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Just because you’re at a resort to have a good time at the casino, it doesn’t mean your fun ends there. Life is about satisfying all your senses, and that includes sampling the best food the world has to offer at the casino restaurants. Sit back. Your culinary adventure is about to begin.

Take a Break From Poker and Let Your Mouth Water

If you’ve ever tried focusing on an empty stomach, you know how difficult it is. The same applies to winning at cards. Treat yourself to a delicious meal at these world-class restaurants, and then you’ll be able to rake in some cash at the gaming tables.

Bellagio, Las Vegas

Soak in some artwork by Picasso while you sample Chef Julian Serrano’s creations. Allow the Bellagio fountain to lull you into a trance, along with some French and Spanish-inspired dishes. Treat your palate to pan-seared scallops and the unmissable potato mousseline.

The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas

A resort named Cosmopolitan wouldn’t be complete without a restaurant featuring the most tantalizing fusion cuisine. Chef José Andrés pays homage to spice with original dishes like Asian duck tacos at China Poblano. If you are looking for something on the traditional side, walk over to Jaleo, where you’ll taste some authentic Spanish tapas.

Monte Carlo Resort, Monte Carlo, Monaco

A trip to Monaco isn’t over until you have a date at Alain Ducasse’s flagship restaurant. This French genius is known for his Michelin stars, and with great reason. You’ll discover that every award this man holds is well-deserved the moment you taste his marjoram-studded seabass. Don’t forget to pair it with an impressive bottle of wine.

Atlantis, Bahamas

Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten uses the ingredients this beautiful island has to offer. Pay a visit to Café Martinique and savor an elevated lobster thermidor. To top things off, choose a white from an extensive wine list for an unforgettable meal.

Sheraton Hotel & Casino, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico isn’t the first place you think of when searching for world cuisine. But that is what Chef Janet Berrios aims to establish. Metropol offers a refined modern cuisine with rich global influences that’s guaranteed to excite.

Harrah’s, New Orleans

BH Steak celebrates meat and dessert. This fresh presentation on the traditional steakhouse glorifies Louisiana ingredients to bring you a superb prime ribeye main dish with comforting gumbo on the side.

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands doesn’t disappoint with its fine selection of restaurants. Here, you’ll discover a Japanese restaurant with a cult following. Waku Ghin by Chef Tetsuya Wakuda offers an indelible 10-course tasting menu that will have you coming back for more.

Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas

At Charlie Palmer’s Aureole, you’re in for a treat. Not only will you sink your teeth in one of the best-tasting menus out there, but you’ll also be treated with flying acrobatic angels throughout the meal. If it’s a performance you’re looking for, this is it.

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

The grandiosity of Caesars Palace is a magnet, and it’s no wonder that the majority of Vegas visitors are there. Gamble your heart out, but not before you visit Restaurant Guy Savoy. There are several reasons French fine dining is so appealing, and this is one of them. Make sure you don’t leave without trying its signature octopus terrine.

Bon Appétit!

Now that you’ve had the best meal of your life, it’s time to play to win. It might be challenging to think about cards with foie gras on your mind, but we know what you’re capable of. And if you decide to go for a second dinner, nobody’s going to blame you.