International cuisine takes center stage here, whether it’s a tableside stir-fry show or a romantic Italian dinner--but there are plenty of casual eateries where you can grab an early-morning coffee or late-night snack. If you get a half-time hankering while betting on the big game, the SuperBook Deli offers 25 signature sandwiches as well as a breakfast menu. Before you head out for the night, stop by Fortuna--a coffee and wine café--for the free nightly wine tasting.
Benihana Village - Japanese pagoda huts, rock waterfalls, and a koi fish pond greet you at this 3-level Japanese-style steakhouse. Start your meal at the sushi bar, then take a seat at a teppanyaki table and watch trained chefs flip, slice, and dice stir-fries right at your table. Who says fine dining means you can't play with your food?
TJ's Steakhouse - Furnished in rich mahogany, this classic Las Vegas steakhouse features prime beef cooked over an open mesquite flame. TJ's is also an ideal spot to get your Vegas surf and turf or a plate of steaming crab legs.
Casa Nicola - Classic Italian fare is served alongside innovative Mediterranean dishes at this semi-formal restaurant. Sip wine and savor the antipasto as you watch your dinner being prepared in the exhibition kitchen.
Garden of the Dragon - Mongolian beef and shrimp chow mein are just two of the Chinese favorites offered in this elegant restaurant, which overlooks the Benihana gardens. Be sure to try the plum wine ice cream for dessert.
The Buffet - It's hard to complain about an all-you-can-eat dinner that includes complimentary beer and wine, especially when it's offered every night of the week. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, The Buffet serves classic American fare alongside Chinese and Italian favorites.
Paradise Café - This 24-hour American diner serves burgers, salads, sandwiches and around-the-clock breakfast. Stop by after the casino or club for some late night-buffalo wings or jalapeno poppers.