Las Vegas is one of the top tourist destinations in the entire world. Its iconic and sinister history has made it out to be the crown jewel for gamblers and thrill-seeking enthusiasts alike. While everyone knows Sin City is home to some of the most well-known namesin entertainment, the strip is also home to some of the best restaurants in the entire world. Top chefs from around the world have featured restaurants and exclusive clubs. But what if you wanted to see the other side of Vegas? Below are the top 3 must-visit restaurants in Las Vegas that you may not have heard of.
Battista’s Hole in the Wall
Located behind the Flamingo just a ways off the strip lies one of the best kept secrets in all of Las Vegas: Battista’s Hole in the Wall. Guests of Battista’s not only enjoy the old-school Vegas atmosphere, but also rave about the amount of food that comes with every visit: diners receive minestrone soup or Italian salad, garlic bread, pasta side and homemade cappuccino included with every meal. On top of that, patrons of Battista’s Hole in the Wall also get unlimited wine. Talk about bang for your buck!
Open from 4:30PM – 10:30PM, Battista’s offers guests an warm and inviting stay with a friendly staff and plentiful amounts of food. For large parties, it’s recommended to make reservations in advance. For parties of 20+, Battista’s requires a reservation at least two months in advance.
If you ever find yourself on the third floor of the Cosmopolitan around 3AM, you may find a line full of hungry party-goers heading down a mysterious hallway. These party animals are all in line to get a slice of what most call the best pizza in Las Vegas, and what some say is the best pizza in the country. Secret Pizza offers guests the chance to dig in on some real New York style pizza without leaving the desert of Vegas. Its cheap prices and fast services allow guests to get in and get out without any issues.
With cheap prices (roughly $4 for a slice), Secret Pizza is a go-to destination for people who may be down on their luck on the strip, or maybe just need a cheap snack to keep the party going. The menu is simple while still offering some of the best options as toppings. The most popular pizza? The White Pizza!
Las Vegas steakhouses are known to be on the pricey side, and sometimes you don’t always get the best slab of meat. In Circus Circus, however, you can get a prime cut of beef for much more reasonable prices. Tucked away in the middle of the shopping area, The Steakhouse offers guests a classy, Vegas-style meal without the pretentiousness most steakhouses in Vegas exert.
Whether you’re in the mood for some prime rib or perhaps a porterhouse steak, The Steakhouse has exactly what you need. With huge portions, The Steakhouse leaves guests full to the brim with some of the finest steaks in Las Vegas.