The 15 Best Restaurants in Wynn Las Vegas

Wynn Resorts owns Wynn Las Vegas and the connected sister resort, Encore Las Vegas, also known as Encore at Wynn. Wynn Encore’s combo is home to luxurious dining restaurants like Sinatra that Executive Chef Theo Schoenegger runs. Here, you will get served Sinatra’s favorite dishes like the clams and osso buco. Let’s not get started on the Sinatra mementos and music.

Restaurants at Wynn Encore are inviting with the gleaming marble floors and impressive floral displays. They offer a lot of services, from dine-in options to in-room dining services. You won’t miss a Michelin star restaurant at the premises, and the dishes come in huge varieties, from Chinese cuisines to Mexican coastal foods.

This article will take you through the best restaurants at Wynn Encore to let you know of the various offerings. Read more to discover what unique features each destination has and what will suit you best on your next visit to the esteemed resorts.

Friendly Reminder: These three restaurants at Wynn Resort are the hardest to get a reservation for, plan ahead to secure your spot!

  • Sinatra
  • SW steakhouse
  • Mizumi

15 Best Wynn Encore Restaurants

1. Sinatra

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  • Phone: 702 770 5320
  • Menu Highlights: Classic Italian, including spaghetti, clams, and osso buco.

There are very few artists who have left a mark on the world like Frank Sinatra. What better way to celebrate his accomplishment than to dine at a restaurant dedicated to his memories? Sinatra at Encore Las Vegas is an upscale restaurant that is operated by the executive Chef Theo Schoeneggar, who brings you classic Italian dishes.

The talented team of staff and crew will give you an unforgettable and hospitable experience in one of the most prestigious restaurants. Sinatra has a modern charming courtyard garden that brings you a cozy fireplace for dining. The outdoor patio is the most loved part of the restaurant where you can get to the tip of the fedora to Frank.

The Michelin star chef has cooked for celebrities like Ol’s Blue Eyes and Luciano Pavarotti. With over three decades of experience, Theo offers one-of-a-kind menus with unique items like the Capello dessert that comes with a dark chocolate mousse and Jack Daniel’s laced panna cotta – it is shaped according to Sinatra’s infamous fedora.

Sinatra is a world-renowned restaurant with several awards under its belt. The Forbes Travel Guide quotes it as, Encore at Wynn Las Vegas’ signature restaurant pays homage to Ol’ Blue Eyes in more than name alone. At the Four-Star Sinatra, framed images of the famous crooner line the cream-colored walls, and his voice provides a pleasant backdrop for dinner conversation.”

Also Read: Best Italian Restaurants on Las Vegas Strip 

2. Delilah

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  • Phone: 702 770 3300
  • Menu Highlights: Beef wellington, buffer cake, chicken tenders, baked Alaska, Foie Gras French Toast, surf and turf

Delilah is covered in modern décor that is reminiscent of Hollywood’s golden age. You can get to see softly illuminated and dripping chandeliers that add to the candlelight and globe lanterns.

The whole setting scream romance and a Gatsby-like vibe. Keep in mind that children under the age of twelve are not allowed on the premises past 10 pm—only 21 and over.

This American fine dining restaurant is located in the exclusive Tower Suites enclave and serves as a supper club. The atmosphere is inspired by early showrooms that emerged in Las Vegas during the 1950s. You won’t miss live music, special performances, or DJs at any day of the week in Delilah.

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The kitchen at Delilah is run by the executive Chef Joshua Smith, who brings you everything from foie gras to caviar and beef Wellington. Sliced tableside, glazed short ribs, and broiled lobsters are the order of the day.

You won’t miss other guest favorites like the famed chicken tender made from scratch using organic chicken and ranch dressing topped with barbecue sauce.

Premium shellfish at Delilah Super Club Kitchen include the West Coast oysters that come in half a dozen with a classic cocktail and Dolin mignonette. Other options include the Alaskan King Crab, Half Maine lobster, and Oishi shrimp cocktail.

3. Lakeside

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  • Phone: 702 770 3310
  • Menu Highlights: sea urchin, lobster risotto, king crab legs, roasted beef salad, mahi mahi

The Lakeside restaurant brings you exactly what you are thinking – an impressive view of a lake on top of an irresistible meal that makes for the best romantic night.

Lakeside is located just alongside the Lake of Dreams, where you can get world views from the amazing setting. The center lakeside table is the best choice if you want to wow your loved one.

The executive Chef at Lakeside is David Middleton, a renowned chef with a tremendous dining career from Holland to Hawaii. His seafood menu is known the world over, featuring the best of wild-caught seafood from across the globe. Salmon comes from the clear waters in New Zealand and langoustines from the coast of Ireland.

David’s motto is to ensure more American restaurants bring seafood from sustainable sources for both environmental sustainability and impeccable flavors.

