21 Wynn Restaurants (+ 7 Bars)

Last Updated on August 7, 2022

The Wynn Hotel and Casino is a resort on the iconic Las Vegas Strip. The Wynn is a favorite, but one of the things it’s most known for is its incredible selection of restaurants. You’ll find some of the most famous fine dining restaurants at the Wynn, along with new, fresh contemporary culinary adventures and plenty of casual restaurants too. 

Where will you eat at the Wynn? We’re foodies at heart, so let us help you make this very important decision. 

Fine Dining Restaurants in Wynn

Casa Playa 

Casa Playa is the newest restaurant inside Encore at Wynn, Las Vegas. It’s adjacent to the Encore Beach Club, which is appropriate since Casa Playa focuses on the brilliant cuisine of coastal Mexico. 

The menu at Casa Playa is creative, infused with coastal flavors, and designed around responsibly sourced seasonal ingredients. Chef Sarah Thompson is the mastermind behind each dish, and you can see and taste her passion for authentic Mexican coastal cuisine come through every dish. Some of our favorites on the menu are the Shrimp and Green Rice with garlic and epazote and the Whole Roasted Carnitas, which are served for the entire table. Each bite is flavorful and masterfully created. 

While each dish is delicious, don’t forget to save room for one the Casa Playa’s decadent desserts. The La Flama Blanca, which is caramelized banana ice cream with flaming rum, is a show stopper, and the Churros for the table are a fun way to enjoy and share a sweet ending to a great meal. 

The dress code at Casa Player is chic casual, and they ask that you not bring children under the age of five. Casa Playa is open Wednesday through Sunday for dinner service, starting at 5:30 p.m. 

Cipriani

Cipriani is a Wynn restaurant with a history. The restaurant, which first opened as Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy, now has several locations around the globe, including Las Vegas. The original restaurant was opened by Giuseppe Cipriani Sr., who also happens to be the man credited with the creation of one of our favorite cocktails – the bellini. And yes, you can enjoy a classic bellini made with fresh white peach puree and Cipriani Prosecco, along with a list of other signature cocktails, wines, and spirits, while enjoying a meal at Cipriani Las Vegas. 

The menu also features beautiful classic Italian cooking, with dishes such as Branzino “Al Forno” with olives, cherry tomatoes, and perfectly roasted potatoes. One of the favorites that we can’t resist is the Tartufo pizza with black truffle, sauce, and a dreamy blend of Italian cheeses. 

The ambiance at Cipriani is upscale but subdued. The refined dining room offers warmth and intimacy while you linger over a perfectly prepared meal. 

The dress code at Cipriani is business casual, and they’re open daily for lunch and dinner service starting at 11:30 a.m. Cipriani asks that you not bring children under five to dine, but older children are permitted. 

Delilah

Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas takes you back into the classic glamour of old Vegas, with a dining room infused with elegance and class, lending itself to a sleek and social environment where you can enjoy the finest dining, hand-crafted cocktails, and Sunday Night Jazz. 

One glance at the menu is telling as to the classic elegance you’re about to experience. Dishes like the Half Maine Lobster and the Alaskan King Crab Legs are just the beginning. Indulge yourself with the Caviar Service, Wagyu Steak Tartare, Cavatelli a La Vodka, and Black Truffle Pomme Puree. There are also desserts galore, including vintage classics like Baked Alaska, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, and Grandma’s Gooey Butter Cake, which tastes as if it came straight from your grandmother’s kitchen. 

Delilah is open nightly for dinner service starting at 5:30 p.m. They offer a late-night menu that begins at 10:30 p.m. The dress code is stylish attire, with no open-toed shoes, and children under twelve are not permitted. After 7 p.m., Delilah turns into an adult-only venue, only allowing in those at least 21 years of age. 

Lakeside 

Lakeside sits with an amazing view of the Lake of Dreams at Wynn Las Vegas. Lakeside is renowned in Las Vegas for the freshest and most imaginative seafood, with dishes created by the masterful hands of chef David Middleton. The dining room can best be described as a cozy indulgence with warm colors and a panoramic view of the Lake of Dreams. 

The menu offers an extensive selection of seafood, from Atlantic Diver Scallops to Mediterranean Branzino and New Zealand Big Glory Bay King Salmon. There’s also a decadent selection of fine steaks and a menu of vegan offerings that features perfectly prepared vegetable dishes. 

While dining at Lakeside, chances are you’ll also have a front-row seat for the Lake of Dreams Show. Every night, starting at dusk, the Lake of Dreams lights up in a magnificent and magical display. Shows run nightly every half an hour and are completely free for you to enjoy. 

Lakeside is open nightly for dinner service starting at 5:30 p.m. The dress code is resort elegant, and children under five are not permitted. 

