AN UNFORGETTABLE FINE DINING EXPERIENCE TOWERING FAR ABOVE THE LAS VEGAS STRIP
There are hundreds of spectacular restaurants to choose from in Las Vegas, both on and off the Strip, but one amazing dining experience truly rises above them all.
The Top of the World restaurant, perched on the 106th floor of the iconic Stratosphere Tower, sits 800-feet above Las Vegas Boulevard. Stepping off the elevator that soars through the narrows of the space-age designed tower, guests are initially greeted with a panoramic sweeping view of Las Vegas that rivals those offered only by helicopter.
The 360-degree restaurant has expansive top-to-bottom windows, with elegant tables and booths all situated to fully experience the splendor of Las Vegas as the restaurant slowly revolves, making a full revolution every 80-minutes.
The multi award-winning Top of the World restaurant offers an American menu of steaks and seafood complemented by fresh, seasonal ingredients served in an elegant and luxurious atmosphere.
It has also been awarded 2017’s Best of Las Vegas Gold Award for “Best Fine Dining,” “Best View,” “Best Power Lunch,” “Best Date Night Spot,” and “Best Romantic Spot,” as well as the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 21 consecutive years.
Whether before or after dinner, the Sky Lounge – just above on the 107th floor – offers the same open vista and rotating panoramic view of Las Vegas, with an outstanding selection of signature cocktails – such as the Godiva Chocolate Martini.
Before or after dinner and drinks, be sure to also go up just a little bit higher to the incredible open-air 360-degree observation deck on the 110th floor. There, in addition to the fresh-air view, you’ll find an unbelievable bungee jump and some scream-inducing famous thrill rides that will test even the most daring and adventuresome.
All together, the Top of the World restaurant, the Sky Lounge and the Observation Deck atop the iconic Stratosphere Tower are not to be missed.
For more information visit www.stratospherehotel.com. Photo courtesy of The Stratosphere.
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