Part of the quintessential Las Vegas experience is dining out at some of the destination’s many (many) amazing restaurants. If you’re staying at Paris Las Vegas (or just stopping by), you’ll find excellent fine dining options from celebrity and Michelin-starred chefs, but also more casual eateries where you can kick back, relax, and enjoy a more low-key meal. 

However, with more than a dozen restaurants to pick from at Paris, you might have a bit of trouble deciding where to go. Our complete guide to restaurants in Paris Las Vegas will help you choose your perfect culinary fit. 

Before we get started with our list, though, I’ll share a pro tip. Paris Las Vegas 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 Paris Las Vegas

There are a lot of things to take into consideration when picking the best restaurant in Paris Las Vegas for your individual experience. Budget, style, cuisine — these are all things to take into account. To better help you narrow down your choices, here are the Paris Las Vegas restaurants divided into a few key categories.

Fine Dining at Paris Las Vegas

There are a lot of fine dining restaurants that you’ll find at hotels and casinos throughout Las Vegas. At Paris Las Vegas, if you’re looking to treat yourself or celebrate something special, and you’re not afraid to spend a little more for that experience, you’ll want to go to one of these four options.


A screenshot of menu highlights from Nobu restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Every foodie knows the Nobu name, but if you’re not familiar, just know that the culinary brand created by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa has garnered world fame for its Asian and Japanese-inspired menus infused with a certain creativity and ingenuity you’ll be hard pressed to find elsewhere. If it’s a modern, mind-blowing dining experience, this is where you’ll find it.

However, even while this is a fine dining restaurant, you won’t find the atmosphere and ambience to be overly stuffy. A lot of light wood details and airy finishes make this restaurant comfortable and there’s no dress code required.

On the menu, you’ll find Nigiri, Sashimi, and Sushi aplenty. A few of the must have items include Oysters with Nobu Sauces, Salmon Tartare with Caviar, Black Cod with Miso, Shrimp Spicy Garlic, Oh Toro Sashimi, Chu Toro Sashimi, and the Japanese Whisky Cappuccino dessert.

Read our complete review of Nobu Restaurant in Paris Las Vegas.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

A screenshot of the dining space and menu highlights from the Eiffel Tower Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Snag a reservation at Eiffel Tower Restaurant and you won’t regret it. This fine dining venue boasts some of the best views in the entire hotel, with views of the fountains and Strip. Do note that the dress code is formal here, as is the environment and service (think white tablecloths all the way).

You’ll find the menu is just as formal, with lots of fine dining classics on offer. While some fine dining restaurants may keep their menus limited, though, that’s not the case at Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Instead, you’ll have plentiful options to pick from. 

Signature dishes include the Eiffel Tower Beef Wellington and the Roasted Colorado Rack of Lamb. The menu also boasts a nice caviar selection, plus one vegetarian option.

Mon Ami Gabi French Restaurant

A screenshot of menu highlights from Mon Ami Gabi French restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Mon Ami Gabi offers a distinctly French feel, with its bistro atmosphere and location right on Las Vegas Boulevard. Outdoor tables take advantage of the (mostly) agreeable Vegas weather, with bright red umbrellas shading the patio space. The business casual-style eatery is authentically French to the core, wherever you sit, inside or out.

Make sure to grab a glass of wine off the restaurant’s admirable list, for sipping as you peruse the menu. If you made a dinner reservation, you’ll spot menu items with true French flair, such as Wild Escargots De Bourgogne (aka, oven-roasted snails in a garlic and herb butter); Chicken Liver Mousse Pate; and Mussels Mariniere and Frites (or mussels and fries).

This restaurant also serves brunch, in case you want a little French-inspired fuel before a day of sightseeing, gambling, or lounging by the pool.

Gordon Ramsay Steak

A screenshot of the decor and menu highlights from Gordon Ramsay Steak restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Of course, you can’t visit Las Vegas and not have dinner at one of Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants. At Paris Las Vegas, the celebrity chef’s stylish Gordon Ramsay Steak is exactly what you’d expect from a high-end steakhouse, with a wide range of steak options, plus a few seafood and other entrees (like Gordon’s famed Beef Wellington and Diver Scallops with Risotto). 

Can’t decide what you want off this tantalizing menu? Go for the tasting experience, which offers five courses and a nice variety. You won’t be disappointed with dessert if you go with the Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butter Ice Cream.

For this restaurant, you’ll want to make a reservation, but don’t worry about busting out the suit and tie. The dress code here is smart casual, and so is the vibe.

Paris Las Vegas Restaurants with French Influence

If you glanced over the fine dining options above, then you’ve likely picked up on the fact that, yes, Paris Las Vegas does lean into its Paris theme and some of the restaurants reflect that. However, if you want a French-inspired culinary experience, but don’t want the whole fine dining deal, you won’t be left out in the cold. Try one of these more casual French-inspired restaurants instead.

Vanderpump à Paris

A screenshot of the dining space and menu highlights from Vanderpump a Paris in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

While Vanderpump à Paris is a little on the pricier side, it’s not really fine dining. Instead, this French, 21-and-up-only restaurant designed by Lisa Vanderpump herself is more low-key. 

Guests are welcomed into an environment that feels like something from the past, as if you traveled a hundred years ago to a ritzy French townhome. Of course, Vanderpump wines flow, so be sure to snatch a glass. 

The menu offers a mishmash of French cuisine, often combined with more casual comfort foods. Take, for example, the Coq Au Vin and Bourguignon, both of which are served in pot pie form.