The inviting menu has won the restaurant the Forbes Travel Guide Award several times with star items like the red Alaskan king crab legs and sea urchin from Santa Barbara.

Other great menu options include the four-person Lakeside’s Shellfish Plateau with Maine lobster, king crab legs, oysters, tuna tartare, and jumbo shrimp.

4. Casa Playa

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  • Phone: 702 770 5340
  • Menu Highlights: Mexican Blue Shrimp Ceviche, shrimp and green rice, whole roasted carnitas

Casa Playa is a Mexican Coastal restaurant situated in the Encore Beach Club – where children under the age of five are not allowed. The Executive Chef is Sarah Thompson, known for her unique seafood dishes featuring feasts like signature Wagyu tacos with suckling pig carnitas served alongside pig carnitas.

The cutting-edge cocktails based on Mexico produce are curated by Merce Boarini, who ensures your night never ends with a bore. There are also amazing tequila options curated by the expert himself, Noah Arenstein.

Thompson toured the world to get her inspiration to open up Casa Playa; her years of experience bring you outstanding dishes like the Mexican Blue Shrimp Ceviche with crustaceans and Wagyu Carne Asada Tacos. This is the most popular cuisine at Casa Playa.

Related Read: Top 10 Best Mexican Restaurants in Las Vegas

5. Cipriani

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  • Phone: 702 342 9600
  • Menu Highlights: signature classics like original carpaccio alla Cipriani and vanilla meringue

This Italian dining restaurant offers classic glamour at the Wynn Plaza. The Italian and Venetian-inspired cuisines are curated perfectly to spread the old-age family tradition – to serve first to love.

Cipriani offers a wide range of dishes, including gluten-free options and vegan and vegetarian.

The restaurant is named after Giuseppe Cipriani, a massive fan of Giovanni Bellin, a fifteenth-century musician.

Cipriani turned his love for the artist to make the eclectic Bellini cocktail in 1948. His passion for cocktails and a beautiful combination of ingredients has led to the innovative cocktail menu in the signature cocktails at Cipriani Las Vegas.

Main course meals at Cipriani include the homemade baked tagliolini with ham, and the Chilean sea bass served with Rice Pilaf. Another option is the chicken Spezzatino that comes with yellow rice and the Calf’s liver served with Fried Polenta.

An extensive selection of salads and sandwiches includes the Chef’s salad with Swiss cheese, tuna, ham, tomato, egg, Anchovies, and Mixed Greens.

6. Tableau

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  • Phone: 702 770 3330
  • Menu Highlights: American brunch classics like Eggs benedict, Avocado toast, Spanish omelet

If you want to enjoy an elegant American brunch with your friends and loved ones, Tableau is the place to be. The outdoor patio is inviting with its serene surroundings next to the aquamarine pools and verdant gardens.

The seasonal ingredients used in the dishes come from market-fresh items that are used to make popular Tableau dishes, like the Belgian waffles. Other beloved cuisines include the lobster Cobb salad with buttermilk and dressing. You can also get the seared salmon that comes with bacon braised chard. Bring your coworkers or friends for a private event at Tableau; the venues are available each evening.

Tableau is highly recognized and praised by brands such as the Zagat Guide.

Zagat mentions Tableau as: “A “hidden gem” in the Wynn’s south tower which delivers “beautiful presentations” of “wonderfully prepared” New American dishes for breakfast, lunch, and brunch in an “elegant” space with views of the hotel’s pool and garden; the “unique” package and “pampering service” is “worth every penny.”

7. Wing Lei

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  • Phone: 702 770 3388
  • Menu Highlights: Peking duck Garlic beef tenderloin, duck salad, Alaskan king crab & caviar

Wing Lei is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. This fine Chinese dining restaurant is famed for being the first Chinese restaurant in North Marica to get a Michelin star. Wing Lei is highly regarded to the point of earning Five Stars from the Forbes Travel Guide.

The dishes range from Cantonese cuisine to Shanghai flavors and tantalizing Szechuan twists. You will notice exciting items like the special tableside-carved Imperial Peking duck or the wok-fried Maine lobster.

All meals are served authentically and traditionally in golden dining room dishes inspired by Chinese jewel boxes.

Executive Chef Ming Yu brings you live seafood with options like the Santa Barbara Spotted Prawns and the Washington Dungeness crab. Try the Pacific red cod and the Alaskan Geoduck clam.

Related Read: 18 Best Chinese Restaurants in Las Vegas

8. Mizumi

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  • Phone: 702 770 3320
  • Menu Highlights: scallop tataki roll, crispy rice tuna, robata platter, yellowtail sashimi

Mizumi is closed on Monday only but serves amazing Japanese cuisines and a wide selection of seafood the rest of the week.

 Vegan options are also available. Despite its amazing menu, Mizumi is loved by all fans for one thing – its ambiance!

