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Last Updated on September 27, 2022

The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is one of the city’s most beloved resorts and casinos. And there’s much to love about the Cosmopolitan, including its rich and diverse collection of restaurants. We’ve gathered the entire collection in one place to use as your resource when choosing which Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas restaurants to enjoy. 

Cosmopolitan Restaurants

Fine Dining at the Cosmopolitan 


Dine on modern Italian cuisine with a view of the iconic Bellagio fountains in the background at Scarpetta. Located in level 3 of the Boulevard Tower, Scarpetta has earned the reputation of being one of the Cosmopolitan’s most romantic restaurants. 

The name Scarpetta alone speaks of the restaurant’s love of Italian food and all the romance and passion that goes into creating it. Scarpetta comes from the Italian expression, “fare la scarpetta”. 

This expression describes the act of taking an end piece of bread and using it to soak up all the deliciousness that remains in the bowl. It’s about savoring every last bite and enjoying life to the fullest. 

Scarpetta’s menu features seasonal ingredients that are crafted into their elegant, signature meals. A few favorites include the simple but perfect Spaghetti with fresh tomato and basil, the Short Rib Brasato, and any one of their decadent Italian desserts. Scarpetta also offers a Signature Tasting Menu that’s perfect for a special occasion. 

Scarpetta is open Sunday – Tuesday from 5:30 pm – 10 pm, and Friday & Saturday from 5:30 pm – 11 pm. Scarpetta offers a cocktail hour from 5:30 pm – 7 pm, Friday-Sunday. Scarpetta is closed Wednesday and Thursday. 


Momofuku, founded by chef David Chang, has earned the distinction of once being called the most important restaurant in the world by the New York Times. A fusion of Japanese, Korean, and American cuisine, Momofuku is a modern restaurant that beautifully brings a world of cuisines together. 

The clean lines, mildly edgy artwork, and less intimate atmosphere of Momofuku are a bit different than what you find in other Vegas fine dining establishments. The mood is more relaxed, the energy a bit different, but the food is as decadent as it comes. Truffle Ramen, Grilled Washugyu Ribeye, and Popcorn Octopus are just a few examples. 

Momofuku also features a large format menu with a selection of dishes that are meant to be shared family-style. Each dish serves anywhere from 2-6 people, so it’s a perfect sharing experience for a couples dinner or small party. 

Momofuku is located on level 2 of the Boulevard Tower and is open for lunch Friday-Tuesday from 11 am – 3 pm. Dinner hours are Sunday – Tuesday 5 pm – 10 pm and Friday-Saturday 5 pm – 11 pm. Momofuku presents a cocktail hour Fridays-Tuesdays from 5 pm – 7 pm.

Beauty & Essex

Beauty & Essex in the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is an unexpected treasure. Beauty & Essex put on the facade with a storefront designed to look like a Las Vegas pawn shop. What you find once you enter and are escorted into the dining room is that you’ve unearthed a rare, beautiful dining experience. 

Beauty & Essex has several jewelry box themed rooms, each one lavish and decadent. Gold, jewel tones, the glimmer of diamonds, and velvet invite you to indulge yourself and stay awhile. 

The menu at Beauty & Essex mirrors the ambiance, decadent but comfortable. Favorites include a Grilled Cheese Smoked Bacon Sandwich with Tomato Soup Dumplings, a giant 38 oz Tomahawk Ribeye, and Roasted Bone Marrow with shallot marmalade. 

Beauty & Essex, located on Level 3 of the Boulevard Tower, is open Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays from 5 pm – 10:30 pm. Hours on Fridays & Saturdays are 5 pm – 11 pm. Beauty & Essex has a cocktail hour on Wednesdays & Thursdays from 6 pm – 7 pm. 

E by Jose Andres

With only two seatings available nightly, E by Jose Andres is possibly the most intimate of Cosmopolitan Hotel Restaurants. E by Jose Andres is a small, private room adjacent to Jaleo’s. Enjoying a meal at E by Jose Andres is just as much about the experience as it is the food. 

As you enter the secluded, intimate dining area, you’ll be seated at a steel-topped bar, surrounded by warm, red hues in the background. It is from here that you’ll experience a Spanish avant-garde tasting menu brought to life through the fusion of culinary mastery and performance art. 

Due to limited seating and only two shows per night, one at 5:30 and the other at 8:30, reservations are taken months in advance. If you’re planning a trip to Vegas and want to experience E by Jose Andres, it’s best to make your reservations as soon as you know the details of your planned visit. 

E is open Wednesday – Saturday, with shows at 5:30 pm ad 8:30 pm. Each seating lasts approximately 2 hours. 

