Wynn Vegas restaurants serve meals with style, running the gamut from traditional Las Vegas buffets and elegant steakhouses to fusion Asian restaurants and innovative bistros. The menus are especially strong in fresh seafood, Italian fare, and nouvelle Asian cuisines. Most of the eateries at the Wynn Las Vegas feature a plethora of vegan and vegetarian dishes. When it all sounds good, sit down to a meal at the Wynn Buffet. It serves up a little bit of everything, with 15 cooking stations where chefs craft food right before your eyes.
Fresh ingredients are crafted into Italian-style dishes served at this casual eatery that’s a favorite place to gather before a show or after a late-night of gaming. Chef Enzo Febbraro’s casual eatery crafts exciting dishes from fresh ingredients.
A fusion of flavors, Andrea’s serves Asian food with an upscale twist, including duck confit lo mein and lobster rolls with Wagyu beef. Vegetarians will appreciate the wide array of choices they have at one of the finer Wynn Las Vegas restaurants.
Led by namesake chef Paul Bartolotta, this eatery specializes in the fine food served along the Italian coast, including the freshest seafood flown to the Las Vegas Strip daily and innovative pasta dishes. Meals are served indoors in the comfortable restaurant or outside overlooking a beautiful pond.
An artist rather than a chef provided the name for Botero. The Colombian painter and sculptor’s works are on display throughout the restaurant, which serves up steaks and seafood both indoors and out.
Wynn Hotel Restaurants - Country Club
Overlooking the Wynn Golf Course, Country Club (pictured above) brings the traditional fare to the Wynn Las Vegas with a modern twist, featuring a steakhouse menu overseen by Chef Carlos Guia.
Styled as the wine and food hideaway, LA Cave is quiet and relaxing hideaway. Here, the eatery offers a casual dining experience on the garden patio or the stylish dining room. Meat and cheese choices figure prominently into the offerings of LA Cave.
Escape from the ordinary with a seafood dinner at the fine dining restaurant overlooking the colorful Lake of Dreams. Like many of the Wynn Vegas restaurants, Lakeside brings in fresh seafood often and features extensive vegetarian options.
A casual eatery, dressed in sumptuous red and dark wood décor, Red 8 serves both traditional and innovative Asian cuisine. Specialties include dim sum and Korean barbecue.
Named for the Las Vegas legend himself, Sinatra is a fitting tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes. The four-star restaurant inside the Encore Resort features many pieces of Frank Sinatra memorabilia along a menu focused on Italian food.
Chef Bryan Forgione puts his twist on comfort food with this casual restaurant; the winner of Iron Chef America proves his chops every day with a menu from breakfast to dinner, all at a price to love.
Dine on the patio or inside, overlooking the lovely Lake of Dreams. With every bite, you’ll see why New York Magazine named SW the best steakhouse in Las Vegas.
With brightly colored decor with a sense of whimsy, Tableau serves up traditional bistro fare for both breakfast and lunch.
Terrace Pointe Café
For a peaceful meal, enjoy dining inside or out for breakfast and lunch. Terrace Pointe Café is well situated, overlooking the pools and the Wynn’s lush gardens.
A contrast to the bold red paint and dark wood tables, a 27-foot-long crystal dragon watches over the diners at Wazuzu, gathered to enjoy dim sum, fresh sushi, and other Asian food favorites.
Combining the techniques of Western cooking with the flavors of Chinese cuisine, this fine-dining restaurant is one of the favorites of the Wynn Vegas restaurants. Wing Lei has the distinction of being the only Asian restaurant in North America to receive a Michelin star.