Efforts, which range from mandated closings of restaurants, bars, and casinos across the state to restaurants spinning takeout and delivery, have fundamentally changed the way Las Vegas eats during the coronavirus pandemic.
Las Vegas is possibly one of the hardest hit cities in the country with a staggering number of resorts depending on the 42 million business and leisure travelers that have closed annually. Restaurant lovers may be the ray of hope in this story as fans continue to support their favorite restaurants as take-out and delivery are the norm, patios provide social distancing, and restaurants on and off the Strip reopen.
This is Eater Vegas’ guide to different ways to eat in the temporarily changing dining scene – whether it’s tips on how to buy food in restaurants, where to order takeaway and delivery by district or kitchen, or how different restaurants are in town respond to this new lifestyle.
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