The Mirage in Las Vegas is well known for its world-class array of restaurants, from the classic and elegant to the exotic and eclectic. Whether you’re looking for a fancy dinner or a casual bite to eat, The Mirage has something for everyone. Use the guide below to help you make quick and easy decisions without having to put in the time to research.

Restaurants in the Mirage Las Vegas

Deciding between all the restaurants in the Mirage can be a bit overwhelming. Dress codes, menus, and open times all vary from one restaurant to the next. To make the decision easier for you, I broke down all the restaurants and categorized them into groups you can easily choose from.

Fine Dining Restaurants in the Mirage

Like most hotels in Vegas, the Mirage includes a couple of restaurants that cater to those looking for a truly luxurious dining experience. From Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak to Stack, each of these restaurants provides an unforgettable and sophisticated atmosphere for you to enjoy your meal.

Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak

A screenshot of menu highlights and the dining spaces at Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The internationally famous chef Tom Colicchio puts his full skills on display at Heritage Steak restaurant. The classic Prime Rib, world-class Wagyu Steaks, and tender Filet Mignon are all cooked using a white oak open-fire grill.

You can feel the heat from the fire while sitting at some of the tables and the open kitchen chefs are entertaining to watch as they cook high-quality meals for the patrons.

This fine dining establishment has a farm-to-table menu that includes fresh oysters, shrimp, octopus, steaks, and lobster tails. You’ll get classic sides too like whipped potatoes, asparagus, and hand-cut fries.


A screenshot of menu highlights and the dining spaces at Stack restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The contemporary design of Stack makes it inspiring to just walk through the doors. This restaurant has a sophisticated and modern atmosphere, with an open layout that allows you to view all aspects of the restaurant from any angle.

The mixed menu includes staples from all over the U.S. but with a slightly modern twist. You’ll find Lobster Tacos, Pigs in a Blanket, Hot Rocks (Prime Sirloin with Ponzu prepared tableside), and even Duck Gumbo. The food is paired perfectly with freshly made cocktails like the Cucumber Martini and Liquid Passion.

While the service and food are comparable to fine dining, you’ll feel a little more relaxed here at Stack than you would inside Heritage Steak.

Upscale Sit-Down Dining Options in the Mirage

For those that prefer a nice restaurant but don’t want to fork over a big bill at the end of the night, these upscale sit-down restaurants are perfect. You’ll still get fresh ingredients made by professional chefs but in a more accessible atmosphere anyone will enjoy.


A screenshot of menu highlights and the dining spaces at Otoro restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The beautifully decorated Otoro restaurant inside the Mirage is the perfect place to take a date or have a few cocktails with friends. You’ll immediately be transported to Asia with the red lamp fixtures and soft yellow lighting.

The food is the real showstopper, though, and all dishes look just as good as the restaurant. The menu will surprise you with fresh Octopus and Chilean Sea Bass but you can also choose from a great selection of sashimi, nigiri, and hand-rolled sushi.

Another great option at Otoro is the Robata Grill. Choose from various seafood, meat, poultry and vegetable options. Personal favorites include the Hokkaido Scallop, Wagyu Steak, and Zucchini.

Read our complete review of Otoro Restaurant.

Osteria Costa

A screenshot of menu highlights and the entrance to Osteria Costa restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Osteria Costa at the Mirage Las Vegas is like walking into a restaurant on the coast of Italy. The aqua-blue interior highlights, woven chair rests, and blue glassware make you feel like you can hear the waves crashing in the distance.

Its authentic Italian menu features classic dishes like Spaghetti and Meatballs, Shrimp Linguine, and Veal Milanese. No good Italian restaurant would be complete without a full wine list and Osteria Costa does not disappoint.

The menu also features a great selection of various antipasti and pizzas that are fantastic for sharing.

The cozy, inviting atmosphere of Osteria Costa is perfect for an intimate dinner or gathering with friends.

Diablo’s Cantina

A screenshot of menu highlights and the entrance of Diablo's Cantina restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

For a true taste of cuisine south of the border, Diablo’s Cantina is a must-visit. The vibrant interior walls are covered in Mexican street art, giving the room a restive and lively feel. This is a fun one to take kids because they’ll immediately fall in love with the decorative atmosphere.

The amazing food is just as good as the decorations with freshly made salsas and guacamole. The real highlights are the Enchilada Platter, Street Tacos, and Fajitas, which include an option for steak or chicken.

For those looking for a lighter meal, the menu also includes selections like the Aguachile-Style Ceviche and Southwest Chicken Caesar Salad. The Chicken Taquitos and Adobo Chicken Nachos are perfect for sharing with the table.

Read our complete review of Diablo’s Cantina.

Rhumbar Tropical Ultra Lounge

A screenshot of a tropical cocktail drink at Rhumbar Tropical Ultra Lounge in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Although mostly a cocktail lounge, the Rhumbar Tropical serves up fruity and exotic cocktails alongside some elevated bar bites. You’ll even be able to find a refined cigar menu if you’re looking to really relax and take a break from the casino floor.

The lounge also offers nightly live entertainment and features a beautiful outdoor patio for people watching along the strip. Expect a casual atmosphere in the Rhumbar that gets louder as the night goes on.

