RESTAURANTS

Las Vegas now offers some of the most "epic" of fine dining establishments in the country. This page caters to OUR most current updated top picks in town!

The King of Clubs Las Vegas relationship with these and many other establishments can provide you and your party "preferred seating" to enhance your enjoyment of cuisine offered by world class chefs.

Your dedicated King of Clubs Las Vegas Host will assist you and your party with recommendations perfect for that discriminating palate- and arrange for those difficult to book reservations at a time that's best for you!

Andrea's

With an alluring "Hip Asian style vibe dining," Andrea's restaurant is an extension of the excitement of Surrender Nightclub. In a seamless integration with the nightclub space and experience, the restaurant offers culinary excellence and a sensory immersion of exotic Asian-inspired flavors, imaginative cocktails, and high-end service.

Executive Chef: Joseph Elevado
Signature Dishes: Sushi, dim sum, shellfish on ice, shared Asian specialties like Crispy Blue Crab and Scallop, Truffled Ponzu Rock Shrimp Tempura; Kobe Beef Sliders; wok, rice and noodle platters and other eclectic fare including prime aged steaks and seafood.

STK

With outposts in New York City, Miami and Los Angeles, STK is a new style Las Vegas steakhouse from The One Group and Executive Chef Stephen Hopcraft.

The bustling bar scene is the centerpiece, the menu is inspired and the atmosphere relaxed with a sexy vibe created by the in-house DJ.

STK Las Vegas is a celebrity hotspot that breaks with tradition, offering a flirty, feminine take on the classic American steakhouse.

Hours Of Operation:
Sunday - Wednesday, 5:00 pm - midnight
Thursday, 5:00 pm - 1:00 am
Friday & Saturday, 5:00 pm - 2:00 am
Average Cost: $55 to $100
Menu: Fine Steak House.

Mon Ami Gabi

Mon Ami Gabi Las Vegas, where dark woods and comforting tapestry warm your senses to the return of simple French food. The menu features Classic Steak Frites and Fruits de Mer offered in a variety of styles in addition to many other authentic French selections.

Enjoy the airy interior of Mon Ami Gabi Las Vegas with the towering French windows opening out onto the Las Vegas Strip and the fabulous view of the scenery including the Lake show across the street.

Mon Ami Gabi Las Vegas also offers outstanding amenities for banquets or multiple size functions as well as restaurant buyouts.

Hours Of Operation:
Lunch daily 11:30 am - 3:00 pm.
Dinner
Sunday - Thursday, 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday, 5:00pm - 12:00am
Average Cost: $25 to $35
Menu: French Cuisine.

Joe's Stone Crab

Few restaurants in the country have the reputation and history of the original Joe's Stone Crab restaurant in Miami. Knowing my penchant for Joe's stone crab, my Miami friends always included a visit to this landmark restaurant. Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak Stone Crab debute in Chicago in 2000. Choosing Las Vegas as the next location in 2004 was a cool decision.

Situated in a prime location in The Forum Shops at Caesars, Joe's features its own valet service on the Strip, patio dining and many other innovations. Desserts are scrumptious, especially the pies. Waistline watchers, rejoice. All pies are available by the half slice.

Hours Of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday, 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday, 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
Average Cost: $35 or more
Menu: Seafood, Fine Steak and Stone Crab.

Nobu

Celebrity magnet, enough said. Attracting A-list players well acquainted with Nobu Matsuhisa's signature New York masterpiece, Nobu rolls out the red carpet for serious sushi-eaters in Las Vegas. With menu items like salmon tartar with caviar, Arctic char, black cod miso and kobe beef done up tataki or New York style, your taste buds will think they've died and gone to heaven.

* Reservations are at a premium at Nobu. King Of Clubs Las Vegas guests are always treated royally.

Hours Of Operation:
Open daily, 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Average Cost: $35 or more
Menu: Japanese, Sushi, American.

Red Square

Lenin's head may be missing from the massive entrance sentry, but there's nothing absent from this sophisticated Soviet-inspired dining room. Before heading to a table, stop by the ice bar for a vodka blitz. Proudly pouring pages full of premium vodkas, Red Square is the hands-down winner for creative cocktailing. How about a key lime martini? a classic Cosmo or for a real kick, try sipping on a tall blonde, straight up and sassy. As for the food, there's nothing like the chicken kiev, beef stroganoff or angus filet to keep a comrade feeling warm and comfy.

Hours Of Operation:
Open daily, 5:00 pm - midnight
Average Cost: $25 to $35
Menu: Continental, Russian.

El Segundo Sol

Ok let's review - the words Taco and Bar tell most of what you need to know about this Mexican gem located in the Fashion Show Mall. Offering 10 taco varieties - everything from lobster to vegetarian, hand made tortillas (they make more than 3,000 every day!) and a signature Margarita that is rumoured to be the best in Vegas.

This place belongs on the "Oh yeah" list for any visit to Vegas.

Hours Of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday, 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Friday & Saturday, 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Average Cost: $15 to $25
Menu: Amazing Mexican.

Hakkasan Restaurant

Hakkasan Las Vegas will be the company's most momentous venue to date, as it will be the first location to incorporate an extravagant nightclub component. Converging dining and nightlife, it will be the embodiment of sophistication, glamour, world-class cuisine and impeccable service, thus creating a sexy and stylish environment.

Hakkasan sits at the forefront of the industry having redefined traditional Cantonese cuisine executed with modern flair. Recognized as one of the most influential Chinese restaurant groups, the fine-dining phenomenon has Michelin stars for both of its London locations including its flagship in Hanway Place and its new addition in the heart of Mayfair. It also has restaurants in Miami, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Mumbai and a New York location opening in March 2012.