Along with André’s and the Bootlegger, Georges La Forge’s eaterie is one of a very few non-casino old Vegas classics, having served country-style French fare to such regulars as Wayne Newton and Robin Leach for decades. The camp-classic eaterie, whose name was suggested by Bobby Darin, isn’t on the radar for many visitors, but if you want to see Vegas as it was, this is one place to do so.
400 E Sahara Avenue
|Cross street:||at Paradise Road|
|Opening hours:||5–10pm Tue–Sun|
|Transport:||Bus SX, 108|
|Price:||Main courses $24–$38|