Unlike at some Korean BBQ spots, you don’t have to cook your own food at Best Friend - probably for the best since their drinks are strong, which isn’t exactly a recipe for success with a hot grill. The menu is a little all over the place, and can only be described by “LA-meets-Korea-meets-Vegas” - which means things like A-Frame OG baby back ribs from the “LA Sh*t” part of the menu and a whole rack of lamb with kimchi chimichurri from the large-format section. There’s also a fully-functioning bodega you walk through to get to the dining room, and it’s where you should pick up a slushie to go as you leave.
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El Dorado Cantina
El Dorado is right off the Strip, serves some of the best Mexican food in the city, and is open 24 hours, so it’s always a bit of a party.
When you want a reliably fantastic place to have a really big night with a group of friends, head to Momofuku in the Cosmopolitan.
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Echo & Rig
You all slept in and need a late brunch spot - head to Echo & Rig, an upscale steakhouse in Tivoli Village on weekends for brunch until 3pm.
Born and Raised
For a ton of TVs playing sports and way above average bar food, bring everyone to Born and Raised in southwest Vegas.
The Nomad on the Strip is one of the best places in the city to have a big blow out meal.
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When you want to completely ball out, make a reservation far in advance for Sterling Brunch, a $125 crazy upscale buffet in Bally’s.
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.
Lamaii is one of our new favorite places to eat spicy Thai food, especially since the Chinatown spot looks like a chandelier store.
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