Best New Las Vegas Restaurants on the Strip: Lists the Top Five New Las Vegas Restaurants of 2013

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Travelers looking for a new Las Vegas restaurant have plenty of options in 2013. With world-famous chefs and gourmet cuisine, there’s never been a better time to taste all Las Vegas has to offer.

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Leave it to New York chef Tom Colicchio to bring the fire at Heritage Steak at The Mirage Hotel Las Vegas. Set to open this summer, Heritage Steak will feature premium meats prepared entirely over an open flame.

Patrons looking to visit Sin City will find many new Las Vegas restaurants in 2013. Many popular eateries are right inside Las Vegas hotels on the Strip. Vegas is an official foodie destination for steak, sushi and everything in between. With so many options to choose from, chooses the top five new restaurants in Las Vegas.

∙ Pub 1842 at MGM Grand Las Vegas
Located inside the MGM Grand is one of the best new restaurants in Las Vegas, Michael Mina's Pub 1842. The title year is when Pilsner beer was invented, as Pub 1842 offers a more than 40 different handcrafted beers. Pub 1842 is all American comfort-food with style. The relaxed atmosphere, yummy dishes and affordable pricing have attracted tourists, locals and connoisseurs since opening day in June of 2013. Chef Michael Mina diverts from his traditional gourmet cuisine to serve up some of the most delicious twists on classic dishes. Just try the peanut butter crunch burger.

∙ Kumi Sushi at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas
From award-winning chef Akira Back of Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant and Lounge at the Bellagio, comes the latest upscale Las Vegas sushi restaurant. Kumi Japanese Restaurant and Bar at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino features a unique take on the Japanese cuisine. Chef Back adds a Korean American flair to his impressive dishes. For thirsty patrons, Kumi Sushi features a full bar with specialty cocktails designed by master mixologists. The ambiance at Kumi also attracts many Las Vegas diners. The 10,000 square ft. restaurant can seat up to 300 patrons and features a full service lounge, a sushi bar glazed in cobalt blue tiles and cherry blossom artwork. This winning collaboration between The Light Group and Chef Akira is quickly becoming a mainstay on the Las Vegas Strip. The Bone-in pork chop with apple fennel slaw and apple miso glaze is already a fan favorite.

∙ Five50 Pizza at Aria Hotel Las Vegas
Five50 Pizza Bar inside Aria Las Vegas is not the average carry-out joint. Chef and restaurateur Shawn McCain, who is the mastermind behind Sage restaurant at Aria, puts a twist on the classic east-coast slice in his latest venture. The hybrid crust makes for a purely unique consistency that Las Vegas taste buds seem to love. Patrons are literally eating up innovative inventions such as the Gotham, made with pepperoni, sausage, salami, mozzarella and Grana Padano cheeses. Ice Cold Craft beer, small bites, salads and desserts compliment the Pizza bar as well. Since the slice counter is open late, Five50 Pizza Is the perfect Las Vegas post-party spot.

∙ Heritage Steak At The Mirage Las Vegas
The Las Vegas steakhouse market is pretty saturated in Sin City. With some of the best steakhouses in the world, it can be hard to stand out. Leave it to New York chef Tom Colicchio to bring the fire at Heritage Steak at The Mirage Hotel Las Vegas. Set to open this summer, Heritage Steak will feature premium meats prepared entirely over an open flame. The decor at the 220-seat eatery features many wood elements, which blend perfectly into the tropical atrium at the Mirage hotel Las Vegas.

∙ Burgr at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas
From world famous chef Gordon Ramsay comes one of the best new gourmet burger restaurants on the Strip. Burgr is located at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip inside The Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas. Bystanders will immediately notice the window display, with cascading flames that are sure to lure in hungry spectators. Sports fans can chow down on the scrumptious patties and watch the game on 16 high definition TVs. Speaking of TV, try the Hell’s Kitchen Burger, one of the most popular menu items named after Ramsay’s famous reality show. The creation features mild asadero cheese, jalapenos, tomatoes and cool avocado. Patrons can also indulge their sweet tooth with a pudding shake on their next Las Vegas vacation.

This article was written by Lauren Yap, Editor of is an authority on how to save money and get the best value when planning travel to Las Vegas. searches the web for the best packages, specials, promotions, deals, and promo code offers that help travelers save and get the most value when booking hotel rooms, tours, and shows in Las Vegas.

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