10 Best Food Halls In Las Vegas (On The Strip and Off-Strip)

By Elle
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Food halls are taking over Las Vegas by storm and we are totally in support of it. After all, we love casual dining much more than fine dining, and food halls equate to casual dining at its finest!

Before we start sharing our favorite food halls in Las Vegas, we want to get one thing straight: a food hall is not the same thing as a food court.

At a food court, you’ll find more mass-market, restaurant chains like Subway, Sbarro, Panda Express, etc. These food courts were built for convenience and cost savings — not necessarily for socializing or actually enjoying what you’re eating!

At a food hall though, you’ll find a curated selection of eatery brands that are new to the market or totally killing it in the restaurant space. The food, despite being casual, is not ‘fast’. And unlike food courts, you’ll actually want to linger longer and explore all the different offerings at food halls.

Food halls are social dining destinations with actually good food that aims to satisfy multiple palates. So now we’re all on the same page about what food halls are, let’s dive into the very best of them in Las Vegas!

Suppose you’re going on a food hall tasting adventure on the Las Vegas Strip. In that case, I’d recommend prioritizing Famous Foods Street Eats at Resorts World for the super unique concept and Block 16 Urban Food Hall at The Cosmopolitan for the drool-worthy selection of restaurants you’ll find here. If Italian food is what you’re after, there’s no place better than Eataly at Park MGM!

If you’re open to venturing off-Strip for some foodie fun, head to Eat Your Heart Out Food Hall at Durango for the amazing food offerings — at any given time, we crave at least four of the restaurants within the food hall at Durango! Our #1 recommendation here? Ordering the Pan Roast at Oyster Bar! You can thank us later.


Food Halls In Las Vegas: On The Strip

Famous Foods Street Eats at Resorts World

Famous-Foods Resorts World
Courtesy of Resorts World

Inspired by the energetic street markets of Southeast Asia, Famous Foods Street Eats inside Resorts World features a curated collection of pan-Asian eateries by award-winning chefs from around the globe.

From international delights to street food favorites, the top things to try include diverse dishes like Texas barbecue with a Chinese and Vietnamese twist, flavorful hand-pulled noodles, Hainanese chicken rice, and Michelin-Plate-winning claypot dishes from Singapore.

You can explore all the offerings at Famous Foods here, but I’ll warn you now… there’s a lot to choose from!

Since you are in Vegas and on the Strip (as opposed to the actual streets of Singapore or Thailand), the food here does cost more than you’d expect for a ‘night market’ type of place. Expect dishes to cost $15-20 on average.

Location: Inside of Resorts World, 3000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Proper Eats Food Hall at ARIA

Proper Eats Food Hall ARIA
Courtesy of Jeff Green

For another casual food hall dining experience with lots of great options, head to Proper Eats Food Hall at ARIA Resort & Casino.

Try the gourmet egg sandos from Egghead, indulge in a comforting bowl of ramen from Laughing Buddha Ramen, try Steve Aoki’s (surprisingly good) pizza at Pizzaoki, and satisfy your sweet tooth at Easy Donuts.

Other options include the first Wexler’s Deli outside of Los Angeles; London’s famous Seoul Bird; and Clique’s newest concept, Temaki, serving fresh, innovative handrolls and other modern sushi dishes. In total, you’ll find ~10-12 eateries here, including the spacious Proper Bar.

Keep an eye out for their special events too. From live music to themed parties, their events calendar is packed with exciting happenings throughout the year. They have parties for Sunday football games, Valentine’s Day, March Madness, and lots more throughout the year.

And if you’re into bottomless mimosas and bloody marys, be sure to head there on Saturdays and Sundays!

Location: Within ARIA, Promenade Level, 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158

Block 16 Urban Food Hall at The Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Food Hall
Courtesy of Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Block 16 Urban Food Hall is yet another one of the hip and trendy food halls popping up all over Las Vegas. It’s the perfect spot to go hunting for creative bites with your group.

