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Las Vegas has become one of the culinary capitals of the world with options ranging from casino buffets to five-star dining – and everything in between. It’s easy to find food options during your stay at the Summer NABC.

This guide is arranged in two sections. First, dining options in the Westgate Las Vegas are listed. Next, a few restaurants around town are listed with an emphasis on those closest to the hotel.

Remember, if you want to get around town, the Las Vegas Monorail is fast and easy. In fact, there’s a stop right in front of the hotel. With frequent service, you’re never more than 15 minutes away from the tournament site.

In the Westgate Las Vegas

All the restaurants may be contacted through the hotel’s main phone line at 702-732-5755.

Benihana

Indulge in a feast for the senses at the world-famous Benihana in Las Vegas, the first name in exhibition-style, Japanese cuisine. Benihana boasts hibachi tables, where a full-range of unique and traditional dishes are prepared to order nightly by masterful chefs. Enjoy appetizers such as fresh sushi, sashimi, and tekka-maki and exceptional entrees such as hibachi chicken, teriyaki steak and filet mignon.

Burger Bistro

Spicing up traditional American fare, Burger Bistro raises the classic burger joint to new heights with an array of meat options, delicious sides and a variety of appetizers.

The menu features six different burger types to choose from including Angus beef, California lamb, yellow tail tuna, turkey breast, lump & black fin crab and kosher vegetarian. Customers can choose from mouth-watering burger toppings ranging from special bistro sauce to foie gras terrine with sweet apples. French fries are made from giant Idaho potatoes, cut fresh and fried to order, served skinny or thick, with the customer’s choice of natural, truffle or Parmesan garlic.

The menu also includes tasty salad options, fried sweet hot house pickles, fajita nachos and jalapeno peppers. A fine selection of wines and 30 types of beers are also available.

The Buffet

Our buffet not only incorporates all your favorites into the mix, but we also feature flavors from around the world. From Chinese cuisine to seafood specialties, the Buffet has something for everyone.

Lunch offers a variety of dishes, including carved London broil roast and roasted breast of turkey, steak, chicken, seafood and pasta entrees. Dinner specialties comprise prime rib, carved turkey, steaks, Chinese wok entrees, complimentary draft beer and California wines nightly and so much more. Experience the best choice among Las Vegas buffets of the Strip.

888 Noodle Bar (in Benihana Village)

888 Noodle Bar features pan-Asian noodles, congee and rice dishes, as well as other Asian specialties prepared by our expert chefs, all before your eyes in an open exhibition kitchen.

Signature dishes are made with roast duck, braised Mandarin beef, curry chicken and fresh sea bass stir-fried to perfection. Authentic Asian noodles are comprised of such popular varieties as Singapore, udon, Szechuan and chow mein.

Fortuna

Fortuna offers a coffee and wine experience in the hotel lobby, featuring Starbucks coffee, international bottled water and boutique wines. When seeking cafes in Las Vegas, consider Fortuna’s expanded menu of refreshing salads, hearty sandwiches and delicious pastries. Open 24 hours.

The Ice Cream Shoppe

The Ice Cream Shoppe in Las Vegas proudly features 12 all-natural ice cream flavors, along with traditional sundaes, delicious milk shakes, ice cream soda favorites and Seattle’s Best Coffee. Open daily.

Paradise Café

From buttermilk pancakes to Paradise burgers and French dips, the menu items at Paradise Café in Las Vegas are diverse and delectable. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks in a colorful tropical setting complemented by friendly service. Peruse our tempting appetizers, hearty soups, bountiful salads, massive sandwiches, or flamed steaks and burgers.

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Perk Place Coffee

Perk Place serves Seattle’s Best Coffee and an assortment of fresh pastries andmsnacks. Stop in and relax over a cup of joe or get one to go. Refuel and recharge at one of the most conveniently located cafes in Las Vegas. Open daily.

Pizza Hut Express

We are happy to offer guests our very own Las Vegas Pizza Hut Express, giving you easy access to your favorite personal pan pizza served hot out of the oven. Our Pizza Hut is located in the North Tower and open daily.

Superbook Deli

Have a hearty appetite but don’t want to miss the game? Superbook Deli is conveniently located in the heart of the world’s largest Race & Sports Book. Enjoy a wide variety of freshly prepared New York-style Las Vegas sandwiches made only with high-quality ingredients in a quick-service restaurant atmosphere.

Our deli features Dietz and Watson Premium deli meats and artisan cheeses, as well as breakfast items such as breakfast sandwiches and pancakes. The full deli menu, comprising 25 signature sandwiches, is served daily. Late-night food is also available, consisting of delicious breakfast favorites, salads, sandwiches, and burgers.

