The most Vegas restaurants in all of Sin City

No one sits down to dinner in Las Vegas and expects to eat a nice, relaxing meal.

When in Sin City, visitors tend to want to indulge their wild side, and there are plenty of places in Vegas to do just that.

Whether you're willing to drop serious bank on a really over-the-top and lavish meal, or you need mass quantities of grub to soak up all the booze you've imbibed, or you just want to drown your sorrows in a burger after blowing it all on the slots, Vegas has a restaurant for you.

Heart Attack Grill

Where to begin with this place. The fact that their menu boasts an 8-patty "Octuple Bypass Burger"? Or maybe the fact that those who don't finish their meals get a spanking from a waitress in a nurse costume while wearing a hospital gown? Perhaps their promotion that allows anyone over 350 pounds to eat for free? This place makes no bones about just how Vegas they are: their website encourages people to "send hate mail."

Sauced

Yep, you guessed it: this food truck is all about the condiments. And, as the name suggests, it's a great place to grab a snack after a few too many adult beverages! If you're really in the Sin City spirit, sample their Great Balls o' Fire, doused in their delicious 7-0-Bleu sauce. 

Craftsteak

High rollers should head to this MGM Grand Hotel and Casino restaurant, headed up by celeb chef Tom Colicchio, and order their priciest bottle of wine-- an $18,355 bottle of Château Latour Bordeaux.

It goes great with the $295-a-person Japenese A5 Wagyu surf 'n' turf. If that particular vintage isn't to your liking, fear not; their wine list is over 50 pages long... or knock back a $350 glass of single-malt scotch instead. Either way, you're bound to leave the restaurant with a significantly lighter wallet.

Pho 87

Head off the Strip to grab a bowl of this authentic Vietnamese soup. It's a really great and tasty hangover cure, made with broth, meat, noodles and herbs to easily get some nutrients and substance back in your system.

If you've got a monster-sized hangover, then go for their Phozilla challenge-- if you can polish off the entire helping of pho (which weighs between 10-12 pounds without the bowl) in under 1,987 seconds, you can win their jackpot (which will help to ease the pain of losing big the night before, as well).

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