Only in Vegas should you expect to have fresh seafood brought in daily from private planes, have views overlooking a Lake of Dreams, and get meals created by world-renowned chefs. In the list below, you’ll discover the best seafood restaurants in Las Vegas along with their signature dishes and what kind of atmosphere you should expect.

The 9 Best Seafood Restaurants in Las Vegas

Instead of spending all your time researching every single restaurant in the area and comparing them all together, I’ve hand-curated a selection of the best seafood restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip for you. 

Michael Mina – Best Overall


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Michael Mina Seafood Restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The elegance and preparation found in Michael Mina are unrivaled on the Las Vegas Strip. At this location, you aren’t limited to the seafood found in and around the Las Vegas area, instead, fresh fish is flown in daily by a private jet. Each bite of the famous charcoal-grilled hot shellfish or the ahi tuna tartare will melt in your mouth and taste like it was caught that morning.

With a recent renovation of the decor inside and an overhaul of the menu to bring it back to the fresh seafood the restaurant was known for, Michael Mina delivers on all levels. From the dish presentations to the elegant dining ware waiting at your table, the experience is unlike any other.

Reservations are highly suggested as Las Vegas visitors are filling the waiting list to have a taste of the fresh seafood served here. Although the restaurant is closed Monday and Tuesday, they open from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm Wednesday thru Sunday.

Read our complete review of Michael Mina Seafood Restaurant in the Bellagio.

Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House – Best Soul Food Seafood

MGM Grand

A screenshot of the menu highlights from Emeril's New Orleans Fish House in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

While you’ll find plenty of options on the strip for grabbing some fresh seafood, no one includes the soul food recipes of the south like Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House. Famous for his lively personality and creative cooking, Emeril Lagasse does a great job of creating recipes that bring the iconic flavors of Louisiana to Las Vegas in this restaurant.

Although the delicious creole seafood boil and okra-based gumbo put seafood front and center, you’ll also have other great choices like fried chicken, prime ribeye steak, and Japanese wagyu steak. Pair any of these unforgettable meals with one of the wines that won Wine Spectators award for Best of Excellence.

The dress code is business casual and the restaurant is only open for dinner most nights from 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm. There are, however, lunch hours available from Friday to Sunday from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm.

Read our complete review of Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House in the MGM Grand.

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips – Best for Fried Fish


A screenshot of a shrimp and chips platter from Gordon Ramsay's Fish & Chips restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Well known for his fiery personality and hit show “Hell’s Kitchen,” Gordon Ramsay’s cooking skills are just as good as his ability to entertain. In his Fish & Chips restaurant located in the Linq, you’ll be comforted with an array of fried fish options that reflect a casual eatery but with an elevated taste.

The menu is different from others where you simply choose a meal that comes pre-decided with all the sides and entrees. Instead, you’ll have three steps to follow including choosing your fried fish protein, choosing your types of fries (or chips), and then choosing the type of sauce you want.

The pub is open from 11 am to 10 pm most days except for Friday and Saturday when it closes at 11 pm. No reservations are needed, just step in and relax with some European comfort food.

Seafood Shack – Best Atmosphere

Treasure Island

A screenshot of a seafood platter entree from the Seafood Shack restaurant in the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The fun and entertaining atmosphere of the Seafood Shack is perfect for families or parties who are looking to get just as much enjoyment out of their meal as fresh seafood. The walls are lined with wooden planks to make you feel like you’re on the deck of a pirate ship, and aquamarine pillars shoot up throughout the restaurant.

The menu is what you might expect from a restaurant with shack in the name. Nachos, calamari, ceviche, mussels, and lobster can all be found here alongside surprises like seafood crepes and a clam bake. Keeping the fun is an attached mojito bar that almost mirrors the hours of the restaurant.

Reservations aren’t required but the fun atmosphere brings in a crowd so checking ahead is always recommended. You can grab a table anytime from Wednesday to Sunday from 5 pm to 10 pm. The Mojitor bar is open on the same days but from 4 pm to 11 pm.

