The Best Casino Dining in The World (part 2)

Aria, Las Vegas

Located inside the sprawling City Center complex, Aria is a fantastic Sage restaurant of Chicago chef Shawn Mclain. The restaurant serves dishes that emphasize upmarket farm-to-table products, such as braised veal cheeks with king trumpet mushrooms, black garlic, and creamy white polenta.

Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas

Charlie Palmer’s Michelin-starred Aureole offers entertainment along with excellent food. Its famous “flying wine angels” wear harnesses attached to a pulley system and can fly up literally to a four-story wine tower to retrieve bottles. Fans of the Top Chef Masters come here for restaurants by Hubert Keller (Fleur) and Rick Moonen (RM Seafood).

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

In addition to restaurants from superstar chefs like Mario Batali (Osteria Mozza & Pizzeria) and Daniel Boulud (DB Bistro Moderne), Marina Bay San is also home to Waku Ghin, the first expansion outside of Australia of chef Tetsuya Wakuda, offering only a tasting menu of at least ten courses.

Harrah’s, New Orleans

John Besh operates eight restaurants in New Orleans, consisting of Besh Steak in the Harrah’s with one of the most favorite desserts being Père Roux’s Cake, which pays homage to the classic bananas Foster of New Orleans with a filling of cinnamon, sautéed bananas, and dark rum between layers of genoise cake, and capped with cream cheese frosting.

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Among the many casino dining options, Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace marks the first expansion outside of Paris of the Michelin three-star chef. It is a 24-hour restaurant where he serves his most favorite 72-hour short ribs and lobster burger.

El San Juan Resort and Casino, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Famous steak house The Palm has 27 locations all over the world, but this is the only one located on a beautiful tropical island. It offers classic dishes such as aged prime porterhouse steak, creamed spinach, and crispy hash browns.