Mizumi

Mizumi is a modern Japanese restaurant in the Wynn that overlooks private manicured gardens, a koi pond, and a 90-foot waterfall. The dreamy ambiance is other further enhanced once you begin to discover the menu created by chef Min Kim and the talented team at Mizumi. 

The freshness, quality, and respect for the process and flavors of Japanese cuisine are evident in every delectable bite at Mizumi. The menu features ocean-fresh sushi, an extensive selection of contemporary sashimi, tempura, tender Wagyu, and a delicious and extensive vegetarian menu. For an even more extraordinary experience, Mizumi offers their Teppanyaki room.

Mizumi Teppanyaki

Dinner theater isn’t uncommon in Las Vegas, but even the best dinner theater would have difficulty competing with the tableside cooking flair of Mizumi’s Teppanyaki room. The performance at each teppan cooking table is unprecedented, and the taste is impeccable. 

The Mizumi Teppanyaki dinner menu includes an appetizer, entree, a rice or noodle course, and the chef’s daily selection of one of Mizumi’s signature desserts. 

Both Mizumi and the Teppanyaki room are open for dinner service starting at 5:30 p.m. Mizumi is open daily except for Mondays. The dress code is business casual, and children under five are not permitted. 

Sinatra

Sinatra is arguably one of the most famous fine dining restaurants in Las Vegas. Named after Ol Blue Eyes himself, Sinatra plays tribute to the class and elegance of old Vegas, along with some of Frank Sinatra’s favorite dishes. With each meal, you can taste the authentic Italian influence, with the freshest and brightest flavors coming through in each bite. It’s no wonder that Sinatra is Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Winner. 

The menu features dishes such as Frank’s Spaghetti and Clams, Maine lobster risotto with forest mushrooms, and Ossobuco “My Way.” There’s also a brilliant vegan menu and a dessert menu filled with favorite Italian sweet treats, such as Tiramisu, Panna Cotta, and Cannoli. 

For a more intimate experience, you can reserve your own room. The Chairman’s room is available for private events and offers a beautiful view of the gardens and outdoor landscape. 

Sinatra’s dress code is business attire, and they’re open nightly for dinner service beginning at 5:30 p.m. Children under the age of five years are not permitted. 

SW Steakhouse   

SW Steakhouse   

SW Steakhouse, at the hands of Chef Mark Lorusso, has become one of the favorite steakhouse dining experiences in Las Vegas. The contemporary cozy dining room is welcoming and warm, and the views of the Lake of Dreams add to the beautiful ambiance. 

The menu features all of your steakhouse favorites and a wonderful seafood selection. We’ve enjoyed a few favorites, including the Alaskan King Crab Ravioli with cioppino sauce, Pan Roasted Sea Scallops, and the Pepper Crusted Chateaubriand. We promise this is the elevated steakhouse experience you’ve been craving. 

SW Steakhouse is open nightly for dinner service beginning at 5:30 p.m. The dress code is business casual, and children under five are not permitted. 

Tableau 

tableau

Tableau is the place to be at Wynn Las Vegas when you desire an exceptional breakfast or brunch experience. Think along the lines of a market-fresh breakfast, where the freshness and attention to even the smallest of details shine through. 

The menu of breakfast and lunch dishes at Tableau includes indulgent favorites such as the Lobster Cobb Salad, Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, Peach French Toast, Short Rib Eggs Benedict, and Seared Salmon with Bacon Braised Chard, just to name a few. We’ve also really enjoyed Tableau’s Indulgences for the table, with little nibbles like blinis and deviled eggs. 

Tableau is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch only. Their hours of operation are daily from 7 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The dress code at Tableau is resort casual, and children of all ages are welcome. 

Wing Lei

Wing Lei

Wing Lei is an exceptional dining experience at Wynn Las Vegas. As the first Chinese restaurant to win a Michelin star in North America, there’s no question that you’re in for something special as soon as you walk through the doors. The decor is lavish and decadent, with golden accents infused throughout. The entire ambiance is a sensory experience as you explore each hidden design element and enjoy exceptional attention to each detail. 

While the ambiance is supreme, what we really need to talk about here is the menu. There are so many options that this menu featuring delicacies from Asian culinary culture almost feels a little overwhelming at first. Don’t worry. You’ll soon get over that feeling as you explore the selection of live seafood, Cantonese noodle dishes, wok-fried Maine Lobster, and more. 

Wing Lei also offers a tasting menu featuring Chef Ming’s signature dishes and decadent Peking duck. A meal at Wing Lei is pure indulgence. 

Wing Lei is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday but is open every other evening for dinner service starting at 5:30 p.m. The dress code is business casual, and children under five are not permitted. 

