Heat Things Up at These Sexy Las Vegas Restaurants

These seductive restaurants can create a special memory.

When it comes time to make a romantic impression, the right ambiance can set the tone. Try one of these 10 romantic restaurants in Las Vegas that will get the heartstrings moving. 


Ask for one of Carbone's very romantic red booths in the main dining room for privacy and then let the tuxedoed captains lead you through this Italian dinner. Aria, Las Vegas, 877.230.2742

Eiffel Tower, Las Vegas

Eiffel Tower Restaurant

How much more romantic can it get than a dinner inside the Eiffel Tower? Try the Rossini-style filet mignon with foie gras and truffle sauce. Paris, Las Vegas, 702.948.6937

Alize, Las Vegas


Stunning views of the Strip from 56 stories up and French fare make this restaurant a perfect place for romance. Try the seven-course tasting menu that routinely changes. Palms, Las Vegas, 702.951.7000

Aureole, Las Vegas


Charlie Palmer’s restaurant features a four-story wine tower with angels flying to fetch bottles and the Swan Court for über-romantic experiences. Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, 702.632.7401

Scarpetta, Las Vegas


Scott Conant’s Italian restaurant features curved booths for privacy and views of the fountains at Bellagio. Worth it? The spaghetti with tomato and basil. Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, 702.698.7960

Hugo's Cellar, Las Vegas

Hugo’s Cellar

Every lady gets a rose at this romantic gem in downtown Las Vegas. Tableside desserts such as cherries jubilee add to the ambiance. Four Queens, Las Vegas, 702.385.4011

Picasso, Las Vegas


Sit among original artwork and sculptures from the restaurant’s namesake Pablo while chef Julian Serrano dazzles guests with French-Mediterranean fare. Bellagio, Las Vegas, 702.693.7223

Strip House, Las Vegas

Strip House

Decked out in vivacious reds with the feel of a bordello, this steak house features romantic lighting to boot. Do save room for the 24-layer chocolate cake. Planet Hollywood Resort, Las Vegas, 702.737.5200

Piero's, Las Vegas


Make like a local and head to this Italian restaurant for the best osso bucco in town and canoodling booths that once served as part of the set for a scene in “Casino.” 355 Convention Center Drive, Las Vegas, 702.369.2305

Sage, Las Vegas


Order a libation from the rolling absinthe cart or just get Sage's foie gras brulée. This room features hand-painted murals by Paulin Pâris. Aria, Las Vegas, 702.590.8690