The Wolfgang Puck eaterie that reinvented Vegas dining in 1992, Spago has managed to stay smart with tourists and power-lunchers by regularly reinventing itself. And although Spago may have its detractors (as does anything in Las Vegas that’s more than five years old), it still manages to turn out quality food. Options in the formal dining room include seasonal specialties (lobster, truffles) and organic vegetarian offerings; in the indoor patio café, there are signature salads, pizzas and sandwiches.
Caesars Palace (Forum Shops)
3500 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||at W Flamingo Road|
|Opening hours:||Café 11.30am–11pm Mon–Thur, Sun; 11.30am–midnight Fri, Sat. Restaurant 5.30–10pm daily|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 202|
|Price:||Main courses Lunch $12–$38. Dinner $18–$72|