Restaurants at Bally’s

Bally’s provides a delicious and varied selection of restaurants with cuisine from around the world. Perhaps the most famous dining experience at Bally’s is the Bally’s Sterling Brunch served on Sundays. The Sterling Brunch has been served for over 25 years and is considered to be the best brunch in Las Vegas by many, including the Review Journal. Champagne, lobster, sturgeon caviar, fresh sushi, beef tenderloin, omelets, and mimosas are just a few of the specialties you will find at the Sterling Brunch. Make sure to make a reservation as this is one of the most popular meals in town. The setting for the Sterling Brunch is the Bally’s Steakhouse. One of the oldest steakhouses on the strip, it is the paragon of the classic Las Vegas steakhouse. You won’t find experimental fusion dishes, loud club music or casual service at the Bally’s Steakhouse. This is oldschool: Maitre D’s in tuxedos, fine tableware, excellent professional waiter service, and some of the best food in town including classic cuts like slow-roasted, aged prime rib, sirloin steak and the nightly Chilean sea bass dish.

One of the newer additions to the Bally’s restaurant lineup is SEA: The Thai Experience. SEA has been one of the most popular new restaurants in New York City for the past nine years, and it’s stylish interior has made it a setting for Hollywood movies like ‘Sex and the City’ and ‘Garden State’. SEA offers some of the best flavors of Thai and Vietnamese cuisine like lemongrass chicken, pineapple curry duck and volcanic chicken. They also serve some amazing house cocktails like the Thai lychee martini. On the other hand if you are looking for a great sushi experience, try Ichiban Sushi, also located in Bally’s.

Bally’s also has a great selection of casual restaurants, like Sbarro Italian, the Nosh Deli and the Sidewalk Cafe. Whether you want to celebrate with an upscale meal or just catch something quick to eat on your way out, Bally’s has you covered.