30 "Corporate Cards" restaurants in Las Vegas.
This beautiful, very red Chinese restaurant in The Wynn is actually casual and comfortable so it works before a show or late night.
When you want a lot of high-quality meat dishes, head to Manzo in Eataly in the Park MGM for dinner in a beautiful sleek space.
Kabuto is a small, high-end sushi restaurant in Chinatown with three omakase options that’s perfect for a one-on-one dinner.
Spago has one of the best views of the Bellagio fountains, so sit outside and eat some great - but pricey - Spanish-style appetizers and pasta.
Estiatorio Milos in The Cosmopolitan serves super high quality (and super expensive) Greek seafood.
You’ll find some of the most creative tapas at Bazaar Meat in the Sahara - start a big night out here.
Bavette’s, a steakhouse in the Park MGM, is never too hard to get a table at, though the steak is some of the best and you’ll feel taken care of here.
You want massive hunks of red meat and to get almost as dressed up as you did for prom - have dinner at Jean Georges Steakhouse on the Strip.
When you want a reliably fantastic place to have a really big night with a group of friends, head to Momofuku in the Cosmopolitan.
When you want to completely ball out, make a reservation far in advance for Sterling Brunch, a $125 crazy upscale buffet in Bally’s.
Best Friend can only be described as “LA-meets-Korea-meets Vegas” so head here with a big group and stop for a slushie in the bodega out front.
Served is a tiny spot in Henderson that serves fantastic breakfast food like bread pudding french toast.
The menu at Catch in the ARIA is almost all seafood, and the entryway is one of the most beautiful you’ll ever see.
Mott 32 in the Venetian works just as well for a blowout Chinese dinner as it does for a reasonably-priced meal of dim sum at Happy Hour.
If you only have one blowout brunch, it should be at Bouchon in The Venetian.