The less formal approach, vibrant atmosphere, and center strip location of the Linq Hotel + Experience make it a favorite of tourists and locals. The resort is home to a futuristic casino and the LINQ Promenade, which contains a range of thrilling attractions like the 550-foot-tall High Roller observation wheel. It also features a variety of casual sit-down restaurants, quick eateries, and cafes to satisfy your dining needs.

Before we get started with our list, I’ll share a pro-tip. The Linq is a part of Caesars Entertainment, so if you’re a Caesars Rewards member, you can earn points for dining. Membership is free. You can even pay for your meal or part of it if you have enough points. You can find more information here at Caesars Rewards.

Restaurants in The Linq:

There are many things to consider when deciding where to eat at the Linq Hotel + Experience. I broke the restaurants down into three categories based on their most prominent features, service style, and offerings to help make things easier for you.

Casual Sit-Down Dining at the Linq Promenade

The LINQ Promenade is just one part of the Linq Hotel + Experience. It features casual sit-down dining options, shopping, nightlife, and other attractions like the Fly LINQ or High Roller, which can be found at the far end. The restaurants on the mall are great for parties of all sizes and families, no dress code required. 

Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar

A screenshot of menu highlights and DJ equipment from Chayo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar at The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

As the name suggests, Chayo is known for tasty Mexican food and tequila. This two-story restaurant features multiple bars, private dining room options, and spacious patios on both levels. They also have indoor-outdoor seating with a view of the High Roller, making it great for watching the activity on the Promenade.

Their lunch and dinner menu contains Mexican classics like tacos, burritos, and signature dishes like Green Chicken Enchiladas. The Churro French Toast is a fan favorite at brunch.

To accompany the nearly endless list of select tequilas and mezcals, the bar menu offers flights with three shots, a collection of margaritas, and specialty cocktails. This restaurant also has a DJ and a mechanical bull contributing to its fun, party atmosphere. They host a Latin dance party from midnight to 5 AM on Friday and Saturday nights.

Read our complete review of Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar.

Favorite Bistro

A screenshot of menu highlights from Favorite Bistro restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Restaurateurs Thierry Bourdoncle and Ariane de Senneville’s Favorite Bistro bring you French cuisine with an American flair. This is their first U.S. location, and it highlights dishes imported from their notable locations in France.

Open until late; you can stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Their lively ambiance makes it a great spot any time of day. During happy hour, they feature a special menu with finger foods and drinks.

In the morning, the Lobster Benedict, and Hangover Burger steal the show. Later in the day, authentic French fares, like the Baked Brie and Baguette and Croque Monsieur are the main event. You can also enjoy escargots, pizza, sandwiches, or one of their tempting desserts. 

Flour & Barley – Brick Oven Pizza

A screenshot of pizza from Flour and Barley - Brick Oven Pizza restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Serving up Italian favorites, Flour & Barley – Brick Oven Pizza is perfect for groups of all sizes and families. They are open for lunch and dinner until late and have a quick to-go window that allows you to grab a slice. With a focus on convenience and quality, this restaurant does not disappoint.

As you might suspect, this eatery is known for its brick oven pizza. It is constructed with fresh whole milk mozzarella and nearly endless house-made toppings. They also have an award-winning gluten-free pizza.

Suppose you’re not in the mood for pizza. In that case, this restaurant has delicious Meatballs, salads, pasta, steak, seafood, desserts, and more. They also have dozens of craft beers by the glass or pitcher to complete your meal. 

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen Bar

A screenshot of an entree from Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen Bar in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri takes you to Flavortown at his Vegas Kitchen Bar. He puts yummy twists on comfort food classics and infuses them with bold flavors. This spot is perfect for parties and groups. They feature shareable plates and large party bowl-style cocktails.

At Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen Bar, you’ll find burgers, wings, tacos, and other American dishes. Their award-winning Bacon Mac ‘N’ Cheese Burger and signature Trash Can Nachos carry mouth-watering flavors that can’t be missed.

If you want a view of the Las Vegas Strip while you dine, their expansive outdoor patio is just the place. The restaurant is open for dinner daily, lunch five days a week, and breakfast on Saturday and Sunday.

