Presentation is key when it comes to selecting an Instagram-worthy spot to dine out. That's why we've put together a list of some of the most picturesque restaurants in Las Vegas (in no particular order):
Known for their artisan pours, Sambalatte became a viral sensation with their rainbow lattes. And they taste as good as they look - they use beans from small, sustainable farms in Brazil, and roast them locally on a weekly basis.
The restaurant chain is known for its "twisted farm food," which translates to gigantic portions. You can go for traditional American fare, or you could mix it up with mango coconut flapjacks or crab cake and chili mayo stuffed burgers.
These guys got their start on the TV show "Shark Tank," and offer giant, fully customizable cinnamon rolls. Toppings range from fuits and nuts to pretzels, cookie dough, and brownie bites. You can even mix up the frosting with flavors like coffee, marshmallow, raspberry, and banana cream.
Forte was featured on "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," and serves up Eastern European food in a space that would feel right at home in Bulgaria. The Thracian Clay Pot is an adorable dish with a bit of spice, while the Adjarski Khachapurri (boat-shaped bread with a cracked egg and pickled cheeses in the middle) is perfect hangover food.
The tiki-themed bar is known for their colorful cocktails and even more outrageous performances. Take for example Punk Rock Karaoke, which allowed audience volunteers to sing with a live punk band whose members included Darrin Pfeiffer from Goldfinger, Steve Soto from The Adolescents, Greg Hetson from Bad Religion, and Stan Lee from The Dickies.
Crunch Donut Factory has ridiculous donuts with even more ridiculous names. Take their s'mores-themed S'moregan Freeman, their red velvet Marilyn Mondough, or their Russell Kronug, which is a croissant donut topped with maple icing and chunks of bacon.