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Las Vegas’ Best Date-Night Dining

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Despite Las Vegas' enshrined reputation for what-happens-here-stays-here debauchery, plenty of the city's 42 million annual visitors arrive with their romantic partners in tow, less determined to find no-strings-attached fun and more interested in creating a memorable weekend together. That means cooking up a date totally unlike what you'd do back home and treating yourself to one fabulous night out. Where to begin? One of these six restaurants where romance is baked right into the experience.

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Carbone

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For its opulent décor and intimate seating, Carbone gets a date-night nod. Ask for a secluded booth beneath the red room’s crystal chandelier, and let your burgundy tuxedo-clad captain take you on a tour of Italian-American favorites like veal parmesan and lobster fra diavolo. To finish on a particularly dramatic note, order up the table-side bananas flambé for dessert and watch the sparks (literally) fly.

Bardot Brasserie

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Chef Michael Mina is the Michelin-starred man behind 29 restaurants in more than 11 cities, including the beloved Bardot Brasserie. Since opening in 2015, this Parisian-inspired eatery has been a local favorite for its casual chic vibe, sparkling bar, and menu of approachable French fare that’s more satisfying than stuffy. This place is date-night gold: fancy enough you’ll impress your partner, not so pricey that you’ll go broke before dessert. Which is a good thing, because you shouldn’t leave without devouring the massive chocolate macaron.

Picasso

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Bellagio
James Beard Foundation, Michelin, Forbes, Wine Spectator, they’ve all recognized Julian Serrano’s masterpiece of a restaurant where diners explore Spanish and French flavors in the company of about 20 original works by the name next to the door. When the Bellagio fountains start erupting and your glasses are full of a voluptuous Burgundy, there’s no more romantic table in town.
ARIA
Since Sage opened in 2009, chef Shawn McClain’s swank ARIA eatery has been a destination restaurant where the kitchen turns out creative contemporary fare that is equally refined and comforting. This a place where you’ll want to taste as much as possible, so order up a variety of dishes like foie gras brûlée and scallops with oxtail and salted caramel reduction, then demand your significant other share bites. The bar also stocks a wide selection of absinthe if you’re feeling frisky.

Harvest by Roy Ellamar

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Bellagio
You won't find too many date-night cliches at Harvest, but you will find perhaps the most farm-fresh meal on the whole Strip. Harvest specializes in out-of-this-world vegetable dishes, grass-fed beef and organic poultry, and market sides that are a breath of fresh air (especially if you've indulged perhaps a bit too much on all the decadence Vegas has to offer). It's an especially great choice for happy hour, with $7 signature cocktails and wines by the glass.

Rivea Las Vegas

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No one knows how to set the atmosphere more than chef Alain Ducasse. His Italian and French-influenced menu will make you feel as though you're dining somewhere along the Riviera rather than the Strip. Order family-style risotto and cozy up in a booth.
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Carbone

ARIA
For its opulent décor and intimate seating, Carbone gets a date-night nod. Ask for a secluded booth beneath the red room’s crystal chandelier, and let your burgundy tuxedo-clad captain take you on a tour of Italian-American favorites like veal parmesan and lobster fra diavolo. To finish on a particularly dramatic note, order up the table-side bananas flambé for dessert and watch the sparks (literally) fly.

Bardot Brasserie

ARIA
Chef Michael Mina is the Michelin-starred man behind 29 restaurants in more than 11 cities, including the beloved Bardot Brasserie. Since opening in 2015, this Parisian-inspired eatery has been a local favorite for its casual chic vibe, sparkling bar, and menu of approachable French fare that’s more satisfying than stuffy. This place is date-night gold: fancy enough you’ll impress your partner, not so pricey that you’ll go broke before dessert. Which is a good thing, because you shouldn’t leave without devouring the massive chocolate macaron.

Picasso

Bellagio
James Beard Foundation, Michelin, Forbes, Wine Spectator, they’ve all recognized Julian Serrano’s masterpiece of a restaurant where diners explore Spanish and French flavors in the company of about 20 original works by the name next to the door. When the Bellagio fountains start erupting and your glasses are full of a voluptuous Burgundy, there’s no more romantic table in town.

Sage

ARIA
Since Sage opened in 2009, chef Shawn McClain’s swank ARIA eatery has been a destination restaurant where the kitchen turns out creative contemporary fare that is equally refined and comforting. This a place where you’ll want to taste as much as possible, so order up a variety of dishes like foie gras brûlée and scallops with oxtail and salted caramel reduction, then demand your significant other share bites. The bar also stocks a wide selection of absinthe if you’re feeling frisky.

Harvest by Roy Ellamar

Bellagio
You won't find too many date-night cliches at Harvest, but you will find perhaps the most farm-fresh meal on the whole Strip. Harvest specializes in out-of-this-world vegetable dishes, grass-fed beef and organic poultry, and market sides that are a breath of fresh air (especially if you've indulged perhaps a bit too much on all the decadence Vegas has to offer). It's an especially great choice for happy hour, with $7 signature cocktails and wines by the glass.

Rivea Las Vegas

Delano Las Vegas
No one knows how to set the atmosphere more than chef Alain Ducasse. His Italian and French-influenced menu will make you feel as though you're dining somewhere along the Riviera rather than the Strip. Order family-style risotto and cozy up in a booth.

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