The Las Vegas culinary scene is primarily known for the restaurant successes that occupy famous Vegas hotels on the strip. But since local Vegas residents don't tend to visit the strip often, the off-strip food culture has been expanding to cater to local customers.
A recent trend has arisen; Chefs are leaving the strip to open their own restaurants. This was previously seen as daunting task. However, with the influx of top chefs developing off-strip restaurants, diners can now find great options all over Vegas.
Some of these off-strip restaurants successes are veterans on our Foodable Top 25 Vegas Restaurants including, Honey Salt (placing no. 21 this September) and Eat. (Placing no. 18 this September.) Read More