With thousands of restaurants and scores of buffets, you'll never go hungry in Las Vegas -- unless you're too overwhelmed to choose.
If that's the case, and even if it isn't, our comprehensive listings of all the city's eateries will come in very handy.
You'll find details not only of times, prices, addresses, and cuisine types, but also, for example, which buffets have a seafood night or a weekend champagne brunch and which restaurants are veggie-friendly, open late-night, or offer outdoor seating.
And you can check out other readers' comments and ratings, as well as adding your own.
This is catch-all category for coffee shops and snack bars: eggs, soups, burgers, dogs, mac and cheese, wings, fries, pies, etc.
From high-end lounges in five-star casinos to dive bars in strip malls, they all have one thing in common: booze!
Las Vegas isn't known for BBQ, but a few good restaurants grill ribs, chicken, brisket, and tri-tip over open flames.
Las Vegas is the Buffet Capital of the World. Click here to view hours, prices, and specialty nights all in one place.
These are the places for shrimp, sausage, rice, okra, and green peppers in gumbos, jambalayas, and stews.
From fast-food counters and storefront eateries to expensive casino restaurants and fusion Asian, Vegas has it.
Every major hotel-casino has a 24-hour where you find the loss-leader steaks, prime rib, shrimp, and other meal deals.
Continental is heavy on French and Italian, but you might also find some Spanish, German, Swiss, and Polish thrown in.
Bagels have been around since Jewish Mafia days, but bona fide New York- and kosher-style delis are now here too.
Fancy something sweet? Many casinos have ice-cream shops; some even have bakeries with fresh pastries and cakes.
A little east of Continental and a little north of Mediterranean, these cuisines encompass the region from Germany to Russia.
Las Vegas has attracted more French celebrity chefs and restaurants than almost anywhere in the world.
These are the best Greek and kosher restaurants in Vegas, for your lamb, eggplant, olives, yogurt, and filo fix.
Only the Mirage and Rio casinos serve this cuisine; all the other Indian eateries are scattered around town.
With Las Vegas' long-standing Italian pedigree, cucina Italiana -- antipasti, pasta, tiramisu -- is heavily represented.
This city's high-quality Japanese and sushi offerings have grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years. Check 'em out.
The cuisines of North Africa, the Middle East (Egypt, Turkey, Syria, and Israel), and southern Europe (Spain and especially Greece).
Comida Mexicana here is plentiful, authentic, inexpensive, filling! Mex, Tex-Mex, and everywhere, on and off the Strip.
The menus at these eateries include some combination of Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, and Korean cuisines.
For something a little different, these include Hawaiian/Polynesian, Jamaican/Cuban/Caribbean, Ethiopian, and various fusions.
Late-night NY-style foldable slice? Topping-laden Chicago-style pie? Something fancy from the coast? Even kosher pizza? Vegas has it all.
Here's a selection of snack outlets and food courts serving salads, sandwiches, dogs, crepes, and popsicles.
Fresh fish? In the desert? Absolutely! And there's plenty of it. Get your fish fix at any of these three dozen seafood restaurants.
Brazilian churrascarias (steakhouses) are popular here; you can also try an Argentinian and a couple Peruvian places.
Las Vegas has always been a meat-and-potatoes town, and steakhouses are the most venerable and abundant restaurants.
Food writers, foodies, and Asiaphiles agree that Las Vegas has some of the best Thai restaurants in the United States.
If animal abstinence is your dietary or philosophical preference, Las Vegas has plenty of restaurants for you to choose from.