The 18 best Italian restaurants in Las Vegas

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1. Ferraros

Family-owned for over 30 years, Ferraro’s is a Las Vegas staple and a must for all Italian food lovers. Treat yourself to an exquisite wine list in the Ora Sociale or happy hour in the restaurant every day from 5 to 7 p.m. Their philosophy “eat, drink and have fun” shows in every sip and every bite. 4480 Paradise Road, 702.364.5300

2. Kitchen glass

Located on the 56th floor of the Palms Casino Resort, the Vetri Cucina not only offers exceptional views of the lights of Las Vegas, but also of the breathtaking mountains beyond – and the menu is equally impressive. The highlights of the carefully compiled menu are the Swiss chard gnocchi with brown butter and ricotta salata, as well as the fazzoletti with lamb ragu. Palms Casino Resort, 702.944.5900

3. House of love

Casa Di Amore is open from 11 a.m. to 4 a.m. and is a vibrant hot spot in every respect. The slogan “Vegas like it used to be” is a promise. In addition to the excellent food and the sultry ambience, the Casa Di Amore also offers its guests amenities such as free transport to and from the hotel and nightly jazz performances. 2850 E. Tropicana Ave., 702.433.4967

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4. Amalfi by Bobby Flay

Bobby Flay invites guests to take him on a trip to Italy – without having to leave Caesar’s palace. The ambience of Amalfi will immerse guests in the warm glow of Italian culture. After you’ve dined on crispy soft shell crab or authentic pasta, roasted fish or spaghetti with sea urchin, you can leave the restaurant convinced you have just dined on the Mediterranean coast. (Opening TBD) Caesars Palace

5. Esther’s kitchen

Chef Trees of Esther’s Kitchen has set up a restaurant where guests are welcomed like family and eaten like royalty. Named after Trees’ great aunt Esther, the restaurant offers an extensive dinner and lunch menu, as well as a carefully selected wine list. As it says on their website, “Democratize the drinking of wine with Esther”. 1130 S. Casino Center Blvd., Ste. 110, 702,570,7864

6. Coast of the sea

With seasonal seafood imported daily from Italy so you can get the most authentic meal possible, Costa di Mare is the only destination for a seafood lover. (Reopening March 18) Wynn Las Vegas, 702.770.3305

7. Local Italian cuisine

Everything about Locale is superb, but the weekly specials make it a focal point for Vegas locals and tourists alike. Accompany her to the tomahawk for two days. Here, each guest can enjoy a first, second, and dessert course for $ 99 per person. Or, if you’re more of a brunch person, drop in on Sundays for some delicious specials (we’re pretty sure there isn’t a hangover that steak and eggs can’t solve). 7995 Blue Diamond Road, Ste. 106, 702.330.0404

8. Fresco

Come for the wine and stay for the hand-baked flatbreads and stone oven pizzas. Chef Steve Young runs Fresco’s cuisine with freshness at the heart of every dish with locally sourced ingredients and attention to detail. You can now dine at TripAdvisor’s # 1 Rated Italian Restaurant in Las Vegas or order takeaway if you want to bring Fresco with you. Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, 702.732.5276

9. GIADA at Cromwell

From the perspective of celebrity chef Giada De Laurentis, this restaurant stimulates all the senses, offering breathtaking views of the Strip, delicious Italian dishes with Californian influences, and a warm and welcoming environment. The GIADA is located on the second floor of the Cromwell and is open for food and takeout. The Cromwell Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, 855.442.3271

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10. Carbones

Carbone: A place where fine dining, vintage charm and glamor come together to give you an unforgettable dining experience. Carbone’s menu is open Wednesday through Sunday and offers delicious Italian-American classics like scallops, New York strips on the bone and veal marshal. ARIA, 877.230.2742

11. Trattoria Reggiano

Previously voted Best Strip Restaurant in Las Vegas, Best Italian Restaurant, and Best Power Lunch, Trattoria Reggiano is well decorated and dedicated to tradition. As promised on their website, “You won’t find foo foo top chef creations, but you will find real, authentic Italian specialties.” (Reopening on July 16). 2020 Park Center Drive, downtown Summerlin, 702.749.6966

12. Lupo by Wolfgang Puck

With Chef Wolfang Puck – winner of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the James Beard Foundation and an accomplished restaurateur since 1982 – at the helm of Lupo, you are guaranteed to enjoy every bite of whatever you want to order. You really can’t go wrong with Lupo’s impressive menu, but we recommend trying the Bistecca steak with aged balsamic vinegar and wild rocket. Mandalay Bay, 702.632.7200

13. Rao’s

Raos Las Vegas is the offspring of one of the oldest family-owned restaurants in New York City, originally opened in 1896 and doing justice to its predecessor. Rao’s Nevada location, located in the legendary Caesar’s Palace, has tradition at the heart of every meal. Stop by Rao’s for their Sunday gravy and family style Italian dinner on offer every Sunday. 3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 702.731.7267

14. Matteo’s Italian restaurant

Inspired by its sister location in Los Angeles and previously called The Factory Kitchen, Matteo offers its guests a warm atmosphere for a refined evening. Restorer Matteo Ferdinandi and Chef Angelo Auriana brought their Italian roots to Las Vegas and planted them in The Venetian’s Restaurant Row.
The Venetian, 702.414.1222

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15. WASHING

Famous for being in the heart of the vibrant Las Vegas Strip, LAVO has hosted celebrities like Madonna, Drake, Tony Bennett, and more. But guests don’t just come for the prime location; The food and drinks at LAVO are guaranteed to satisfy and impress. One such dish is the £ 1 restaurant. Meatball featured on The Travel Channel for its extravagance and of course its incredible taste. Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, 702.791.1800

16. Osteria Costa

Osteria Costa, one of the jewels in the Mirage’s crown, offers its guests a lively evening: from the food to the furnishings, everything on Costa is designed to bring you to warm southern Italy. The menu features a range of Italian classics, including juicy linguine and mussels, ribeye fiorentina, fettuccine bolognese, and more. The Mirage, 866.339.4566

17. Eataly Las Vegas

Have you ever finished an extraordinary meal and wished you knew this secret ingredient that made it so good? Well, Eataly Las Vegas not only offers its guests indulgent dinners in their restaurant, but also a grocery store with everything you could ever crave: dry Italian pasta, impeccable imported cheese, sweet jams, condiments, vinegars, oils and much more. Park MGM, 702.730.7617

18. Scarpetta

While there are locations all over the world – from Miami to New York City to London to Newport – every Scarpetta offshoot you go to is welcomed like family, and Scarpetta Las Vegas is no exception. The restaurant offers its guests food for the soul in an incomparable setting. Visit them on Mondays and Tuesdays for a free bottle of wine and enjoy real hospitality. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 702.6987960

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