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As one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet, Las Vegas is packed with exciting things to do, stunning sights to see and, of course, delicious foods to eat!

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In this article, we won’t be focusing on the casinos of Las Vegas so much as the amazing restaurants that call the city in the desert home. From swanky spots to roll-your-sleeves-up burger joints, Vegas is as varied in places to dine as it is in games to play!

So, without any more ado, let’s take a look at the first entry on our list of the very best places to dine in Las Vegas.

Le Cirque

Currently one of the hottest tickets in town, Le Cirque blends fine French cuisine with Las Vegas showmanship at its stunning lakeside location. A venture of famed restaurateur Sirio Maccioni, Le Cirque has received rave reviews thanks to its liberal usage of luxurious specialty items like caviar, truffle and foie gras.

With the whole thing taking place in a classy yet undoubtedly fun space that’s loosely based on a vintage circus theme, Le Cirque continues to wow the diners who flock here from across America and the world in search of an unforgettable culinary experience.

Mr. Mamas

The clue is in the name at this legendary diner that’s open for breakfast, brunch and lunch. Indeed, the food is just like mama used to make, with large servings of hash browns (reportedly the best in town) served up alongside mouthwatering omelets, sandwiches and even burgers!

Heading to Mr. Mamas is something of a rite of passage for any foodie visiting Las Vegas and we highly recommend a trip to this old-school diner, just be sure to get here early because it’s one of the most popular spots in the city.

EDGE Steakhouse

Who could come to Vegas without trying a steak? Nobody! This joint is perhaps the best choice in town for meat lovers and as such its reputation precedes it. EDGE is situated in the Westgate hotel and casino, just off Paradise Road, which we think is an apt name for the location of this heavenly steakhouse!

It is important to note that EDGE is not your average T-bone and fries joint. Here, the steaks are quality cuts of domestic Wagyu, some of the most delicious meat on the planet! Choose from a wide variety of classic and lesser-known cuts and dig in alongside delectable sides such as truffle mac and cheese and roasted bone marrow, an absolute treat!

What’s more, EDGE is regarded by many as home to the best wine cellar in Vegas, with over 500 bottles of vintage and rare vins gracing the shelves at this legendary spot that oozes quality from its every single pore.