VEGAS RESTAURANT ROUNDUP: 3 Caesars Palace Eateries Make OpenTable’s Top 100

Posted on: November 16, 2023, 08:47h. 

Last updated on: November 17, 2023, 03:00h.

Online restaurant reservation service OpenTable announced its annual list of Top 100 US restaurants on Thursday, and six Nevada names made the grade. All are located in Las Vegas, and three are located at Caesars Palace.

Hell, Caesars! Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen is one of three Caesars Palace restaurants to make OpenTable’s 2023 Top 100 list. (Image: Caesars Entertainment)

The only states with more entries on the list were California (14) and Florida (7), while New York, Illinois, and Ohio also had six.

OpenTable didn’t rank any of the 100 restaurants it listed. So where each one stands among the 99 others, or even among others from their own state, remains unknown.

The Vegas winners, in alphabetical order, are:

  • Eiffel Tower
    Paris Las Vegas
    Cuisine: French
  • Golden Steer
    308 W. Sahara Ave.
    Cuisine: Steakhouse
  • Hell’s Kitchen
    Caesars Palace
    Cuisine: Gordon Ramsay
  • Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab
    The Forum Shops at Caesars
    Cuisine: Seafood
  • Partage
    3839 Spring Mountain Road
    Cuisine: French
  • Restaurant Guy Savoy
    Caesars Palace
    Cuisine: French

According to OpenTable, its list was derived from “12 million verified diner reviews and dining metrics.”

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