Every year, Las Vegas hosts hundreds of conventions and corporate events, drawing visitors from across the globe. With that, meeting planners are tasked with finding various restaurants for their group’s dining needs. And, as a world-class culinary destination, Las Vegas offers a variety of restaurants that can cater to a spectrum of flavors, dietary restrictions, group sizes, budgets and needs. Many of the destination’s restaurants offer private or semi-private dining areas, or full buy out options with outdoor space that can accommodate large groups. So, whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, you have options galore! You’re in Las Vegas, after all.
Enjoy remarkable vantage points of Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at this popular café. Signature dishes include thick cut French toast and sticky buns. A private dining room is available which seats up to 30 guests.
Sadelle’s Café at Bellagio
Award-winning cuisine awaits! Dine indoors or on the garden patio, selecting from a reception or seated-style event, based on your group’s needs. They have three group-dining menu options ranging in prices and options.
The menu centers around flavorful and fresh ingredients. Menu highlights include eggs benedict and deep-dish pancakes, plus it offers a fully vegan menu. The private dining room seats up to 32. There are also semi-private options to dine on the patio and garden, and in the main dining room, both fitting up to 120 guests.
With indoor and outdoor dining options and a large 5,500-square-foot patio with covered cabanas, Salt & Ivy can accommodate a total of 263 seated guests, or 100 in the main dining room, plus additional seats on the patio. Menu offers elevated American classic breakfast dishes. They also have customizable menus for groups larger than 14.
This restaurant offers spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip due to the stunning floor-to-ceiling windows. The menu, contemporary American cuisine, features known and signature Gordon Ramsay’s dishes, plus his twist on the latest food trends. Its private dining room holds up to 42 or buy out the restaurant to fit 250 guests, includes option of private dining menu.
Hell’s Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay at Caesars Palace
The private room, seating up to 24, is perfect for presentations with its 360 HD projections, interactive light and sound options. Asian cuisine using thousand-year-old hotpot tradition, boasting rare selections of A5 Wagyu meats and fresh seafood.
Authentic coastal Italian cuisine in an intimate, yet spacious atmosphere, with poolside seating. Featured items include breakfast pizza, green eggs, pastas and more. The private dining room seats up to 14. A full buy out is also available for up to 300 guests.
It has three private dining rooms that seat from 10 to 50 guests, but if you buy out the restaurant, there’s room for 250 seated, or 500 reception-style. It’s encouraged to wear casual, elegant attire. The menu has several offerings including fresh seafood and various meats.
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés at SAHARA Las Vegas
RPM Italian at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
Discover modern, sharable Italian cuisine highlighting a variety of fresh, handmade artisan pastas. Popular dishes include Squash Blossoms, Rigatoni Alla Vodka, and Honey Ricotta Ciabatta. Private dining available for groups up to 250 with customizable menus. Note, indoor seating only.
LAVO at The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
Restaurant and lounge intermixed, with Mediterranean décor, LAVO is known for its chic atmosphere. Enjoy Italian cuisine including their signature 1 lb. meatball, assortment of pasta, poultry dishes, a raw bar and more. Private dining is available indoors and outdoors. The private dining room seats up to 28. There are also indoor semi-private dining options, however, for a full buy out, the restaurant can fit up to 725 guests.
This 1950’s vintage glamour fuses with a modern atmosphere and boasts five private dining rooms ranging from 22 to 65 seated guests. There’s also a 3D, glowing, rose-like ceiling created by local artists, and gold marble. Offering wet-and dry-aged steaks, American Wagyu, or order off the vegan menu, regardless, this spot is a true crowd pleaser.
Barry’s Downtown Prime at Circa Resort & Casino
Combines authentic Cantonese dishes with over 400 wines. Two private rooms seat a combined 34 guests (12 and 18 respectively). Gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan menu options, as well as its Hakkatini Nights menu.
Offers an elevated take on rustic American dining with high-quality ingredients. Popular menu items include artisanal salads, fresh oysters and charcuterie board. Private dining room seats 24 and then they have a semi-private lounge area which has space for 80, with shuffleboard and flat-screen TVs. Option to buy out the restaurant with space up to 300.
Las Vegas restaurants cater to budgets from affordable casual to high-end fine dining. With careful planning, you’ll find the perfect restaurant experiences for your group or event. Las Vegas means more than good food; it also means good business.