You can visit this ultra lounge anytime during the week but the hours change every day so check it before heading over.

Mirage Casual Sit-Down Restaurants

You don’t have to dress fancy or spend a lot of money to enjoy a delicious meal in the Mirage. From The Still and California Pizza Kitchen to Paradise Cafe and Snacks, these restaurants provide you with tasty dishes in a casual atmosphere.

The Still

A screenshot of menu highlights from The Still restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Sports fans of all kinds will find a getaway in The Still. This American Las Vegas sports bar is the ultimate man cave with 27 high-definition TVs decorating the walls and over 8,000 square feet of space.

All the bar classics are here like Crispy Chicken Wings, Mini Cheeseburgers, and Loaded Nachos. Drink it down with one of the signature draft beers on tap or a President Margarita. The Still is the perfect place to wind down and enjoy a good game or just relax with some friends. The Bloody Mary has an entire cheeseburger as a garnish, so you know The Still is here to please.

The elevated sports bar is open every day of the week but the hours change so it’s worth checking out ahead of time.

California Pizza Kitchen

A screenshot of menu highlights from California Pizza Kitchen restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Well-known all around the U.S., the California Pizza Kitchen at the Mirage is a classic spot for any type of food. The restaurant serves up signature pizzas like the Original BBQ Chicken Pizza and the California Veggie.

You’ll also find all sorts of pasta and salads, as well as unique entrees like the Cedar Plank Salmon. California Pizza Kitchen has something for everyone on its menu, including gluten-free and vegan options.

No dressing up is required at the California Pizza Kitchen and it’s a great spot for any occasion. Highly recommended for families traveling with children.

Paradise Cafe

A screenshot of menu highlights from Paradise Cafe restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The beautiful and luxurious pool at the Mirage is home to Paradise Cafe, a casual restaurant serving up all the classic American favorites. Surrounding you while you eat are the swaying palm trees and soothing waterfall that are signature features of the pool area.

Paradise Cafe serves up breakfast items all day long from Eggs Benedict to Buttermilk Pancakes. You’ll also find tacos, salads, burgers, and chicken tenders on the menu.

No poolside experience is complete without a cool cocktail and Paradise has plenty. You’ll need to check with the concierge in advance to ensure the cafe is actually open. It closes during the winter months when the pools are not open to the public.


A screenshot of menu highlights from Pantry restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Walking into the Pantry feels like stepping into your own home. Everything from the walls to the flooring makes you feel comfortable and at ease. It’s a great place to take the family for breakfast or a light lunch.

American classics fill up the menu and breakfast is served all day. Choose from pancakes, omelets, burgers, and sandwiches. There are even some cocktails, wine, and beer if you feel like having an afternoon pick-me-up.

What’s nice about the Pantry is it is available early in the morning and is open to the late afternoon. Providing service to patrons seven days a week, Pantry is one of the most convenient morning options in the Mirage.


A screenshot of the menu highlights from Snacks restaurant in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

You’ll get more to eat than just a few bites at Snacks, a breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot in the Mirage. The restaurant is really an ode to American food as you can find it all here.

From breakfast staples like fried eggs and tater tots to burgers and cheesecake, the menu is filled with delicious eats. It’s a great place to take the kids for dinner or just enjoy a meal when you don’t feel like getting dressed up.

Snacks serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day, and the best part, It’s 24 hours! Grab a bite to eat whenever the craving strikes at Snacks.

Quick To-Go Options

Las Vegas is famous for the strip where you can find some of the most unique architecture in the U.S. Before you walk out of your hotel, you might need a quick bite or drink while you’re on the go. The eateries below offer smaller bites that you can grab before heading out the door.

The Roasted Bean

A screenshot of the dining space at The Roasted Bean in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

You won’t find the big grills and well-known chefs at the Roasted Bean but that doesn’t mean you won’t find a delicious snack. This simple coffee shop offers up some of the best coffee in town.

Grab an espresso or an iced latte to go before heading out for the day. The Roasted Bean also has plenty of pastries and breakfast items like muffins or bagels, as well as some small salads and sandwiches.


A screenshot of various food and drink items from Starbucks. Starbucks has a location inside the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

The world-famous Starbucks brand is at the Mirage and you can get all your classics like the iced caramel macchiato or the pumpkin spiced latte. You’ll even get some small snacks like muffins and sandwiches.

Starbucks is perfect for those mornings when you need to grab something on the go but don’t want to give up quality and taste.

Blizz Frozen Yogurt

A screenshot of frozen yogurt with various fruit on top from Blizz Frozen Yogurt in the Mirage Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

No restraint is necessary when you’re on vacation and in the city of sin. Blizz Frozen Yogurt allows you to indulge without any guilt. The shop offers a wide selection of flavors and plenty of toppings to choose from so you can make your dessert as creative or simple as you want.

The only inconvenient aspect is the shop is only open Friday through Sunday.

Eating At the Mirage

With options from classic American staples like burgers and fries to fine dining luxuries like surf and turf, the Mirage truly has it all. Use the tips above to pick out a spot that matches what you feel like eating with the right atmosphere. I appreciate you taking the time to check out The Las Vegas Report and hope you learned everything you want to know about eating at the Mirage.