The Rio is full of great dining options, the most well known is probably Martorano’s, celebrity chef Steve Martorano’s signature spot. Part restaurant, part nightclub, all Italian, a meal at Martorano’s is a unique experience that you won’t find anywhere else. The food is oldschool Italian, try the fried calamary, pasta with custom-prepared sauces, and Steve’s signature meatballs, which have been subject to heavy praise.
If you prefer the flavors of the ocean, check out Buzio’s Seafood Restaurant, an elegant restaurant featuring New England seafood and fresh oysters. For the adventurous palette, Gaylord India Restaurant, the famous San Francisco staple, also has a restaurant in the Rio Las Vegas. Try the tandoori chicken for out of bounds bold flavors, you guys.
If you want a tast of a classic Vegas buffet, stop by the Carnival World Buffet or Village Seafood Buffet. Or if you want a nice, juicy steak at the top of the world, you can go to the VooDoo Rooftop Steakhouse. Try the prime beef tartar appetizer for a rare treat (pun intended!) and enjoy a gorgeous view from the 51st floor.
For more casual, affordable fare, you can head to the Cafe Sao Paulo, The Sports Deli, McFadden’s, an Irish pub featuring traditional pub grub, or the Burger King Whopper Bar, a unique experience where you can build your own Whopper.