5 Italian Restaurants Las Vegas Residents Love

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Las Vegas is a large city with a variety of restaurants, and it can be hard to choose one, especially if you are in the mood for Italian. If you are craving some of your favorite Italian dishes from lasagna, to risotto, to carbonara, to truffles, or looking for a traditional spaghetti, you can find it in Las Vegas.

Whether you are in the mood for northern, southern, family-style, or gourmet Italian cuisine, you can find a restaurant in Vegas. Below you will find five Italian restaurants that Las Vegas residents love.

5 Italian Restaurants Las Vegas Residents Love

1. Bottiglia

At  Henderson Italian Restaurant Bottiglia, customers can enjoy the bright and lively surroundings, that flows through to the menu. On the list, you will find a variety of antipasti, salads, fresh fish, and homemade pappardelle Bolognese. Henderson Italian Restaurant offers its visitors delicious Italian cuisine and a unique wine list with a variety of choices. Local residents enjoy the Tuscan-style food, as they enjoy the open atmosphere and view of the Las Vegas desert at Henderson Italian Restaurant.

2. Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar Since 1985 Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar have been offering Las Vegas residents a unique and authentical Italian dining experience.  Chef Mimmo is a trained Italian chef, and the best ingredients are used in the restaurants homemade pasta, sausages, breads, and desserts. 

At Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar, pastas, breads, and desserts are made daily on-premise. There are also whole-wheat and gluten-free pasta options available. Along with good food, you can complement your dinner with delicious wine from the extensive wine cellar at the Wine Bar.

3. Chicago Joe’s

If you are looking for a budget-friendly restaurant that has excellent food and reputation, then look no further then Chicago Joe’s. The vibe at Chicago Joe’s is a down-home Italian eatery, and on their website, they keep a picture gallery of visitors. It a popular spot with locals because they can enjoy authentic Italian food without breaking the wallet and get away from the hoopla of the strip.

 4. Scarpetta

The Scarpetta is an elegant restaurant located in The Cosmopolitan in the Boulevard Tower. Customers are treated to a remarkable view overlooking the Las Vegas strip. It’s a great spot that locals like to celebrate birthday or anniversaries at Scarpetta. The menu has lots of seafood, gluten-free, and vegetarian options available for customers to enjoy.

5. Capo’s Restaurant & Speakeasy

Capo’s Restaurant & Speakeasy is off the beaten path and is a place people love to visit for there mobster-style, speakeasy theme, with the restaurant itself dimly lit, and red booths to sit and enjoy your meal.  The food and service are excellent, making Capo’s Restaurant and Speakeasy a popular spot for Las Vegas locals. Enjoy a mobster themed meal, with all dishes being named in a mobster style, for example, “Sawed-off Sauage and Peppers” or  “Bust a Cap.” There’s a variety on the menu for customers to enjoy from traditional family specialties and modern adaptations.  You’ll never forget your eating experience at Capo’s Restaurant and Speakeasy.

Final Thoughts

If you are traveling to Las Vegas for the first time, make sure you relax and have a good time! Look for places that local residents enjoy eating at since locals help keep areas open, the restaurants must offer some pretty good food. If you are really in the mood for one of your favorite Italian dishes, such as carbonara, lasagna, traditional spaghetti, risotto, truffles, or focaccia, then definitely start by visiting one of the five restaurants listed above to get your fix on. You’ll find your favorites from pastas, seafood, breads, and desserts at one of these famous Italian restaurants: Henderson Italian Restaurant, Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar, Chicago Joe’s, Scarpetta, and Capo’s Restaurant & Speakeasy.

About Dawn McAlexander

Dawn has been a music lover her entire life. She went to college in Boone, NC, an area that is rich in music and culture. She also worked as a radio deejay for 8 years and grew up in Southeastern, Va, a melting pot of different musical styles and traditions. She has been to more concerts than she can count in every genre you can imagine. She resides in North Carolina with her furbabies and her massive collection of Disney memorabilia.

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