Seek and Hide
Once you find it, you'll want to add this hidden gem to your list of best kept secrets. With its tricky location, Tinoco's Bistro, selected in 2002 as Las Vegas' Best Undiscovered Restaurant by Las Vegas Review Journal, offers affordable, gourmet Continental dining in an artsy atmosphere. This is a great excuse to run away from the strip, provided you don't get lost and end up eating fast food.
A Meallion Choices
Your stomach better be bigger than your eyes as you'll want to sample every tasty dish in this all-you-can-eat feast. Recognized as the best buffet in Vegas, year after year, by the Las Vegas Review-Journal's annual Best of Las Vegas® poll, the Carnival World Buffet at the Rio offers more than 300 dishes, from pizza to fresh carved meats, to Asian barbeque. Don't forget to save room for over 70 desserts. Otherwise, walk around to speed up digestion.
The steaks are high
When in Vegas, do what vegans don't do: Eat a steak. Carnivores will find the best Vegas steak house at CUT, the second location for master chef Wolfgang Puck. With a wide selection of savory cuts cooked to perfection, you'll be happy to "meat" your match and indulge in an early morning feast. 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. South (702) 607-6300
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