Hash House a Go Go

A screenshot of an entree from Hash House a Go Go restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Originally from Indiana, Hash House a Go Go has relished national attention thanks to the show Man v. Food. Now in Las Vegas, their massive portions of American comfort food with a spin draw people in for breakfast and lunch daily or dinner on Friday and Saturday.

The menu at this restaurant is referred to as twisted farm food. It offers breakfast favorites, steaks, sandwiches, burgers, mac and cheese, and more. Some of their signature dishes include Andy’s World Famous Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles and HH Famous ‘Twisted’ Flapjacks with snickers and various fruits.

No matter the time of day, this eatery has a vibrant atmosphere and a decorative appeal. When you need a hangover fix, the O’Hare of the Dog, which consists of a side of bacon and a 24 oz Budweiser, might do the trick. 


A screenshot of menu highlights from Maxie's restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

At Maxie’s, you’ll find classic dishes with a delicious spin. They serve elevated American diner food that looks amazing, tastes delectable, and is presented dramatically. It is an excellent choice for breakfast or brunch, and they’re open til 10 PM Thursday through Sunday.

Breakfast favorites like Fruity Pebble French Toast, Cotton Candy Pancakes, and their world-famous benedict boxes are preferred picks at this eatery. They are also a great place for milkshakes and various coffee drinks.

Later in the day, deli sandwiches, wings, burgers, pizza, and other items can be acquired to satisfy various preferences. They also serve beer, hard seltzer, wine, and keep-the-glass cocktails. 

Off The Strip

A screenshot of an entree from Off The Strip restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Off The Strip, a favorite of Las Vegas locals, has a loyal following and a diverse, accommodating menu. Their classic bistro and bar comfort food offers many hearty and healthy selections to appeal to various dietary needs.

They serve daily brunch with all the classics like Steak and Eggs, pancakes, and skillets. Power up with one of their protein bowls, burgers, salads, Handcrafted Meatloaf, or much-loved Lobster Ravioli for lunch and dinner.

This restaurant is housed in a two-story building. It contains three bars and has indoor and outdoor dining options. In addition to food, they feature wines by the glass, cocktails, and local beers. 

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery

A screenshot of an entree from Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery is open for lunch and dinner daily and breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. A Celtic-themed environment and the Tilted Kilt Girls dressed in racy schoolgirl-like outfits create an exciting venue overall.

This restaurant offers beer and bar eats. Their menu contains Celtic favorites like William Wallace Shepherd’s Pie, Corned Beef Hash & Eggs, and a Pub Pretzel with signature Guinness beer cheese dipping sauce. They also have standards like wings with various seasonings, sandwiches, and salads.

An energetic atmosphere and daily drink specials make it a great place to catch the game or start your night.  

Virgil’s Real Barbecue

A screenshot of menu highlights from Virgil's Real Barbecue restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

With direct access to the Influence Pool, Virgil’s Real Barbecue is excellent for dining in or taking food to go. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and feature outdoor patios for warm weather enjoyment.

Virgil’s is known for their southern-style barbecue, which is smoked at a low temperature for up to 10 hours. Their unique blend of hickory, oak, and fruit woods produces a rich flavor and a moist result. I recommend the specialty Pit Master Platters which give you a choice of sides and include cornbread.

Aside from delicious meats, their menu offers traditional sides like Collard Greens, Mac & Cheese, desserts, and more. Surprisingly, they even have lots of vegetarian options. Extensive beer and whiskey selections and specialty cocktails like slushies are also available. 

Yard House

A screenshot of the exterior of Yard House restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The Yard House features classic American food and brews in a fun, lively atmosphere. Their menu includes nearly endless food and drink options, making it ideal for groups and various tastes.

This restaurant’s scratch kitchen fuses American dishes with globally inspired flavors to create innovative foods. They offer 180 beers and 130+ menu items, so accommodating dietary restrictions is not an issue. Pretty much anything you could be craving can be found here.

This popular and ever-bustling space contains indoor and outdoor seating and is a great place to spend game day. Their second-story patio also provides you with views of the High Roller. They are open for lunch until midnight or 1 AM daily and, if you prefer, have private dining in their Keg Room.