Teru Sushi in Las Vegas

Authentic Japanese sushi with Las Vegas inspiration comes alive at Teru Sushi. The fish is always fresh and the combinations truly delight the palate. Our chefs perform their artistry every evening to provide creative, and delicious sushi choices, including the spider, shrimp tempura and rainbow rolls as well as the traditional favorites of California roll, spicy tuna and tuna sashimi.

TJ’s Steakhouse

Slip into a classic dining experience at TJ’s Steakhouse in Las Vegas. Exquisite starters include the assorted seafood platter, blackened ahi tuna, or the famous calamari steak. For entrees, TJ’s uses only the finest USDA beef, each hand-cut steak broiled to perfection over an open mesquite flame.

TJ’s also offers herb roasted chicken, herb encrusted or steamed halibut, filet of salmon, sea bass, or Colorado lamb chops. And indulge a little longer as our desserts include luscious chocolate-dipped strawberries, New York cheesecake, and chocolate soufflé to name a few.

Vince Neil’s Tatuado Restaurant & Cantina

Vince Neil’s Tatuado Restaurant & Cantina is a Las Vegas tequila bar created by a legendary rock star. The atmosphere is cool, casual and fun. Try one of the innovative margaritas. The rockin’ bar in Las Vegas also offers a comprehensive list of tequilas and beer.

Pair your drink with a delicious appetizer with menu items ranging from spicy tortilla chips and salsa to Vince’s Dragstrip Superstar Taquitos and Smoking In The Boy’s Room Fish Tacos. And don’t forget to try the Red Hot Oyster Shooters, consisting of oysters drowned with Tatuado Silver Tequila, fresh lime juice and a splash of Tabasco. For the main event, you have to try one of Vince’s delicious Rock Star Burritos or Road Show Enchiladas. An additional menu of all-American favorites is also available.
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Around Town

Buca de Beppo
702–866–2867
412 East Flamingo Road

Monday-Thursday 5-10 pm; Friday 5-11 pm; Saturday noon-11 pm; Sunday noon-10 pm. Family-style traditional Italian dining with lots of pasta and daily specials. You won’t leave hungry.

Chinatown
Spring Mountain between Wynn and Arville Daily 9 am-midnight. There are many Asian restaurants in this enclave including Sam Woo Chinese BBQ and Harbor House. Also, there are sushi bars, Vietnamese and Korean restaurants and stores carrying Chinese specialties and souvenirs. An interesting area to visit.

Florida Café Cuban Restaurant
702–385–3013
1401 Las Vegas Blvd. South
(inside the Howard Johnson’s Hotel)

Daily 9 am-10 pm. Lots of authentic Cuban food, great pork masitas, picadillo, black beans and rice, fried sweet plantains, etc. Ample portions, enough to share, and very good desserts.

Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
702–312–5247
3987 Paradise Road

Monday-Friday 11 am-11 pm. Weekends open until 1 am. American cuisine with an international flair, large selection of locally brewed beers.

Hofbrauhaus
702–853–2337
4510 Paradise Road

11 am-11 pm. Celebrating Oktoberfest every day, a fun-filled German atmosphere with a great collection of authentic German beers. Not a place for a quiet conversation or a quick meal.

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steaks & Stone Crab
702–792–9222
3500 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Sunday-Thursday 11:30 am-10 pm; Friday-Saturday 11:30 am-11 pm. Extensive seafood selections flown in fresh daily, Florida stone crabs, steaks and famous key lime pie. Reservations suggested.

Landry’s Seafood House
702–251–0101
2610 West Sahara Avenue

Daily 11 am-10 pm. New Orleans–style specialties featuring shrimp, crab etouffee and live lobsters cooked to order.

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Lawry’s Prime Rib
702–893–2223
4043 Howard Hughes Parkway

Sunday-Thursday 5-10 pm; Friday-Saturday 5-11 pm; Dramatic art–deco design, rich woods and vibrant colors in addition to the award–winning food and exceptional service has made Lawry’s a dining legend. A bit pricy, but worth it. Reservations recommended.

Lindo Michoacan
702–735–6828
2655 East Desert Inn Road

Monday-Thursday 10 am-11:15 pm; Friday 10 am-12:15 am; Saturday 9 am-12:15 am; Sunday 9 am- 11:15 pm. Just 10 minutes from the Las Vegas Hotel, offers a free return shuttle service from the restaurant to the Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Station Access at the intersection of Paradise Road and Desert Inn Road. In Mexico they say, “If you want good food, go to Michoacan.” In Las Vegas we say, “If you want good food, come to Lindo Michoacan.”

