Why It's Hot: Part restaurant, part cabaret and live entertainment venue, RRL is unlike anything that’s hit the Las Vegas Strip thus far. Several different rooms, all equally lavish, whimsical and over-the-top, completely fit The Cosmopolitan’s “just the right amount of wrong” tagline. You can have cocktails in a study after picking your own vinyl for the turntable, move a wall and enter a dining room that looks into various other rooms with random live acts on stages. There’s music everywhere - this isn’t a quiet dinner type of place - and things to see and experience at every turn. Like the name suggests, it's a rabbit hole of a restaurant - you may get caught having fun for hours.
Must Order: The menu is comprised of small plates and dramatically presented large-format dishes, like the beef Wellington ($275), all meant for sharing. The caviar-stuffed tacos ($15 each), crispy oysters Rockefeller ($16), uni perciatelli ($36) and short rib Stroganoff ($19) are all winning dishes. Don’t miss out on the special cocktails in the Study.
Insider Tip: While you have to buy tickets for shows in the Canto room - the latest show is the bawdiest - you can dine in any of the other spots with or without reservations. But it’s still best to make them. Book here.
3708 S. Las Vegas Blvd; 877-667-0585