Read our complete review of the Seafood Shack Restaurant in Treasure Island.

estiatorio Milos – Best Mediterranean Seafood


A screenshot of menu highlights from estiatorio Milos Seafood and Greek restaurant in the Venetian Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The bright and inviting estiatorio Milos restaurant in the Venetian is a true reflection of the beautiful shores of Greece. The large pottery and baskets that decorate the inside combined with the white marble and blue accents make estiatorio feel like you’ve been transported to the Mediterranean Sea.

The seafood menu is one of a kind and is filled with Greek seafood classics like fried calamari, octopus, tomato salad, and lamb chops. All the fish served is sourced directly from the boats of local fishermen and you’ll get traditional recipes like the Afrala which is harvested by hand on a Greek island.

The atmosphere is more upscale than a casual eatery but there is no specific dress code required. Be sure to make reservations for a table any day of the week from 11:45 am to 11:00 pm.

Read our complete review of estiatorio Milos Restaurant in the Venetian.

Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill – Most Variety


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill in the Venetian Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

What makes Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill stand out from other seafood options is the variety of cooking methods used to prepare their dishes. You’ll get access to a raw bar with fresh seafood, an open fire grill where you can taste the wood used, and a traditional kitchen where they prepare your meals in pans over a stovetop.

The raw bar has instant classics like shrimp ceviche, poke bowls, and shrimp cocktails. On the open grill, you’ll get unique dishes like a duck and waffle and salmon skewer a la plancha. You’ll also have plenty of options to pair your meal with a signature cocktail, beer, or wine from the drink menu.

The Sugarcane is one of the few seafood restaurants on this list that is open during the morning hours. While the hours change depending on the day, they are generally open from around 8 am to 11 pm.

Read our complete review of Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill in the Venetian.

Lakeside – Best View


A screenshot of the dining area and menu highlights from Lakeside Seafood Restaurant in the Wynn Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

You won’t find a seafood restaurant on the Las Vegas strip that has invested as much time and effort in creating a one-of-a-kind eating experience as Lakeside. Scenically located right next to Wynn’s Lake of Dreams, the restaurant offers patio seating from its two-story building that overlooks the small body of water. It’s a romantic atmosphere for couples and a scenery-filled experience for larger parties.

You’ll dine on line-caught sustainable fish and huge lobsters collected from international waters when eating at Lakeside. Caviar, mahi mahi, branzino, marine lobsters, and steaks fill up the fine-dining restaurant.

The dress code is resort elegant so you won’t be admitted wearing flip-flops and you’ll need to make a reservation before showing up. Lakeside is open every day at 5:30 pm and closes at 10 pm from Sunday thru Thursday and at 10:30 pm Friday and Saturday.

Read our complete review of Lakeside Restaurant in the Wynn.

Catch – Best Decor


A screenshot of the dining area and menu highlights from Catch Seafood Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Walking into Catch is like being transformed into another world where floral decorations cover all the walls and elegance drips from every corner. The beautifully decorated entrance is one-of-a-kind and sets the tone for the formal and classy interior.

Fresh seafood can be found throughout the entire menu with highlights like the truffle sashimi, the Catch roll, and the hit me cake for dessert. Stay long enough and you might just catch a celebrity appearance which is a regular occurrence at Catch.

Check the hours of the restaurant before you go since they have different menus for brunch, dinner, and all other options. You’ll want to stick with business casual attire when dining at Catch and be sure to make reservations.

Read our complete review of Catch Restaurant in the Aria.

Caviar Bar Las Vegas – Best Caviar Options

Resorts World

A screenshot of menu highlights from Caviar Bar in Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The name says it all at Caviar Bar in Las Vegas. The place is well known for serving some of the best caviar in town, alongside a selection of other seafood dishes like oysters, clams, and mussels.

The interior of the restaurant is designed to feel like an upscale yet cozy speakeasy with its dark wood furnishings and vintage couches scattered across the dining room. Besides caviar, the restaurant has fresh cod, halibut, and raw shellfish options.

The dress code is fashionable casual and the restaurant is open daily from 5 pm every day and closes at 9 pm Sunday thru Thursday and 10 pm on Friday and Saturday.

Read our complete review of Caviar Bar in Resorts World.