Red Plate

Red Plate is a fine dining experience centered around cuisine that showcases authentic Chinese flavors in an elegant, modern environment. With expertise in Chinese cuisine, Chef Yip Cheung brings the flavors and culture of the far east to your table at the Red Plate in the Cosmopolitan. 

Each dish on the menu at Red Plate has been meticulously created to deliver the restaurant’s signature flavors. Enjoy traditional regional dishes, especially those with a focus on Cantonese flavors. A few favorite dishes include stir-fried lobster with lemongrass and a whole Peking duck. For a little extra decadence, treat yourself to the oolong tea creme brulee for dessert. 

Red Plate is located on level 3 of the Boulevard Tower. Red Plate is temporarily closed but is expected to reopen at a later date, so make sure to check the Cosmopolitan website for up-to-date details. 


In Vegas, you expect the unexpected, and Rose.Rabbit.Lie doesn’t disappoint. Part ultimate fine dining experience, part modern performance theater, Rose.Rabbit.Lie has earned a reputation of being one of the most sought-after fine dining experiences among Cosmopolitan Vegas restaurants. 

Enjoy a decadent dinner at Rose.Rabbit.Lie, consisting of gems like caviar tacos, beef wellington that is nothing short of a work of art, or choose the Rose.Rabbit.Lie experience for a sampling of decadent signature dishes. 

Guests at Rose.Rabbit.Lie also get up close and personal seats for the live entertainment that’s always spontaneous, ingenious, and guaranteed to provide an extraordinary experience and all the memories to go with it. 

Rose.Rabbit.Lie is located in level 2 of the Chelsea Tower, and upscale cocktail attire is required. Due to Covid, Rose.Rabbit.Lie is temporarily closed but will reopen at a later date. Check the Cosmopolitan website for up-to-date details. 


If you think that fine dining has to be stuffy, then STK is here to show you that rules can, and should, be broken. STK is what is called a new-style Las Vegas steakhouse, and it embodies everything sexy and frisky about the Vegas dining experience. 

The decor at STK is modern but relaxed, almost fluid. The in-house DJ sets the mood with a bit of a sultry vibe that STK has become known for. Of course, we can’t forget to mention the food. STK has something to please every carnivorous appetite from their 6oz filet to a larget than life 34oz bone-in ribeye. 

For the full experience, choose the Chef’s tasting menu at STK, which is located on level 3 of the Boulevard Tower. STK is open Monday-Thursday 4 pm – 11 pm, and Friday-Sunday 2 pm-midnight. 


Zuma is a sophisticated, elegant Japanese restaurant located in the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. At Zuma, modern Japanese cuisine that steps outside the bounds of traditional but remains infused with the authentic flavors and characteristics of fine Japanese cuisine. 

Chef Rainer Becker brings culinary mastery to the table with dishes that are meant to delight and be shared. On the menu, you’ll find Japanese dishes that are authentic with flavors that are bold and ignite the senses. Enjoy your fine dining experience by sampling dishes such as grilled scallop skewers or roasted lobster. 

Zuma is located on level 3 of the Boulevard Tower. Zuma is open Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm and Friday -Saturday from 5 pm – 11 pm. 

Casual Dining

Blue Ribbon 

Blue Ribbon got its start more than a quarter of a century ago in a quaint, small restaurant in New York. In a city where worldy dining options are endless, Blue Ribbon chose to focus on American cuisine but with hints of influences from around the world. 

Fast-forward to today, and you will find Blue Ribbon restaurants in several hotspots of the United States, including the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. Rumored to be credited with bringing some of the most iconic dishes to the table of the trendy culinary scene, Blue Ribbon continues to bring something extra special to each dish they create. 

Blue Ribbon’s fried chicken is one of their staple, signature dishes. You might also want to try a selection from the steak menu, a platter from the chilled seafood menu, or the butcher’s board that’s packed with a selection of premium meats and cheeses. Join Blue Ribbon on Monday or Tuesday and also enjoy a complimentary bottle of wine. 

Blue Ribbon is located on level 3 of the Boulevard Tower. Blue Ribbon is open Sunday-Tuesday 5 pm – 10 pm, and Friday -Saturday 5 pm – 11 pm. The last seatings each evening are a half-hour before Blue Ribbon closes.


Jaleo is a bustling, high-energy restaurant created by award-winning chef Jose Andres. Respected the world over for his culinary ingenuity, Chef Andres lights up the Vegas restaurant scene with this authentic Spanish tapas restaurant. 

On the menu at Jaleo are irresistible signature dishes, like Croquetas de Pollo, Jamon Iberico Fermin ( delicate dry-cured ham from Iberico pigs), and a chef’s tasting menu with two different options for touring authentic Spanish tapas. 

