Restaurants & Bars
Room amenities include television, mini bar, media hub, safety deposit box, and Carrera marble-adorned bathroom.
Joel Robuchon at The Mansion - Known around the world as "Chef of the Century", legendary French chef Joel Robuchon has come straight out of retirement to open his very first and only fine dining restaurant in the United States. Joel Robuchon at The Mansion caters to a sophisticated palate that features a gastronomic menu of his finer specialties. The cuisine will be traditional French, reflecting Robuchon's simplicity and respect for the finest ingredients.
L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon - Enjoy L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon's unique counter-service, as your dinner is created right before your eyes, in a friendly, interactive atmosphere--complete with tapas and entrées, a tasting menu and wines from around the world.
Craftsteak - To say that Craftsteak merely creates extraordinary steaks would do the restaurant a disservice. James Beard Award-winning chef Tom Colicchio is emphatic when it comes to creating menu items that appeal to all lovers of fine food. Using the purest ingredients and a philosophy that simpler is better, he makes every dish burst forth with flavor deserving of its fine reputation. The entrées aren't the specialties here; the whole menu is.
Fiamma - Straight from SoHo, where it earned the coveted Three Star designation from the New York Times, Fiamma is among the newest restaurants to open at MGM Grand. Sleek, sexy and sophisticated, the James Beard Award-nominated Italian trattoria features signature dishes and hearty pastas that reflect the simple seasonings and flavors of Italy.
Nobhill - No fog. No hills. No earthquakes. Just delightful San Francisco neighborhood-inspired cuisine elevated to an art form by the master of James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Mina. The organic produce and poultry are flown in direct from San Francisco and provide the foundation for creating extraordinary tastes. The North Beach Cioppino and the Lobster Pot Pie are renowned for raising eyebrows and smiles.
Shibuya - Expansive and spectacular, it's the ultimate destination for Japanese cuisine. Direct from the stylish Tokyo district that bears its name, Shibuya features freshly prepared ingredients, stellar sushi and the widest sake selection this side of the Pacific. All served in an airy and ambient setting. Experience the sleek urban elegance of Shibuya. And transport yourself to the far-from-ordinary East.
Pearl - Cuisine with the essence of the Canton and Shanghai provinces, prepared utilizing the four Chinese cooking methods: steamed, braised, baked and fried. Live seafood is the specialty. Chef Kai-Wai Yau prefers a menu that constantly changes so he can take advantage of rare and unique seasonal offerings. The atmosphere is serene and contemporary Chinese. A masterpiece both in looks and in taste.
Seablue - Hook, line and savor! James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Mina's newest restaurant is Seablue, inspired by the bustling ports and marketplaces of the Mediterranean. Fish and shellfish are flown in from around the world daily and prepared in two lively open show kitchens. The menu features tapas and small plates ideal for family-style sharing; custom-designed salads; innovative seafood entrées and jet-fresh whole fish cooked over a wood-fired grill. The stylish room is filled with sea-centric details, and walls of stone and water. Ocean-fresh is the focus here, so let your taste buds go for a swim.
Emeril's - Scallops from Maine. Pike from the Midwest. Chicken from Alabama. Emeril's creates its own fresh and distinct blend of Creole/Cajun cuisine as good as you'll taste in any French Quarter restaurant. Add to that a wine list that received Wine Spectator's 1999 "Best of Award of Excellence" and a New Orleans-style architecture, and you'll see why Emeril's is much closer to Bourbon Street than it is to the Vegas strip.
Diego - Paying homage to Mexico's culinary traditions through bold flavors, honest ingredients and modern techniques, Diego is a bright and vibrant restaurant featuring authentic dishes steeped in tradition and served with a twist. Treat yourself--and your taste buds--to a culinary journey decided south of the border.
Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill - In the latest foray into culinary classics, celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has taken the bar & grill, an American institution, to a golden state. Come, savor the California-inspired cuisine of a beachy bistro where sand and surf meet bar and grill.
Grand Wok - A culinary cross-section of Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean and Vietnamese, the Grand Wok is the place to dine when your cravings for Asian cannot be ignored. With an open sushi bar and kitchen, bamboo floors accented in black granite, and a private glass-walled dining area with waterfall, an evening here will give your palate a lesson on the finer points of Asian cuisine.
Studio Café - When you need a place to eat at any time of day, head to the Studio Café. Open 24-hours, this casual dining spot serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The after-hours menu is one-of-a-kind, with new gourmet dishes such as flatbread pizzas, Turkey Ciabatta and Mediterranean Braised Salmon. Got a late-night craving? The Studio Café won't disappoint.
Rainforest Café - Dine at a table surrounded by lush vegetation, cool mists, cascading waterfalls and creatures indigenous to the rainforest. Thunderstorms will crash overhead. And fish watching is a must with the 10,000-gallon double archway saltwater aquarium. Try the Primal Steak, or the Rumble in the Jungle Turkey Pita. The Rainforest Café is part adventure, part restaurant and wholly entertaining.
MGM Grand Buffet - Open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the key to this buffet is to plan ahead. Enjoy the dinner buffet featuring items like king crab legs, rack of lamb, turkey carved to order, and prime rib. There is also an extensive salad bar for veggie lovers and an appetite-satisfying assortment of desserts for those with a sweet tooth. Champagne brunches are served on weekends, and feature items like Blueberry Blintzes, do-it-yourself omelets, and delectable deserts.
'wichcraft - Sink your teeth into sandwiches crafted from artisan breads, slow-roasted meats, seasonal produce and premium cheeses. 'wichcraft is great on-the-go. Take a sandwich, a sweet treat and a unique beverage to the pool, to your room, or on your trip home.
Stage Deli - The Stage Deli features mouth-watering pastrami-on-rye sandwiches that have virtually become a coveted fifth food group for New Yorkers. Enjoy breakfast or something from the deli menu in a walk-up style restaurant located near the Race & Sports Book.
24-hour room service available
Zuri - This 100-seat bar is located just off the main lobby. Cocktails include fruit-infused spirits such as Granny Smith Apple and cinnamon-infused vodka and frozen Woodford Reserve Bourbon infused with peaches. Features a special menu "for the morning after the night before" that includes a variety of "liquid brunch" drinks and Bloody Marys. Open 24-hours.
Centrifuge - This 77-seat bar is adjacent to the Poker Room, the Race & Sports Book and Studio 54. Features a progressive music program and choreographed dance numbers. Open nightly at 4pm for ages 21 and older.
Teatro Euro Bar - Presenting a Las Vegas first, Teatro Euro Bar fuses nightlife with entertainment in an intimate atmosphere. Open Tuesday-Saturday at 9pm for ages 21 and older.
Tabú - A chic, cosmopolitan ultra lounge. VIP area is truly private, complete with a separate bar and private restroom. Features funky furniture, marble and wood floors plus tables with reactive imagery. Open Tuesday–Sunday at 10pm for ages 21 and older.
Studio 54 - The reinvention of the legendary nightclub, Studio 54 continues to be an integral part of the entertainment scene at MGM Grand. The two-story club features state-of-the-art sound, as well as DJs spinning the hottest selection of chart-topping dance music nightly. Open Tuesday–Saturday at 10pm for ages 21 and older.
32º - Stylish frozen drink bar located in Studio Walk. Serves frozen MGM Grand signature cocktails in specialty glassware including Bing Cherry Daiquiris, Mojitos, Piña Coladas and Cable Cars. Open daily, 10am–11pm.