Mitchell Wilburn

Top 10 Late Night Dining in Las Vegas

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Got The Midnight Munchies? Here's Our Roundup of The Best Late Night Eats in Las Vegas.

Vegas is a 24-hour city of excitement, and our guests from every time zone of the world need dining that fits their hours. Luckily, there are quite a few restaurants that keep late-night hours full of amazing food.

Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
The restaurant/mixology lounge/variety show/immersive theater/nightclub super-concept in the Cosmopolitan serves their extremely unique menu until 1am on Friday and Saturday. Dishes inspired by classic Ritz-Carlton style fine dining are re-imagined by Chef Wesley Holton, with small-bites like the lobster cocktail, with lemongrass coconut foam. Dishes and cocktails that excite the senses and cozy spaces where you might just see tuxedo wearing twins tap dance across your table all make for a wondrous, whimsical night.

(877) 667.0585

Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill

Wolfgang Puck MGM Grand

Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts International

The famous and most lauded chef Wolfgang Puck is open until 6am, with a bistro styled menu to fit late night diner’s expectations for the pedigree. Everything from Huevos Rancheros to grilled Scottish Salmon, their menu is very diverse. One thing for certain though is the great quality of every dish they serve, and the unique touches they have to make them “Wolfgang Puck”.

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 891-3000

District One Kitchen and Bar
This little spot has quickly gained a reputation for the after-service spot for chefs, and with good reason. It’s essentially Vietnamese inspired tapas and Pho, with a couple Pan-Asian things thrown in. Local favorites like the Maine Lobster Pho are worth the stop, and after-bar eats like Ox Tail Fries with a fried egg make this spot worth its late-night food lover’s reputation.

3400 S Jones Blvd #8, (702) 413-6868

Herbs and Rye
A locals and industry favorite, Herbs and Rye is the award winning meeting place for people in the know about great drinks. Their cocktail menu spans the last century and a half, but the talent behind the bar are more than willing to whip up something completely new and tailored for your tastes. Midnight to three AM is their after-service happy hour, featuring half-price steaks and entrees, arguably the best late night deal in town.

3713 W Sahara Ave, (702) 982-8036

El Dorado Cantina

Cochinita Street Taco at El Dorado Cantina

Photo Courtesy of El Dorado Cantina

Located one block from the strip, this spot is surprisingly one of the best spots for tacos in town day or night! El Dorado Cantina has earned themselves a large niche in late night dining with a real commitment to the highest quality organic and GMO free ingredients and a passion for unique flavor combinations. Their street tacos are absolutely amazing, but the whole menu is full of authentic regional specialties. For the ultimate Vegas-story late night bar bite try the Chapulines; grasshopper’s sautéed in either garlic lime or habanero!

3025 S Industrial Rd, (702) 722-2289

Known for their authentic Japanese Robata grill, Raku is one of the most uniqe modern Japanese restaurants in Vegas, on or off the strip. Their various skewers and marinated grilled meats are greatly popular, but their claim to fame is their Omakase menu. A series of chef’s choices and specials, some highly unique and creative dishes are set to surprise.

5030 W Spring Mountain Rd #2, (702) 367-3511

Secret Pizza
Secret PizzaLocated in the Cosmopolitan, on the second floor, there is an unlabeled non-descript door. This door leads down a hallway walled with framed album covers and into a small room. There are old cabinet games, a pinball machine, and one of the better pizzerias in town. After a very long night on the strip, even into the wee hours of the morning, a quality slice of New York style pizza is a fresh minute away.

3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 698-7860

Chada Thai and Wine
Known for being the secret hangout spot for Las Vegas wine elite, Master Sommeliers and laymen alike come for not only the oenophile’s menu, but for some of the most unique and experimental Thai food in town. Some star dishes, like the Red Crab Curry and Moo Hong (black soy braised pork belly), really set Chada on the top of pile for Thai restaurants in Vegas.

3400 S. Jones Blvd. #11A, (702) 641-1345

Le Thai
Le ThaiFor those looking for late night food after a night of bar-hopping the hip downtown scene, Le Thai is the perfect spot on Fremont to make it a meal. Owned by downtown revitalizing entrepreneur Tony Hseih, it’s a solid modern Thai cuisine, boasting dishes like Pork Jerky or Short Rib Fried Rice, in a very fun downtown casual atmosphere.

523 Fremont St, Las Vegas, (702) 778-0888

In the style of an authentic Japanese pub, Ichiza caters to the late night crowd of Chinatown. The menu, handwritten and stapled to every open space of wall, includes classics like grilled squid in ponzu, hamachi collar, or chicken gizzard skewers. Always save room for dessert, as their very popular Honey Toast – half a loaf of baked white bread covered in honey, butter, and vanilla ice cream – is something definitely worth trying.

4355 Spring Mountain Rd #205, (702) 367-3151

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