Here are some new restaurants in Las Vegas that you need to try in 2024.

Las Vegas is a city filled with creative gastronomy, fine international cuisine and great bites.

Honestly, a perfect night is bar hopping in downtown Las Vegas finished with some 3 a.m. slices of pizza or even some late-night Korean BBQ.

Sin City has become a beacon of culinary genius, and the city is almost a melting pot of out-of-the box ideas when it comes to concepts and what’s offered on the menu. Our city breeds beast chefs that have amazing stories and amazing eateries.

Food Is Big Business In Las Vegas

According to the Nevada Gaming Control Board and UNLV, food and beverage sales make up about 22% of a casino’s yearly revenue.

Another interesting fact is the change in food scenery when it comes to On-The-Strip and Off-The-Strip dining. A report from the Foodservice Equipment and Supplies publication states that the Las Vegas Strip geared activities and entertainment to be more “family friendly.” As a result. many casinos decided to offer affordable restaurants, which was actually successful.

Current Trends When It Comes To Las Vegas’ Restaurant Scene

2023 was the year of food halls. Eat Your Heart Out; in the new Durango Casino and Resort, Cheongdam Food Hall; on Spring Mountain Road and Durango Drive, and the antipcated Canteen Food Hall in the Rio Hotel & Casino are just a few new or about-to-open food halls that we’re excited to try.

Most casinos now have thrown away the buffet option and replaced them with food halls. And the idea of food halls make perfect sense. They’re fast, offer variety and convenient. (Personal rant: But personally, I’m not a big fan of ordering food at machines, which is what some food halls have. I still prefer ordering food from a person at a cash register.)

According to Simplot Foods Foodservice Solutions, there are another 127 food halls in development in the United States with many having an open date in 2024.

From food halls to stand-alone restaurants, there is constant innovation and change in Las Vegas. 2024 is not exception to our city’s ever desire to find the next “big thing.” Here are some new restaurants that you must check out in 2024!

  • Winnie & Ethel's Diner + Full Bar

    Address: 1130 E Charleston Blvd Suite 140, Las Vegas, NV 89104

    Winnie & Ethel’s Diner was the winner of the The Great Las Vegas Coffee Shop Giveaway, and the couple who owns this breakfast eatery is awesome! Winnie & Ethel’s takes traditional Americana breakfast with an elevated flavor profile. The days of dry pork chops and bad corned beef sandwiches are over! Everything at Winnie & Ethel’s is seasoned to perfection, crispy and packed with flavor. Some of our personal menu highlights are the Babka French Toast, which is a thick cut of French toast stuffed with chocolate and topped with pecan butter. Don’t forget the candied pecans and orange syrup. The Country Fried Steak will take you back to nostalgia, and it’s paired with crispy hash browns that just warms your soul up. 

  • Cheongdam Food Hall

    Address: 8610 W Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89117

    Nestled on Durango Drive and Spring Mountain Road, Cheongdam Food Hall is the city’s local-centered food hall. Cheongdam Food Hall offers six different dining concepts. Smile Shota All-You-Can-Eat sushi, Teddy Butter House; coffee and pastries, Tacos By Carmen & Jose 1982, Curry Ya; a Japanese curry eatery, HoHo Crunch; a Korean dessert shop and Halgatteok; a Korean street food restaurant.

    It’s in a great location with many different office buildings, local businesses and casinos in short distance.

  • H Mart

    Open Date: Spring 2024

     Address 2620 S Decatur Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89102

    According to Eater Vegas, H Mart is set to open a food hall — surprise! Here are some of the restaurants that will be housed in H Mart’s food court: Bb.q Chicken; a Korean fried chicken place, Moobongri Soondae; a traditional Korean noodle, hot pot and bbq eatery, Jopok Topokki; offering tteokbokki rice cakes, Paik’s Noodles, Hanmo Tofu, Oh-K Dog & Egg Toast and Tiger Sugar; a bubble tea house. 

    Along with a food court, H Mart is a Korean grocery store that offers food, ingredients and goods from different Asian countries. H Mart is a foundation in many Korean families’ lives, so it’s exciting that they’re finally bringing one to Las Vegas! From tasty small plates, exciting snacks, great fish and meat and other great produce, H Mart will be a great addition to the Las Vegas food scene as a whole.

  • Morning News

    Address: 3154 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102

    Calling all breakfast lovers, Morning News is Las Vegas newest and trendy breakfast joint. From chorizo poutine, Fuji Apple pie pancakes, and beautifully thick-cut bacon, the menu at Morning News teethers on traditional breakfast with a peppering of West Coast flair and flavor.

  • Papi Steak

    Address: 2777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 located inside of the Fontainebleau Las Vegas.

    It’s hyped, pricey but looks so fabulous — it’s Papi Steak. Located inside of the new Fontainebleau Las Vegas, Papi Steak, “fuses Golden Era Hollywood swagger with modern day spectacle to create an entirely new steakhouse experience,” according to the website. It’s popular in Miami, and it’s a place where you go for the experience. You can quite literally get caviar as a steak topper. The atmosphere covers you in a club-like setting, and you just feel excitement when you eat here.

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