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Fun Restaurants in Las Vegas
Restaurants in Las Vegas run the gamut, from ostentatious venues with vehicles crashing through their walls to more genteel eateries with silver serving carts and kid-friendly theme restaurants with a jungle setting. If you're eating at a celebrity-owned restaurant, you might even see the star pop in.
Getting married in Vegas is popular, and you can do that before or after your meal at the nearby Chopper Chapel, a wedding venue that also embraces a Harley-Davidson theme. Tie the knot there, then pop over to have your celebratory feast at the Harley-Davidson cafe to keep the theme going.
Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill
Theme restaurants in Las Vegas cover just about every taste, including a love for country music. Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill is aimed squarely at fans of the country star. The bar and grill is located inside of Harrah's Casino and Hotel, and it serves as a Las Vegas entertainment venue for musical performances. The dining room serves a mix of standard bar food and Southern-style comfort food. The stage is in the lounge and bar area, along with a dance floor and recording studio. You'll hear Toby Keith's music and see his videos, and if you're lucky, he might put in one of his surprise appearances. The restaurant is also a spot for shopping in Las Vegas, since it has its own souvenir store.
Lawry's The Prime Rib
Lawry's The Prime Rib is a restaurant with a more subtle theme, unlike most restaurants that are as flamboyant as other Las Vegas spectacles. As the name implies, this restaurant specializes in prime rib, although you can get other items like seafood or a vegetarian option.
The food service is a multi-course performance, from the spinning salad tossed at your table and artfully spun while the dressing is added to the big silver prime rib cart that rolls up to your table so a carver can slice your order just the way you like it. You get a whipped cream horseradish sauce on the side that is nearly as delicious as the prime rib itself. Lawry's The Prime Rib as a dazzling array of desserts, but the most unique is a bag made from chocolate and stuffed with mousse and berries.
Top of the World Restaurant
Head to this high-rise dining venue for the meal experieince of your trip! This restaurant rests atop the Stratosphere, letting its patrons take in breathtaking views of the sparkling strip from over 800 feet above the city, while enjoying soem of Las Vegas' finest traditional American cuisine.