Jaleo is located on level 3 of the Boulevard Tower. Jaleo is open Wednesday- Thursday from 5 pm – 9 pm, and Friday – Saturday from 5 pm – 10:30 pm. Join Jaleo for Sangria Hour every Wednesday – Saturday from 5 pm – 7 pm. 


Are you someone who truly loves eggs in just about every imaginable fashion? Eggslut is a restaurant that was founded by Chef Alvin Cailan, built completely on a foundation of the versatility and deliciousness of eggs. 

Eggslut’s menu features eggs in both starring and complementary rolls on their menu of sandwiches and burgers. There’s an equally decadent menu of sides, like truffle hashbrowns and housemade buttermilk biscuits. Come early and bring an appetite. 

Eggslut is located on level 2 of the Boulevard Tower and is open Monday-Friday, 7 am – 1 pm, and Saturday-Sunday from 7 am – 3 pm.

Bang Bar by Momofuku

Bang Bar by Momofuku is one of the Cosmopolitan’s most recent additions to their much-talked-about restaurant collection. Momofuku chef David Chang brings his culinary excellence to this spot where you can grab a quick bite of wraps featuring Bang Bread,  rice bowls, and more, all with more than just a hint of Asian influence.

Bang Bar will be located in the Block 16 Urban Food Hall on level two of the Boulevard Tower. 

China Poblano

Chef Jose Andres adds yet another innovative culinary destination to the list of best restaurants at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. At China Poblano, you experience an unexpected but perfectly balanced fusion of the flavors of China and Mexico. 

What’s interesting about China Poblano is that some dishes share these flavors, but others simply live side by side in perfect harmony. The diverse menu is one where you can order Palmitos right alongside your selections from the dim sum menu. Get ready to expand the way you think about blending cuisines and have your expectations blown out of the water. 

China Poblano is located in level 2 of the Boulevard Tower and is open Sunday-Tuesday 11 am – 10 pm and Friday – Saturday from 11 am – 10:30 pm. 


If you’re looking at the name of this popular Cosmopolitan restaurant and thinking one doesn’t belong, it’s time to expand your culinary horizons. A New Orleans Favorite, Donuts.Sliders. Brew is where you can find a rotating selection from more than 100 flavors of made-from-scratch donuts

The “Sliders” part of the menu features sandwiches where the donuts have replaced the bread, and Kolaches, which is a sweet dough that is stuffed with either savory or sweet breakfast fillings before it’s baked. 

And the brew part? Donut.Sliders. Brew is known for their craft espresso beverages and other brews, like their Lavender Latte, Vietnamese Iced Coffee, and their Nitro Cold Brew 

Find Donuts.Sliders.Brew is located on level 2 of the Boulevard Tower. They’re open daily from 7 am – 3 pm. 

Ghost Donkey

Ghost Donkey is a mezcal and tequila lounge where these two spirits really are the star of the show. Yes, it is a menu that features a few delectable nibbles, mostly in the form of a variety of nachos, but the real nitty-gritty about this spot is all about their mezcal & tequila menu. 

Ghost Donkey’s mezcal menu is arguably the most extensive that you’ll see this side of the border, with their tequila selection not far behind. Sample a selection (or two) from their cocktail menu and be the first in your circle to sip on a Mushroom Margarita or Mezcal Negroni. 

Ghost Donkey, located on level 2 of the Boulevard Tower, is temporarily closed. Check back frequently for an update on opening and hours. 

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken menu is simple, but with Nashville-style chicken this good, you don’t need to get crazy with all the extras. As a Nashville original, Hattie B’s brings southern hospitality, along with a bite of southern heat and spice, to the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. 

What’s on the menu? Well, chicken, in the form of tenders or a sandwich. You choose the heat level you’re comfortable with and side or two to help cool things off. The truly adventurous will try this with the “Shut the Cluck Up” spices, which are so hot they come with their own burn warning. 

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken is located on level 2 of the Boulevard Tower and is open from 11 am – 10 pm daily. 

The Henry 

The Henry completely changes your thought about late-night dining in Vegas. Being open with other restaurants that are fast asleep, the Henry adds a touch of elegance and charm to late-night comfort food. 

The Henry offers classics, like Traditional Eggs Benedict or Southern Shrimp & Grits, but you’ll also find a few innovative twists on their menu. Think along the line of their Signature Short Rib Benedict or the Corned Beef Hash that’s topped with hollandaise sauce. 

The Henry is located on level 1 of the Boulevard Tower and is open Monday-Wednesday 10 pm – 2 pm, and Thursday- Sunday from 11 pm – 2 pm.


Holsteins is rumored to have the best burgers on the strip, and most who have tried them would have a hard time arguing with this. After all, a place that specializes in “big bun burgers” and “bam-boozled shakes” doesn’t sound like a spot that will let you down. 