Brioche by Guy Savoy

A screenshot of a brioche from Brioche by Guy Savoy in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

At Brioche by Guy Savoy, you get a similar mishmash, but this time, the surprising combination is Guy Savoy’s Michelin star power and a grab-and-go setting. It’s a combo that works, though, offering French pastries and morning coffees to keep you going throughout your day. 

The main menu offers items like Brioche (obviously), Croissants, and Quiches, but you can also order a Continental Special that comes with 32 ounces of coffee and two pastries, perfect for taking back to your room for noshing as you get ready for the day.

Cafe Belle Madeleine

A screenshot of the entrance to Cafe Belle Madeleine in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Cafe Belle Madeleine is similar, offering to-go, French pastries and other treats in a casual setting. Coffee is also available (though the coffee is Peet’s, not French). 

Swing by and grab a Croissant breakfast sandwich in the morning, but also come by around lunchtime to find Baguette-based sandwiches. 

If you’re traveling with a friend or family member who’s not too keen on the whole French thing, there’s good news. Cafe Belle Madeleine also offers some distinctly American eats, too, like bear claw danishes.

La Creperie

A screenshot of a crepe and cup of coffee from La Creperie in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

It doesn’t get more French than crepes. Get your fill at La Creperie. 

This casual restaurant offers a very affordable, albeit small, menu of both sweet and savory crepes. Think Nutella or Berry Crepes for dessert, or a Monte Cristo or Chicken Pesto Crepe for lunch or dinner. 

This restaurant is designed to keep you on the move, located on the hotel’s Promenade and offering window service.

Casual and Quick Dining at Paris Las Vegas

Yes, some of the above French-inspired restaurants do offer casual and quick dining, but what if you’re not into the fine dining thing and you’re not into the French cuisine thing either — where do you go then? Luckily, you still have plenty of options at Paris Las Vegas.

The Bedford by Martha Stewart

A screenshot of the dining space and menu highlights from The Bedford by Martha Stewart restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Probably the most upscale-leaning of the casual restaurants at Paris Las Vegas, this is domestic goddess Martha Stewart’s very first restaurant. Make a reservation for your table set within a replica of Stewart’s own farmhouse. The light and airy dining room is relaxing and low-key.

As for the menu, expect a nice mix. It’s clear that this is a menu attempting to cater to everyone, with some French-leaning options (like the Bouillabaisse), but mostly Americanized offerings like the Roast Chicken, Honey Mustard Glazed Salmon, and New York Strip.

Beer Park

A screenshot of the exterior and menu highlights at Beer Park in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

You’ll definitely want to get a reservation at Beer Park if you like either beer or rooftop bars (and who doesn’t?), as this particular option has received high praise from a wide swathe of publications. Named a best rooftop bar in the city, the scene is casual, with lots of games and entertainment. It’s the place to go if you just want to kick back with a beer and standard bar food, and watch the big game. 

Burgers, Queso, Ribs — don’t expect anything fancy here, but do expect a great time.

Bobby’s Burgers by Bobby Flay

A screenshot of menu highlights from Bobby's Burger by Bobby Flay in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Basically a fast-food eatery with a celebrity chef stamp of approval, Bobby’s Burgers by Bobby Flay will kick that craving for a greasy burger, fries, and a shake. Of course, since it’s Bobby Flay, this restaurant does upgrade its offerings just a tad. The menu’s signature items, for example, includes the Crunchburger, which is topped with potato chips and secret sauce.

This restaurant also serves breakfast and it’s definitely the place you’re going to want to go if you need something to cure a hangover or soak up last night’s alcohol, with items like the Breakfast Burrito, Breakfast Sandwich, and Breakfast Burger.

HEXX Kitchen + Bar

A screenshot of the entrance to HEXX Kitchen and Bar in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Much like Beer Park, HEXX Kitchen + Bar has also received quite a lot of attention for its dining atmosphere. The casual restaurant offers a hopping environment and outdoor dining alongside a casual menu and great cocktails. 

Even though this is a casual eatery, you’ll still want to make a reservation, as it’s pretty popular. While the dinner menu has a lot to offer (like pizza!), one of the stars of the show here is the dessert, as HEXX boasts the first bean-to-bar chocolate maker in the city.

JJ’s Boulangerie

A screenshot of pastries from JJ's Boulangerie in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

While this is yet another cafe option at Paris Las Vegas, it does stand out in a key way. Although it may put off a French vibe and you can even get a crepe from the right-next-door La Creperie here, JJ’s Boulangerie’s menu is the furthest thing from French. 

For breakfast, you’ll get Breakfast Sandwiches, Breakfast Pizza, and Belgian Waffles. Then, for lunch and dinner, you’ll get more pizza, plus sandwiches and salads. The cafe also sells gelato.

Cafe Americano

A screenshot of the dining space and menu highlights from Cafe Americano restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Similarly, Cafe Americano is much more than just a cafe. This 24-hour eatery offers a sidewalk Parisian bistro atmosphere, but an American menu. Breakfast comes with all your favorite brunch-time cocktails, plus waffles, pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, and more. Later in the day, the menu focuses on pasta, salads, and steak. After hours, you can indulge in pizzas, apps, and even a few breakfast selections. 


You’ll certainly find a wealth of culinary experiences to be had during a stay at, or visit to, Paris Las Vegas. From classic French fine dining to some of the best rooftop bar experiences in the city, there’s something for everyone. 

If you appreciate this guide’s breakdown of all your dining options at Paris Las Vegas, be sure to check out The Las Vegas Report’s other resort dining guides!