By Zeke Quezada. Food courts in Las Vegas are easily the best way to cut down on the cost of a vacation. You don't need every meal to be a production. Sometimes you just want a hot dog on a stick or a slice of greasy pizza. While the food at food courts is not always the highest quality it still manages to do the trick.
Las Vegas has long been known as a city of forgotten nights, lost dreams, and washed-up star residencies - but only recently has it become more of a food destination. We have you covered with everything from where to have a blow-out steak dinner to where to recover and escape the craziness for a couple of hours. Everything about Vetri Cucina makes it feel like an exclusive club. The same goes for Cleaver - to experience this place fully, you need to bring a group.
Great food and ambience. It was super fun and we would recommend it to anyone that asks where they should eat in Vegas. Very high-end and extremely pricey venue. Very quiet atmosphere allows for fully understandable conversations and an intimate atmosphere. Best-in-class service without any showy gimmicks.