The atmosphere at Holsteins is fun, lively, and it’s also one of the few spots in the Cosmopolitan with a dedicated children’s menu. Try the Gold Standard Burger with a side of Pork Nugget Fries, with maybe a Drunken Monkey Shake (these shakes are for grown-ups only). 

Holsteins is located on level 2 of the Boulevard Tower and is open Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 11:30 am – 9 pm. Friday and Saturday hours are 11:30 am – 10 pm. 


Lardo is the place to go when you’re looking for a larger-than-life sandwich with over-the-top flavors. With a few exceptions, pork is the star of the show with sandwich creations like the Korean Pork Shoulder that’s topped with kimchi and chili mayo. 

The menu at Lardo isn’t large, but it’s packed with flavor. If you’re feeling really indulgent, add a side of dirty fries to your order and wash it down with a Lardo White Ale.

Lardo is located on level 2 of the Boulevard Tower and is open from 11 am – 10 pm daily. 

Overlook Grill

In the mood for something a bit laid-back but refreshing for breakfast or lunch? The Overlook Grill is your destination. The bright, sunlit cafe is the ideal place to greet the day in Las Vegas. With a poolside view, it’s nearly impossible not to feel relaxed and want to linger in this casual dining spot just a little while longer. 

Choose from a menu of classic breakfast and lunch favorites. The Healthy Start portion of the menu is filled with exactly what you need to feel energized and rejuvenated for the day ahead. If you’re more in the mood for a leisurely lunch that maybe includes a cocktail, try one of their bottomless brunch cocktail specials. 

The Overlook Grill is located on level 4 of the Boulevard Tower and is open Friday- Monday, 9 am – 3 pm. 

Tekka Bar: Handroll & Sake 

Tekka Bar: Handroll & Sake has its place in the Cosmpolitan, and once you learn a little about its name, you understand why. In Japan, Tekka Ba translates to the old gambling place. At the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Tekka Bar shares a home with one of the hottest gambling places in Vegas. 

Choose from a selection of handrolls, all made to order and prepared counter-side. You’ll immediately notice the freshness and attention to detail with each roll. Tekka Bar also offers “roll sets” that are perfect if you’re feeling indecisive or are in the mood to share. 

Tekka Bar is on level 2 of the Boulevard Tower and is open 11 am – 10 pm. 

Wicked Spoon

If there’s one thing you can guarantee about Las Vegas, it’s that it is a buffet lover’s delight. Even if you aren’t one to normally enjoy a buffet, Wicked Spoon wants to change your mind. Set up like a traditional buffet, Wicked Spoon is anything but ordinary. 

Selections on the buffet include Nutella toast, Wicked fruit juice, a charcuterie plate, apple pie french toast, a dim sum station, grill station, desserts, and more. 

The Wicked Spoon is located on level 2 of the Chelsea Tower and is temporarily closed. The Wicked Spoon is going to be the first buffet on the Strip to reopen in 2021 on March 25!

Quick Bites 

Sometimes, you’re just not in the mood for an elaborate sit-down meal, or you only have the time to grab a quick bite or snack. The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas offers several quick bite options. 

  • The Juice Standard – Find cold-pressed juices and a variety of nut milks that are made daily at this location in the Cosmopolitan. Wellness shots, smoothies, and espresso drinks are also available. 
  • Milk Bar  – The Milk Bar is where you want to go when you have a sweet tooth that needs to be satisfied. Shakes, ice cream, cakes, cookies, and cake truffles….it’s all here. 
  • Starbucks – An American favorite for coffee, espresso drinks, teas, and light nibbles. 
  • Va Bene Caffe – Located on the casino floor of the Chelsea Tower, this little cafe is a breath of fresh air and a great place to grab an espresso and freshly baked pastry. 


What is the best restaurant in the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas?

With so many great options, it’s hard to choose. Fine dining enthusiasts love E by Jose Andres and Rose.Rabbit.Lie, but there really are so many dining options and opinions on which is the best. 

How Many restaurants are in the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas?

Currently, there are more than two dozen restaurants in Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. This number fluctuates based on new openings and closings. 

How Expensive is the Cosmopolitan?

Like most hotels and resorts in Las Vegas, the Cosmopolitan offers accommodations and dining options that range from budget-friendly to economically elite. Some rooms start at about $120 per night, but top-end suites can cost thousands. 

Bottom Line

Whether you’re staying at the Cosmopolitan or only visiting, you’ll find plenty of great Cosmopolitan Hotel restaurants to explore. Reservations are strongly recommended, so if you’re planning a trip, reserve a spot at your favorites today.

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