The number and variety of dining options in Vegas are frankly overwhelming, with every major hotel and resort trying to outdo the others with their restaurant scene. So, where is a time-strapped bachelor/ette party planner to start? Here are seven of our favorite places for large groups in Vegas.
Delicious Mexican food with outdoor seating — a welcome escape from the casinos (and a chance to remind yourself what natural light looks like!). Perfect for a hair of the dog (if you wish) brunch after an evening experiencing Vegas’s nightlife.
Besides the beautiful patio and the great food, LAVO has a $30 unlimited mimosa brunch on the weekends. Or you can get a dinner and nightlife package with TAO, making your life infinitely easier.
We had to have a steak restaurant on the list, but this one would have been included in any case. Heritage comes with stamps of approval from multiple bachelor parties (although girls can eat steak too), including the toughest restaurant critics we know. It’ll be good. (Bonus pick? Carnevino is another highly recommended steak choice.)
Need a break from the Strip? Head over to Hofbrauhaus — a couple blocks off the Strip, it’s a replica German beer hall complete with pretzels, sausages and (obviously) beer. You can sit in the tree-lined courtyard to get some fresh air before starting your evening.
Amazing vibe — the restaurant is truly adorable — and stellar food, particularly well suited for a bachelorette group looking for a farm-to-table respite in the city.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
In the fantastic Cosmopolitan, this twist on a supper club (you can come for drinks, dinner and make sure to linger a bit to watch the performances), this place is just cool for a bachelorette dinner — and there are private spaces available. Just make sure you have a group that doesn’t mind sharing plates!
The beauty of this gigantic Italian restaurant is that everyone walks away happy. The selling points are clear. It’s cost effective. You’re guaranteed a hearty meal that satisfies all your friends from the most adventurous foodie to the one who still isn’t sure about this whole sushi thing. You actually can’t go wrong here.
We know — this is already too many places for one weekend. Another visit is clearly in order. Nom nom!
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Experience a big-city hotel stay that doesn’t feel like your typical urban visit at Chicago’s Claridge House, nestled in the sought-after Gold Coast neighborhood. The hotel’s sophisticated décor and serene residential ambience foster the atmosphere of an oasis amid the hustle and bustle of a busy metropolis.
The sands of life may be shifting, but the world has come up with innovative ways to sleep under the stars. Ice castles and underwater hotels are one novelty way to slumber, as well as sandcastle hotels. These temporary, pop-up structures usually coincide with a promotion like National Sandcastle Day to unveil a whimsical way to sleep right on the beach.
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