Expect a buzzing atmosphere, bold flavors, and top-notch eats from some of the country’s most sought-after purveyors. You can find mouthwatering flatbread sandwiches and rice bowls at Bāng Bar by Momofuku, indulgent donuts and sliders from District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew., as well as Hattie B’s Hot Chicken’s fiery Nashville-style chicken, and Lardo’s over-the-top sandwiches.

Many of these restaurants are extremely famous in their originating city/state, so be sure to try whatever sounds good to you! While we haven’t tried the Vegas locations of all these restaurants, chances are, everything will be delicious!

Location: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Level 2, Boulevard Tower, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, NV 89109.

Eataly at Park MGM

Eataly at Park MGM Las Vegas

Eataly is easily my favorite attraction, eatery, setting (and everything else) about Park MGM.

This Italian marketplace and food hall is a foodie’s paradise. It’s even been called a gastronomic theme park for foodies! The massive space that makes up Eataly features several different restaurants, including a pizza bar, a sandwich shop, a pasta bar, a seafood-focused restaurant, and a wine bar.

You can also grab coffee and pastries, get a scoop of gelato, or shop for high-quality Italian groceries to take home such as cookies, olive oils, pantry items, cheeses, and meats (there are both butcher and salumeria stations). And surprisingly, the groceries here are not as overpriced as you’d think!

Having been to the LA location, the Bay Area location, and the Vegas location, I’ve gotta say that the Vegas Eataly is my favorite when it comes to layout. I don’t love the elevated Vegas prices when it comes to the food, but I sure do love everything else about it.

The space is so bright and airy and always buzzing with energy — it’s the perfect spot for a casual lunch or dinner if your group is all in agreement about eating Italian.

PRO TIP: If the wine-by-the-glass prices are a bit too high for you at the wine bar, you can buy a (much more affordable) bottle of wine from the grocery area and bring it back to your room to enjoy! You can also head to Eataly’s wine-tasting area during happy hour for discounts on wine flights!

The Promenade at Fontainebleau

Fontainebleau Las Vegas Food Hall
Courtesy of Fontainebleau

As a newcomer on the Strip, you best believe Fontainebleau got in on the food hall game too! At the Fontainebleau, the food hall concept is called The Promenade and it offers a handful of affordable, casual walk-up restaurants.

Break serves coffee and espresso drinks. Nona has salads and light snacks. Bar Ito, a sister location to the omakase Ito restaurant, will serve a curated menu of hand rolls and sashimi. You’ll also find Capon’s Burgers, a fast-casual joint for burgers, fries, and milkshakes by New York celebrity chef Josh Capon.

El Bagel serves bagels and bagel sandwiches from early morning through late night. The Miami Slice is where you want to go for pizza slices to-go. And for tacos, head to Roadside Taco to get your Los Angeles-style tacos and Mexican food fix.

Location: Inside Fontainebleau, 2777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The LINQ Promenade

While not a traditional food hall, The LINQ Promenade offers a pretty large range of affordable and casual dining options, including both quick bites and sit-down restaurants.

Indulge in carnival-inspired eats at Buddy’s Jersey Eats by Cake Boss Buddy Valastro, or savor comfort food classics with a twist at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar. For a taste of Italy, head to The Boss Cafe for casual Italian-American fare crafted by Valastro himself. Seafood lovers can feast on authentic British fish and chips at Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips, while Mexican cuisine enthusiasts can enjoy a fiesta at Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar.

Other highlights include freshly brewed coffee and pastries at Nook Express, gourmet brick oven pizza at Flour & Barley, and decadent chocolate desserts at SF-based Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop.

Even with all that said, this isn’t an exhaustive list. You will find a LOT of options at The LINQ (between the restaurants inside the hotel and throughout the promenade too).

Location: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109. Between The LINQ and Margaritaville, you’ll find the Strip entrance to the Promenade.

Food Halls In Las Vegas: Off-Strip

Canteen Food Hall at Rio

At Rio’s brand-spankin’ new food hall, Canteen Food Hall, you can expect an array of delicious food options from various culinary concepts.

