Caesars Palace Restaurants

Caesars Palace strives to treat it’s guests to all the best, and fittingly, at Caesar’s you can eat like an emperor. The highlights are the Mesa Grill and Rao’s. The Mesa Grill is the Las Vegas home of Food Network chef Bobby Flay. The Mesa offers chef Flay’s interpretation of classic Southwestern food, like New Mexican Spice Rubbed Pork and Spice Crusted Tuna. You can wash down the out-of-this-world bold flavors with a margarita made using some of the finest Tequila Mexico has to offer. Those top shelf margs go down so smooth.

Rao’s is a taste of New York Italian in Vegas. Renowned actor and restranteur Frank Pellegrino keeps the 110-year legacy of Rao’s alive by serving up oldschool Italian classics like lemon chicken, veal chops, and house-made risottos. Enjoy a glass of Rao’s signature wines with your meal, wine made exclusively to pair with Rao’s delicious Italian flavors.

Payard Patisserie and Bistro at Caesars Palace brings you the flavors of a traditional French restaurant and bakery. Enjoy a Croque Monsieur followed by homemade sorbet and chocolates. The Lago buffet is one of the most famous buffets in Vegas; seriously, hotel guests from all over the strip head to Caesars just for the buffet. Or if you are in the mood for something light and fresh, head to Hyakumi Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar for Sushi hand prepared by master chefs