Restaurants in Nevada

Las Vegas has some of everything, from high-dollar celebrity chef cuisine to affordable home cooking and a number of hidden-gem restaurants aimed at local tastes and locals’ wallets. Nevada’s culinary personality north of Las Vegas is very different, the notable eating opportunities found in Basque Hotels in towns along Interstate 80. Here you find groaning-board, family-style feasts with multiple courses of steaks and chops, paella, stews, soup, beans, French bread, and plenty of red wine. These meals were entrenched in the north for the Basque shepherds who came to town from their fields to take a bath and eat the food of their homeland.

Nevada’s Most Famous Dishes

Fried Chicken

Bakery-fresh loaf of Italian bread, resting on the bag it was sold in

Bread & Rolls

Salad plate includes slices of orange drizzled with dark balsamic vinaigrette.

Salads

Stack of 5 pancakes with pitchers of syrup and melted butter

Pancakes

Nevada’s Best Restaurants

M & M Soul Food Cafe

LAS VEGAS, NV

Ronald’s Donuts

LAS VEGAS, NV

Settebello

HENDERSON, NV

Toki Ona Diner

ELKO, NV

Cracker Box

CARSON CITY, NV

Mushrooms are stuffed with crab and topped with melted cheese
Bob Taylor’s Ranch House

LAS VEGAS, NV

Ross J’s Aloha Grill

HENDERSON, NV

Jamm’s Restaurant

LAS VEGAS, NV

The Oyster Bar

LAS VEGAS, NV

Luv-It Frozen Custard

LAS VEGAS, NV

Battista’s Hole in the Wall

LAS VEGAS, NV

Curry Zen

LAS VEGAS, NV

John Mull’s Meats/Roadkill Grill

LAS VEGAS, NV

Eat

LAS VEGAS, NV

Sushi Mon

LAS VEGAS, NV

El Coyote Charro

MESQUITE, NV

Chile Verde Express | Best Mexican Food in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NV

MTO Café

LAS VEGAS, NV

Fox Smokehouse BBQ Brisket Sandwich
Fox Smokehouse BBQ

BOULDER CITY, NV

Southwest Diner

BOULDER CITY, NV

Mochiko Chicken

LAS VEGAS, NV

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