Elaine and Scott Harris

Top 10 Wine Bars and Restaurants in Las Vegas

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Our List of Top 10 Wine Bars for 2014 Showcases Several Off The Strip Gems.

The Las Vegas strip has many of the finest restaurants in the world and wine lists that one can read for days. In addition to the expected strip venues, Las Vegas, beyond the neon, has wine bars that would impress even the most deserting oenophiles.

Carnevino at the Palazzo Resort
You can’t go wrong when Iron Chef Mario Batali and Restaurateur Joe Bastitanich team up with cuisine and wine. This dynamic duo has put together a wine list that features the top regions around the world to match world class mouthwatering delights. 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 789-4141 carnevino.com

La Cave at Wynn Resort
This restaurant and bar is a true wine bar in every sense of the word. It’s a little hidden but worth the find. There are more than of 250 wines by the bottle and over 50 by the glass. The food is amazing as well. 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 770-7375 lacavelv.com

Aureole at Mandalay Bay Resort
A Las Vegas legend. Watch the Wine Angels literally fly for your wine in Charlie Palmer’s four-story, temperature- controlled, glass-and-steel tower that holds over 10,000 bottles of the world’s best. 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 632-7401 charliepalmer.com

Chada Thai, Off the Strip
We LOVE this small Thai gem in China Town. An incredible wine list and authentic Thai cuisine make Chada Thai a mandatory stop. 3400 S. Jones Blvd. #11A, (702) 641-1345 chadavegas.com

Marché Bacchus, Off The Strip
This lakeside romantic French bistro is also a wine store as well. Enjoy the view, buy a bottle of wine (but you still pay corkage) and order up a tasty dish. 2620 Regatta Dr, (702) 804-8008 marchebacchus.com

Bin 702, Off the Strip

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Downtown Las Vegas is booming. When downtown, visit the unique container park and find Bin 702. This Wine Bar in a shipping container features an eclectic selection of wine and fresh cuisine. Enjoy a glass, sit on their patio and fade away the day. 707 Fremont Street, (702) 826-2702 bin702.com

Double Helix at the Shoppes at Palazzo Resort and Town Square
Double Helix features over 50 wines by the glass, or flights. Stop in to the Palazzo Resort for their weekly wine tasting every Friday from 5 – 7 p.m. for just $5 and order small plates from Emeril Lagasse’s Table 10 restaurant. You can even buy a bottle at their retail shop and take it with you. 3327 S Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 735-9463 doublehelixwine.com

Grape Street, Off the Strip
A true off strip Wine Bar & Restaurant that offers tasty cuisine and a nice selection of wines by the glass. 7501 W Lake Mead Blvd #120, (702) 228-9463 grapestreetvegas.com

Milo’s Cellar and Wine Bar, Boulder City.
A stop here is a must if you’re heading to the Hoover Dam. We love this place to nosh, sip and people watch. It’s also very pet friendly as well. 538 Nevada Hwy Boulder City, (702) 293-9540 miloswinebar.com

Vintner Grill, Off the Strip
This Summerlin legend is a local favorite. The dishes are extraordinary and the wine list always fresh and exciting. Don’t miss this one! 10100 W Charleston Blvd #150, (702) 214-5590 vglasvegas.com

There are so many great wine bars to choose from in this city of culinary legends but we narrowed it down to our 2014 Top 10 as they are all unique and outstanding in their own way. Let us know your favorite. Cheers!

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