By Vegas Food Nerd

I’ve often said that my favorite thing about living here in Las Vegas is the food. We are the culinary epicenter of some of the world’s best edible experiences. I thought for this holiday issue it might be fun to share some food nerd tips on some gift-worthy adventures that you could share with someone who likes to eat as much as I do, and if I were to be gifted any of them, I would be very impressed and satiated at the same time.

Bon Appetit Grand Tasting

When we first moved here from the Midwest I started a jar to save for the one Vegas foodie gathering that I had long yearned to attend as a young suburban Detroit girl. It was The Grand Tasting by Bon Appetit Magazine. As fate would have it, I am invited to the tasting as a member of the press each year. It takes place at the pool in Caesars Palace, and the top chefs are there standing by a table of food their staff has prepared, encouraging you to eat, taste and yes, get a photo with them. I was downright star-struck and loved trying the different bites each chef prepared.

Krug Table at Guy Savoy

For $500 a person you can sit at the Chef Table inside of Guy Savoy. You get an up close and personal view of the kitchen, a 10-course menu, and two glasses of Krug Cuvee champagne. It’s one of the most exclusive ways to dine in Las Vegas. Choose what night you want to attend with a minimum of two and maximum of six and prepare to be amazed.

E By Jose Andres

Open from Tuesday through Sunday each week, E by Jose Andres is a restaurant inside of Jaleo located in The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino. There are only two seatings each night: one at 5:30 p.m. and one at 8:30 p.m. The 21-course tasting menu takes two hours to consume and is a seasonally focused delight to the palate. The chefs are right there to answer any questions and guide you through the experience. You can reserve up to three months ahead, and when you do, they will send you a golden ticket in the mail that you bring to enter this dream of a dining experience. Be sure to check any calorie counting at the door.

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire

Seven courses and seven different wines for $777. Sounds like a lavish price tag, well it is, but the menu which is continually changing due to the seasons is a decadent dream for any foodie on your list. Sure, there are many other more affordable ways to eat in our city, but views like the ones you get at Twist are sure to score you points at the end of your date.

Le Cirque

This is one of the first fine dining outposts to start dotting Las Vegas. Brought to us by the now infamous Elizabeth Blau, Le Cirque is a posh dining choice to share with someone special. Their 10-course tasting menu is priced at $350, but I can tell you from experience if you are looking to be treated like an A-list celebrity then this is the restaurant to take a special someone. You can even call ahead and tell them if you are celebrating something special, or just give them your name and tell them to treat you like a regular. Become the Norm of the fine dining world. Your date will be impressed, and please wear a jacket— it’s sexy.

Joel Robuchon

Joel Robuchon is the highest ranked chef in the world and has been awarded over 30 Michelin stars, and his restaurant at MGM Grand Resort is the only three-star Michelin rated dining destination in Las Vegas. Your bill at the end of the evening is going to hit you for over $1,000 for the night, but 18 courses of mind-numbingly artistic and tongue titillating flavor might just keep you from having buyer’s remorse. It’s an intimate experience that every lover of food should get to experience. You might not always know what you are eating with their exotic presentation of ingredients, but you will always be glad that you popped that bite into your mouth.


Located inside of Mandalay Bay, Aureole by chef Charlie Palmer is a dining experience that is like none other in town. Make a point of ordering a bottle of wine. The Wine Angels at the restaurant will fly up a multi-floor wine tower, clad in Roberto Cavalli-designed sexy costumes to retrieve your selection. It’s like a naughty Tinker Bell getting you some fairy dust to complement their award-winning menu. I had a veal chop there once that changed my life. Well not entirely, but it made my decision to move to Las Vegas that much easier.


This is a family run Italian restaurant located just across from The Hard Rock Hotel, and it’s a genuinely authentic take on that. Most nights when you visit one of the family is either seating you, and/or cooking your food. Osso Bucco? Yes, yes, yes, and their Italian take on a wedge salad will have you craving a repeat visit to this warm off-the-strip destination.

Sparrow and Wolf

Detroit bred chef Brian Howard has been making a new name for himself since leaving his position at The Cosmopolitan. Sparrow and Wolf is his passion project, and it shows. He is creating a new form of American cuisine combining old-world cooking techniques like open fire cooking with modern techniques. The plates are meant to be shared and will be rotated based on seasonality, and the chef’s preferences. It has the foodie world in Vegas whispering with delight.

Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House

Emeril is one of the first “celebrity” chefs to infiltrate Vegas, and he is still one of my favorites. It’s not the priciest menu in town, isn’t that a relief? But it doesn’t disappoint. I’ve visited on several occasions, and it’s always a happy place to take a friend. Get the gumbo, trust me. They always offer tempting, and wallet-friendly happy hour specials. Pay homage to the guy who helped to revolutionize Las Vegas out of 99 cent shrimp cocktails to the gourmet outpost it is now. Thanks, Emeril. Bam! Look what you helped to create.

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