The restaurant industry in Las Vegas was undoubtedly damaged by the Great Recession, and recovery has been slow for restaurants located on The Strip. Recently, however, Las Vegas has seen the city's own food and beverage industries rebound at unprecedented levels, with the city's local restaurant industry ranking as one of the most competitive in the nation.
The restaurant industry is growing on numerous fronts in Las Vegas, including the city welcoming national fast-food chains such as White Castle and Chick-fil-A, as well a number of other independent concepts, both casual and fine dining. Yet perhaps most important to city's growth is the level of competition now existing between Vegas restaurants (and even some retailers, such as Whole Foods) that pushes concepts to produce their very best product, much to the delight of local residents. Will Las Vegas' restaurant industry continue to grow? Read More