Casual Wynn Restaurants 

Allegro 

Allegro at Wynn Las Vegas is a wonderful casual dining spot to satisfy your craving for delicious Italian food. Think along the lines of wood-fired pizzas with a unique blend of toppings or veal parmesan, all created by chef Enzo Febbraro. Even if you’re coming in late from a night out enjoying the Vegas nightlife or trying your luck at the casino, you can satisfy your midnight craving because Allegro is open late until 1 a.m. during the week and at 3 a.m. during weekends. 

Allegro also offers a brunch menu on the weekends with brunch dishes that include frittatas, omelets, sandwiches, and other delicious, lighter meals. 

The dress code for Allegro is resort casual, and children of all ages are welcome. 

Charlies Bar + Grill 

Are you craving some elevated tailgate favorites and classic all-American crowd pleasers while you sit back with a beer and watch the game on multiple screens? Then, welcome to Charlie’s Bar + Grill, where seasonal American fare is taken to an entirely new level. 

Order up a platter of the Ultimate Nachos, a juicy steakburger, onion rings, or pizza fries. Whatever you choose, you will not leave without being full or without a smile on your face. 

Jardin 

Jardin 

In Las Vegas, where everything is so decadent and over the top, Jardin offers a much welcomed culinary escape. With a dining room that’s light and airy and a menu that matches the ambiance, you can enjoy a light meal and save all of your over-indulgence for more sinful delights. 

Enjoy breakfast, brunch, and lunch dishes that include housemade artisanal pastries, delicate egg dishes, sandwiches, and nibbles infused with the freshest seasonal flavors. 

Jardin is open daily from 7:30 a.m. until 3 p.m., and children of all ages are welcome. 

La Cave

La Cave is a refreshing dining experience at Wynn Las Vegas. We enjoy that La Cave offers four different ambient dining experiences, as guests can choose to dine in the rustic dining room, on the patio that overlooks lush gardens, in the cellar area, or at the front bar. No matter what your mood, La Cave has a perfect seat for you. 

The menu at La Cave features fresh, rustic favorites. Seafood dishes like the diver sea scallops with polenta cakes are a guest favorite, but we also really enjoy the short rib tacos and the tomato flatbread. Each dish tastes fresh as if they went to the market just to create your plate. 

La Cave also offers a brunch menu available Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Dinner hours for La Cave start daily at 4 p.m. The dress code is resort casual, and children of all ages are welcome. 

Red 8

Red 8 is a restaurant specializing in Cantonese-style cuisine at Wynn Las Vegas. The dining room is seductive, with rich hues of red and gold, but relaxing at the same time. Red 8 is probably most famous for its Hong Kong Style barbecue and dim sum menu that’s perfect for sharing. 

The menu at Red 8 is very reasonably priced, which is why it made its way onto our list of casual restaurants. Still, the atmosphere and the menu will leave you feeling like you’re enjoying a five-star fine dining experience in Las Vegas. 

Red 8 is open daily for lunch and dinner, starting at 11:30 a.m. The dress code is resort casual, and children of all ages are welcome. 

Wazuzu

Wazuzu

Located close to the Wynn Las Vegas casino, Wazuzu is the perfect escape for when you’re craving a meal that’s infused with all the flavors of Thai cuisine. The 27-foot dragon and glimmering crystals are visually stunning, but the food is what will really knock your socks off. 

There’s an intriguing selection of sushi to choose from, along with signature dishes such as Cantonese Sea Bass, Thai Spicy Basil Stir Fry, and Salt & Pepper Prawns, along with a vegan menu and some irresistible sweet treats. 

You can enjoy a lovely meal at Wazuzu daily starting at 11:30 a.m. The dress code is resort casual, and children of all ages are welcome. 

Terrace Pointe Café

Terrace Point Cafe is a lovely spot to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or brunch at the Wynn Las Vegas. Guests can choose to dine in the inside dining room or head outdoors to the terrace, where they can enjoy the view of beautiful gardens and the Wynn pool. 

For brunch, guests can choose from several artfully created entrees, from the perfect eggs benedict to a cast iron chocolate raspberry package. Brunch is served with juice and seasonal fruit. We highly suggest also adding on a bubbly mimosa. 

The main menu at Terrace Point Cafe is a bit more diverse, offering appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, and a wonderful selection of breakfast dishes. For beverages, the pink sangria is one of our favorites. 

Terrace Point is open daily from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. The dress code is resort casual, and children of all ages are welcome. 

