Although Las Vegas has a history of prioritizing cheap thrills over substance, it has transformed itself into a luxury destination over the last decade. This is partially because of restaurants like Restaurant Guy Savoy, which is operated by Michelin-starred chef Guy Savoy.
Chef Savoy serves decadent French cuisine in his spare, modernist dining room. As such, dishes like artichoke and black truffle soup, foie gras, and grapefruit terrine populating the menu.
If you just won big at the casino and are feeling like a high roller, you can reserve the chef’s table. At this table, you and five friends can indulge in a personalized tasting menu perfectly paired with Krug champagne.