Start your culinary journey at Nama Nama, where you can enjoy street food-style sushi from Tokyo (hand rolls and cut rolls made with tender and delicious sushi). Next, indulge in mouthwatering chicken tenders from Tender Crush, featuring recipes inspired by NYC’s diverse neighborhoods: Harlem Hot, BKLYN ‘Q, Thai Queens and more.

Feeling more like Mexican? Dive into Southland Burritos, featuring flavorful burritos with smoked braised beef that’ll leave you wanting more. Don’t miss out on Attaboy Burgers or Shogun Ramen either! Finally, experience the classic flavors of Tony Luke’s, serving freshly made hoagies with standout bread.

With a well-thought-out selection of food options, The Canteen Food Hall is a welcome newcomer to the Las Vegas food hall world. We really hope that this food hall helps reinvigorate the Rio Hotel to its former glory!

Location: Inside Rio Las Vegas, 3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103

Eat Your Heart Out Food Hall at Durango

In late 2023, the new Durango Casino opened its doors along with a 25,000-square-foot culinary venue, the Eat Your Heart Out food hall. The food hall features 11 food venues from Las Vegas and beyond inside a modern off-Strip Station Casinos-brand casino.

A food adventure here could mean biting into classic burgers and fries at Irv’s Burgers, sinking your teeth into New York-style pizzas at Prince Street Pizza, or going an Asian route with Yu-Or-Mi Sushi and Shang Artisan Noodle. If you’re feeling Hawaiian, the local fave Ai Pono Cafe is a no-brainer!

But because this is a Station Casino, there’s one iconic spot we haven’t named yet: Oyster Bar. This open-all-night local chain can be found in nearly all of the Station Casinos, offering dishes prepared before your eyes—including steamed clams, freshly shucked oysters, homemade pan roast (our personal fave!), soul-warming gumbo, and seafood pastas.

Pan Roast at Oyster Bar
The famous Pan Roast at Oyster Bar

After your meal, indulge in sweet treats like Nielsen’s Frozen Custard and craft cocktails at the lively bar, DRNK.

Location: Inside Durango Casino and Hotel, 6915 S Durango Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89148

The Sundry

The Sundry Food Hall at UnCommons

Nestled within the new UnCommons development in southwest Las Vegas, The Sundry Food Hall spans 20,000 square feet in an industrial-chic space that boasts both indoor and outdoor seating along with a full-service bar.

But here’s how The Sundry differs from other food halls. Instead of waiting in line at each of the separate food stalls, you actually start by checking in with the host/hostess so they can get you seated.

From there, you can seamlessly navigate the 14 restaurant concepts by scanning a QR code-accessed menu at your table. You’ll then order everything right on your phone — no waiting in line required!

From California-inspired delights like creative tacos at B.S. Taqueria to modern Indian cuisine at Dhaba Ji by Bibi Ji, and Southern fried chicken at Kowbird, The Sundry delivers an eclectic mix of flavors that are sure to fit the palates of your entire group. Local favorites like Kávos Coastal Greek Grill and Petite Peso’s modern Filipino fare further enrich the culinary landscape.

The Sundry Food Hall at UnCommons
You’ll find QR codes at each seat, genius!

Once you order, the food will be brought right to you! We personally found dining at The Sundry to be such a relaxing food hall experience because we didn’t have to spend any of our time hunting for seats at all.

Location: In UnCommons, 6840 Helen Toland St, Las Vegas, NV 89113

Cheongdam Food Hall

Cheongdam Food Hall brings a unique twist to its name inspired by the prestigious neighborhood in Seoul, South Korea. Unlike its high-end namesake, Cheongdam Food Hall offers all kinds of Korean bites at relatively affordable prices.

The hall is divided into two parts: Smile Shota, an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant, and five other food stalls offering Korean street food, Korean desserts, Japanese curry, all-day brunch, and even tacos.

If you ever find yourself headed towards Summerlin or the Red Rocks, you can easily make a stop at Cheongdam Food Hall to fill up on all-you-can-eat sushi and Korean comfort foods.

Location: 8610 W Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89117

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About The Author - Elle
About the author

My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!