5 Las Vegas Restaurants Where Gluttony is Not Only Forgiven, It’s Encouraged

Some say Las Vegas is the city of unadulterated over indulgence, and if that’s true, then The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ penchant for spoiling guests guarantees a getaway that’s positively sinful. Hey, we’re not judging. On the contrary, treating yourself is highly encouraged at The Cosmopolitan’s award-winning restaurant collection. Give in to your every craving at these five new Las Vegas restaurants guaranteed to bring out your inner glutton.

Beauty & Essex

Sharing is encouraged at this restaurant with a gritty pawn shop-inspired entrance. After his success with the flagship Beauty & Essex in New York City, acclaimed chef personality and restaurateur Chris Santos brought his innovative, communal cuisine to the Entertainment Capital of the World. Come to nibble on enticing dishes like Grilled Cheese Smoked Bacon & Tomato Soup Dumplings and Roasted Bone Marrow with rioja-braised shallot marmalade, all while surrounded by pearls, gemstones and vintage jewels.



Does your love for eggs know no bounds? The Cosmopolitan understands your struggle. If you’re lusting after eggs morning, noon, and night, Eggslut offers this breakfast staple in innovative styles at almost every time of day. With tempting fare like The Gaucho – a sandwich starring seared wagyu tri-tip steak topped with a cage-free over medium egg, chimichurri sauce, red onions and dressed arugula on a warm brioche bun – and a modern take on egg salad with honey mustard aioli, it’s hard to resist ordering everything on the menu.

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This izakaya-inspired restaurant invites guests to indulge in authentic, modern Japanese cuisine in a sophisticated atmosphere. Take your time sipping on world-class cocktails at the bar while sampling bold dishes designed to share. There’s no rush when plates are being replenished one after another from one of the restaurant’s three kitchens: the main, the sushi counter and the robata grill.



Featuring an evolving menu that draws influence from all over the world, including the United States, Japan and Korea, Momofuku’s first outpost on the West Coast is now open at The Cosmopolitan. With stunning Strip views and a five-panel mural by artist David Choe, you’ll feel like a VIP while savoring Chef David Chang’s dishes including steamed buns, noodles, and his twist on traditional surf-and-turf: fried chicken and caviar.

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Milk Bar

Award-winning chef Christina Tosi brought her talent for putting a playful spin on classic desserts to the streets of Las Vegas. Satisfy your sweet-tooth with favorites like b’day cake truffles, blueberry & cream cookies, and crack pie® – a circumference of gooey, buttery goodness. And you’ll be the envy of all dessert fans when you get to try this location’s Fancy Shakes. Tosi put a mature twist on these milkshakes made with classic flavors and a dash (or two) of booze.

Call your Liberty Travel consultant today to start planning a food-filled getaway to Las Vegas—your culinary adventure awaits.


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