The setting at Mizumi greets you with sleek wood and crimson finishes. A Japanese mystic garden and a koi pond adorn the backside, adding to the relaxing ambiance of the restaurant. Sliding doors to the back open at night, giving you a breathtaking view of the gardens and a waterfall that spans about 90 feet.

The outside dining space centerpiece is a floating pagoda surrounded by a waterfall and garden. It creates an immersive experience that transports you to a whole different continent right at the center of the Strip.

Chef Min Kim offers exquisite multi-course meals like the omakase menu with distinctive ingredients. The savory and culinary experience at Mizumi is breathtaking, especially with the addition of the teppanyaki showroom. The theatrical section brings you chefs who will dazzle you with tableside cooking flairs.

The extensive teppan menu offers rice/noodle courses featuring garlic fried rice or Yakisoba noodles. They are both served with red-miso blend miso soup and pickled vegetables. The Mizumi teppanyaki dessert comes with the Chef’s daily selection of MIzumi signature desserts, including roasted chestnut Mt. Fuji with chestnut ice cream.

Also Read: 15 Best Sushi Restaurants in Las Vegas

9. Jardin


  • Phone: 702 770 3463
  • Menu Highlights: lobster benedict, flower pot cake, chicken meatballs

Jardin offers visitors an American brunch experience with vegan and vegetarian options. The casual dining place is located in a conservatory and airy setting. It overlooks the mesmerizing pools as well as the manicured gardens that create a relaxed and breezy atmosphere.

The brunch cocktails include the likes of smoked bacon Bloody Mary. It contains Stoli cucumber vodka, green Chile liqueur, dill, and house-made bloody Mary.

The Chef’s Mediterranean mezze platter brings you feta and muhammara served with assorted fresh vegetables and a warm pita.

10. SW Steakhouse

SW Steakhouse

  • Phone: 702 770 3325
  • Menu Highlights: Rib eye, filet mignon, Au gratin, Funnel cake

The praised American steakhouse is a staple in Wynn Encore Las Vegas. The prime-aged steaks served at the restaurant are the Forbes Travel Guide stars in their Four-Star rating sections. The same section houses SW Steakhouse’s curated selections of Japanese and Wagyu dishes.

Cuisines at SW Steakhouse have won multiple awards and are featured in notable shows like the Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate.” The kitchen is run by Chef Mark LoRusso, where he makes amazing steaks from Snake River farms and certified Kobe cuts.

The steakhouse’s main course meals include the pan-roasted Sea scallops served with black truffle sauce. There is also the Chimichurri roasted Dori chicken with heirloom carrots and Madeira poultry jus.

11. Red 8

Red 8

  • Phone: 702 770 3380
  • Menu Highlights: Pad Thai, Mongolian beef, BBQ pork buns, Kung Pao chicken

Red 8 treats its guests to incredible Asian cuisines like Cantonese noodle dishes. There are several eclectic options like the Hong Kong-style barbecue with pork, duck, and chicken options.

There is the Congee (rice porridge) with options like Abalone, chicken, beef, and preserved egg congee. Weekends are for the Dim Sum menu, available from 9 am to 11:30 am.

The venue has a hidden design element on the roof that does a great job of adding more layers to the ambiance of the restaurant. Walk into Red 8 to feel cozy in the calming atmosphere that is saturated with layers of texture and rich reds.

12. The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas

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  • Phone: 702 770 3340
  • Hours of Operation: Daily 8 am – 9 pm
  • Menu Highlights: Crab legs, prime rib, king crab, smoked salmon pizza, lobster eggs benedict

Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas brings you breakfast, brunch, and Gourmet dinner options in a 16 tantalizing food kitchen design. The Executive Chef is Jason Duarte, who brings you all the classics, from shrimp cocktails to sushi.

More than 90 cuisines are served at the Buffet in the open air and bright environment that is perfect for a buffet setting. The charges of the mill are billed to the room and the priority seating is given upon pre-payment. Keep in mind that the buffet is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

So, how much is the Wynn Buffet? Prices are subject to change for various reasons, but the current price of Wynn Buffet is as follows:

  • Early Riser Breakfast (Monday – Thursday) – $39.99 per person
  • Early Riser Breakfast (Friday – Sunday) – $45.99 per person
  • Brunch (Monday – Thursday) – $46.99 per person
  • Gourmet Brunch (Friday – Sunday) – $50.99 per person
  • Nightly Seafood Gourmet Dinner – $74.99 per person

13. Allegro


  • Phone: 702 770 2040
  • Menu Highlights: prosciutto and calamari, margherita pizza, meatballs

Allegro is an Italian casual dining restaurant located opposite the recently closed La Reve theatre location. It is close to the self-parking structure, which is amazingly convenient.

Our favorite meals include the remarkably satisfying prosciutto and calamari, Chef Enzo’s Lasagne with finely diced prime rib, and the signature lobster tagliatelle.

