Best Harrah’s Las Vegas Restaurants (2022 Update)

Located in the center of the Strip, Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is a convenient spot for exploring everything Sin City wants to offer. Harrah’s offers an old-school atmosphere reminiscent of Downtown Las Vegas. This charming spot is a refreshing throwback when compared to the surrounding mega-resorts on Las Vegas Boulevard.

Although there are limited options at Harrah’s in comparison to other hotels on the Vegas Strip, you will be sure to find something for everyone in your party. From a hugely varied food hall to an elegant steakhouse, you are sure to find something for your tastes.

Harrahs Las Vegas Restaurants

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Ruth’s Chris Steak House
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Founded in New Orleans 50 years ago, Ruth’s Chris Las Vegas restaurant brings the spirit of Louisiana to The Vegas Strip. With an elegant atmosphere, you can enjoy sizzling USDA Prime steaks, seafood, appetizers, and yummy desserts – all complemented by an award-winning wine list and handmade cocktails.

Located on the second floor of Harrah’s Las Vegas, this restaurant features two unusually designed and modern private dining rooms, encased in floor-to-ceiling windows. Enjoy stunning views of Caesars Palace and The Forum Shops as you tuck into their world-renowned menu.

Although steakhouse is known for its grills, the spot also specializes in delicious market fresh seafood options, including crab cake, pan roasted Chilean sea bass, shrimp and lobster.

  • Location: Second Floor
  • Opening Hours: 5pm-10pm
  • Price: $$
  • Dress Code: Business Casual
  • Cuisine: Steakhouse
  • Reservations: Recommended

Bobby’s Burgers

Bobby's Burgers
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Acclaimed celebrity Chef Bobby Flay brings his twist on the American classic hamburger, fries, and shake combo to Sin City. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you can enjoy all your favorite American dishes with that signature Bobb Flay twist.

His signature item includes the Bacon Crunchburger topped with potato chips and Bobby’s favorite homemade Cookies & Cream milkshake. Other diner favorites include Bobby Blue & Bacon Burger which is topped with blue cheese sauce and bacon, and the Nacho Burger with hot queso and jalapeños,

  • Location: Fulton Street Food Hall
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday 10am-12am, Friday-Sunday 10am-3pm
  • Price: $$
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Cuisine: Burgers
  • Reservations: No

Walk-On’s

Walk-On’s
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Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux was founded in 2003 in Baton Rouge by Brandon Landry, a former walk-on basketball player at LSU. With more than 60 TVs scattered around the restaurant, this is a fantastic spot for guests looking for a sports themed dining experience.

Tuck into a Louisiana-inspired menu featuring homemade favorites including Crawfish Etouffee, Duck & Andouille Gumbo and Krispy Kreme Donut Bread Pudding. Walk-On’s is a fantastic spot for the whole family.

The restaurant was also the first-ever Walk-On’s to have a breakfast menu, offering staple items like Voodoo Shrimp and Grits, Beignets, and their popular signature cocktail, the Mad Mary.

  • Location: Second floor of Harrah’s Las Vegas across from Laurel Lounge
  • Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday 8am-9pm, Friday and Saturday 8am-11pm
  • Price: $$
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Cuisine: Louisiana
  • Reservations: No

Pizza Cake By Buddy V

Pizza Cake By Buddy V
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Freshly made pizza and timeless dessert are what Buddy’s New York-style pizzeria is known for. Buddy Valastro, the owner of Pizza Cake, is known for his work with long-standing family business Carlo’s Bakery and his appearance on hit TLC show Cake Boss. Buddy’s will make you feel like you are in Little Italy in New York with vintage photos, classic furnishings, and an authentic playlist.

You can dine outside and a stunning view of the Strip, where you can admire the six-foot tall, six-layer, rainbow-colored vanilla cake sculpture. If you want a rush, pick up a slice from the to-go window or grab a single serving from the cake ATM. The New York-style pizza is crispy, well-balanced, and made using high-quality ingredients.

  • Location: Second floor of Harrah’s Las Vegas across from Laurel Lounge
  • Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday 12pm-12am, Friday and Saturday 12pm-4pm
  • Price: $$
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Reservations: No

Fulton Street Food Hall

Fulton Street Food Hall

Your family can grab all their favorite foods under one roof, with a marketplace filled with fresh dishes homemade by chefs all day long. Little ones will love the fun of creating own pizza, building the perfect sandwich, or crafting a tasty omelet.

Fulton Street Food Hall is a popular breakfast spot with an omelet station as well as skillets, fresh fruit and dishes from the griddle. There is also a pizza bar, sandwich/soup/salad bar, sushi and noodle bar as well as coffee station and drinks bar. Although the hall is open all day and all night, the stations have their own opening times. Check the website for times if you have a specific station in mind.