Urth Cafe 

Urth Cafe 

Not every restaurant in Las Vegas needs to fill your belly with guilty pleasures. Urth Cafe is a wonderful spot to dine when you want something healthier, lighter, and fresher. The Urth Breakfast is a favorite and admittedly isn’t that light or healthy with a decadent butter croissant with additional butter, jam, and brie, or your choice of other cheeses. Still, it’s a refreshing break from the heavy, over-the-top breakfast dishes that other restaurants offer. The fresh corn waffle and breakfast paninis are equally delicious. 

Urth cafe also offers a lunch and dinner menu that mostly features salads, sandwiches, and other lighter fare. Make sure to enjoy one of their specialty coffee drinks or teas along with your meal for the full Urth experience. 

Urth Cafe is open daily at 7:30 a.m. and stays open until the early evening. The dress code is resort casual, and children of all ages are welcome. 

Espresso 

Espresso 

Located just a few feet from the Wynn Encore’s main entrance is Espresso, which is the best spot for enjoying coffee and little nibbles at the Encore Las Vegas. This is a quick-serve restaurant, but don’t let that fool you. The food is delicious, fresh, and worthy of multiple return trips. 

Espresso is open daily for breakfast and lunch starting at 6 a.m. The dress code is casual, and children of all ages are welcome. 

The Cafe 

The Cafe 

The Cafe at the Wynn is where you can sit, relax and enjoy a cup of coffee, pastries, and snacks as you recharge or prepare to take on Las Vegas. The Cafe is currently closed due to remodeling, but we can’t wait for them to reopen and see what they’ve done with the cozy, intimate little spot. 

Wynn Buffet 

Wynn Buffet 

The Wynn Buffet has a reputation for being one of the best buffets in Las Vegas. The Buffet features sixteen different cooking stations, each of which is hard at work preparing each dish in small batches so you can enjoy them fully. The Wynn Buffet features a wonderful range of worldly cuisines, plus all of your favorite buffet classics like slow-roasted prime rib, shrimp cocktails, hot dishes, salads, desserts, and more. 

At one point, the buffets in Las Vegas all closed down due to Covid, and after wanting the Strip open for so long, the Wynn Buffet is one of the few that has resumed being open daily. You can dine at the Wynn Buffet for breakfast starting at 8 a.m., and the switch over to dinner starting at 3 p.m. Brunch is also served daily, but they take it up more than a few notches with the Gourmet Brunch on the weekends. 

Wynn Bars

Aft Cocktail Deck 

Aft Cocktail Deck 

The Aft Cocktail Deck sits on the Lake of Dreams and offers a gorgeous escape that almost feels tropical or Mediterranean. We love their list of signature cocktails and are sure you’ll find one worthy of sipping at this beautiful location. 

Bar Parasol

Bar Parasol

Bar Parasol is more of an upscale cocktail experience that leaves you feeling as though you’ve time traveled to old, classic Las Vegas, except the food and cocktails are definitely infused with a more contemporary vibe. Enjoy a little something from the caviar menu and one of their signature-inspired cocktails. 

Overlook Lounge, Aperitifs, & Spirits 

Overlook Lounge, Aperitifs, & Spirits 

If you haven’t noticed yet, there’s a feeling of classic Vegas and retro elegance at the Wynn. The Overlook Lounge is no exception. This little hideaway is elegant and cozy, and you’ll want to stay and linger over each artfully crafted cocktail. 

Eastside Lounge 

Eastside Lounge 

The Eastside Lounge overlooks the pool at Encore Las Vegas and offers a luxurious setting where you can just sink back and relax with a great cocktail and even better company. This is a great spot for socializing, especially on the nights when the dueling pianos come into play. 

Lobby Bar 

Lobby Bar 

The Lobby Bar is located at Encore’s main entrance, making it the perfect location to enjoy a drink while waiting for your room or meeting up with friends. This isn’t your typical lobby bar, however. Instead, expect sophisticated cocktails, an impressive wine list, and a selection of little plates to nibble on and enjoy during your stay. 

Tower Suite Bar 

Tower Suite Bar 

The Tower Suite Bar is sort of an all-in-one location where you can enjoy the perfect morning cup of coffee or latte or choose something a bit more indulgent, like their Bloody Mary or Bellini. Who says you can’t start your morning off with a refreshing cocktail? It is Las Vegas, after all! 

Little Bubble Bar at Delilah 

Little Bubble Bar at Delilah 

Transport yourself back to the golden age of Hollywood at the Little Bubble Bar at Delilah. The Little Bubble Bar combines the feeling of lush indulgence with touches of whimsy, resulting in a quaint lounge in which you will love spending time and sharing cocktails. 

Wynn Location 

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Enjoy the Delicious Life at Wynn

Wynn offers one of the best collections of resort restaurants in all of Las Vegas. Whether you’re looking for a fine dining experience or in the mood for something more casual, Wynn offers something for everyone. Bring your appetite and prepare to be indulged. 

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