Visit Allegro on Friday to Monday for their 11 am – 4 pm brunch featuring brunch classics from the avocado toast to the breakfast sandwich with Porchetta ham, signature meatballs with toasted focaccia, wood stone pizzas, and entrees like the house-made garganelli, spaghetti Bolognese, grilled organic salmon, chicken paillard, and the roasted branzino.

14. Wazuzu


  • Phone: 702 770 5388
  • Menu Highlights: Drunken noodles, Mongolian beef, pineapple fried rice, Pad Thai

This Asian fusion and sushi bar is run by Chef Jimmy Wadjaja, who brings together a diverse menu that draws inspiration from various Asian culinary traditions.

One of the most praised items is the drunken noodles, which got featured in “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” on the Food Network Channel. The menu includes dishes from China, Japan, and Thailand. You can expect a range of options, including sushi, sashimi, dim sum, noodles, stir-fries, and more.

As for the ambiance, the centerpiece of Wazuzu is the 27-foot dragon plastered on the wall – featuring 90,000 individual crystals that bring a sense of mystique and glamour to the dining table. 

15. Charlie’s Bar + Grill

Charlie’s Bar + Grill

  • Phone: 702 770 3365
  • Menu Highlights: Charlie’s burger, chicken tenders, halftime sliders, Wagyu burger

The huge portions from Charlie’s are what you need during a heated game night. The highly cheese piled hamburgers are tasty and gargantuan all-beef hot bogs will definitely leave you full for hours.

Keep yourself refreshed with the fresh milkshakes at Charlie’s or opt for a local Nevada brew to quench your thirst.

16. La Cave Bar & Restaurant

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  • Phone: 702 770 7375
  • Menu Highlights: award-winning wine list, Diver sea scallop, salmon sashimi tostada, crab ravioli

Encore’s La Cave is a wine & food hideaway operated by executive Chef Billy DeMarco. He curates small plate items paired with a worldly wine list and artisanal beers.

La Cave has a cozy and intimate ambiance, making it suitable for both romantic dinners and social gatherings. It is designed with large floor-to-ceiling windows, ample greenery adorning the walls, and warm lighting, creating a unique and upscale dining environment.

For dinner, try their selection of beef carpaccio with mushrooms and truffle aioli, baked meatballs, wild salmon served with broccolini, Chilean sea bass, charred octopus, mini chipotle BBQ burger, and sirloin steak with mushroom fondue.

The weekend brunches are 90-minute max, priced at $54 for adults and $34 per child under 12. Try their vegetarian options like the heirloom tomato caprese, yogurt parfait, French toast with cornflake-crusted brioche bread, and scrambled eggs with roasted tomatoes and caramelized onions.

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Final Thoughts

The above list shows you the best of the best restaurants to dine in when in Wynn Encore Las Vegas. However, it is not exhaustive since there are other dining options like these casual joints: Terrace Pointe Café, Charli’es Sports Bar, and Urth Caffe.

You may also want to check out some of their bars and lounges, particularly Eastside Lounge. This intimate lounge overlooks the Encore pools and serves hand-crafted cocktails on top of a huge selection of savory appetizers and specialties.

Wynn Las Vegas Restaurants: FAQs

What Is Special About Wynn Las Vegas?

Located on the Strip, Wynn Las Vegas is at the center of the action in the Vegas Valley. The resort also holds many Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Awards, Michelin-starred restaurants, world-class nightlife, award-winning spas, expansive luxury shopping stores, and endless entertainment options.

Wynn is also a high-end resort known for its luxurious environments. The whole hotel offers an elegant and upscale atmosphere, featuring stylish decor and impeccable service that contributes to its reputation.

Has Le Reve Been Cancelled?

Le Reve at Wynn Las Vegas was closed permanently in August 2020. The award-winning show was shut down during the Covid pandemic, forcing the management to close its doors and lay off more than 200 workers due to losses and a couple more struggles.

What Is the Difference Between Encore and Wynn Las Vegas?

Are Encore and Wynn the same? Well, Encore and Wynn Las Vegas are not the same resorts, but they are owned by the same management body – Wynn Resorts.

The two are luxury destinations that share a few resources and serve similar purposes. For example, if you stay at Encore, you have the privilege of using Wynn Las Vegas pools if Encore pools are congested.

However, vice versa is not applicable.

What Are the Best Restaurants Near Wynn Las Vegas?

If you are looking for something out of Wynn Las Vegas but close by for your convenience, then Black Tap at the Venetian is a great place to start. The most preposterous milkshakes can be found there, and it is a great place to spend your weekend.

Other great restaurants near Wynn Las Vegas include Sushisamba Las Vegas at the Venetian and Palazzo, Sugarcane raw bar and grill, Mercato Della Pescheria, and Estiatorio Milos.