The Best Lobster & Seafood Restaurants in Las Vegas

When most people think of Las Vegas, they tend to think of the famous American city’s casinos and its nightlife. However, if you were to take a trip to Vegas, you would quickly discover that there are many other things to do in Las Vegas than playing at one of its many unique and massive casinos. For instance, it is home to several fantastic lobster and seafood restaurants.

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The following are three of the beat seafood restaurants you will find during your trip to Sin City:


American Fish by Michael Mina – located in the Aria Hotel Casino, this upscale restaurant offers patrons a fine dining experience in a beautiful ocean-themed atmosphere. Some of the exquisite foods you will find here include New England Lobster Roll, Mustard-Marinated Black Cod, and Cornmeal-Crusted Rainbow Trout.



Maine lobster claws, oysters and littleneck clams on a plate

Oysters and Lobsters at Aquaknox in Las Vegas

Aquaknox – at the famous Venetian Casino and hotel, you will find Aquaknox, an incredibly sophisticated seafood restaurant that provides customers with a menu that includes fresh fish that is flown in each day and skillfully prepared to create succulent dishes like Maine Lobster Bisque. Other tasty dishes include Yellowfin Tuna, Stone Crab Claws, Alaskan Halibut, and Caviar.

New England seafood tower at Mastros Ocean Club Las Vegas

Mastro’s Ocean Club – the Las Vegas version of this seafood restaurant can be found in the posh shopping mall located in the CityCenter Complex. The restaurant is situated within a curvy two-story structure that is known as “The Treehouse”. Some of its signature dishes include the Butter Cake and the iced Seafood Tower. Patrons looking for traditional seafood dishes will also find Alaskan King Crab, Broiled Live Main Lobster, Salmon, Halibut, and Tuna.





© Wayne Howe 2015


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