Vegas features some of the best restaurants in the world.
When you’re in town, it would be a pity if you missed out on all that great dining because you had a meeting to attend. When your prospective clients are interested in getting together, consider turning it into a dinner occasion by booking a private room at one of Sin City’s finest places to eat.
For over 30 years, Piero’s has been serving Vegas’ elite celebrities, politicians, and mobsters. It’s so recognizably old-school Vegas that it was even used to shoot several scenes from the movie Casino.
Reserve the private Monkey Bar room and you can conduct your business in the same private dining room where Rat Pack members and mob bosses used to hang out. Or, grab a table in the main dining room and you never know who you might see.
With room for parties as small as 8 or as big as 120, Ferraro’s is happy to create a completely customizable experience for your next event. They’ve even got audiovisual capabilities in case you need to present your next proposal between courses of delectable southern Italian fare.
Reserve the private open-air patio of the SW Steakhouse and you and your guests can enjoy chili-rubbed ribeyes prepared by award-winning chef, David Walzog. You’ll also be treated to great views of the Wynn Resort’s Lake of Dreams, a stunning audiovisual show that plays out every evening, starting at dusk.
At Sinatra in the Encore Resort at Wynn, you can treat up to 40 guests at the outdoor terrace or book a more intimate meal in the Chairman’s Room, with space for up to 14. The best thing to order? If the restaurant’s namesake were to choose, he’d recommend the spaghetti and clams.
Host small gatherings of up to 16 or buy out the entire space for a corporate event with 350 guests at Hexx Kitchen & Bar. Indoor and outdoor patio spaces are tastefully designed to suit any event and sweeping views of the Bellagio fountains offer the perfect backdrop for your next meeting.
Incorporate island vibes at your next meeting by reserving a private dining room at Bahama Breeze. There’s room for parties of up to 300 people, and their tropical drinks, a soundtrack of steel drums, and Caribbean fare offer a unique change of pace when you and your guests have had too much steak and Italian food.
Private dining spaces often lack the tech amenities of most conference rooms. Fleming’s Steakhouse is different. In addition to massive tomahawk steaks, they offer the ability to conference with the private dining rooms in their other 69 locations across the country.
In Vegas, you can rent out the Boulevard Room with space for up to 30 guests, grab the Sunset Room with space for 45, or combine them for a larger event and conference - in your steak-loving business partners.
Hearthstone features simple, refined food in a casual environment. Picture rotisserie chickens coming out of wood-fired ovens and braised short ribs with butternut squash gnocchi.
You can rent out the lounge to play shuffleboard or watch the game while you mingle with up to 80 guests, grab the outdoor patio to get up-close to the wood-burning fire pit with room for 100 people, or rent out the entire venue for events that need space for up to 300.
For a more casual event, consider Holsteins for its outrageously good burgers. Bite into over-the-top creations like the Billionaire Burger, with Kobe beef and foie gras, or the Gold Standard, with dry-aged sirloin beef, smoked bacon, and aged goat cheddar cheese.
If those aren’t reason enough to book your private event, their boozy milkshakes should seal the deal. For example, consider the Drunken Monkey, an insane combination of hazelnut liqueur, malt, banana, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Chick-O-Stick, banana Laffy Taffy, vanilla frosting, and Reese’s Pieces.
Three private dining areas capable of hosting 12 to 80 guests are available at Mastro's Ocean Club Las Vegas. Enjoy fresh seafood and sushi with views of the restaurant’s architecturally stunning dining room known as "The Tree House", which is also available to reserve for private events.
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