devin Hashimoto’s authentic teppanyaki and robata cooking, modern Japanese creations and sushi hold their own in any language. Dress is casually elegant, and dinner is served nightly.
Allegro. This is the ideal spot for guests to enjoy an evening of rustic Italian-American cuisine in a welcoming, stylish and fun setting. Allegro serves lunch, dinner and late-night bites.
SW Steakhouse. Award-winning chef David Walzog presents his unique interpretation of the classic American steakhouse along the Lake of Dreams. Dress is casually elegant, and dinner is served nightly.
Tableau. Impeccably prepared American cuisine graces the menu at Tableau. The restaurant serves breakfast, brunch and lunch, and reservations are recommended.
Wing Lei. A decadent twist on early French-influenced Shanghai, the dramatic décor here is as unique as the sumptuous cuisine — a masterful mix of Cantonese, Shanghai and Szechwan cooking styles brought to life by executive chef Ming Yu. Dress is casually elegant, and dinner is served nightly.
The Buffet. Sixteen live-action exhibition cooking stations and a sumptuous array of extraordinary dishes make this ultimate all-you-can-eat experience one that will redefine your notion of buffet dining. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served here, and there is a champagne brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Dress is casual.
The Café at the Drugstore. Find a wide array of espresso and coffee drinks here, as well as classic breakfast pastries, pick-me-up desserts, savory sandwiches and salads. Dress is casual.
Red 8. Experience the excitement and bold flavors of Southeast Asian cuisine. Chef Larry Wong’s restaurant serves authentic tastes from Cantonese noodle dishes to Hong Kong-style dim sum and barbecue in a casual setting. Red 8 serves lunch, dinner and dim sum.
Terrace Pointe Café. This sunny and spacious all-day dining café offers a wide variety of coast-to-coast American favorites and terraced seating overlooking the pools and gardens. Dress is casual.
Zoozacrackers. This is the best self-serve New York-style deli this side of the Hudson River. Zoozacrackers was named with a warm smile in honor of Charlie Meyerson, a longtime friend of Steve Wynn. Dress is casual, and you can get lunch, dinner and light bites here.
Sugar & Ice. This over-the-top sweet shop tempts guests with a delectable array of gelatos and sorbets, as well as artisanal chocolates, freshly baked breakfast pastries, panini sandwiches, salads and adult shakes. Dine indoors or out beneath a cascading waterfall.