Quick Grab-and-Go Eats in The Linq

The Linq Hotel and Casino is home to a collection of quick eateries, many of which are also on the Promenade. The following restaurants are the perfect solution if you want fast service, open seating, or a meal to take with you on the go.  

Buddy’s Jersey Eats

A screenshot of Buddy V and menu highlights from Buddy's Jersey Eats food truck at The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Located in a food truck, Buddy’s Jersey Eats is quick and perfect for to-go food. They are known for their waffle fries with a variety of toppings, wings, and Jersey-style hot dogs. Open from 6 PM until late, it is a great place to refuel before or after a night on the town. 

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips

A screenshot of Gordon Ramsay and menu highlights from Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips restaurant in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Brought to you by world-class celebrity tv star and Chef Gordon Ramsay, this eatery offers classic English street food with tasty sauces. The menu allows you to build your own box meal by selecting a meat, style of chips, and sauces. You should ask for the secret G Spot combo to try the shrimp, fish, and chicken together.

Haute Doggery

A screenshot of an entree from Haute Doggery in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Taking hot dogs to the next level, Haute Doggery is anything but average. Their flavourful topping combinations are inspired by American recipes to bring you truly gourmet flavors. They even have vegan and turkey dogs, so everyone can enjoy them. 

In-N-Out Burger

A screenshot of an entree from In-N-Out Burger in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

In-N-Out Burger is quick and easy if you are in the mood for traditional burgers and fries. They have a simple menu and use fresh, whole ingredients to bring you a tasty yet uncomplicated meal. Ask for your fries Animal Style to get cheese, onions, and spread on top.  


A screenshot of various sushi rolls from Jaburritos in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Jaburrittos’s menu features various chef creations that fuse Japanese-style foods with a Mexican-style presentation. Each food item can be assembled as a sushi burrito or sushi bowl. They also have a wide selection of unique non-alcoholic drinks. 

The Boss Café

A screenshot of cannolis from The Boss Cafe in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Inspired by markets and delis in the New York and New Jersey neighborhoods, The Boss café features cafeteria-style dining. It is an excellent place for breakfast sandwiches, bakery pizza, Jersey sandwiches, salads, sides, and more. Created by Baker Buddy Valastro, the star of the tv series Cake Boss, you can also find his world-famous cannoli pastries on the menu.

Drinks – Coffee – Desserts

If you need a morning or afternoon coffee, a snack, or something sweet, the following shops and cafes have everything you need. This grouping is ideal if you want to grab something to take with you somewhere else. However, they also have limited seating and counter options if you prefer to sit and enjoy. 


A screenshot of donuts on top of a coffee drink from Dunkin' at The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

With two convenient locations, Dunkin’ ensures you can grab a quick coffee hassle-free. They open at 6 AM and don’t close until 8 PM, so you can get caffeine or a classic East Coast style donut all day. 

Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop

A screenshot of cookies and brownies from Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop at The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

If you love chocolate, visit Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop. Their extensive selection of chocolate candy, hot fudge sundaes, and other treats makes them the perfect place to stop after a meal or when craving something sweet.  

Nook Express

A screenshot of menu highlights from Nook Express in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Close to the casino and the front desk, Nook Express is the ideal place to get a quick coffee, snack, or meal. Their cafe-style location features pastries, salads, breakfast sandwiches, pizzas, coffees, teas, and more in a super convenient central location. 


A screenshot of various items from Starbucks located in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Located at the LINQ Promenade, Starbucks is another ideal option for caffeine and munchies. They have all the classic coffee drinks you probably know and love, including seasonal holiday beverages. 

Sweet Sin

A screenshot of macarons stacked on top of one another from Sweet Sin in The Linq Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Known for its authentic Italian gelato and macarons, Sweet Sin is more than your typical dessert shop. They also have top-notch specialty coffees, teas, and pastries that shouldn’t be missed. Open from 9 AM until 1 or 2 AM, you can stop by almost anytime. 


The Linq Hotel + Experience is fabulous for appetizing restaurants, high-adrenaline rides, shopping, nightlife, and more. Its dynamic and energetic atmosphere promotes fun for groups of all types, and its eclectic dining options will fulfill all your cravings. I hope this guide was helpful, and thanks for checking us out here at The Las Vegas Report!