21 "People Watching" restaurants in Las Vegas.
The fish at Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips in the Linq Hotel is great, but you’re really there for the chips which you can get covered in chorizo.
Crown & Anchor is an English-pub-themed bar close to the Strip where you can post up at the bar and eat pub food.
Pasta Shop in Henderson is perfect for a dinner of reasonably-priced pastas, wine, and catching up.
Whether it’s 4am or 4pm, Roberto’s - a short drive from the Strip - is open and serving tacos, burritos, and our favorite dish, the carne asada fries.
One the best late-night spots, Starboard Tack is a quick drive from the Strip, and where you’ll find things like Thai mussels and pu-pu platters.
Estiatorio Milos in The Cosmopolitan serves super high quality (and super expensive) Greek seafood.
With a nightly DC and a breezy patio, Herringbone’s seafood-heavy menu is about as close as you’ll come to the beach in Vegas.
The menu at Catch in the ARIA is almost all seafood, and the entryway is one of the most beautiful you’ll ever see.
The line at Eggslut in the Cosmopolitan can get long, but it’s worth it for the egg sandwiches you’ll find at the end.
Cut is a steakhouse in the Palazzo that’s very upscale, with things like tableside Old Fashioneds and Japanese wagyu beef.
Sit on Lakeside’s patio to see the Wynn’s nightly light and water show while eating from a seafood-heavy menu.
Shark, right next to Kaos in the Palms, is a great place for dinner before a night out, with a mostly-seafood menu with some twists.
Dino's is your "last drink of the night" spot - it's a dive right by the Arts District with pool tables, shuffleboard, and karaoke.
Frankie’s Tiki Room is exactly what you’re picturing - but it’s a lot of fun and the tiki aspects feel nostalgic, plus it’s open 24 hours a day.
This secret bar inside another bar - Commonwealth in the Fremont East District - is reservation-by-text-only and one of the cooler places you can go.