Whether you would rather dine in or take your meal to go, this food hall is an affordable option for people visiting Las Vegas on a budget. This spot is handily located on the casino floor, a fantastic spot to pop in before hitting the slot machines.

  • Location: On the casino floor
  • Opening Hours: 24/7, Breakfast served daily 6:30am – 12pm
  • Price: $
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Cuisine: Mixes
  • Reservations: No

Ben & Jerrys

Ben & Jerrys

Want to enjoy iconic Ben & Jerry’s ice cream the way it was originally intended? Dig into any of Ben & Jerrys delicious ice cream flavors in the same way the first scoops were served up by Ben and Jerry themselves in 1978. Cool down from the Vegas heat with a scoop.

Mix and match two of your favorite flavors from Ben & Jerrys range of more than 25 ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet. They also offer non-dairy ice cream for those with allergies. Not an ice cream fan? Enjoy smoothies, sundaes, shakes, and freshly made waffle cone instead!

  • Location: Up the escalator on the 2nd floor
  • Opening Hours: Monday -Thursday 10am-11pm, Friday and Saturday 10am-1pm, Sunday 10am-12am
  • Price: $
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Cuisine: Desert
  • Reservations: No

Ramsey’s Kitchen (Open in Fall)

Celebrity chef and TV personality Gordon Ramsay is set to open a new restaurant in Harrahs Las Vegas. This will be the multi-Michelin-starred chef’s sixth Las Vegas restaurant. Guests can expect a casually refined and inviting 240-seat restaurant. It will feature a seven-seat seafood counter, a private booth, and a private dining room where they can try new twists on Ramsay’s signature creations.

Called Ramsay’s Kitchen, the chef has revealed that the sport with “draws inspiration from Chef Ramsay’s personal kitchen and takes guests on a culinary journey around the world.” According to a press release, the menu at Ramsay’s Kitchen will offer a mix of original specialties “specifically curated for the Entertainment Capital of the World.”

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FAQs

Where can I party at Harrahs?

Carnaval Court is an open-air street party at Harrahs. The flashy bartenders make your visit here an experience you can only get in Vegas. Enjoy music day and night from live bands and DJs as you party at Carnaval Court.

The Piano Bar at Harrah’s is home to live, interactive shows including Big Elvis, Dueling Pianos and DJ Rusty’s All-Star Las Vegas Karaoke. Signature Bar is where you can find specialty beer cocktails, cold draft beers on tap, and a wide range of bottled brews. Numb Bar & Frozen Cocktails is your go-to spot for creative frozen cocktails, found inside the casino at Harrah’s. The walk-up bar makes it easy to grab a quick fruity Naked Colada or a buzzy Numb Cappuccino without stopping the party!

However, if you’re looking for a nonstop nightlife party or an upmarket lounge, we recommend looking elsewhere. Las Vegas has some of the best nightlife in the world, so you are sure to keep the party going 24/7

Does Harrahs have a buffet?

No, the buffet has been closed since the global pandemic. Flavors Buffet at Harrah’s on the Las Vegas Strip was a low-end buffet with lots of basic choices. It was one of the lower costs but lower quality buffets in Vegas. Thankfully, there are lots of other dining options at Harrahs, including their range of eclectic stations at Fulton Street Food Hall.

Also Read: Best Buffets in Las Vegas

Is Harrah’s expensive to dine in?

No. Harrah’s is home to predominantly casual dining. It’s a great spot to visit with family and on a budget as it has more casual, relaxed dining in comparison to other hotels on The Strip. Some reviewers and bloggers have criticized Harrah’s for being more expensive than alternatives, considering the quality of the dining experience and the portion sizes.

What is the dress code at Harrahs?

No, Harrahs is generally quite a casual spot when it comes to dress code. Ruth’s Chris Steak House has a business casual dress code, so we recommend putting in a bit more of an effort when visiting this spot. We recommend not wearing shorts, skimpy dresses or skirts and avoiding beachwear or gym wear.

What are the Amenities Package?

Order something special to make your stay at Harrah’s more memorable. Amenity packages are a perfect way to celebrate. Harrah’s offer assorted snack bento boxes, sweet, salty, and savory boxes, a sweet treat box or a party starting box. Get the treat boxes sent straight to your hotel room at Harrah’s!

Final Words

Harrah’s Las Vegas is a fantastic place to stay if you’re looking for plenty of live entertainment and a chilled atmosphere. The casino has a fantastic central location to The Strip, and you won’t have to go far to find amazing restaurants and nightlife. There are plenty of restaurants at Harrah’s, including one of the best food halls in Sin City.

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