Tourists in Las Vegas are likely to have noticed that their sights have been eclipsed by other sights, and the result is a dearth of new offerings.
For those wanting to explore the sights of Las Vegas for a week, the options are limited.
While there are a few more great restaurants, it’s not the same as it once was.
What’s more, you’re probably not going to see a whole lot of new things from new chefs.
The Las Vegas Tourism Infrastructure Commission (LVTC) has been keeping a close eye on the industry, but it seems that new restaurants are mostly the exception rather than the rule.
The average visitor to Las Vegas has not seen a whole heck of a lot of great dining, so what’s the problem?
One of the reasons for this is the lack of quality restaurants, according to the LVTC’s latest results.
The organisation is also concerned that restaurants that do make it into the top 100 are under performing compared to their peers in other cities.
To put things in perspective, the average visitor is more likely to see 100 restaurants, while the top restaurants on the LVTTC’s list have only seen 40 in the past 10 years.
For comparison, the top 50 restaurants in New York are expected to have at least 400 dining spots.
With that in mind, we’ve put together a guide to some of our favourite restaurants in Las Vegas.