Las Vegas food lovers are buzzing about rustic dining, and there are a variety of these types of restaurants all over Vegas. Rustic style is a design emphasis on rugged and natural beauty which embraces nature-inspired textures, simple, and earthy colors. Below you will find some of the best rusting dining options in Las Vegas.
Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar
Red Rock Casino & Hotel
At Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar, guests receive pure, crafted, and house-made fare made from high-quality ingredients. At the heart of the restaurant are two rustic wood-burning ovens where savory, authentic dishes are cooked every day. The menu here reflects their simple and straightforward approach with items such as artisanal salads and shared plates including charcuterie selections as well as signature entrees made from scratch. Pair your meal with one of the wines on the extensive wine list at Hearthstones, which is a Summerlin Restaurant. The focus in designing Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar was to create a charming, rustic space that people will want to live in.
Searsucker has a laid back, retro-Americana atmosphere with American classic comfort foods. Menu staples are stout-braised short ribs with sweet potatoes and crispy onions and sharable plates such as buffalo style chicken lollipops, mac and cheese with Vermont cheddar and Applewood smoked bacon, and a shellfish platter with shrimp, tuna poke and oysters. Searsuckers’ atmosphere is both stylish and casual, which was designed by internationally-acclaimed designer Thomas Schoos. The restaurant has lots to offer in the beverage department as well, with a variety of concoctions, such as the Espresso Martini and the Fizzy Lifter, a signature cocktail that’s made with broken shed vodka, lemon, blueberry honey syrup, muddled strawberries, and prosecco.
Vagabond is a dining and sports restaurants that sit on the casino floor next to the sportsbook. The menu’s popular items include the Vagaburger with smoked pork belly, white cheddar, fried onions, and barbeque sauce, loco nachos with habanera salsa, carne asada, three-cheese blend, pickled jalapeno, pico de gallo, guacamole and crema, and a fried baloney sandwich topped with over-easy egg, American cheese, comeback sauce, and tater tots. There’s a selection of domestic, imported, and craft beers on tap at the bar, along with frozen drinks. You’ll also find a specialized menu focused on beer and shot pairings. Vagabond has a rustic setting with long wood tables, murals and artworks, and a patio with string lights overhead.
When you dine at La Cave, you have four distinct environments to choose from- the cellar, the front bar area, the rustic dining room, and a patio overlooking the Wynn resort pool and gardens. La Cave is a wine and food hideaway where you’ll discover chef Billy DeMarco’s exclusive menu of small-plate items that pair with artisanal draught beers and a customized wine list.
Honey Salt is a restaurant set off the strip that incorporates a sense of home throughout the entire restaurant. It’s a neighborhood restaurant that combines relaxed sophistication and classic comfort, with an excellent dining experience in addition to being a farm-to-table restaurant that offers home comforts with quality ingredients. There is an emphasis on using locally and regionally sourced ingredients in their cooking, along with a comfortable setting. Some popular dishes on the menu include Biloxi Buttermilk Chicken Sandwich, Elizabeth’s Caesar Salad, and Gramma Rosie’s Meatballs.
There are lots of great restaurants in Las Vegas, and for almost any cuisine you are in the mood for, but if you are craving a home-style American dinner, then the restaurants listed above: Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar, Searsucker, Vagabond, La Cave, and Honey Salt should definitely be on your next visit.