11 Best Restaurants at The LINQ Las Vegas

Notable restaurants at the upscale Linq Promenade include the world-famous chef’s mesmerizing Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips. Other exemplary eateries at the Strip venue include the likes of Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar as well as Chayo Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar.

The Linq Promenade is a collection of entertainment zones and dining and shopping areas. The main attraction to this venue at the Las Vegas Strip includes the High Roller – a 550-foot observation wheel, and the Fly Linq Zipline, the only zipline experience.

The establishment is located between the Linq Hotel & Casino and the Flamingo Las Vegas. It was opened in 2013 and caused the change of name of the Linq from the Quad. This change mandated a renovation of the casino and hotel that cost $223 million.

We will take a look at the best restaurants near the Linq promenade, all of which are inside the Linq casino and hotel. The list is full of famous chefs’ restaurants as well as corporate-owned.

Best Linq Restaurants

1. Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips

Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips
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  • Website: Fish and chips at the Linq
  • Telephone Number: 702-322-0529
  • Business Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 10 pm, and Friday and Saturday from 11 am to 11 pm
  • Menu: Main Menu

The world-famed chef Gordon Ramsay owns many restaurants in Las Vegas, including Hell’s Kitchen, which is popular both on TV and among Las Vegas tourists. This is where you want to be if you are looking for the best place to eat fish and chips, however, be prepared to pay a good price for the delicious dishes.

The meals are classic English street foods that embody the fast-casual style of the establishment. It has been able to win a lot of awards throughout the years, including the 2017 award for the Best of Las Vegas Restaurants in a fun casual atmosphere.

A build your box option on the menu lets you select your meal items from dishes like fish, shrimp, lobster & shrimp, sausages, chicken, and Fishwich. The additions to the package include the mesmerizing avocado spread, cabbage, tomato relish, and the Noan bread.

In case the main meals do not entice you, opt for the sticky toffee pudding from Gordon Ramsay himself as your dessert. It comes with a milkshake combo, and you may also opt for the Biscoff shake that will leave you wanting more.

2. Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar 2
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  • Website: Vegas Kitchen & Bar at the Linq
  • Telephone Number: 702-794-3139
  • Business Hours: Monday to Friday from 11 am to 10 pm, Saturday from 10 am to 11 pm and Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm
  • Menu: Main Menu

This is where you will get the award-winning Bacon Mac’ N’ Cheese Burger that comes with crispy applewood bacon, onion straws, six-cheese mac ‘n’ cheese on top of more cheese, and the Donkey sauce. All of this is topped up on the garlic-buttered brioche bun from Guy Fieri’s personal selection.

Another signature dish from Guy Fieri at his Vegas Kitchen & Bar is the Trash Can Nachos. The presentation is a lot of nachos placed in a mini trash can. The mixture is a combination of tortilla chips, house-smoked pork, black beans, sour cream, jalapenos, a lot of cheese, pickled onions, cilantro, chipotle barbecue sauce on top of the pico de gallo.

Located inside the Linq + Experience, Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar offer you an extensive menu of classic shareable and light fare meals that cost less than $20. One of the fun favorite menu sections is the ‘ain’t nothing butta chicken wing.’ section consisting of buffalo wings, sriracha wings, and double-barrel BBQ wings for $19.99.

Also Read: Top 12 Best BBQ Restaurants in Las Vegas

3. Chayo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar

Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar
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  • Website: chayolv
  • Telephone Number: 702-691-3773
  • Business Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 9 am to 10 pm, and Friday/Saturday from 8 am to 11 am
  • Menu: Main Menu

Chayo is an authentic upscale Mexican restaurant that brings a bit of innovation into the Mexican Fare and World-Class Tequila space. The party atmosphere at the premises is welcoming with its high-energy fiesta ambiance. It is located in a two-story establishment with various bar areas and private dining rooms for events and meetings.

Patios are also included for those who want an unobstructed view of the 500-foot High Roller attraction. You will also get to have a prime position for people watching on the Linq Promenade. It is a great view that will engross you in the craze of Sin City over a great meal.

