5 Best Las Vegas Restaurants for Groups

By Caroline Cox, March 27, 2017

You have a lot to choose from when it comes to Las Vegas restaurants suitable for groups. But no matter where you go, rest assured that Vegas doesn’t disappoint. Whether your crew is craving decadent doughnuts, cotton candy foie gras, or chicken and waffles, these five restaurants have something to satisfy even the most sophisticated palates.

Take a look at our five favorite Las Vegas restaurants for groups:

PRIME STEAKHOUSE

Hotel: Bellagio

Executive Chef: Robert Moore

Capacity: 350 including 80-seat patio

Popular Dishes: 10-ounce filet mignon; chilled shellfish platter

What’s Buzzy: The decadent Fountain of Glazed Doughnuts dessert is a guaranteed hit, especially when consumed with front-row views of the Fountains of Bellagio.


Mr Chow las vegas restaurantsMR CHOW

Hotel: Caesars Palace

Executive Chef: Zhen Han

Capacity: 300; three private dining rooms seat 25-70 people

Popular Dishes: Beijing duck; chicken satay; green prawns; hand-pulled noodles

What’s Buzzy: Food and entertainment are rolled into one with Champagne and dessert trolleys or a tableside noodle pull.


TAO ASIAN BISTRO

Hotel: The Venetian

Executive Chef: Ralph Scamardella

Capacity: 400 seats; 22-seat private dining room

Popular Dishes: Satay of Chilean sea bass; spicy tuna tartare on crispy rice

What’s Buzzy: The restaurant and nightclub regularly hosts events with big-name recording artists such as Jermaine Dupri and DJ Khaled.


HEXX las vegas restaurantHEXX KITCHEN + BAR

Hotel: Paris Las Vegas

Executive Chef: Matthew Piekarski

Capacity: 300 seated; 500 reception-style

Popular Dishes: Classic burger with aged Wisconsin cheddar; chicken and apple-cheddar waffles

What’s Buzzy: Skip dessert and head to newly opened HEXX Chocolate & Confexxions, which features HEXX’s artisanal single-origin chocolate, made on-site.


W Bazaar Meat Las Vegas restaurantBAZAAR MEAT BY JOSE ANDRES

Hotel: SLS Las Vegas

Executive Chef: David Thomas

Capacity: 250 seated; 500 reception-style

Popular Dishes: Cotton candy foie gras; Rosewood rib-eye steak; suckling pig

What’s Buzzy: Bazaar Meat was named Las Vegas’ 2016 restaurant of the year by Desert Companion magazine. It recently introduced the Bar Centro menu with bites like fresh oysters, beef tartare sliders and suckling pig sandwiches.

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