Whether you’re looking for a memorable pasta dish or a fresh seafood dish, enjoy our selection of the best Italian restaurants in Las Vegas.
If you’re looking for a gastronomic adventure in the vicinity of San Diego, Los Angeles and Orange County, see our list for the greatest Italian restaurants.
1: Locale Italian Kitchen
Locale Italian Kitchen is an out-of-strip design built in a cooperative effort with Las Vegas food and drinks luminaires Andy Hooper and chef Nicole Brisson. Incidental to the legendary ristorante, Locale recalls the classic ambiance and serves several Brisson delicacies, like beef cheek ravioli and charred octopus and an Italian wine list. The ingredients are sourced responsibly in Brisson’s distinctive manner. Take the egg- rich tajarin, eggs of chrysanthemum grazing chickens and flaxseed that produce darkest high protein yolks, for example.
2: Amalfi by Bobby Flay
After 16 years, Mesa Grill has closed its doors to make place for the first Italian concept of restaurant chef Bobby Flay, Amalfi. The new café, which was opened late spring of 2021, conjures Italy with a menu of antipasti selections such as crispy soft-shell crab salads; homemade fresh and dry pasta; and entire fish from the seafood display that will be accompanied by a fishmonger. The delightful location, created by Olivia Jane Design & Interiors, offers unlimited spaces from the approximately 50-foot bar to the 40-seater lounge, main dining area, high ceilings, wide wine display and an open kitchen view. Chef Flay seems to have done it again. Also, read Best Tacos near me.
Family owned for over 30 years, Ferraro is a mainstay in Las Vegas and a must visit for all Italian food enthusiasts. Order wine, martinis and drinks and more from the Ora Sociale or Happy Hour, a cuisine that can all be enjoyed on the gorgeous patio or by takeover. Stay at the dining room and choose one of Ferraro’s authentic meals, rich in legacy and authenticity, such as the manzo carpaccio, the sliced sirloin, the arugula salad with Parmigiano Reggiano and a truffle oil, or a must-try at any time. One of the homemade pastas of the restaurant, the spaghetti aglio e olio is our choice. Ferraro’s also offers a specific vegan, friendly menu for people who are plant based.
This Italian mainstay, noted for its fresh, uncomplicated cuisine, comes from award-winning chef Steve Young. Every food is created from fresh, locally sourced ingredients, all slow-cooked in the bed of fresh, natural juices, grass and garden veggies to offer you a flavour of every bite, including the bone-in veal chop parmigiana, oso bocu, frutti di mare, and lemon and rosemary rosemary. Also read romantic hotels near me.
5: GIADA at The Cromwell
With a view to the strip, delicious Italian meals with California influences and a warm and welcoming ambience, this restaurant excites all your senses from the thoughts of Giada De Laurentis, the renowned chef. Located on the second level of the Cromwell River, GIADA is available for dinner and dinner. The lemon spaghetti dish dusted with Parmesan and basil and served on juicy shrimp is recommended. The open kitchen idea of the restaurant even provides you an inside view of how fresh pasta is created.
6: Lupo by Wolfgang Puck
The first Italian restaurant of the legendary chef, Wolfgang Puck, has history in this Las Vegas restaurant. Lupo is famous for its tableside service and a menu, offering diners the pleasure to watch masterpieces like the Meditteranean Sea Basin come to life. A focal point bar is in the centre of the restaurant surrounding a glass wine room that can accommodate bottles from whatever place your heart desires. You can’t go wrong in the famous locale between the meal and the wine. Also read Breakfast Near Me.
7: Bootlegger Bistro
Since 1949, this family-run café serves the authentic cuisine of Valley Chef Maria Perry. The bistro is open daily (11AM to 11PM) with the old Vegas feeling so it stops for luncheon to specialties like capellini al Pomodoro rustica with tomatoes, garlic, fresh basic, olive oil and Maria’s famous chef marinara sauce; or it is a good time to dine and enjoy the savoury foods including lasagna and linguine alla vongole, cooked with whole baby clams and sautéed salads.
8: Eataly Las Vegas
The world’s largest Italian restaurant market, this MGM Park attraction includes over a dozen authentic restaurants ready to provide fresh and savoury food. Choose the semi-private chef’s table for the complete experience. Not just delicious but instructional and hands-on, diners are led to cook as authentic Italians by skilled chefs. Guests browse in each speciality market at Eataly with the chef for fresh goods then watch a bounty created in the open kitchen before their eyes. This 12-seater table is an interactive Italian cooking voyage, one-of-a-kind, worth a visit.
Helmed by Michael Vitangeli and GM Mario Disi, the chef has many complicated foods—such as marsala duck and foie gras ravioli or a spectacular short rib brasato, with braised short ribs and purees of truffles, broccolini and port discounts, and plain ones, such as taglioni agli scampi, a lovely combination of prawns, roast garlic, heirloom-tomates, caps, and basil in one litre. If you celebrate, we recommend Scarpetta’s trademark tasting menu (up to 9PM) and four other hand-crafted dishes, including the octopus grigliata, the branzinos and the bombs of the Nutella bombolini.
The night at Lavo can start and end. Start in the ambience bar area for libations below — like Lavolini prepared with prosecco, fruit of passion and St Germain — which have been created as sophisticated as Italian food in the restaurant. Next, try snacking a table on the terrace for one of the nicest views of the town – and tenderly melting Chilean sea bass in your tongue. Known for being in the heart of Las Vegas, LAVO saw Madonna, Drake, Tony Bennett and others.