Signature entrees at this Mexican restaurant include the Chicken A La Veracuzana with chicken breast, white wine, capers, olives, and Mexican red rice. You may also choose the sweet corn enchiladas with sweet corn, Mexican cheese, green peppers, Pico de Gallo, smoked Morita Chile cream, and sour cream.

Lunch and dinner are served at Chayo from 1 pm until closure every day. Here, you will find appetizers like guacamole, chipotle wings, and Chayo Quesadilla that come with Mexcian cheese blend, roasted chiles, pickled vegetables, and cilantro cream with the option of adding chicken, chorizo, or steak.

4. Yard House

Yard House
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  • Website: Yard House
  • Telephone Number: 702-597-0434
  • Business Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 12 am, and Friday/Saturday from 11 am to 1 am
  • Menu: Main Menu

Are you in the mood for chicken lettuce wraps, some Nashville Hot chicken sandwiches, and some fried chicken tenders? Well, the Yard House at The Linq is the place to be. The American restaurant offers beer and flavorful meals over some classic rock music. Moreover, it is well situated at the Linq to give you a full view of the High Roller.

There are 160 taps of the most amazing American craft beers that go well with their extensive menu full of over 130 items. Vegetarian options are available. There are also sliders, burgers, pasta dishes, and even street tacos. On top of that, there is a daily happy hour from 3 to 6 pm where you can get to have drinks and app specials.

5. Flour and Barley – Brick Oven Pizza

Flour and Barley
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  • Website: Flour and Barley
  • Telephone Number: 702-430-4430
  • Business Hours: In the restaurant: Monday to Sunday from 11 am to 2 pm and 5 pm to 10 pm. Walk-up window: Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 10 pm, and Friday/Saturday from 11 am to 11 pm.
  • Menu: Main Menu

Flour and Barley bring you the brick oven pizza experience at the Linq with endless options. There is the pizza Rossa with San Marzano tomato sauce in different variants like the Margherita pizza, the Flyin’ Hawaiian, the big apple with double pepperoni and mozzarella, the Parma, and the Caputo Cup, which is their award-winning gluten-free pizza.

The menu is American and Italian based, with an added option for beer as your accompaniment. The draft beers at Flour and Barley are available by the pitcher or glass. You may also get the beers in bottled forms. Some of the options include fruit beers, browns, and ambers.

6. Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go
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  • Website: Hash House a Go Go
  • Telephone Number: 702-254-4646
  • Business Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 7:30 am to 3 pm, and Friday/Saturday from 7:30 am to 10 pm
  • Menu: Main Menu

Hash House a Go Go brings you many brunch menu items, including its famous Farmhouse Egg scrambles. The dish is mixed with three fresh eggs that come with any three farm ingredients of your choosing. All of this is served with mashed or crispy fried potatoes on top of fresh fruit garnish.

Hashes at the venue are served in an old-fashioned manner using a cast iron skillet on a layer of crispy fried potatoes. This came with two eggs, biscuit, fruit garnish, and topped off with the restaurant’s signature rosemary garnish.

7. Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery

Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery
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  • Website: Tilted Kilt
  • Telephone Number: 702-826-2100
  • Business Hours: Monday to Wednesday from 10 am to 11 pm, and Friday/Saturday from 10 am to 2 am, Sunday from 9 am to 11 pm
  • Menu: Main Menu

Tilted Kilt is a great place to catch the late-night game with your workmates and best friends. This amazing environment is enticing for those looking for beer and bar eats in a Celtic-themed surrounding. The restaurant has waitresses, Tilted Kilt Girls, who offer an exciting and unique experience with their plaid, schoolgirl-like outfits.

The food is delicious and won’t be your second option to the eye candies. Choose traditional or grilled wings at Tilted Kilt and get them dipped in bleu cheese or ranch cheese. All of this is served with celery and carrots. There are handfuls that include BBQ bacon burger, Classic cheeseburger, and the chicken tender wraps.

