Last Updated on March 21, 2022
2022 UPDATE: Bally’s is going to undergo a name change and general overhaul to “Horseshoe Las Vegas”. These changes will begin in the Spring of 2022 and should be completed by the end of the year. So many restaurants inside Bally’s currently are closed.
Bally’s Las Vegas restaurants include one of the best brunches on the Strip and a fantastic steakhouse, among others. Here are the fine dining, casual dining, and quick bite spots at Bally’s that will satisfy your appetite.
Fine Dining in Bally’s
Sterling Brunch – Temporarily Closed
Sterling Brunch has a decades-long reputation as being a “must do” in Las Vegas. Unlike any brunch you’ve attended before, Sterling Brunch invites guests to dine on the most decadent dishes, including Sturgeon caviar in warm blinis, cranberry crusted rack of lamb, cognac, and Boursin cheese omelets, and more in this spread fit for royalty.
If you don’t want to dine at the buffet brunch, you can order meals a la carte and have them delivered to your room. Don’t forget to order the endless mimosas featuring Nicolas Feuillatte champagne.
BLT Steak – Temporarily Closed
BLT Steak is a fine dining steakhouse with an ambiance that’s warm, inviting, and perfect for an elegant yet laidback meal with friends or your one someone special. BLT Steak is highly acclaimed for their steak and their fresh seafood, including their sauteed Dover sole, which has earned a cult following.
BLT offers a world-class selection of wines, featuring more than 300 carefully selected bottles from the world’s top wine regions. You also don’t want to pass by the dessert menu that’s filled with pure decadence.
Nobu – Closed
Nobu, under the creative inspiration of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, brings something incredible to Japanese cuisine. When you dine at Nobu at Bally’s, expect an intimate experience where each dish is created to engage all your senses. The taste, aroma, and presentation of signature dishes like the Black Cod with Miso are unprecedented.
Nobu is a world-renown name in elegant Japanese cuisine. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the delicacies in the modern yet warm ambiance of Nobu at Bally’s.
Bally’s Casual Restaurants
The Burger Brasserie is located on the Promenade between Bally’s and Paris, making it one of the most popular casual dining spots for guests at the two hotels. Burger Brasserie has a classic sports bar vibe, only elevated more than a few notches.
What can you expect from a meal at Burger Brasserie? Some of the best classic burgers and sandwiches in the world, addicting sides, and milkshakes that put all others to shame. If you’re in the mood to splurge, try their famous Kobe Beef and Maine Lobster burger at $777.
Buca di Beppo – Closed
If you’re craving Italian food that rivals what your Nonna would make, Buca di Beppo is the place to go at Bally’s. Here, the atmosphere is warm and comforting, just like the food. Classic Italian dishes are served family-style, perfect for sharing with friends around a table while you sip their all-you-can-drink sangria and make incredible memories.
Tequila Taqueria Bar & Grill – Closed
Tequila Taqueria Bar & Grill is the Mexican hotspot at Bally’s. Choose a favorite or try something new from their menu of inspired Mexican classics. The food is great but don’t pass by the opportunity to try one of their signature margaritas, crafted with your choice of 37 premium tequilas.
Quick Bites at Bally’s Las Vegas
Nosh Deli is the perfect spot to grab a quick, fresh sandwich or salad when you’re on the go in Vegas. Nosh is ideal when you want something healthy but also filling. Their deli menu includes both hot and cold sandwiches, and if you don’t see what you want on the menu, you can always craft your own signature sandwich.
Sbarro at Bally’s is a perfect spot to grab a quick bite of your favorite pizza, stromboli, salad, or their famous buttery breadsticks. Sbarro is a cafeteria-style pizzeria, so you just walk up, order, and walk away with steaming hot pizzeria-style food. Their top-notch quality is what has made the Sbarro name so loved since the mid-twentieth century.
LavAzza is a coffee house at Bally’s that brews up all your java favorites. Whether you’re in the mood for a sweet bite and a latte for brunch or a shot of late-night espresso to power you through another round of casino play, LavAzza has the caffeine infusion you’re looking for.
Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs
Nathan’s is arguably the most famous name in hot dogs. With a superior reputation that has held strong for nearly 100 years, you can’t go wrong with a Nathan’s dog when you need a quick bite in Vegas. This location is also next to Bally’s Race & Sports Book, making it a great spot to grab a dog while waiting for the next game.
Hotels and resorts are hotspots of the dining scene in Las Vegas. Bally’s has many incredible restaurants, including fine dining and casual dining, along with a few places to grab a quick bite. If you happen to be there on a Sunday, don’t forget to make your reservations for the famous Sterling Brunch. There’s something for everyone, no matter what you crave.