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Good food is everywhere in Las Vegas. You just need to know where to look.
Restaurants in the JW Marriott Resort and Spa:
Featuring a rich bar area, perfect for an after-work or pre-dinner drink; a large, yet cozy dining room; and an expansive outdoor patio with a vibrant waterfall surrounded by lush foliage.
Enjoy the showmanship of the acclaimed Shizen chefs at the interactive and entertaining teppanyaki tables, or sit at the expansive sushi bar indulging in the freshest seafood available...
Enjoy the wide variety of selections from around the world, including wood-fired pizza, Asian cuisine, hand-carved meats, homemade desserts and more.
Overlooking the excitement of the casino, The Promenade Cafe features a wide variety of fare. With an all-new menu, now you can enjoy build-your-own deli sandwiches and Angus burgers, all-day breakfast, late-night favorites, and as always, our signature $9.99 3-course dinner menu.
Famed chef and restaurateur, Gustav Mauler, combines a classic Milanese menu, modest yet excellent wine selections and a chic setting at this Summerlin Las Vegas restaurant. Voted "Best Italian" in the 2013 Best of Las Vegas poll! Ask about our spectacular outdoor seating.
Start off your morning with your favorite selection of coffees and pastries, or swing by in the evening for an iced latté or steaming espresso. Enjoy specialty coffees, teas, and other beverages as well as assorted snacks.
More Dining Options Nearby:
In addition to great shopping, Tivoli Village offers a variety of cuisines from Brio Italian restaurant, Cantina Laredo, Kabuki, Poppy Den Asian Gastropub and more.
The Taste of Downtown Summerlin offers over 125 restaurants in an integrated open-air environment offering. Dining options for every palate is just minutes from the resort. Crave, Capriottis, Lindbergh and more.