8. Virgil’s Real Barbecue

Virgil's Real Barbecue
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  • Website: Virgil BBQ
  • Telephone Number: 702-389-7400
  • Business Hours: Thursday to Monday from 8:30 am to 11 pm and Tuesday to Wednesday from 11 am to 11 pm
  • Menu: Las Vegas menus

The most famed offerings from Virgil BBQ are:

  • The Carolina pulled pork that goes for $17.95.
  • The Texas Beef brisket melt for $23.95.
  • The Memphis style Pork spare ribs for $29.95.
  • The signature Virgil’s BBQ salad for just $21.95.

The restaurant is themed with southern-inspired delicacies with your favorite traditional desserts and sides. The popular eatery is located at the center of the Strip and attracts thousands of guests each month with its outdoor patios.

Visit Virgil every day from 3 pm to 6 pm for the happy hour specials ($5 drinks), where you can get to enjoy select appetizers.

9. Jaburritos

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  • Website: Jaburritos
  • Telephone Number: 702-901-7375
  • Business Hours: Monday to Thursday from 12 pm to 9 pm, Friday/Saturday from 11 am to 12 am, and Sunday from 11 am to 11 pm.
  • Menu: Main Menu

Jaburritos brings you a combination of Japanese and Mexican flavors all under one roof. You will get to taste special and one-of-a-kind sushi burritos at this restaurant, with many more selections that you will not get to see in any other restaurant.

The main dishes are 10-different chef specials that include the top sellers in the restaurant – the Rockport, Long Beach, and Redondo. There are also sushi cupcakes, just in case you don’t know it was a thing.

The ordering process is simple at Jaburritos since all you have to do choose one of the ten chef specials, select a burrito/bowl, personalize the order, and then get a side or drink. And you are done.

Also Read: 16 Best All You Can Eat Sushi in Las Vegas

10. Favorite Bistro

Favorite Bistro
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  • Website: Favorite Bistro Linq
  • Telephone Number: 702-844-4700
  • Business Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 8:30 am to 11 pm, and Friday/Saturday from 8:30 am to 12 am.
  • Menu: Main Menu

Favorite Bistro is a casual French cuisine restaurant that serves French dishes with a mix of an American Fair. The ambiance is a reminder of Paris cafes with items imported from bistros in France. Here, you will get to feast on impeccable dishes like the cassoulet, French onion soup, escargot, Croque monsieur, and mussels mariniere, just to mention a few.

A fan favorite at Favorite Bistro is its signature Hangover Burger that is meant to help you cure the overindulgence in Sin City. The big meal comes with bacon, fries, mayo, cheese curds, Swiss cheese, egg, and a topping of caramelized onions.

11. Buddy’s Jersey Eats

Buddy’s Jersey Eats
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  • Website: Buddy’s Jersey Eats
  • Telephone Number: 775 490 2873
  • Business Hours: Mon – Thurs | 11 am – 3 am and Fri – Sun | 10 am – 3 am

The cake boss brings The Linq Hotel + Experience his new food truck with its regular classic Jersey favorites.

Buddy Valastro brings his popular items like the cheesesteak, a staple of East Coast cuisines. This one is made with thinly sliced ribeye steak, grilled onions, and melted provolone cheese, all served on a soft and fluffy hoagie roll. It’s a deliciously savory sandwich that will transport you straight to the streets of Philly.

Another must-try item on the menu is the pork roll sandwich, a breakfast classic in New Jersey. Buddy’s version is made with thinly sliced pork roll, egg, and cheese, all served on a fresh bagel. It’s a hearty and filling sandwich that is perfect for starting your day off right.

Buddy’s Jersey Eats food truck also offers a variety of sides and snacks, such as mozzarella sticks, onion rings, and garlic knots. And if you’re in the mood for something sweet, try the homemade rice pudding or cannolis.

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Final Thoughts 

Despite the large number of upscale restaurants in the Linq Promenade, you may be more enticed with their smaller venues like the popular Maxie’s or Nook Express.

Though not a big restaurant, Off The Strip bistro & bar is also a good option for comfort foods like the chicken Parmesan and lobster ravioli. Hearty dishes populate the menu and you should try a drink or two at their three bars.

If you want more options, then you should head over to the Linq Promenade’s collection of Quick Bite eateries like Dunkin, The Linq Sandwich Co, Starbucks, Nook Express, In-N-Out burger, Haute Doggery, Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips, and Sweet Sin.

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