“Off the Strip” Dining in Las Vegas is Underrated

Dining on the strip is amazing. But there are incredible dining options in the off-the-strip neighborhoods, too. You just need to venture out, and with a little patience, you’ll be justly rewarded.

Here are five great dining options in Las Vegas, not on the strip

 

1. Echo & Rig

Love meat? You’ll love this steakhouse. It’s located in Westside, at 440 S. Rampart Blvd. Everything here is amazing and the steaks are top quality. While the restaurant fare is upscale, the staff and the service are not the least bit stuffy. You’ll enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with top quality fare and drinks. Also, surprisingly affordable for a steakhouse.

2. Bajamar Seafood and Tacos

Savor seafood tacos, ceviche and much more at this hot new dining spot in the Southwest neighborhood of Las Vegas, at 8180 Blue Diamond Road. Try the spicy shrimp tacos: spicy sautéed shrimp, mozzarella, garlic, and chile. It’s incredibly fresh with a tantalizing kick of spiciness with every scrumptious bite. The Tsunami Tostado is equally amazing. The shrimp tacos range from $4.50 to $6.00.

3. Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

You can bring your dog to this eatery. You’ll need to sit outside on the patio, as no pets are welcome inside. They even have a special dog menu! It’s located at 6509 Las Vegas Blvd, in the Southeast section of Vegas. Chain restaurant or not, Lazy Dog has outstanding fare, entertaining and courteous service, and is affordable. Enjoy a bison burger, barbecue cauliflower, or the PB&J Burger with Candied Bacon. You won’t be disappointed.

4. Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar

Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar has been providing the Las Vegas area with a truly unforgettable fine Italian dining experience since 1985. Located at 4480 Paradise Road, in Eastside, Las Vegas you’ll be lucky to discover this unique dining gem. Influenced by the Ferraro family’s Southern heritage, the restaurant serves fresh pasta, pizza, sausage, bread, and other Italian favorites. Dining in Las Vegas should always include a visit here.

5. Tatsujin X

One of Vegas’ hidden gems, and is a great example of world-class restaurants found off-the-strip. Located at 4439 W. Flamingo Road, in Vegas. You must try the Tatsujin rice, tofu steak, sea trout tartar, crispy crab, or the ribeye. In short, dining in Las Vegas, perhaps now more than ever, includes off-the-strip casual dining.

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