 Lotus of Siam
702–735–3033
953 East Sahara Avenue

Lunch Buffet 11:30 am-2:30 pm Monday through Friday; Dinner 5:30-9:30 pm Monday through Thursday; 5:30-10 pm Friday through Sunday. Dinner reservations highly recommended. This Thai restaurant, with wonderful curries and appetizers, is one of the best Thai restaurants in the West. Not much atmosphere, but good service and very good food at a reasonable price. Great lunch buffet and always crowded. No reservations for lunch.

Makino’s Restaurant
702–889–4477
3965 South Decatur Blvd, #5
(in the Renaissance West Mall)

Lunch: Monday-Thursday 11:30 am-2:30 pm; Friday-Sunday 11:30 am-3 pm; Dinner: Daily 5:30-9:30 pm. Finest taste and highest quality sushi and seafood buffet restaurant in Las Vegas. Makino is the original gourmet sushi and seafood buffet, committed to serving the freshest ingredients and the highest quality food. You are expected to indulge in sensational taste of the finest Japanese cuisine.

Marie Callender’s
702–734–6572
600 East Sahara Avenue

Daily 8 am-10 pm. Good pot pies and sweet pies. This chain is also known for their great corn bread and hearty soups.

McCormick & Schmick’s
702–836–9000
335 Hughes Center Drive

Monday-Friday 11 am-4 pm; Sunday-Thursday 5-10 pm; Friday-Saturday 5-11 pm. Excellent fresh seafood that varies depending on availability. Copper River Salmon and Mahi–Mahi are usually served this time of year. This popular restaurant fronts on Flamingo Road.

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Morton’s the Steakhouse
702–893–0703
400 East Flamingo Road

Daily 5-11 pm. Well known for its wonderful steaks, Morton’s also features lovely side dishes and fine desserts.

Nora’s Cuisine
702–873–8990
6020 West Flamingo Road, Ste. 10

Monday-Thursday 11 am-10 pm; Friday 11 am-midnight; Saturday 4 pm-midnight; Sunday 4-9 pm. Nora’s Cuisine has been serving great Italian food since 1991. The Nora’s Favorites section is dedicated to some of the most beloved dishes. Whether you’d like to try something new or enjoy an old favorite, this is where you’ll find it!

Osaka Japanese Bistro
702–876–4988
4205 West Sahara Avenue

Daily 11:30 am-2 am. Very nice sushi bar with Tatami rooms and Hibachi table cooking, serving late-night specials from 10 p.m. till 2 a.m. for those who want to enjoy something unusual after the game.

Palm Restaurant
702–735–7256
3500 Las Vegas Blvd. South
(in the Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace)

Famed steak and lobster house featuring a very nice luncheon menu. When you start with the best ingredients available, you don’t need to rely on overly elaborate recipes or culinary fads. That’s why The Palm Restaurant’s menu features honest, satisfying dishes that reflect the best of our Italian-American heritage – from prime aged steaks and jumbo Nova Scotia lobsters to Italian classics like chicken parmigiana and veal martini.

Pamplemousse
702–733–2066
400 East Sahara Avenue

Lunch 11:30 am-2:30 pm; Dinner 5-10 pm. Casual French cuisine with lovely salads and desserts. This is not a restaurant to rush through between sessions. Service is excellent but slow. Reservations recommended.

Peppermill Inn
702–735–7635
2985 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Open 24 hours. Eclectic menu of sandwichesmand steaks, this restaurant has a nice fireside lounge if you can handle it in the middle of a Las Vegas summer.

Piero’s Italian Cuisine
702–369–2305
355 Convention Center Drive

Daily 5:30-10 pm. Piero’s is well known for excellent Italian specialties such as saltimbocca and pollo al carfiosi, fresh seafood and la zupa de pesce, the house-special combination of lobster, clams, mussels and shrimp in a lightbroth.

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Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion
702–691–2053
620 East Flamingo Road

Daily 5-10 pm. A well-known Hawaiian chef combines the wonderful specialties of the islands with the cuisine of Asia and the Far East. Menu changes daily so it’s quite an adventure.

Tony Roma’s
702–733–9914
620 East Sahara Avenue

Daily 11 am-10 pm. Specializing in BBQ, baby back and Kansas City style ribs, pulled pork sandwiches, and well known for their onion ring loaf.

Yolie’s Brazilian Steakhouse
702–794–0700
3900 Paradise Road

Lunch 11 am-2 pm; Dinner 4-11 pm. Home of the Churrascaria Brazilian Rodizio steak sliced from the skewer onto your plate, feijoda (black bean stew with pork and sausages), lamb and steaks.

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